Rock Hall EDU
Ongoing: Open learning resources powered by rock&roll – for teachers
OPEN LEARNING RESOURCES POWERED BY ROCK & ROLL
Our mission statement at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is to engage, teach, and inspire through the power of rock and roll. Every year, we welcome tens of thousands of students of all ages through our doors—so we know firsthand how music can ignite excitement and critical thinking in students of all ages. Onsite and online, we support teachers in providing students with culturally enriched learning experiences.
THE MATERIALS WE OFFER ARE:
1 – INTERDISCIPLINARY AND ADAPTABLE
You’ll find lesson plans, activities, and supplemental materials that will work in many subject areas, whether you teach music, social studies, English Language Arts, or are looking to turn STEM into STEAM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Math).
2 – RICH IN MULTIMEDIA AND PRIMARY SOURCE MATERIALS
Our teaching philosophy at the Rock Hall emphasizes stimulating critical thinking through the intersection of context, sound, and meaning. We help you to reach students of all learning styles with supplemental materials in a variety of formats, including images, videos, texts, and hands-on activities.
3 – PROFESSIONALLY DEVELOPED AND ALIGNED TO STANDARDS
Our lesson plans, activities, and other tools are developed by professional educators and are designed to meet national and state learning standards. Our team includes historians with PhDs, experienced teachers from multiple subject areas, and talented musicians.
Our primary sources are selected and prepared by our librarians, archivists, and museum curators. Unlike what you might find with a basic search engine, everything included in Rock Hall EDU is an authentic resource with reliable background information.
4 – ALWAYS FREE!
We believe that an education enhanced by music should be available to all students.
Free for teachers
Contact: 216.781.ROCK (7625)