• by Heather Fortune

    (44 pages) This is an eBook for digital download.  This book will empower you to create student-centered programs, utilize powerful tech tools, and build community through music. Drawing for decades of experience, Heather Fortune provides inspiration to question and re-imagine school instrumental programs.
  • by Matthew Clauhs

    This is an eBook for digital download. This e-book presents a variety of exploration, improvisation, and composition activities that foster creativity in young band students, and serves as a supplement to a traditional band method book. This interactive resource includes video examples, play-along accompaniments, lesson plans, and customizable worksheets, all designed to work with any instrumentation in small group and large group band settings
  • by Sarah Gulish and Victoria Boler

    (12 Pages + over 25 pages of editable resources)

    This is an eBook for digital download.  The purpose of this book is to provide resources for music teachers looking to collect data to better advocate for their programs and reach students. This interactive PDF describes the various types of data, how they can be collected, and how they can be used to create a music program story to share with community members and administrators. Each purchase includes access to a google drive folder with dozens of resources and templates that can be copied and edited, including email templates, google questionnaire forms for students, parents, and colleagues, conversation starters with administrators, sample qualitative stories, sample quantitative stories, and more.
  • by Theresa Hoover

    (60 pages) This is an eBook for digital download.  This book a one-stop-shop for music teachers looking to get started, or expand their experiences, with technology in the classroom. Help your students see themselves as musicians both inside and outside the music room by empowering them in the ensemble setting.
  • by Edward Varner

    (40 Pages) This is an eBook for digital download.  How can we effectively advocate for the value of ensemble programs? Many educators and parents remain unaware of the value of the school band beyond obvious, natural entertainment contexts and find it easy to devalue school band along with other arts programming. This text highlights evidence that supports music and school band as methods to achieve improved student success in school. This eBook will better inform decisions that school administrators make about existing scheduling challenges and financial dilemmas facing American schools.    
  • Living in Harmony

    $15.00$60.00
    Living in Harmony featuring lead vocalist Allison Suey, is a musical work inspired by recent national and worldwide events that have impacted our communities. The lyric establishes that it is possible to live in harmony with one another but it’s a choice we each individually must make. Available for flexible choral arrangements and with piano accompaniment or full orchestration.  Sample Track:
  • This is a digital resource. Looking to improve your students’ rhythmic reading? Want to find a way to reinforce concepts at home or on days when you need substitute plans? In this supplementary resource, Meghan Cabral, author of A New Band Approach, provides materials for flipped classroom video instructions on rhythm. She covers concepts related to syncopation in common time, the introduction of 16th note rhythms, and compound time in 6/8. This resource comes with video links and student worksheets for all of the concepts she introduces.
  • In Light of COVID-19 this resource is FREE to help remote teaching

    This is a digital resource. This PDF slideshow contains everything you need to engage students in creative work through a senior serenades project. Students collaborate to create projects that honor graduating seniors in your music program. This resource includes planning and assessment tools along with project examples and additional resources that can be saved and edited via google drive.
  • by Michelle Rose

    ( 82 pages + dozens of downloadable files) This is an eBook for digital download.  When Michelle Rose first started teaching music online, she felt like she went straight back to her first year of teaching and there wasn’t much guidance available for K-12 music educators, especially in regards to performance ensembles. Teaching Music Online: A Comprehensive Guide for K-12 Music Educators is full of everything Michelle learned during her experience of teaching music at a full time virtual school. Her book is a balance of practical advice, innovative teaching strategies, and educational philosophy designed to help teachers transition into online music education.
  • This is a digital resource.  This resource is intended for choral music classes and can be used either in person or through virtual instruction. Students select tonal patterns from their assigned repertoire, compose a new pattern in Noteflight, and transfer that pattern to Soundtrap for extension activities.
  • This is a digital resource. Looking to improve your students’ theoretical understanding of important tonal concepts? Want to find a way to reinforce concepts at home or on days when you need substitute plans? In this supplementary resource, Meghan Cabral, author of A New Band Approach, provides materials for flipped classroom video instructions on tonal concepts. She covers topics related to enharmonic equivalents, whole steps vs. half steps, key signatures, and the circle of fifths. This resource comes with video links and student worksheets for all of the concepts she introduces.
  • by Meghan Cabral

    ( 24 pages) This is an electronic resource for digital download. Bundle this with any other book from Meghan Cabral and receive 50% off this book using the code FLIPPING2020 at checkout!flipped classroom is a type of blended learning where students are introduced to content at home and practice working through it at school. It is a great way to engage students in meaningful, differentiated instruction. Want a resource on how to flip your classroom? Look no further; this is your guide to flipping! Included are popular Q&A questions as well as a step-by-step guide on how to start flipping.

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