Hooktheory Classroom combines engaging music theory material your students love with an innovative musical sketchpad, tailor-made for education. Students can explore and apply what they learn, as they learn. Hooktheory Classroom’s assessment, grading and management tools keep you efficient and organized, and let you teach and assess in creative new ways. Below, you can learn more about each component of Hooktheory Classroom.
Nothing ignites students' musical creativity and artistry more than exploring and creating music on their own. We've built the perfect tool for this: Hookpad. Hookpad is an online sketch pad for musical composition that emphasizes music theory concepts and visualizes music in a way that facilitates instruction and learning. Hookpad is fun, easy to use, and students love it.
Composition and music exploration in Hookpad is based around building chords and melodies from the notes of a scale. Since Hookpad lives in the web browser, it can be used at school or at home.
Our acclaimed music theory/songwriting book, Hooktheory I, is an intuitive, modern take on music theory. It was written from the ground up to be used alongside Hookpad so students can immediately apply the concepts they learn and create music as they read. Hooktheory I is 6 chapters long with 41 exercises and 94 audio-visaul examples from artists like: Avicii, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, John Mayer, Lady Gaga, Maroon 5, Pink, Rihanna, and Taylor Swift. Use Hooktheory I to guide or supplement your curriculum and as the perfect companion for Hookpad.
Assessment Kit is an organized way to create, assign, and grade music theory and songwriting assignments based around Hookpad. Your students compose in Hookpad (or load in an existing Hookpad project) based on your prompt and you can view and grade their work. Students immediately see their grades and feedback; intuitive grading and management tools keep you efficient and organized.
Hooktheory Classroom lets you search and open all of your student’s Hookpad projects as if they were you own. You can filter by class, project, student, and can sort by date or student. This is an easy and flexible way to have your students compose in Hookpad and see what they are doing.Get a Quote
Setup takes just a few minutes and the Hooktheory Classroom User Guide helps you through every step. Here is a quick overview:
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Hooktheory Classroom is COPPA compliant and suitable for students under the age of 13.
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|So easy! Thank you so much for this fantastic product. It is really transforming how our kids compose and helping them understand chord progressions and the relationship between chords and melody and making our life so much easier!Carmel McGill, Acting Head of Music, Albany Senior High School, Auckland, New Zealand|
|Thank you for not only making my job easier, but for also allowing students to break down, understand and create music more easily.Tobias Butler, St Johns College, New South Wales, Australia|
|By far the most effective instructional aid for teachers looking to have students compose in the classroom.|
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