Guitars in the Classroom

Since 1998, Guitars in the Classroom (GITC) has been inspiring, training and equipping classroom teachers to integrate music making across the academic curriculum through "song-based instruction" so students of all ages have educational, musical access & opportunity at school every day. Our work prepares educators to lead music, employing it as a dynamic tool for reaching all learners, teaching all subjects, and building character, creativity and community.Programs & materials are free.

Music helps her get in touch

Music helps her get in touch
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Having so much fun!

Having so much fun!
Photo from Progress Report 'Share Your Vision for GITC in 2012-13' (view small | med | large | orig)

Music stirs this child's soul...

Music stirs this child's soul...
Photo from Progress Report 'Share Your Vision for GITC in 2012-13' (view small | med | large | orig)

These boys are getting creating TOGETHER!

These boys are getting creating TOGETHER!
Photo from Progress Report 'Share Your Vision for GITC in 2012-13' (view small | med | large | orig)

These girls are learning so much through music!

These girls are learning so much through music!
Photo from Progress Report 'Share Your Vision for GITC in 2012-13' (view small | med | large | orig)

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