We have much to be thankful for this year, and we want to share our appreciation. Thank you for letting us be a part of your students’ education! Read on for the latest on what we've been up to this month at uTheory.
Meaningful Learning with David Newman
In this post with the National Association for Music Education, David Newman shares ways teaching technologies have enabled him to focus on what matters most in the classroom. Check out what David says about using tech to save time for music making!
We're excited to share our latest addition to uTheory's lessons: Octave Numbers!
Students completing this lesson will be able to:
- Identify where middle C is on the piano, treble clef and bass clef staffs
- Write notes in the specific octaves in the treble clef and bass clef staffs
- Understand the relationship of accidentals to note naming with octave numbers
To try out this lesson, log in, then go to uTheory → Lessons and click "Octave Numbers" under Pitch and Harmony.
New Printable Resources
We've expanded the FREE printable resources for teachers! Here are some of the latest additions:
Be sure to check back often, as we'll be adding resources that align with lessons and content in uTheory. And if you're looking for a specific resource, please write to us with your request!
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