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Podcasts Perfect for K-12 Students

If you've been searching for a new way to get students interested in storytelling, current events, or practice their listening skills, podcasts are...

Podcasts for Younger Students

Since podcasts are simply audio recordings that include storytelling, current events, and other informational presentations, they are perfect for...

What Students Can Learn From Listening to Podcasts

It's not always easy to get students interested in stories, current events, or other informational resources, but according to this article by...

Podcasts for the ESL Classroom

Podcasts are useful learning tools for all students, but these audio recordings can be especially helpful to ESL students.  The power of "listening...

The Nuts and Bolts of Creating Podcasts

Podcasts can be used across subject-areas, grade-levels, and various areas of interests to engage and educate students.  But if you're ready for...

Working with MuseScore

This video will introduce you to the program MuseScore. If you are looking for a way to create, print, and play sheet music digitally, this is an...

MuseScore: Text, Lyrics & Chords

The tool MuseScore is a great alternative to Finale and Sibelius. In this video, Dr. George Hess, will show you the basic functions when working with...

Teaching Music With "Rock Our World"

One of the most interesting things about music is the amount of richness that comes from its variety and the cultures behind it. This is a great...

Record Music With UJAM Software

There are lots of programs out there for recording music and producing final compositions. However, many of them are not free and require more...

Sound Trap in the English Classroom

Using audio recordings in the classroom can be a powerful way to give students a voice and allow them to be creative in new ways.  This is also...

Soundtrap Video Tutorials

If you've been looking for a student-friendly audio creation and recording tool that works on all devices, Soundtrap is your answer!  This...

Flat - Introducing Collaborative Music Notation

Are you looking for a way for students to create musical scores and then give feedback collaboratively? Then you have found the right resource! The...

Ditch the Book Report; Start a Podcast

We can all agree that getting our students to read novels is important in developing reading comprehension, creativity, and grammatical skills.  We...

AudioPlayer for Google Slides

While most educators love the collaborative element of using Google Slides, occasionally someone will point out that you can't play background audio...

Add Audio Directions to Google Classroom

Google Classroom is a powerful tool for creating and sharing learning opportunities for students.  However, much of the platform is text-based,...