QuaverEd Blog

Thoughts on the intersection of music, technology, and creativity.

But Quaver creates comfort, consistency By Kristin Clark Taylor *** Teacher Gloria Wallman poses with her popular “Quaver Music Mobile“ *** Beethoven and Vivaldi are there. They stand at full attention, ready to help Gloria Wallman teach music to her 3-6th grade students at Lakeland Intermediate in LaGrange, Indiana. Debussy was scheduled to attend as […]

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Assignment Chat Feature is now available!

New Chat feature allows messages from anywhere in Teacher Admin Have you heard about our latest updates? Connecting with students should be simple, wherever school is. We’ve made it easier than ever to reach and teach your students—in school or at home. You may have used the Messaging feature last year. This easy-to-use feature allows […]

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Quaver’s quest to celebrate the history of Black music by Kristin Clark Taylor *** In times of uncertainty, it sure feels good when something certain and bright and beautiful emerges. Quaver’s recently-announced collaboration with the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) is that perfect “something” – a glorious, groundbreaking digital partnership that celebrates the […]

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Top tools and tips from Quaver to meet your Students wherever they are! Welcome back to school! We hope you had a great and relaxing summer. The start of the new school year looks different than years past. Are you teaching online? Teaching from a cart for the first time ever? Or maybe you are […]

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QuaverEd Marketing Analyst and former music teacher Catie Dwinal sends along this generous gift to all our blog readers: a free iBook FULL of Web Quests to use at QuaverMusic.com! Catie is our resident web quest expert. Now, you can find 26 of her favorite Quaver web quests, including some brand new ones, all in […]

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Music Centers are a wonderful way to put learning into the hands of your students whether they are in the classroom or at home with distance learning. Giving them the tools they need during lesson instruction empowers them to become music-makers on their own. Centers can also allow students to experience music from a variety […]

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