Whiteboard Music Lessons Module Two Released

It’s finally here!! After months of writing, editing and revising, Module two of our Whiteboard Music Lessons - “Music Jam” series is now available for everyone to use. This level is much more comprehensive and detailed that we ever imagined it would be. The whole module contains over 280 interactive whiteboard slides broken down into

2012-04-03T07:58:54+00:00By |0 Comments

Introducing Percussion to Primary School Children

The value of movement in connection with learning is unparalleled in our elementary and primary classrooms. In cultures around the world, exploration through percussion is a natural way of connecting children to the group and developing their motor responses. Movement through music, furthermore, helps stimulate the brain and integrate the right and left hemispheres After

2012-01-18T05:06:54+00:00By |2 Comments

The Secrets to Creating a Successful Music Theory Curriculum

“Research shows a positive connection between teachers’ preparation in their subject matter and their performance and impact in the classroom” . I read this recently in a US study about teacher preparation research(1) and I’m sure that it’s no surprise to any of us that the more prepared a teacher is in their specific subject

2012-01-16T11:34:05+00:00By |0 Comments

Keeping Students Engaged in Music Lessons

I've just found  a very nice  article written by a talented K-8 music teacher, Monica Attel who shares some of here her best tips and tricks with teaching young children. In the article, she suggests that wearing hats works for her, because it's a way of providing a gimmick or a comic theme (referred to

2011-06-18T12:30:10+00:00By |2 Comments
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