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  • Dolores Huerta Elementary School
  • Stockton, CA
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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Band class is something most of my students hadn't even heard of until the end of last year. The area I am teaching is just restarting to build its arts program, and thus the resources for music classes are limited. I am currently teaching on the small stage in the cafeteria, and there are no whiteboards or other basic materials available to students. I don't even have a desk or have room for one. So having whiteboards in the class is essential to be able to visually teach my students music. I just want to be able to give my students the best music education possible and keep their love for the arts. Since I do not have a whiteboard installed on the wall, I need one that is mobile so it can roll on and off the stage, big enough to write enough subject material, and one that is specific to teaching music hence the music staff lines already drawn on there. I not only want to teach my students how to read and play music, but begin to expose them to the theory of music: how music is written, and how to audibly identify music concepts (ear training). With the small whiteboards I can do individual and group ear training exercises. For example, I will play two notes on a keyboard and the students must identify, by listening only, the interval of the notes, write their answer on their whiteboard, and raise the board to show their answer. My students will need dry erase markers and erasers as well to be able to participate.

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Band class is something most of my students hadn't even heard of until the end of last year. The area I am teaching is just restarting to build its arts program, and thus the resources for music classes are limited. I am currently teaching on the small stage in the cafeteria, and there are no whiteboards or other basic materials available to students. I don't even have a desk or have room for one. So having whiteboards in the class is essential to be able to visually teach my students music. I just want to be able to give my students the best music education possible and keep their love for the arts. Since I do not have a whiteboard installed on the wall, I need one that is mobile so it can roll on and off the stage, big enough to write enough subject material, and one that is specific to teaching music hence the music staff lines already drawn on there. I not only want to teach my students how to read and play music, but begin to expose them to the theory of music: how music is written, and how to audibly identify music concepts (ear training). With the small whiteboards I can do individual and group ear training exercises. For example, I will play two notes on a keyboard and the students must identify, by listening only, the interval of the notes, write their answer on their whiteboard, and raise the board to show their answer. My students will need dry erase markers and erasers as well to be able to participate.

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