Decolonizing the Music Room

is creating Music Education Research

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patrons

$68

per month
Decolonizing the Music Room aims to use research to inform educators to help develop culturally competent pedagogy. We provide background and sources, personal perspectives that center the voices of educators from marginalized groups, and suggestions for shifting instructional practices in music education to best serve our students and their experiences.

Tiers
Basic Supporter
$5 or more per month

 We received an email a few weeks ago from an educator who asked, "Is there any way that I can financially support your work? I would like to contribute!" 

We were touched by the offer, and got to thinking about the best way to make that happen. To show our thanks for contributing we decided that we would like to give our supporters a gift.

This tier is perfect for supporters of Decolonizing the Music Room who are interested in helping our work to sustain itself financially. Your support will help us to maintain our website and hosting, pay for needed image design and other media, and purchase resources and cover costs associated with continuing our research. You will have our sincerest thanks, and receive a shout out from DTMR on social media!

Premium Patrons
$10 or more per month

 

We received an email a few weeks ago from an educator who asked, "Is there any way that I can financially support your work? I would like to contribute!" 

We were touched by the offer, and got to thinking about the best way to make that happen. To show our thanks for contributing we decided that we would like to give our supporters a gift.


Premium Patrons' contributions will help DTMR sustain itself financially and will grant access to a premium monthly newsletter created by the team! This newsletter is completely extra; core DTMR information that is central to our mission and work will remain accessible to all.


The newsletter will include:


-A song or activity and arrangement for use in your classroom


-Tips for applying decolonizing practices to your teaching


-Fun facts about our team members

Decolonizing the Music Room aims to use research to inform educators to help develop culturally competent pedagogy. We provide background and sources, personal perspectives that center the voices of educators from marginalized groups, and suggestions for shifting instructional practices in music education to best serve our students and their experiences.

Recent posts by Decolonizing the Music Room

Tiers
Basic Supporter
$5 or more per month

 We received an email a few weeks ago from an educator who asked, "Is there any way that I can financially support your work? I would like to contribute!" 

We were touched by the offer, and got to thinking about the best way to make that happen. To show our thanks for contributing we decided that we would like to give our supporters a gift.

This tier is perfect for supporters of Decolonizing the Music Room who are interested in helping our work to sustain itself financially. Your support will help us to maintain our website and hosting, pay for needed image design and other media, and purchase resources and cover costs associated with continuing our research. You will have our sincerest thanks, and receive a shout out from DTMR on social media!

Premium Patrons
$10 or more per month

 

We received an email a few weeks ago from an educator who asked, "Is there any way that I can financially support your work? I would like to contribute!" 

We were touched by the offer, and got to thinking about the best way to make that happen. To show our thanks for contributing we decided that we would like to give our supporters a gift.


Premium Patrons' contributions will help DTMR sustain itself financially and will grant access to a premium monthly newsletter created by the team! This newsletter is completely extra; core DTMR information that is central to our mission and work will remain accessible to all.


The newsletter will include:


-A song or activity and arrangement for use in your classroom


-Tips for applying decolonizing practices to your teaching


-Fun facts about our team members