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Home - TeachRock - 0 views

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    TeachRock is an online educational resource presented by Steven Van Zandt's Rock and Roll Forever Foundation and offered free-of-charge to educators and individuals everywhere. Interdisciplinary in nature, TeachRock is geared toward middle and high school students but includes resources for learning at all levels.
lucymos

Being musical. Being human. | Exploring the processes of music making and the path to m... - 0 views

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    Interesting blog about the process of music making and the path to musicality
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    Exploring the processes of music making and the path to musicality.
lucymos

Live... In Concert | Psychology Today - 0 views

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    Blog by Robert H. Woody, professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he teaches classes in music education and music psychology. This blog contains articles and posts (all research-based) regarding music psychology.
lucymos

ClassDojo - 0 views

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    ClassDojo is a classroom management website that allows the teacher to create a profile for each student to give them positive and negative feedback on behavior. Parents can log in at any time to see how their students are doing in class!
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    Excellent tool to use, especially when classroom teachers are already using it. It is like a FaceBook page for your class. You can easily message parents, post videos and updates, and keep track of behavior (positive and negative).
mikesulecki

Teaching Resources & Lesson Plans | Teachers Pay Teachers - 0 views

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    An online marketplace for teachers to buy and sell classroom resources. I have found many free and low cost worksheets, visuals and even lesson plans online. Resources include worksheets for pitch, rhythm, composers, specific songs, like the Star Spangled Banner and so much more. A valuable resource for a teacher who does not want to "recreate the wheel" OR who is creative and likes to "recreate the wheel" and earn a little cash doing it!
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    Why re-invent the wheel when someone has already created the resource you need? TeachersPayTeachers is that resource for everything from classroom decor to lesson manipulatives and presentations.
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    This is a great resource for any educators. Teachers pay teachers is an online website where teacher share and sell their creative ideas for other teachers to use in their classrooms. You can purchase materials, lessons plans, assessments, and pretty much anything for a lesson plan you are using, or in need of. You are also able to upload and sell your creative ideas to collaborate with your colleagues. This is a useful tool if you find yourself in a jam for a lesson or in need of supplemental materials.
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    Teachers Pay Teachers is a resource for a wide variety of teacher-created lesson plans. Teacher-authors can share their lesson plans and resources via digital download, and receive payment in return. The search function allows teachers to find materials related to a particular subject and view the ratings from other users. Music teachers need to use careful keywords and search tactics to weed out lessons aimed at incorporating songs in the general classroom, but there are many great music education plans about music elements, instruments, guided listening, etc., as well as rubrics and visual aids.
djrazzledazzle

SchoolTube - 0 views

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    A Youtube channel for teachers and students.
gnprince

All Ears - 0 views

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    Jazz ear training and warm up ideas
lucymos

Practice Tips - 0 views

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    Practice tips! Intended for violinists, but applicable to any musician or music student.
gnprince

Amazing Slow Downer for Mac - Download - 0 views

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    Slow down music (and keep pitch) for play along or transcription. Loop sections.
lucymos

Band/Orchestra Seating Chart - 0 views

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    EXCELLENT tool for creating seating charts and band/orchestra large group set-ups. You can label stands and chairs. Very user friendly!
emhage

Attendance2 - Dave256 Apps - 0 views

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    QR scan for attendance
lucymos

StringSkills.com - 0 views

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    This site includes scale sheets, rhythm charts and bowing examples for orchestra students and teachers.  I have used this site with my school students and private students.
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    Useful and mostly free teaching materials and other resources for:

    school orchestra directors, private studio teachers, future string teachers and college methods classes, string players of all ages for self-study.
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    The finger patterns have really helped my students play in tune in a variety of keys.
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    Gabriel Villasurda offers a number of free resources for string education. His finger patterns are invaluable for improving intonation in a variety of keys.
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    StringSkills.com is a place for teachers to be able to look up different finger patterns for all four instruments. There are sheets for shifting to help the student to become fluent and relaxed while shifting and playing in different positions. There are also rhythm, one to two octave scales and sight reading. Each of these have a free download of work sheets that teacher and students can access online to work on in class or practice at home.
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    StringSkills.com is a place for teachers to be able to look up different finger patterns for all four instruments. There are sheets for shifting to help the student to become fluent and relaxed while shifting and playing in different positions. There are also rhythm, one to two octave scales and sight reading. Each of these have a free download of work sheets that teacher and students can access online to work on in class or practice at home.
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    This site provides several pieces that focus on certain musical performance skills. The resources are in the form of downloadable sheetmusic. This is a great site for honing in on one specific skill being taght at a time. Most teachers use method books in lesson, which are of course very beneficial but may not put enough emphasis on a specific musical concept. This site has music in several categoires including finger patterns, shifting, and rhythm to name a few. Some of the categories have downloadable curricula as well, making it a great guide for novice teacher or even experienced teachers looking for new materials to work with.
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    StringSkills.com is an excellent free resource for string teaching materials. Compiled by Gabriel Villasurda, this site contains fingering charts/suggestions, rhythmic practices (and crazy tunes to help reinforce the learning) as well as bowing techniques, scales and shifting. There are even challenge pieces to be played on one string. Definitely worthwhile for string teachers.
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    This website has free, downloadable exercises that address many string techniques. There are exercises for bowings, finger patterns, scales of varying difficulties, shifting, rhythm, and key signatures. This could be a great resource to push students from a beginner/intermediate level to being able to play advanced repertoire that involve complex rhythms, articulations and key areas. I would like to use this for upper middle school students to prepare them for high school instrumental programs. 
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    This site contains a variety of teaching materials for violin, viola, cello, and bass. Topics include finger patterns, scales, shifting, bowings, and rhythm.
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    This website is a resource full of exercises and sheet music for string instruments. There are scales, shifting exercise, and simple songs for students to download and play. There are also piano accompaniments for students to play along with for many of the pieces.
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    This website is a resource full of exercises and sheet music for string instruments. There are scales, shifting exercise, and simple songs for students to download and play. There are also piano accompaniments for students to play along with for many of the pieces.
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    Great resource for string teachers! Includes free sheet music to teach specific skills.
djrazzledazzle

SmartMusic | Music Learning Software for Educators & Students - 0 views

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    SmartMusic has interactive, web-based editions of many popular instrumental, band, chorus, and orchestra method books, as well as a massive collection of sheet music. Students can listen, loop, record and submit pieces they are working on. A neat feature of SmartMusic is that students can click on a single note and hear how it is supposed to sound, and how to finger that note on their instrument. Students can adjust tempo, play with a metronome, use a tuner to check pitch, and more. A paid subscription allows teachers to create online classrooms for assigning and assessing work, and have access to the entire SmartMusic catalog.
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    This is a program that can assist in students practice. For a price you can pull up, record, and have your performance assessed on one platform. Teachers can track progress as well.
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    A great tool for using technology in the classroom.
lucymos

About the Suzuki Method | Suzuki Association of the Americas - 0 views

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    Website for the Suzuki Association of the Americas. Describes Suzuki's philosophy and ways that public and private teachers can implement these methods.
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