QuaverEd Blog

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

June is Black Music Month! We’re using this great opportunity to celebrate some of the incredible Black artists that have contributed to well-known Quaver resources. This month, we’ll feature interviews with songwriters, animators, producers and more! We hope their stories will inspire you and your students!  Today, we’re excited to sit down with Jayna Gross. […]

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You made it! You’ve either made it to the end of the school year or you’re crossing the finish line. We know this year was not an easy one, but we hope you were still able to make music with your students and have fun along the way. We couldn’t let the year end without […]

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We recently made some exciting distance teaching upgrades! We’ve made it easier than ever to distribute assignments to your students—in and out of the classroom. You can now send an assignment to as many classes as you’d like. Simply check additional classes, or select “All Classes” from the Class drop down in Assignment Details.  How to Distribute […]

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At QuaverEd, we believe strongly in the power of music to transform lives. In light of emerging research, we have taken the time to reevaluate our song collection with best practices for teaching and nurturing children in mind. We are excited to implement changes in our song collection as we present new curricular resources starting […]

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As this unusual school year comes to a close for many teachers, we have some exciting updates to announce. Our hope is that these changes (many suggested by you!) will support you both now and as you plan for the future. Thank you for allowing us to help you engage your students learning at home! […]

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Mission Accomplished, Thanks to QuaverMusic by Kristin Clark Taylor Dallas music teacher Elizabeth Ottmann, in her at-home teaching space, with daughter Ava, 6, and son Titus, 9. Photo Credit: Elizabeth Ottmann This is a tale. A tale of two cities. This is a tale of two cities with a single mission: To reach and teach […]

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