On this website you will find exercises pertaining to your theory and ear training classes. Choose the page you are interested in from the list below:
You can never have too much staff paper. This template has staves on the top half of the page, and the bottom half is blank, for taking notes. Print out as many pages as you want!
The Internet is quickly becoming our primary living space, and multitasking is becoming the behavioral norm for our society. Research is starting to show how the Internet affects our memory, our ability to learn, and our lifelong intellectual development. Nicholas Carr, author of The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to our Brains, lectured on this topic at the New York Academy of Sciences on 11/9/10. Are you courageous enough to listen to his presentation and honestly evaluate your learning behaviors and their consequences, both for good and for ill? Are you willing to focus on building knowledge, instead of gathering information? Listen and think it over!