Join the campaign for 100 music education bloggers!

Dr. Joe Pisano over at MusTech.net and I have begun a campaign to have 100 music education bloggers by 2009- come join the conversation and help further the cause of music education globally!

If you didn’t know you can start your very own blog completely FREE. You can go to www.blogger.com (which is run by google) or www.wordpress.com and you can set your own blog up on their sites with no cost at all.

Music Education Blogs Campaign

Here is the list so far that Joseph has compiled – there are some great blogs in here full of really interesting and relvant information – so check them out!

  1. http://www.mustech.net
    Dr. Joseph M. Pisano- MusTech.net
  2. https://digitalmusiceducator.wordpress.com
    Owen Bradley -The Digital Music Educator
  3. http://etobiasblog.musiced.net
    Evan Tobias- Catalysts & Connections
  4. http://musiced.about.com/
    Espie Estrella -About Music Education
  5. http://jamesfrankel.musiced.net/
    Dr. James Frankel-  Music Technology in Education
  6. http://weblog.siba.fi/msalavuo
    Dr. Miikka Salavuo-  Music Education, Technology & Social Media
  7. http://pwhitfield.edublogs.org
    Pete Whitfield-  e-Learning for Music
  8. http://www.musicedmagic.com
    Chad Criswell- Music Ed. Magic
  9. http://81.179.47.224/jon/
    Dr. Jonathan Savage- Jonathan Savage
  10. http://musictechforme.com/
    V. Keith Mason- Music Tech. for Me.
  11. http://tjweller.wordpress.com
    Travis J. Weller- Composing Like Mad
  12. http://mystro2b.edublogs.org/
    Ken Pendergrass- Music is Not for Insects
  13. http://www.soyouwanttoteach.com/
    Joel- So You Want to Teach
  14. http://stengel99.wordpress.com/
    Steve Engel- Music Ed. Lounge
  15. http://fsharpbflat.wordpress.com/
    Linda Granite- Bb, F#
  16. http://doublebassblog.org
    Jason Heath- Double Bass Blog
  17. http://musicisfree.ning.com/
    Robert Brannan- The Music is Free
  18. http://dvzmix.wordpress.com/
    Deborah Valdivia-Zwolinski- DVZ’s Mix
  19. http://choirteachers.blogspot.com/
    Kyle Gardner- Choir Teachers
  20. http://www.pauldraper.org
    Paul Draper- Draper’s Blogspot
  21. http://johnwilborn.wordpress.com
    John Wilborn- John Wilborn’s Weblog
  22. http://iknowithink.blogspot.com
    Leo Park- I Know…I Think
  23. http://gluedtothestring.blogspot.com
    Stan Haskins- Glued to the String
  24. http://edgroves.wordpress.com
    Edgar Groves- Edgar Groves’ Weblog
  25. http://musicedtech.wordpress.com
    Barbara Freedman- Music Ed. Tech.
  26. http://tomrudolph.berkleemusicblogs.com
    Dr. Tom Rudolph-  Make the Most of Notation Software
  27. http://wirechoir.dlewisweb.com
    Dale Lewis- Teaching the “Wire Choir”
  28. http://docandry.edublogs.org
    Dr. Kevin Andry-Dr. Andry’s Band Blog
  29. http://sperham.wordpress.com
    Steffany Perham- Perham’s Prattlings
  30. http://alexruthmann.com
    Alex Ruthmann- Alex Ruthmann’s Blog
  31. http://www.beatechie.edublogs.org
    Carol Broos- Be A Techie:)
  32. http://musicanthology.org
    Geejay Arrioloa and Jeffrey Langlois -Music Anthology
  33. http://southiowamusiced.blogspot.com/
    Michael Compton -Southern Iowa Music Education Network
  34. http://qachsband.edublogs.org/
    Eric Wright- QACHS’s Band Blog
  35. http://jonathanfilbert.com/blog/
    Jonathan Filbert -Sound On ~Music and Music Education
  36. http://alleyjazz13.wordpress.com/
    Alison Hulihan- Marching Music
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4 Responses to Join the campaign for 100 music education bloggers!

  1. Jason Heath says:

    Thanks for the link to doublebassblog.org! Good to meet another music educatio in the blogosphere–I just added your feed to my Google Reader.

  2. tjweller says:

    Hey Owen!

    Congratulations on the feature article is SBO! What a surprise and a great article! Your work to meet students were they are, help them expand their views and experience creating music, and helping them to develop a meaningful connection with music is really inspiring. Thanks for being a leader, educator, and musician in our field that is making our profession stronger! Best of luck to you throughout the rest of the school year!

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