The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum


Digital Classroom

Rock and roll transforms. It challenges us to think, dance, question, connect, and push for change. 


The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's digital classroom provides K-12 educators with a foundation in rock history and resources, tools, and strategies to connect that history to your own classrooms--available on demand. 

We start our journey with the birth of rock and roll in the 1950s - the Big Bang. The social upheaval and wild sounds of that decade mirror our own. We encourage you to make those connections between past and present as you explore this material.

 

We will continue our journey in the 1960s as dramatic changes in the United States and abroad force society to choose sides in the Civil Rights Movement, the counterculture and newly emerging international conflicts.

COMING SOON!

The videos below provide you with an overview of the digital classroom and a short tutorial on the resources that you'll find here.

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