Welcome! We are thrilled to join the Wisconsin Music Educators Association (WMEA) in presenting its 2020 virtual convention.
Wisconsin's approximately 855,000 K-12 students are lucky to have access to music programs led by dedicated band, choral and orchestra directors like you. We applaud how you embrace the traits of your state animal, the badger — independence, persistance and confidence — as you map out innovative ways to engage and educate your students. Thank you!
Yamaha is an active advocate for music education. We want to empower music educators and help you strengthen your programs in any way we can. Join the Yamaha Educator newsletter for access to advocacy, professional development, instruments, resources, partnerships in education and more.
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Professional Development Resources
Through the Yamaha Educator Suite blog site and SupportED magazine, Yamaha reaches thousands of educators with professional development tips, advice and resources. Here is a sampling of our top professional development articles:
- Stay Connected During Online Instruction
- The ABCs of Classroom Management
- Funding Resource Roundup
- Resources for Online Teaching
- Tips to Manage Workload and Find Work-Life Balance
- Quick Start Guide to Dorico
- Avoid Burnout
- Positive Mental Health Strategies
- Find a Mentor
- Navigating Moral and Legal Obligations
- 6 Ways to Overcome Overwhelm
- Why Everyone Needs to Practice Self-Regulation!
- The Yamaha Master Educator Program: Learn from Distinguished Teacher
WMEA Product Showcases
Baritone Saxophone: The Bari Your Ensemble Needs
Yamaha Concert Chimes
Harmony Director (HD200): The All-In-One Rehearsal Tool
The Silent Brass: Practice Anytime, Anywhere
Silent Bass (SLB300): Electric Upright Bass Reinvented
New Yamaha Vibraphone (YV-2030MS)
YVN Model 3 Violin: The Most Innovative Student Violin