QuaverSEL FAQs

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QuaverSEL is for any teacher! Music teachers may find the SEL songs a great addition in the classroom and potential school performances. […]

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QuaverSEL may be used any time of day – it’s flexible to suit your needs! Each lesson may be facilitated in 5-10 minutes. Each screen in the lesson may be delivered during Morning Meeting to get the day started with a positive start, and in this way, an entire lesson will be completed in one […]

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QuaverSEL may be used for Tier1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 interventions. There are multiple resources for any type of Small Group you may have. There are multiple resources for any type of Small Group you may have. These are just a few examples of lessons with activities you may use for Small Groups. One […]

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Yes, we do! 4th Grade Lesson 19 – “Reading Body Language” 4th Grade Lesson 25 – “Long-Term Motivation” 5th Grade Lesson 2 – “Practicing Self-Discipline” 5th Grade Lesson 7 – “Setting Life Goals” 5th Grade Lesson 15 – “My Friend Has a Problem” 5th Grade Lesson 21 – “Character Helps Me Succeed” […]

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Each grade, K-5th, has a lesson specifically on empathy. These can be found in Lesson 23. However, there are also other lessons that teach and reinforce empathy, such as 5th Grade Lesson 15, “My Friend Has a Problem,” and 4th Grade Lesson 19, “Reading Body Language.” […]

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Quaver websites are compatible with all current interactive whiteboards, although they are not required. Many teachers find our resources effective in a live classroom setting with a computer and projector setup. We design Quaver to operate across all interactive whiteboards and devices, as many resources include manipulatives and click/drag interactivity.” […]

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