Mar 04 2011
Announcing the April 2011 edition of the Music Education Blog Carnival!
Music Is Not for Insects is proud to be hosting the April 2011 Music Education Blog Carnival. Now is the time to submit your articles for April. Remember that brilliant blog post you wrote? Submit it to the April Carnival! Have you read a great blog post by someone else that deserves to be shared? Let them know about the Music Education Blog Carnival. I guarantee it will be the best and least painful professional development you’ll participate in this year.
Who came up with this great idea?
The new Music Education Blog Carnival was created and is maintained by Dr. Joseph Pisano of in order to promote the great works being done by Music Education Bloggers across the Internet. The carnival seeks to provide a free online avenue to provide useful Music Education materials and information to the, ever-increasing, Internet community.
The Music Education Blog Carnival is published during the 1st week of every month and is a recognized member of the communities of blogs as indexed by All writings to the Music Education Blog Carnival are examined to ensure that they are valid, interesting, and related to our discussion topic(s). All writings submitted to the Music Education Blog Carnival are examined to ensure that they are valid, interesting, and related to the topic of Music education.
What is a Blog Carnival?
A Blog Carnival is way to extend and/or create a community of bloggers (and readers) that havegreat things to say about a particular topic… in our case, Music Education. A Blog Carnival functions as a mini-magazine or an online journal that is focused around a particular topic and is created by experts in the online community that submit their entries for inclusion. All entries are reviewed, each month, by the host to make sure that they are well-written, timely, topic-related, and of interest to the Blog Carnival’s readership.
Can I participate in this Carnival?
Anyone that has an online article or post, new or old, that has something positive to contribute to the topic of Music Education. Again, anyone may submit topic-related articles to the carnival; however, not all submissions may be included in the monthly edition.
How do I submit my article/blog post?
The online process is actually very easy. The Blog Carnival is being organized by http://blogcarnival.com and you can find the direct Music Education Submittal Page by following this link, http://blogcarnival.com/bc/submit_4443.html
When can I submit?
Anytime, but before April 1st to be considered for the April Blog Carnival Edition. Just head to the Music Education Submittal page.
I look forward to reading your submissions.