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Presented by Steven Van Zandt’s Rock and Roll Forever Foundation, TeachRock is the first curriculum to be rolled out nationally that explores the music and its world in this depth. TeachRock is a standards-aligned arts integration curriculum that uses the history of popular music and culture to help teachers engage students.  

Innovative lesson plans developed by experienced educators and top experts in the field foster genuine learning in areas including social studies, language arts, geography, science, STEAM, general music and more. TeachRock has crafted engaging and meaningful material for every classroom and developed exciting professional development workshops to share it with teachers.  

All TeachRock curriculum and workshops are free. No cost, period.

Presented by Steven Van Zandt’s Rock and Roll Forever Foundation, TeachRock is the first curriculum to be rolled out nationally that explores the music and its world in this depth. TeachRock is a standards-aligned arts integration curriculum that uses the history of popular music and culture to help teachers engage students.  

Innovative lesson plans developed by experienced educators and top experts in the field foster genuine learning in areas including social studies, language arts, geography, science, STEAM, general music and more. TeachRock has crafted engaging and meaningful material for every classroom and developed exciting professional development workshops to share it with teachers.  

All TeachRock curriculum and workshops are free. No cost, period.

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Dolores Huerta: Teaching a Civil Rights Icon via Art, Music and Poetry
Join Randa Schmalfeld, TeachRock Arts Integration Specialist, and Share My Lesson for this enlightening and educational webinar on Dolores Huerta...
Distance Learning Packs:  The Historical Roots of Hip Hop
What are the historical roots of Hip Hop? In this lesson you will: Discover where Hip Hop was first created Consider what life was like for some New...
Rumble:  The Indians Who Rocked The World
Common Core
The award-winning documentary RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World tells the story of a profound, essential, and, until now, missing chapter in...
The Music that Shaped America
  • The Progressive Era
  • High School
TeachRock is proud to present The Music that Shaped America, a lesson collection that draws on the rich archive of Alan Lomax’s Association for...
PBS: Soundbreaking
This PBS Soundbreaking collection looks at the intersection of popular music, technology, and history. Like this PBS Soundbreaking collection? Check...
Debating the Apollo 11 Moon Landing
  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
Common Core
“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” As NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to step onto the surface of the...
Distance Learning Packs:  The Indigenous Roots of Rock and Roll
Common Core
What does Link Wray’s biography say about how Native Americans lived in the first half of the 20th century, and what role did Wray’s upbringing have...
“Indians” in the American Imagination: Exploring Cultural Appropriation through Structured Academic Controversy
Common Core
In this lesson, students will engage in a structured academic controversy to address the question, “should appropriation of Native American cultural...
The Music Behind the Red Power Movement
Common Core
What was the Red Power movement, and what role did Folk and Country music play within it? In this lesson, students are introduced to the activist...
Negotiating Native Identity Through Art and Music
Common Core
How have Native American musicians and visual artists negotiated their native identity, and what role does physical space play in these negotiations...