New ME Bloggers added, Midway Through March 2008

We’re almost through the month of March and I thought I would post the list of new ME Bloggers that have joined our campaign since the completed February listwas published.  We’ve been in a little bit of a lull with the campaign and we need your help to continue to spread the word about our very IMPORTANT campaign to get the word out about our discipline and profession though blogging.

To help in that regard, I’ve recently created a PDF of a Call For Music Education Bloggers.   Please post, re-post, send out newsletters, e-mails, etc. anyway possible.  If you have an MEA site, please post there as well (Speaking of, I will post this on the MENC technology boards soon!). 

This is a busy time of the year for us as directors, getting ready for concerts, Spring fever is in the air, and the students are antsy, wanting to be outside.  If you can find some time, don’t forget to comment or post on one of our ME blogger’s sites, there has been a lot of great information generated from our loosely affiliated group of EXPERT bloggers lately.  

Please welcome the latest ME bloggers:

31. Geejay Arrioloa and Jeffrey Langlois -Music Anthology
http://musicanthology.org  

32. Michael Compton -Southern Iowa Music Education Network
http://southiowamusiced.blogspot.com/

33. Jonathan Filbert -Sound On ~Music and Music Education
http://jonathanfilbert.com/blog/

34. Eric Wright- QACHS’s Band Blog
http://qachsband.edublogs.org/

35. Alison Hulihan- Marching Music
http://alleyjazz13.wordpress.com/

If you’re on the fence about joining the ME bloggers -don’t be.  Join today!  Tell your friends!  Tell your students!  Tell your MOM, DAD and/or FAMILY!  Spread the word about you and the ME BLOGGERS virally!

New ME bloggers, don’t forget to get your ME graphics, you can also find the latest updated information about our campaign at our static page, 100 ME Bloggers. 

 STAY TUNED FOR AN UPDATE OPML FILE OF THE ME BLOGGERS AND A NEW WAY TO VIEW ALL OF OUR FEEDS!

Joseph M. Pisano, Ph.D. is the creator of many education websites, a lecturer, clinician, trumpeter, and conductor. He is currently the Associate Chair of Music and Director of Bands in the Calderwood School of Arts at Grove City College in PA. He been named a TI:ME Teacher of the Year, received the JEN Jazz Educator Award and the PA Citation of Excellence. He is a past Vice President of the Technology Institute for Music Educators and the current Vice-President of the PA Intercollegiate Bandmasters Association. He also writes for DCI Magazine, Teaching Music Magazine, and is the Educational Editor for In-Tune Monthly Magazine; he has contributed hundreds of articles to various publications. Find out more at his website jpisano.com.
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  • Thank you very much for letting us in! We are happy to be part of this enriching community.

    Take care, everyone!

    —Geejay Arriola and Jeffrey Langlois

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  • Hey Joe,

    Looks like your list is growing every day.
    I have 12 more new blogs for you if you are interested. As a part of my Int./Adv/ Tech class at Teachers College, Columbia University, I have 12 of my graduate students who have started blogs. A list of these blogs can be found at: http://ahm5029.musiced.net. If you add them to the list, I will tell my students that they are a part of the campaign and that they should continue blogging after the semester is over.
    Let me know what you think!

    Jim

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  • Hi Joe,

    So the list is up to 35 now and we are only 3 months into the year. Like I said back in January in Grand Rapids… the list will exceed 100!

    Blessings,

    Keith Mason
    Music Tech for ME

  • Geejay and Jeffrey, WELCOME! and thanks for your support!

    Keith,

    You have always been a good friend and optimist! We need to get together sometime soon and chat!

    Thank you to all who are actively working in and for this very IMPORTANT campaign! Please continue to spread the word!