Tip of the Week: Teacher Tool Shortcuts!

by Abby @ Quaver on March 1, 2016

in At Quaver HQ

Each Tuesday, we bring you a Tip of the Week to make using your Quaver resources easier than ever!

Click Play to listen to our Tip of the Week jingle! (Email readers, click-through to listen to the Tip of the Week Tune)

Today’s Tip is for all licensed users of Quaver teaching resources!

Have you noticed the recent changes to your Teacher Dashboard?

At the beginning of the year, we released several new features such as 19 new folk songs, video player upgrades, new audio mixer, and much more! Today’s tip involves some new functionality we also added in that release.

Everytime you sign in to your QuaverMusic.com account and click on the yellow TEACHER Tab, you are taken to your very own Teacher Dashboard – a home base for all the teacher-only resources connected to your account.

On the Teacher Dashboard, you will now find a new icon and few improvements to your favorite resources and activities!

Here’s what new on your Teacher Dashboard: 

  • Improved Search

Visit the Resource Manager and Library to give our latest round of search improvements a test drive. The Library now returns more results for partial word searches and includes individual ClassPlay activities in its logic.

For example, if you want to find all the resources associated with the Whisper, Talk, Shout and Sing lesson, you can just type the first portion of the lesson and all related items appear!

  • Expanded CREATIVES Menu

By clicking on the CREATIVES icon on the board, you can now easily navigate beyond the Studio Creatives to favorites like QSkits and SongBrush!


This corner of your Teacher Dashboard was previously occupied by USAGE REPORTS. We have some big plans for reporting that will appear in your GradeBook in the future, so for now we are using this real estate to give you an easy shortcut to all our Student Interactives!


While you’re here, take a moment to explore the additions to World Music or hop over to The Support Hub to view some video training!

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