QuaverEd Blog

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

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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We know the last year has not looked like any of us have imagined. We also know that heading back to school looks a little different this year. So before you head back, we have some good news to share. QuaverEd is excited to announce major new functionality and great new resources—just in time for […]

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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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These past few months have presented a new challenge for many teachers: how can I connect with my students at home? One of the ways that teachers can continue to make important connections with students is through video. You don’t need to go to film school to make engaging, quality videos that reach and teach […]

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June is Black Music Month! We’re using this month to highlight amazing Black artists.  These songwriters, animators, producers and more have contributed to popular Quaver songs. We hope their stories will inspire you and your students!  Today, we’re excited to sit down with Emoni Wilkins. Talents: Artist, performer Fun Fact: Appeared on the television reality […]

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June is Black Music Month! We’re using this month to highlight amazing Black artists.  These songwriters, animators, producers and more have contributed to well-known Quaver songs. We hope their stories will inspire you and your students!  Last week, we featured Jayna Gross, who wrote songs such as “The World We See.” Jayna shared about her […]

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