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Chuck Berry, one of the fathers of our art form of Rock & Roll, passed away on March 18th, 2017, during Music In Our Schools Month. Forever going forward, let's remember this pioneer by honoring him in music education. Here are 9 free interactive Smartboard Presentations made by music teachers and music students on the Life of Chuck Berry and his impact on music. They can be viewed online or use them as a free download and present them in class, offline. Three of the music presentations are in different languages: French, Spanish and Norwegian. I've also included some memorable quotes and lyrics...
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The Teaching Music Technology website offers free music tech lessons and materials for teachers plus articles, software, apps, tips and research. http://teachingmusictechnology.blogspot.com

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SMARTER 2
Can hardly contain our excitement! Our new worldwide goodwill book, Smarter ² : How to Use Personalized Learning to Master School Faster and Create the Future You Want is finally finished after a year of love and hard work! http://www.HowtoLearn.com/smarter-squared-introduction The book shows students: how to custom tailor learning to their needs, strengths and passions,  how self-direct their education so that it matches what they want for their future   ensures that what students study is directly related to the workplace and students are prepared with college and career readiness skills No more 'one-size-fits all education' Data shows that using personalized learning increases...
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By Vivien L. Li: Parental involvement in a child's musical education is more important than before. Usually, the age when children normally begin learning musical instruments is the age when they need lots of encouragement and approval. Parental involvement can help foster their children's growth and at the same time see rapid results. Read further for the seven key ways you can be involved in your child's progress: 1. Be supportive of their choice of musical instrument. OK, you've never been very fond of loud noise, so it might be a little uncomfortable when your child tells you he wants to...
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