Soundtrap for Education Offers Extended Trials to Support Schools

COVID-19 has changed the education landscape, causing many schools to close in an effort to keep students, families, and communities safe and healthy. School closures have resulted in a widespread transition to distance learning, which has tasked many administrators and educators with finding creative ways to keep students engaged and achieving. The situation is rapidly…

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Soundtrap Team Makes its Presence Known at FETC 2020

In January, the Soundtrap for Education team headed to Miami, Florida to participate in the 40th annual Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC). The conference, which is the first edtech event of the year, attracts thousands of education and technology leaders for an intensive, highly collaborative exploration of new technologies, best practices and pressing issues….

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Antigua’s Top Musicians Introduced to Soundtrap

Written and reported by Carel Hodge, Project Support & Innovation Specialist at Antigua and Barbuda Science and Innovation Park Ten of Antigua’s top musicians participated in a Soundtrap for Entertainers workshop on Wednesday 11 September at Antigua and Barbuda Science and Innovation Park (ABSIP). The two-hour interactive training session was made possible through a partnership…

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White Walls, Blue Doors…Facing Juvenile Life

Originally posted by CEEAS – Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings Friends, It’s with both immense joy and profound sadness that I write this newsletter and ask you to take a few minutes to listen to the playlist of the top five songs from this year’s music and youth advocacy initiative, Unsung. My happiness stems from the attention…

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Seven Tips for Developing a Digital Music Classroom

Written by Gillian Desmarais (re-posted from EdSurge) I live for the spine-tingling synth solo or the foot-tapping disco beat. Electronic music has not only motivated my music teaching, but also provided a reprieve from my everyday stresses. I see the same passion within my students when they share their favorite Imagine Dragons song or play…

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