Time to Vote: Seriously Fun March Contest!

by Abby @ Quaver on March 10, 2015

in At Quaver HQ,In the Quaver Classroom!,Tech Integration

This month, we’re celebrating Music in Our Schools Month with a Seriously Fun Quaver Contest!

Seriously Fun March ContestWe invited you to create a short video answering one simple question:

How do you encourage Seriously Fun learning
in your music classroom? 

We were so pleased with the results! Your entries were everything we expected from great music educators and students – you had creative ideas, expressed impressive musical concepts, and most importantly of all . . had a lot of FUN doing it!

Here are our favorite entries, submitted by Quaver teachers around the country:

Sarah Jensen / 6th graders at Saint Anne School / Bismarck, ND

Watch on YouTube


Erin Casimir / Northside Elementary School / Midway, KY

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Megan Martinez / Fair Oaks Elementary / Marietta, GA

Watch on YouTube


David Blasco / 4th Graders at Peoria Academy / Peoria, IL
Watch on YouTube


Carol Froehlich / 1st Graders at Howe Elementary School / Mt. Lebanon, PA

Watch on YouTube


Megan Endicott / Dolvin Elementary School / Atlanta, GA

Watch on YouTube


 Pretty awesome entries right? Now it’s time to vote!

  • You and your students can vote for your favorite example of Seriously Fun Learning until Thursday, March 12th, 11:59pm Eastern.
  • On Friday, March 13th we’ll post the winning entry to our blog and the winning class will receive a load of Quaver goodies AND a Skype Call with Quaver to show him all the Serious Fun in their music classroom! 
  • Please vote just once for each class you see this week!

On Friday, March 13th – Digital Learning Day – we’ll be here on the blog with the big announcement!

Come back to help us celebrate the winner and all the creative uses of technology in the music classroom! We hope watching these videos with your class is another great opportunity to have fun with technology in the music classroom.


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1 Rochelle Feine March 10, 2015 at 4:06 pm

Great Job loved watching the video.


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