Music Innovations Museum Incentive Program Student Kit
Take a trip to the Music Innovations Museum to learn about innovations that have helped shape music history! Students will be motivated to practice and complete goals in this fun and effective year-long practice incentive program. Using solid instructional design theories, Music Innovations Museum ™ motivation program encourages and rewards students at just the right intervals while creating enthusiasm.
Students practice and complete goals set by the teacher to earn squares on the professionally designed and printed vinyl giant game board (2 ft x 3 ft) hung in the studio.
Music students must visit all 12 exhibits to earn collector cards. The back of each card provides fun factions about the innovation exhibit covering the Prehistoric, Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Romantic, Classical, Impressionistic, Modern, Contemporary, 21st Century eras.
Each student’s goal is to finish the game during the year. Because they choose their path in the game, students are not able to easily see who is in the lead. However, competitive students may be motivated to finish first. They will ask who is first or if anyone has finished yet and teachers may add a competitive aspect to the game by awarding a prize for the top finishers.
Teacher and parent-approved! Both teachers and parents have noticed increased motivation and results with this practice motivation program!
Teacher Kit Details (sold separately)
Professionally Printed Motivation Game Board is 2′ tall by 3′ wide, made from re-usable heavy vinyl. Game pieces stick to the board and re-stick as students move them each week. The teacher kit includes 24 game pieces and character inserts. Order additional pieces separately.
Professionally Designed and Printed Music Innovation Museum Assignment book (Listening activities/questions from each era, weekly assignment sheets/practice record, and map to track progress)
Printed Collector Cards with information on each exhibit (one for each exhibit)
Plastic Membership Lanyard (with a checklist of exhibits on reverse)