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  • by Sarah Gulish

    (47 pages) This is an eBook for digital download. The Comprehensive Beginning Guitar Curriculum is a must-read for any music educator tasked with teaching a modern guitar class. This detailed text provides philosophy, unit plans, and resources for the development and execution of a relevant and engaging guitar program. INCLUDES: • video examples • classroom handouts & assessments • a space for typing notes directly into the PDF
  • by Sarah Gulish

    (37 pages plus video tutorials and handouts) This is an eBook for digital download. The Comprehensive Beginning Guitar Curriculum is a must-read for any music educator tasked with teaching a modern guitar class. This detailed text provides philosophy, unit plans, and resources for the development and execution of a relevant and engaging guitar program. The second edition includes updated visuals and curricular extensions.
  • This is an eBook for digital download (82 pages + editable resources) Reading, writing, and conducting research can feel overwhelming. But it can feel especially overwhelming if you’re brand new. This book is the jargon-free field guide, companion, and resource for music education research so that you don’t have to keep emailing your professors.
  • Purchase this with "The Oz Ukulele Method" using the code "theozmethod" at checkout to receive $5 off! This is an eBook for digital download. This beginning method book teaches chords and strumming for accompanying popular music. The curriculum is based on research in motor skill learning and is accessible to anyone wanting to learn to strum popular songs. The book includes online video and audio companion.
  • The Oz Ukulele Method

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    Purchase this with "The Oz Guitar Method" using the code "theozmethod" at checkout and receive $5 off! This is an eBook for digital download.  This beginning method book teaches chords and strumming for accompanying popular music. The curriculum is based on research in motor skill learning and is accessible to anyone wanting to learn to strum popular songs. The book includes an online video and audio companion.
  • by Naarah Callender

    (43-page teacher guide with 100 student cards) This is an e-book for digital download. Purchase includes PDF and PowerPoint files. Target Practice is a completely self-paced and flexible learning system, allowing students to learn and retain music theory concepts in an engaging and organic way through activities, games, and exploration. Students work through learning targets at their own pace to level up and improve their ear-training, sight-reading, rhythmic, and melodic skills. This is perfect for any secondary level course!
  • This is an eBook for digital download (60 pages + printable lesson templates) The Teaching Artist Toolkit is a comprehensive book, workbook, and lesson planner to help busy musicians optimize their teaching practice so they can level up their own artist careers. It includes an overview of how to structure lessons (and why), a workbook to get you clear on what, why, and who you teach, and a planner to simplify lesson preparation and help you set goals with your students.  A bonus resource library is included in the back.
  • by Thomas Velsor

    (36 pages) This is an eBook for digital download. The purpose of this method is to provide a beginner double bass text that does not require shifting positions. By avoiding the need to shift, the student can spend their first lessons focusing on musicianship skills, and correct hand positions. This text would also be a good fit for any student performing in a concert band, as well as students who are not beginners but are new to the half position.
  • 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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