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Meaningful Learning: Using Music Tech to Save Time for Making Music

Meaningful Learning Using Music Tech to Save Time for Making Music By David Newman, sponsored by NAfME Corporate Member uTheory In this post, educator David Newman shares ways teaching technologies have enabled him to focus on what matters most in the classroom. Community, musicianship, unspoken communication, emotion, joy, and a sense of the intangible beauty of music. These are the things that drew me to music as a student, and these are the things I hope to help my students discover themselves. They are also things that can’t easily be…

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Soundtrap Is Here to Support You 

Soundtrap Is Here to Support You  Jingle-Makers, Songwriting Workshops, and More By Serena Robinett, sponsored by NAfME Corporate Member Soundtrap When you are using an education technology product, it can be challenging to get the support and training you need. Finding resources that support all your students within your lesson is difficult, especially when there is so much content available on the internet! Why not streamline things a bit? By using Soundtrap, you’ll have access to the Soundtrap EDU portal with lesson plans, 200+ teacher snapshot ideas for ALL subjects, user stories,…

$8.5 Million for Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion; Social-Emotional Learning; Leadership in Arts Education to Promote Student Arts Achievement

For Immediate ReleaseContact: Catherina Hurlburtcatherinah@nafme.org or (571) 323-3395 $8.5 Million for Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion; Social-Emotional Learning; Leadership in Arts Education to Promote Student Arts Achievement RESTON, VA (October 7, 2021)—Arts education across the nation could become even more integral to student and school success as well as more inclusive of diverse student experiences and cultures over the next five years as a result of a groundbreaking partnership between arts education organizations led by the National Art Education Association (NAEA), a national non-profit for visual arts, design, and media arts…

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