Answering YOUR Questions in Today’s Webinar

by Abby @ Quaver on April 29, 2014

in At Quaver HQ

Earlier this month we asked YOU to tell us what you wanted to learn in our next Live Webinar! 

Well you replied in the comments and on Facebook, and today is the day to get your answers from Quaver!

Live Quaver Webinar – Today!

Tuesday, April 29th: 4:30 EST

Live Music Ed Webinars

This is your chance to interact with Quaver, find out what new features we’ve released at, and get your questions answered LIVE!

Today, Quaver will be talking about integrating Orff instruments into Quaver lessons AND diving into a few new ClassPlay Songs!

There are two ways to watch this jam-packed webinar live:

  • Stream Quaver live via video to your computer screen through our Ustream channel

Log in, click chat, and type your questions and comments to Quaver while he shares answers and information live from our studio! 

We hope to see you in the comments, but if you can’t make it at 4:30 EST, do not fear! You can log in and watch this and all previously recorded webinars anytime after the event is over from our UStream Channel.

Remember – if we answer your question today you’ll receive a great Quaver prize for all your students!

Questions for next time? Leave them in the comments below!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Joan Reynolds April 29, 2014 at 3:59 pm

Our Kennedy Kids are having an amazing time working in QGooves and QComposer in addition to all the fantastic lessons! How will the transition to new classes work for next year? Will students be able to keep their accounts but be associated with a different teacher and group of students for the grade book? I didn’t think about this when I set mine up, or I might have put al four of my fourth grades classes (for example) into one class.

Thanks for all you are doing!


2 Abby @ Quaver April 29, 2014 at 4:59 pm

Great question and very timely for the end of the year Joan! We’ll get an answer together for you and post it here on the blog or in our next webinar!


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