Independent and Home School
Private Schools Interscholastic Association, Inc. (PSIA) has used the MUSIC MEMORY curriculum products produced by arts education IDEAS since 2001. Each year since 2001, participation has increased in this program that now serves more than 50,000 participants in 60 grade-level contests in Texas. As a non-profit extracurricular academic program for all privately-schooled grade 1-8 Texas students, PSIA serves to honor and reward academic achievements, while ensuring that the overall purposes of the program are to use competition as a tool in the preparation of students for citizenship and successful adulthood, as well as to provide incentive to excel in academics. The fine arts, inclusive of the MUSIC MEMORY program, are paramount in inspiring student achievement not only in this contest, but also in many of the 18 other academic contests offered through PSIA.
Homeschoolers, as well as other privately-school children and their parents, especially welcome the opportunity given to them by arts education IDEAS and PSIA to compete for awards in MUSIC MEMORY, since these individuals are not afforded the opportunity to participate with public schools in this program. Former students tell us that once they learn about a composer and his/her music, they never forget it. MUSIC MEMORY shall remain a very important part of the PSIA Academic Program.
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- Students are engaged and excited about learning with MUSIC MEMORY.
- Everyone loves the VideoMaps™. They bring the music to life!
- Teachers report that the materials are exceptionally well written and easy to use.
- Popular student handbooks and software provide appreciated support.
- arts education IDEAS’ MUSIC MEMORY materials are recommended as the quality choice.
- Our high-quality service is mentioned over and over.
- MUSIC MEMORY improves concentration and builds self-confidence, listening skills, recall, writing skills, higher level thinking, and a love for classical music.
Music Memory Sampler
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