Outstanding District Implementation
Jessica Allen, Amanda Boer, Debi Pellkofer, and Katie Browne
Educators use SmartMusic in different ways depending on what their students need, and we’re happy to support teachers whether they want to encourage consistent home practice, give assessments, or provide in-class aids to students.
Rookie of the Year
Our “Rookie of the Year” award goes to Matthew Fang, who started using SmartMusic for the first time this school year and saw his students improve as a result. Getting started with a new piece of technology in your classroom can be stressful, but the results are worth it. Matthew was in an even tougher spot – this was his first year at Travis Ranch Middle School.
Most Assignments Sent
All music teachers need to track student progress and encourage student growth, whether by building a culture of consistent practice or by gathering valuable assessment data. SmartMusic’s web-based assignments can help with both, and no one sent more assignments to students this school year than David Iacoviello. David’s assignments help make sure students get consistent feedback and help set clear practice goals.
Most Uploaded Content
SmartMusic’s content uploader means you can always give your students the right music to practice – even if it’s not already among the thousands of pieces in the SmartMusic library.
Outstanding Forum Community User
SmartMusic educators aren’t shy about sharing, whether that’s on Facebook, at music educator conferences, or on our community forums. Our forums are a great way to see what’s coming up on our feature roadmap, tell us what we should add next, or access help resources for you and your students.