#VoicePed Guest Spots
Because people know I love talking about #voiceped so they ask me to do that on the regular.
Meredith Colby and Shannon Coates talking about how learning works and how to make it work well.
Using play, exploration, and improvisation to build confidence and independent singing skills in children and adolescents … and maybe even in adult singers, too.
In Episode 151, Jessica Baldwin returns to discuss the 5 Most Surprising Things About Popular Music for teachers new to the genre. Shannon Coates challenges us to rethink our approach with the students who are not practicing.
In episode 149, Nikki talks with Full Voice Music team member Mim Adams about foundational rhythm activities for singers of all ages. Then, Dr. Shannon Coates challenges teachers to redefine what successful practicing can look like for students.
FVPC #148 Partner Lessons, Debunking Myths in Voice Ped, NATS Opportunities, The Voice Culture Podcast
In episode #148, Nikki talks about partner lessons both in-person and online. Shannon Coates is helping us debunk some of the long-standing myths in vocal pedagogy. Executive director of NATS, Allen Henderson outlines the upcoming opportunities within the NATS organization. Nikki shares a clip from her conversation with Brian Lee and Justin Petersen of The Voice Culture Podcast.
Shannon Coates is not only a brilliant educator, she is also down-to-earth, funny, and delivers high-level concepts with easy-to-understand language. In this episode, John and Shannon discuss practical voice pedagogy and how knowledge can help singers flourish.
21 May, 2021: The fifth season of the FULL VOICE Podcast comes to a close with Michelle Markwart Deveaux talking about Clifton Strengths. Shannon Coates discusses the Curse of Knowledge, Karen Michaels talks about the business applications of Pinterest, and Nikki shares insight and remedies for post recital regrets.
As a voice teacher, you probably spent four years or more and thousands of dollars on a western-classical degree that was supposed to prepare you to “sing anything,” but as soon as you started teaching voice lessons, you realized the things you learned weren’t helping your popular music style students get the results either of you wanted. Dr. Shannon Coates of the VoicePed UnDegree and The Vocal Instrument 101 sharessome of the things you probably didn’t learn in your classical degree that help you serve your popular music style students.
We all live super busy lives and as a result, we are all searching for efficient ways to make our lives more streamlined. This week we welcome Dr Shannon Coates (www.shannon-coates.com) to the show to discuss ways to develop disciplines that will benefit our vocal health without eating into our precious time.
Our special guest this week is Dr. Shannon Coates. We discuss how private voice studios can better serve Neurodivergent students and have a fully accessible studio. Dr. Coates is a “teachers teacher” and has a coaching business working with the independent voice studio teacher.
In episode 141, Nikki shares teaching activities that build harmony singing skills. Shannon Coates is helping teachers understand the term messy learning and what progress can look like in voice lessons. Takenya Battle shares digital libraries for voice teachers. Heather Nelson talks about the epiglottis.