Like many Microsoft products, Bookings is complicated, but I’ve worked out a step-by-step guide for other professors to follow.
DON’T play a recording over external speakers, which the microphone will then pick up and put back into your video—this will distort the audio significantly.
I started using scheduling software to avoid a lot of the back-and-forth of scheduling.
We are dedicating an entire course to pop and jazz music, thoroughly integrating theory and performance, and de-sequencing the curriculum.
My ’18-’19 goals: Making course journals, optimizing student meetings, and starting a singing club!
I’m going to write and work on my courses, but I’m going to prioritize relaxing also.
Three life lessons I’ve learned in my first year in a tenure-track job.
Why are students more willing to vent to their drop-in tutor than to ask their profs for help?
One of my longest-standing research interests is in ear training pedagogy. Conventional wisdom says that the point of ear training class is not to train students’ ears in the classroom, exactly—everyone realizes that the majority of work must be done outside of class (though it’s hard to convince students that this is a good use of… Continue reading Ear Training fantasies