Frequently Asked Questions
The following are answers to common questions about our “Music+Code Videos” crowdfunding campaign.
The following video gives a pretty good overview. It is our “pitch deck” for the campaign, made with Music Blocks. (Do you get it, “pitch” deck? Haha, it’s a pun.)
Everyone who contributes will get “first in line” updates on the campaign.
You can follow our work at any time by subscribing at https://remakemusic.net/erp-subscription/
All tiers receive an award. Please see campaigns page for details.
This is specifically to fund the curriculum. Music Blocks is developed under Sugar Labs (www.sugarlabs.org).
Yes, you may. Please choose “custom amount” and choose the contribution amount of your choice.
Note: You may contribute any amount. You are entitled to the award for the amount below the custom amount you contribute (e.g. if you would like to contribute $50, which is above “supporter tier”, but below “super-supporter” tier, you will receive the “supporter” tier prize.
One of the following methods:
Please fill out the form below and tell us a little more about your organization.
Great question! We have completed contracts with different organizations such as Gakken (national government sub-contract), Hawai’i Youth Symphony, and Malden Public Schools. We are a serious team and determined to revolutionize education.
If you want to try Music Blocks software, you may do so for free anytime. Please go to https://musicblocks.sugarlabs.org
If you want professional support, however, please contact us at email@example.com or via the form below and let us know what you are interested in. We have done workshops and professional development for schools.
We offer professional licensing for teachers interested in teaching Music+Code, which includes support and guidance. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via the form below and let us know that this is what interests you.
First of all, please consider joining our newsletter to stay up-to-date with news, events, and exclusive offers that are specific to the Music+Code curriculum. As for social media, many of our pages are under “MAP Family Learning Center” which is our network of schools.
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