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Using music in the classroom

Discussion in 'Primary' started by aspokes1, May 1, 2011.

  1. I want to create a library of music/sound clips that I can use in the classroom. I have my favourites in YouTube but that is quite often filtered. Does anyone have any classroom friendly alternatives?

  2. Hi Adam - Just seen this.... I use I Can Teach - loads of different music in different sections - all licensed and free to use. Worth a go I reckon. Good luck

  3. gerdmuller

    gerdmuller New commenter

    Try the free version of Spotify first if you have filtering problems with YouTube; when I first started using Spotify in class a few years ago, there were technical issues with having ports opened up. Even now whenever the firewall's updated I'll need to email the authority and ask them to sort it.

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