Scott Edgar: Social Emotional Learning in the Music Room | S01E13



 

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is something on the lips of many educators. For those who aren’t yet familiar with it, Dr. Scott Edgar, author of Music Education and Social Emotional Learning: the Heart of Teaching, joins Missy to talk about what SEL is and why it has found such a natural home in music education.

Dr. Scott N. Edgar is Associate Professor of Music, Music Education Chair, and Director of Bands atLake Forest College. He received his Doctorate of Philosophy in Music Education from the University of Michigan, his Masters degree in Education from the University of Dayton, and his Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree from Bowling Green State University. Prior to his work in higher education he taught K-12 music in Ohio and Michigan. Dr. Edgar is the author of Music Education and Social Emotional Learning: The Heart of Teaching Music and is an internationally sought-after clinician on the topic. Dr. Edgar serves as Director of Practice and Research for The Center for Arts Education and Social Emotional Learning. In addition to clinics, he also teaches graduate courses on Musical Social Emotional Learning at VanderCook College of Music. Dr. Edgar is a Music for All Educational Consultant, a Conn-Selmer Educational Clinician, and VH1 Save the Music Foundation Educational Consultant. He enjoys grilling, exercising, and spending time with his wife Steph, their son Nathan, and their cats Elsa and Wolfie.

 

New book (and a link for the free download of Darlene Machacon’s chapter): https://giamusic.com/store/mesel


2 thoughts on “Scott Edgar: Social Emotional Learning in the Music Room | S01E13

  1. This podcast helped me by introducing how social emotional learning can benefit me and mu students in a music setting. Thank you.

  2. This was a great episode. I didn’t really know where to start with SEL but now I have a plan to get his books and get started.

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