Music Education Resources
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This YouTube channel for young learners offers original content with educational lessons in multiple subjects like math, reading, and history with music as the common thread. These lessons have been shared in classrooms all around the US & internationally.
The pianini app offers children from preschool to third grade easy, playful access to comprehensive music education: music theory, note reading, piano play, rhythm, and ear training. Download pianini now with iOS, Android or Windows.
“Mental Health is Health” is an initiative rooted in the reality that we all have mental health and need to take care of it like we do our physical health. No matter what you’re experiencing, there are ways to take action to support yourself and those around you – students, classrooms, colleagues, family members, and friends.
The free webinar series and classroom guide about embedding social emotional learning (SEL) into the music classroom is presented by Save The Music and ArtsEdSEL. This is geared toward music educators but is also relevant for student musicians, parents and families, and music education advocates.
Use these advocacy tools to create an action plan and support music education at your school. This way, teachers can provide the best experiences and opportunities for students through music learning.
Inspired by the film “Respect” and the life of icon and activist Aretha Franklin, In Session Talks is a series of master classes with celebrated performers, composers, music industry professionals, and high-achieving women of color to broaden the horizons and aspirations of young people.
Whether at home or in school, Save The Music’s Get Started Recording Your Own Music tutorial videos help you easily navigate the ins and outs of producing your own music with easy-to-access software that you can find right on your own personal technology devices.
Whether you are new to online music teaching or have found your rhythm already, these tools will help you create a program for your virtual music classroom or support music e-learning experiences at home.
Save The Music teachers and students love these online resources that offer free and fun activities for learning in the classroom or making music at home.
Going back to in-person learning and restarting (or rebuilding) your music program has its own set of challenges. As your school’s leader, administrator, or music educator, be informed about national, state, and local guidance for opening a safe and healthy music classroom.
The well-being and safety of teachers and students are important when it comes to in-person music learning. Use these guidelines from leading advocates and scientists to help you keep instruments clean and you and your students in the classroom safe and healthy.
Get the whole family together and enjoy these free and fun music activities at home! Experience online music education through virtual music lessons, games, and performances in the comfort of your own remote classroom or family living room.