I've been fortunate to teach students at Wheeler Middle and High School in North Stonington, CT since 2007. For the 2018-2019 school year, I was the Teacher-in-Residence at the Library of Congress. Visit the Primary Sources section of my website for resources, teaching ideas, and more. In the 2019-2020 school year, I'm serving the Connecticut education community as the advocacy chairperson for the Connecticut Association for Music Education, and a faculty member for the Connecticut Department of Education Office of Higher Education's Alternate Route to Certification.
Link to the Library of Congress: What Is an Ensemble? A Survey of the Chicago Ethnic Arts Project. Music Educators Journal, 105(3), 12–16. https://doi.org/10.1177/0027432119826521
Teaching with the Library of Congress blog posts
Connecticut Music Educators Association CMEA News
Teaching Music Magazine Interview, January 2019
Guest on the Folklife Today podcast: "Is 'Ring Around the Rosie' About the Plague?" A Look at Children's Songs. July 29, 2019
Exploring Social Justice Through the Arts: WPA Posters Password: Library123!
Exploring Social Justice Through the Arts: This Little Light of Mine Password: Library123!
Exploring Social Justice Through the Arts: The 12-Bar Blues Password: Library123!
Sing and Move Story Time: Explore historic children's music through singing and moving! Free and open to the public of all ages in the Library of Congress Young Readers Center.
Exploring Choral Repertoire with the Library of Congress: Presented at the 2019 CMEA In-Service Conference.
Sing and Move with the Library of Congress: Presented at the 2019 CMEA In-Service Conference and in an all-day workshop at the Library of Congress
Exploring Primary Sources with the Library of Congress: CMEA 2018 Election Day Workshop
Singing and Moving with Primary Sources: in collaboration with Dr. Jenny L. Neff, 2019 NAfME National Conference
Other workshops and presentations provided for Fulton County, GA public schools; District of Columbia Public Schools; Northern Virginia Educators.