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Solfeg.io explained in less than 1 minute
If you are new to Solfeg.io then this video will explain you everything you need to know in less than 1 minute
How to use Solfeg.io in your class
A 2 minute video that explains how teachers use Solfeg.io to get better results with their students
How to quickly learn a Christmas song
A 2 minute pratical guide on how to quickly learn a Christmas song together with your class
Music education tips & advices
Music appreciation classes are a great opportunity to instill a love of music in your students. Topics covered in music appreciation include historical and cultural background to music. Students learn how to listen to music and analyze it. A challenge for music...read more
There has never been a better time to harness technology for your classroom. The internet is brimming with amazing games and activities. Many of these are perfect for schools. Online music games for the classroom are a brilliant way to connect with students. They will...read more
It comes around so quickly every year. It's time to choose the musical production that you will spend hundreds of hours teaching and rehearsing over the coming months. So how should you choose this year’s high school musical? You need to be passionate about the...read more
Teaching music to elementary students can be great fun. Children of this age are usually very responsive to learning music. They are young enough to learn through play, but compared to toddlers, they are already old enough for more complex group activities. There are...read more
School band can be great fun to teach, but maybe the most exhausting hour of your week as a music teacher. The amount of energy involved in keeping your band engaged is draining for even the most energetic music teacher. You are also working towards a high standard of...read more
Teaching music to children can be challenging, especially when your pupils struggle to grasp new concepts. Do you tire of using the same teaching materials repeatedly because you have to follow the curriculum? Teaching the same topics year in year out can become...read more
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