Another amazing year at the National AOSA Professional Development Conference! If you have never been able to attend, you should make a plan to join us next year in Cincinnati. The experience is sure to impact your teaching practice! … Continue reading →
This 2-minute video offers a brief look at the journey of discovery that children experience making music and movement the Orff-Schulwerk way. Be sure to watch the video of an Orff class in action for a more detailed explanation of … Continue reading →
Welcome to The Anthem Project An online resource for teachers based on the independent documentary Anthem. via Anthem: The Story of The Star-Spangled Banner. … Continue reading →
Overview See and Hear American History Through Song “Know the songs of a country and you will know its history for the true feeling of a people speaks through what they sing.” – Preface to The Songs of Henry Clay … Continue reading →
On September 14, 1814, U.S. soldiers at Baltimore’s Fort McHenry raised a huge American flag to celebrate a crucial victory over British forces during the War of 1812. The sight of those “broad stripes and bright stars” inspired Francis Scott … Continue reading →
1 National Association for Music Education on Pinterest. … Continue reading →
This is a great resource which enables you to view books on-line. I used the Keyword “music” and a total of 31 books were found. Open an account, it’s free. via ICDL – International Children’s Digital Library. Our Mission:The ICDL … Continue reading →
This is an excellent resource. Smithsonian Folkways – The nonprofit record label of the Smithsonian Institution.
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This list is from Open Culture, the best free cultural & educational media on the web and excerpted from their: 200 Free Kids Educational Resources: Video Lessons, Apps, Books, Websites & More A Child’s Introduction to Jazz: In 1961, Julian … Continue reading →