Episode 6: Avoiding Burnout and Other Life Hacks. Elisa Janson Jones

Are students prepared to enter the profession… with all that goes into teaching music that can’t be taught in a Music Ed Program?

“If you are there for the music, you’re in the wrong profession. It has to be student centered, or you will burn out.”

Elisa Janson Jones
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Elisa Janson Jones specializes in helping music educators build, grow, and manage thriving school music programs. With an MBA alongside her degree in music, she is also a coach and consultant to small businesses and nonprofits around the country, and serves as the conductor of her local community band. She has been teaching music for nearly 20 years and currently holds the prestigious position of elementary music teacher at a private K-8 Catholic School in Grand Junction, Colorado. Elisa has presented at state, national, and international music education conferences. She is the founder of the International Music Education Summit and the author of The Music Educator’s Guide to Thrive.

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Links:

https://nafme.org/actions-you-can-take-today-to-ensure-youll-still-love-teaching-tomorrow/

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0772QLF1G/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_hHKHCb9SQ717D

https://nafme.org/7-things-dont-teach-music-education-majors-youll-wish/

http://professionalmusiceducator.com/

http://www.elisajanson.com/

https://www.musicedsummit.org/

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