Silver Burdett Making Music provides developmentally appropriate music learning activities for students in grades pre-kindergarten through eight. This sequential curriculum builds students' knowledge and skills within and across grade levels and engages ALL students in the music making process.
Find samples of some of the dances collected or created by Sanna Longden and learn more about our partnership with FolkStyle Productions.
Save the date! The Annual 2014 Summer Music Institute sponsored by Pearson and Appalachian State University will be held on June 16-20, 2014. Join us for an exciting week in the mountains at Appalachian State University, Boone, NC. Sessions will feature material from Online Learning Exchange Interactive Music powered by Silver Burdett, a brand new all-digital music program developed jointly by Pearson and Alfred Music Publishing. For more information visit the university website.
Here you can learn about the innovative teaching tools that are part of Silver Burdett Making Music.
Our fully digital programs and ebooks provide cutting-edge online instruction with a seamless transition from the textbook, allowing students to complete assignments, access videos and activities, and take online tests and remediation.
With Pearson’s interactive whiteboard-ready resources, students become more active and collaborative classroom learners and teachers are able to deliver memorable lessons, engage all types of learners, and reduce class preparation time.
Language-acquisition expert, Dr. Jim Cummins, has worked exclusively with Pearson to embed powerful teaching approaches into Pearson programs, ensuring that English language learners receive the same high quality education as their peers. Dr. Cummins’ expertise in literacy development in multilingual school contexts, as well as the role of technology in promoting language and literacy development, have made Pearson programs the most effective resources for today’s ELLs.
Your opinion is important! Do you want more or less ability to customize your Pearson instructional materials; and, should they be more or less digital?