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Need to diversify your curriculum but having trouble finding time to find repertoire? This database was created with the music educator in mind. It houses descriptions of available online databases, lists, and other resources to give you a snapshot view to determine if the resources will meet your needs.  Search by labels such as "Links to Scores" or "Instrument Level Filter" to expedite your search.

TIP: At the bottom of "Start Here" there are suggested lists of where to start based on the kind of educator ( K-8, 9-12, Private, Collegiate).

Move the Needle Mini Grant

If you are seeking to deepen your social justice practice as as a music educator, consider applying for a Move the Needle Mini-Grant to use towards a professional development opportunity of your choosing. Can be used for webinars, learning communities, cohorts, seminars or similar opportunities that center learning within the social justice continuum.  

Grant range: $50-$250

Deadline: Rolling through March 30th, 2023

 

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The New Narrative:
Recognizing and Eradicating White Supremacy in Our Music Curriculums

All music educators are invited to join a regular discussion and work-study group that will address how and why we should shape a music curriculum and pedagogy that ultimately derails learned and unconscious biases and inspires a coalition towards equity.  

Pre-requisite: Current music educator with previous social justice professional development.  Ex. Core Course with the Justice Leaders Collaborative

First session featured guest panelists:

  • Ciyadh Wells, Associate Director of the Institute for Composer Diversity

  • Paula Maust, Scholar and creator of the acclaimed "Expanding the Music Theory Canon" Resource 

  • Rosana Lanzalotte, Scholar, harpsichordist and creator of Musica Brasilis resource on Brazilian composers. 

View the first New Narrative panel discussion.

A Work-Study Group for Music Educators

Monthly Every 3rd Thursday - Starting September 22
7:30-8:30

 

Want your students involved?