Hi I’m Kerri Lacey – a Music Teacher who is passionate about teaching. I am a Secondary Music Teacher with over 25 years experience and my sole purpose in life is to teach.
Welcome to my home – Klerrisa Custom Music – an educational portal designed to help Music Teachers and students alike. The aim of KCM is to use music education to help others become better communicators.
Pick my Brain!!!
As I said earlier, my whole purpose in life is to teach – teach music, teach life skills, teach people to make positive choices. So why not take advantage of that? I have a number of fantastic resources available to you right now. Just click:
- KCM ACCESS AREA – membership site with full access to all 21 titles.
- Podcast – 10 Min Tips to Teach Music
- Youtube Channel
- Facebook Page
I specialise in resources that can be included into any existing program, however, most resources can be taught as entire units of work. All of my resources contain all the necessary documents and guidelines to execute the activities.
Most come with the audio recordings an/or videos to assist in the teaching process. With the intended release of the Australian Curriculum, all of the resources have been restructured to align with this program in readiness for it’s introduction into Australian Schools.
It is here that you can find classroom teaching resources on a variety of topics ranging from Music and other Cultures to Traditional musical forms.
I started this business because, like me, so many of us have to create our own resources. There is just not enough out there that we can tailor to our students. I also spend a lot of my day helping my students and other folks to make better choices in life.
Music is a fluid subject and every group of students we teach requires a completely different angle. With the advances in technology, the sky is the limit with what we can do now.
I really enjoy passing on all those tips and tricks that I have discovered over the years. We should be working together rather than reinventing the wheel. So stay connected and let’s work together to make music education rule.