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COLUMBUS DAY TEACH HISTORY THROUGH SONG In fourteen hundred ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Maurice Abravanel was a descendant of Don Isaac Abravanel, born in 1438, who, as finance minister to Queen Esabella of Spain, arranged funding for the first … Continue reading

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[ECP] Educational CyberPlayGround K12 Newsletters May 1

May is celebrated as the Music Month: MUSIC EDUCATION, CLASSROOM RESOURCES AND MUSIC LAW IDEAS FOR CLASSROOM USE THE HISTORY OF JAZZ Question: Can You Guess who this is? A Grandson of slaves, a boy was born in a poor … Continue reading

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Have a Great American Thanksgiving and here’s your Folkie Music Menu

Each year American Routes americanroutes.org celebrates Thanksgiving weekend with words and music from the National Heritage Fellows Concert in Washington DC. Since 1982 the National Endowment for the Arts has presented the fellowships. It’s America’s highest award in Folk & … Continue reading

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Girls change the world and can do anything

Educational CyberPlayGround: Websites for Girls and Young Women who want to be involved with Technology WEBSITES FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN How to help girls get into technology. Real women engineers and other role models for girls. Changing Girls’ Attitudes … Continue reading

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Reaching Inner City Youth through the Arts 2014

“TRANSFORMATIONAL!” Professional Development for K-16 and Community Based Educators Community Works Journal—Online Magazine for Educators REGISTER TODAY, SPECIAL RATES Through June 15th  Curriculum Planning, Teaching Tools, and Inspiring Collaboration 2014 SUMMER INSTITUTES for K-16 EDUCATORS Place, Service-Learning, and Sustainable Communities … Continue reading

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