QuaverEd Blog

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

Image of the QuaverSEL activity What is Worry- students learn about worry

QuaverSEL resources offer students helpful strategies for managing worry This year, students may be experiencing intense feelings of worry for the first time.  From unstable school environments to distressing current events, it is more necessary than ever for students to understand how to cope with these distressing emotions. Let’s dive in to three QuaverSEL resources […]

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Image of the QuaverSEL song "Don't Let the Thoughts Build Up"

QuaverSEL resources highlight positive self-talk and the power that the words we think and speak to ourselves hold! Now more than ever, students may be experiencing a lot of new feelings and possibly even some negative thoughts.  They might hear about distressing current events, experience disappointment when missing out on fun activities, or may feel […]

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Quaver SEL tools allow teachers to manage their classes, and reach and teach their students Quaver SEL has introduced several new tools to keep you connected with students. Today, we’re going to dive into just a few ways that you can support social and emotional learning and foster real connection with your students — no […]

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Image of the QuaverSEL Lesson "What sources can we trust? What sources might give incorrect information?"

QuaverSEL lesson focuses on evaluation skills and helps students determine reliable resources For the first time ever, many students are finding themselves learning entirely online. Though the Internet has many incredible benefits and can be an amazing learning tool, it also opens up a world of misinformation and unreliable resources.  Outside of school, students may […]

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Image of QuaverSEL Lesson, “Improving My School Work,”

New QuaverSEL lesson boosts academic achievement and encourages improvement After a fun summer, it can be hard for students (and teachers!) to get back into the swing of things. This year, students may be struggling to adjust to a new school environment. That doesn’t mean that good study habits have to take a back seat! […]

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As a new school year begins, it’s normal to experience feelings of insecurity or anxiety. One way we can manage these feelings is by speaking kindly to ourselves. We’re excited to feature some tips from QuaverEd Curriculum Specialist Ashley Perry. Today, Ashley shows us the power of self-affirmation. *** Self-Affirmations are an essential component of […]

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