Welcome to the NEW Teacher Dashboard – home to your favorite resources and more!
If you’ve logged into your QuaverMusic.com teacher account today, then you may have noticed our Bulletin Board got a facelift! Introducing the newly redesigned Teacher Dashboard! This digital bulletin board is your one-stop shop for your teacher resources, and it now holds even more content – making it easier to access some of your favorites like Quaver Musicals, Teacher Toolbox, and our new Song-Based Lessons!
Coming soon! Our Custom Curriculum icon, located on the left sidebar, will allow teachers to easily find and launch any of their customized content – coming soon to Curriculum users everywhere!
How to access the Teacher Dashboard:
- Visit the QuaverMusic.com homepage
- Log in to your QuaverMusic.com account
- Select either the TEACHER tab, located at the bottom of the screen, or the yellow TEACHER ACCESS Bus Stop sign, located on the lower left side and…
Let’s take a look at a few of the new additions to your Teacher Dashboard:
We pulled our Quaver Musicals out of hiding and placed them right onto your Teacher Dashboard. Launch Quaver Musicals by clicking on the logo located in the bottom right-hand corner.
QuaverBooks are engaging digital books that include interactive content and are accessible to teachers and students from any computer or mobile device. You can easily access our collection of more than 42 books from the center of the Teacher Dashboard.
You asked us to make it easier to get to your Teacher Toolbox, and we heard you loud and clear! You can now access this hand-dandy toolbox on the Teacher Dashboard – making improvising mid-lesson easier than ever before!
Quaver’s Song-Based Lessons help teachers develop students’ musical knowledge and skills using tools and techniques inspired by the Kodály, Orff, and Music Learning Theory approaches to music education. Each lesson revolves around a folk song or theme and includes interactive screens to engage the entire class while also providing opportunities for student-directed learning.