Finding a Portal into the Recording World for Uganda Students Using Soundtrap

Guest post by Gordon Fischer For the past two years, I was blessed to live and work at a Teachers’ College in Uganda. During my time at Mukuju PTC, the students and I developed a tight bond through history lessons, dramatizations, poetry, and debates. The biggest accomplishment was constructing a basketball court and neighboring public health…

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Long Island Educators Connecting & Sharing Soundtrap

We have had some incredible educators recently show up on the Soundtrap for Education team’s radar. Meet Danielle Sorrentino, Karen Pace and Annmarie Buonaspina, educators from Long Island. Here’s how it all went down: Danielle’s colleague Karen Pace invited the Soundtrap team to present to their entire middle school faculty to kick off their PD day…

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Government of Andorra Purchases Soundtrap Country-Wide License

Stockholm, Sweden and Andorra November 22, 2018 (original release) The Government of Andorra’s Ministry of Education has purchased a countrywide license for the Soundtrap online music and podcast recording studio. Soundtrap’s browser-based music and podcast recording solution will be rolled out to all the children in this country, starting with a small group this year….

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Music Creation Among Youth in Juvenile Justice Facilities

Soundtrap has been partnering with the Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings (CEEAS) to spark original musical creations among youth in American juvenile justice facilities. CEEAS works with instructors in these facilities to maximize teaching and learning in order to help students succeed after release, whether in further education or jobs. Soundtrap provided free…

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New Jersey Students Win “What’s Your Anti-Drug?” Contest Through Podcasting

New Jersey’s Hopatcong Middle School 7th grade students, Emily Serio & Samara Ibrahim, were one of 55 winners in Sussex County’s annual “What’s Your Anti-Drug” Contest.  The contest asked students to showcase how they stay drug-free through the use of a story, artwork, poetry, or photograph. Emily & Samara asked their music teacher, Mrs. Shawna…

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Wisconsin Students Capture Senior Citizen Stories Using Soundtrap

The following guest blog post is written by Page Leahy, District Library Media Director at Platteville Public Schools in Wisconsin.  As a school library media specialist, I am always thinking about how to encourage natural curiosity and independent learning.  I have three RTI (Response to Intervention) enrichment classes daily, and students complete projects that connect…

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Soundtrap Celebrates Expansion into Mexico and South America – Now Used by Hundreds of Schools

Award-Winning Online Podcast and Music Studio Reaches Out to Students in Central and South America BETT Conference, Mexico City, Mexico and Stockholm, Sweden – Oct. 10, 2018 – Soundtrap, the online collaborative music and podcast recording studio, is increasingly being embraced by teachers in Mexico and Central and South America, with hundreds of schools now…

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