Webinars Unlock Music History Part 1Students of all ages can create a basic, color-coded history chart to help them sequence and retain historical details with My Own Music History. Unlock Music History Part 2Propel historical knowledge – who/what/when wherein small sips or big gulps with Composer Chaos Join us to explore Are We There Yet? A Musical Journey Around the Globe, a multimedia, interdisciplinary program teaches students world music, instruments, culture, and geography through colorful slides, photos, videos, music, crafts, and puzzles. This program can easily be used for in person and online lessons! Follow along with Paula and Tiffany as they share their years of experience and creative ideas for a successful music camp! Experience the joy of teaching children of all ages through fun musical activities such as the ones shared in this video. Are you searching for ways to help your students achieve satisfaction and success? Discover small adjustments that could change their trajectory and help them discover joy in their journey of making music. Bonnie Slaughter discusses how making 1% improvements can make a huge difference. Are you looking for some ideas to make online lessons more fun and engaging? Join Eik Mar of SproutBeat and Michelle Sisler of Keys to Imagination for this webinar full of tech and non-tech tips you can use in lessons today. In this 10-minute video, Laura Chu Stokes shares some great tips for using her E-Z Notes Magnetic Staff Boards. Ideas are both for beginners and more advanced students! Are you looking for ways to make your summer fun while still making big advances in music theory skills? Join Sally for on and off-the-bench ideas and games in under 30 minutes! Now more than ever, life is like a Roller Coaster. How do we help our students navigate the ups and downs, emotions, stress, and change that surrounds them? How can we use music to help them learn their instrument and life skills they need? Join Bonnie Slaughter for strategies and tools to help your students excel at their instrument and life! There never seems to be enough lesson time for “everything”. As a result, music history often seems too vast or boring to tackle. We can use students’ interests and short parts of lesson time to make it more interesting. Join Karen Koch as she shares her ideas for making music history a favorite topic in your studio! Join Michelle Sisler to learn how to easily and effectively use music technology activities that motivate students and enhance music theory instruction. Map your apps and websites to your music theory assignments for lab time, flipped lessons, and home practice to make teaching theory with technology effective and efficient. Do you love your theory games but would like new ideas for using them? Are you new to our theory games and want to find out why teachers love them so much? Join Sally Ritchie as she shares how you can effectively teach theory beginning to advanced theory concepts through games. Creative life is full of surprising twists and turns. It is driven by life experiences, bursts of inspiration, and plenty of mistakes. Wynn-Anne will take us on a journey through the chapters of her life as a composer. Listen to the story of her first publication, then learn about her latest obsession for international dance styles. Discover new music for your studio while learning core secrets for a vibrant creative life.