Tip of the Week: Customization in Just Three Clicks

by Abby @ Quaver on October 4, 2016

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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 users of Quaver’s Curriculum!

Did you know you can transform a 3rd grade Lesson into a 4th grade Lesson with just three clicks?

Maybe you need to review a musical concept with an older grade level or introduce new students to a skill they may not have mastered in a previous year. With just a few simple clicks, you can change the grade level displayed on the Lesson’s Welcome Screen – eliminating any distraction about the grade level among your students.

How to Change the Grade Level:

1) Access your Teacher-Only Resources

Once you’ve logged in to your QuaverMusic.com teacher account, you can 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.


2) Click the Curriculum Icon

You will be directed to the Teacher Dashboard, a hub for all your teacher-only resources. Go to the left-side of the bulletin board and click the CURRICULUM icon.

3) Choose a Lesson

Choose a Lesson from the Lesson Selection Menu and click LAUNCH. For this example, we will choose a 2nd grade Lesson and change it to a 3rd grade Lesson so your 3rd graders can review ABA form.


4) Click TOOLS

From the Welcome Screen, click the TOOLS icon (that’s click number 1!) located in the bottom right-hand corner and then click OPTIONS (that’s click number 2!).


5) Change the Grade Level

Select the Grade Level you’d like on display – or choose None to remove the label. That’s the third and final click! Not only will the subheader change, but the banner floating in the background will also change the next time it comes across the screen!


Boom-Chicka-Boom! Another easy way to customize a Quaver Lesson to work for you and your students!


Have you ever used this handy trick in your classroom?

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Michele Hobizal October 7, 2016 at 7:07 pm

Love this!!!!!
Can I save this lesson with the grade level I want?
Michele Hobizal


2 Abby @ Quaver October 10, 2016 at 9:28 am

Hi Michele,

Not at this time, but that is a great suggestion! We will keep you in the loop as it develops.


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