In December we had Dennis Arcano and his wife Melina join us for a Double Teacher Feature to discuss Quaver Musicals during our December Webinar. Dennis has been using Quaver resources for the last three years at Anna H. Rockwell
We too often take for granted our ability to process sounds efficiently, even in noisy surroundings. For children with Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), however, accurately sifting sounds from other noises can be an enormous challenge – especially in a classroom.
Put yourself in your principal’s shoes. With a limited budget – where should he or she invest? The football team needs new equipment and so does the music program! Today’s post compares the return on investment for both music and
Today on the blog we welcome Megan Endicott – recipient of the Atlanta Families’ Award of Excellence in Education (AFAEE). While piloting the Quaver Curriculum for Fulton County Schools, Megan noticed a positive affect Quaver had on students’ self-esteem and their achievements.
If you’ve been around Quaver’s Marvelous World of Music for any length of time, you are probably familiar with Otto Gross – Quaver trainer, songwriter, and the entertaining & enthusiastic character in the Quaver series, Austin Otto. This week Otto shares a
Dave Mastran, Co-founder of Quaver’s Marvelous World of Music & QuaverMusic.com, is back on the blog again. This week Dave makes a strong case for music as the most important subject taught to elementary students. Take it away, Dave! *** What is