Music Workshop

WELCOME TO MUSIC WORKSHOP!
YOU ARE GIVING YOUR STUDENTS THE GIFT OF MUSIC AND WE ARE HERE TO HELP.

Music Workshop was designed to be presented in the classroom but, in response to COVID-19, we modified the program to allow for its use in distance learning models. Beginning in the fall of 2020, we updated our platform to allow for the use of our resources in the classroom as well as in distance and blended learning scenarios. We continue to strive to help and support music teachers in these changing times, please reach out if we can ever help you in any specific way.

You will find all the materials needed for the program on the updated platform – sorted by course. Each course will contain the materials and resources necessary for Classroom taught and Distance Learning versions of our program. The distance learning materials are slightly different as they contain components that work better in learning management systems (like Google Classroom, Canvas, etc.) There are instructional videos on the site highlighting how to use the courses in Google Classroom, Canvas and Edpuzzle, please reach out if you need assistance in using it with a different Learning Management System. We are always happy to help.

  • Classical
  • Jazz
  • Birth of Rock n’ Roll (50’s- 60’s)
  • Evolution of Rock n’ Roll (70’s- 80’s)
  • R&B
  • Country
  • Pop
  • Musicals
  • Piano
  • Guitar
  • Voice
  • Instruments of the World
  • Percussion Instruments
  • String Instruments
  • Brass Instruments
  • Woodwind Instruments
  • Careers in Music, Part 1
  • Careers in Music, Part 2
  • Native American Traditional Music
  • Latin American Music – Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America
  • Latin American Music – South America
  • Traditional Music from Africa Part One – North & East
  • Traditional Music from Africa Part Two – Southern, Central and West

At the completion of each course you will be asked to fill out a Feedback form. Your feedback is crucial to the success of our program; it ensures ongoing program improvement and continued funding. Music Workshop strives to be of the highest quality and we are committed to sharing our program with all K-8 music teachers completely free of charge. If you have any questions or issues with the program, please contact music Workshop via phone or email.

Thank you for making our program a reality in your school. Please share the news about Music Workshop’s program with other music teachers. We are delighted to give our program completely free of charge to all K-8 schools. Music is for Everyone!

Sincerely,
Amy

Amy Hall
Program Facilitator
Music Workshop
503-330-0377
amyh@musicworkshopedu.org
www.musicworkshopedu.org

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