Below is a curated list of resources to
support teachers with making the transition to virtual learning in the fine
arts, many of which are being offered for free in response to the COVID-19
outbreak. This list will be updated regularly when resources become available.
General Online Learning and Virtual
curriculum is customized for students of every age and empowers educators to
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provide the best online courses in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art,
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This carefully curated collection is intended to provide educators, caregivers, and learners with ideas and strategies for addressing the needs of students who need to study and learn online.
PBS and your local station have curated FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more just for teachers.
Music Theory & Composition Lessons program. This unique any device,
anytime, anywhere solution helps build musicianship, gets student creating
their own music, and provides tracking for teachers.
of piano lessons, downloadable music, and theory games.
Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun,
site is designed to help you use classical music as part of your daily
musicians of all ages not just how to read music and play piano, but also the
music theory fundamentals that will allow them to create their own original
of music-based resources and activities facilitating STEM studies.
A new online area for Music for All’s vast array of educational offerings.
site with games and information from the New York Philharmonic.
music learning/practice software, including notation editor
Van Zandt’s TeachRock project brings rich, multimedia educational materials to
teachers and students everywhere–at no cost. The lesson plan collections and
resources at teachrock.org help teachers engage students by connecting the
history of popular music to classroom work across the disciplines.
online ToneSavvy exercises are free to anyone who wants to hone their music
offers culturally relevant content and interactive digital tools to make music
education fun, effective and accessible.
continue their mission, they are sharing special Extension online classes and
all Extension instructors’ and guest instructors’ online class resources to
keep our community dancing.
for online dance classes you can take at your own pace from anywhere in the
world? Sign up for our online dance tutorials and get easy-to-follow dance
instructions from the best teachers.
Alone Together aims to be a central resource for the dance world during this
time of “social distancing”.
closed in these unprecedented times, EduMotion is offering SEL Journeys
Learn@Home lessons. Geared for grades K-5, these weekly lessons are designed
for students to experience on their own, or they can invite family members to
learn and move along with them.
Three million students, at over 2,000 academic institutions, in 80+ countries have unlimited access to some of the world’s finest productions, unique backstage insights, practitioner interviews and written analysis.
Dive into the
rich world of Shakespeare with our full-text, interactive editions of his
plays. myShakespeare replaces traditional footnotes with multimedia resources
for the 21st-century student.
The South Bend Civic Theatre is offering free online workshops in topics ranging from ballet to stand-up comedy. There are sessions for every age group from elementary school to adult.
Mash is a website designed for children aged 3-11. It contains many creative
tools e.g.: coding, animation, publishing, art and also applications for maths,
spelling and grammar.
For remote teaching and learning, Crayola offers thousands of art-infused lesson plans that can be easily adapted for virtual experiences.
Academy is a free art curriculum that is available virtually. It provides art
projects that offer authentic art experiences for students — every student
makes their own artistic decisions and walks away from the project with an
artwork unique to them.
Learning provides support for educators around the world to nurture the 4Cs
(plus 1): creativity, communication, collaboration, critical thinking — and
compassion — both in the classroom and out.
material makes it easy to teach creative projects with open source technologies
such as Arduino, Processing and Sonic Pi.
community for creative skills.