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In light of COVID-19, we continue to be impressed by the determination and passion that Quaver teachers have when taking on this new distance teaching challenge. Maybe you’ve tuned into a distance teaching webinar or shared ideas on our QuaverMusic Teachers Facebook group… no matter what you’ve done in this truly unprecedented time, we want you to know […]

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In light of COVID-19, we continue to be impressed by the determination and passion that Quaver teachers have when taking on this new distance teaching challenge. Maybe you’ve tuned into a distance teaching webinar or shared ideas on our QuaverMusic Teachers Facebook group… no matter what you’ve done in this truly unprecedented time, we want you to know […]

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Thousands of Music Teachers Learn About Distance Teaching through Quaver Webinars As schools across the country remain closed, many teachers are facing the prospect of teaching students from a distance for the first time. Even teachers comfortable with technology may not have made the jump to delivering lessons entirely online. Now, teachers across the country […]

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A Tale of Two Teachers by Kristin Clark Taylor Julie Pettit in her “home classroom” “Servanthood.” That’s the word Julie Pettit uses to describe all that Quaver is showering over its teachers during this COVID-19 crisis: A sense of service and servanthood. “From the very beginning,” Pettit says, “even before COVID-19 changed the way we live […]

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How One Quaver Teacher is Bringing Distance Teaching to Life by Kristin Clark Taylor “We Made it Work.” Yep, these words ring true in every sense of the word: Jim Meske, a music coordinator for Mannheim District 83 in Illinois and a K-5 general music teacher at Westdale School, knew something had to be done – and […]

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Access Quaver resources from home! In light of the recent news surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), your school may be preparing contingency plans and may be looking at an e-learning situation. We want to ensure that you are well-prepared for a smooth transition and are equipped with the teaching resources you need to continue enriching lives through music […]

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