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Learning Resources

This is so much fun… an early learning experience that combines characters and stories with a research-driven curriculum. It’s an amazing way to give your kids the freedom to play and learn at the same time.”

Digital Learning

Mickey’s Magical Arts World


Kids explore aspects of visual art, theater, music, and design as they build their own virtual worlds with classic Disney characters in Mickey’s Magical Arts World.


Content Developer

Created detailed learning progressions for both music and theater performance games, including skills-based content, developmental and learning objectives, and performance activities.



Worked alongside Disney Imagicademy’s technology designers to develop and revise the program, based on user feedback, child development milestones, and artistic applications.



Provided additional consultation on arts education best practices, as Disney’s designers developed accompanying games and toys for children ages 3 - 8.

Curriculum Resources

Carnegie Hall Educator Resources

New York, NY

Carnegie Hall’s Musical Explorers, Link Up and Music Educators Toolbox provide students and educators around the world with an extraordinary range of programs and learning resources. Serving as a Project Manager and Content Editor on these curriculum programs and digital learning tools, Amy contributed to a set of rich resources for building music skills in the classroom and connecting students with professional musicians across genres.

Music Educator’s Toolbox

Designed to be effective and adaptable in a wide variety of music classrooms, this set of free online resources for music teachers includes lesson plans and activities, summative and formative assessments, video examples, and documented best practices.

Musical Explorers Student Guide example.

Musical Explorers Student Guide example.

Musical Explorers

A program for students in kindergarten through 2nd grade, where they explore a diverse range of musical genres, learn songs from different cultures, reflect on their communities, and develop singing and listening skills. This year-long program culminates with a live, interactive concert featuring the artists in the curriculum.

Link Up student in the classroom. Photo by Stefan Cohen.

Link Up student in the classroom. Photo by Stefan Cohen.

Link Up

Students in grades 3 - 5, join the orchestra by learning to sing or play instrument in their classroom and then perform alongside a professional orchestra from their seats in a culminating concert. This curriculum provides teacher guides, student materials, concert scripts, and visuals to students and educators across New York City, and for orchestra partners in communities around the world.

Curriculum Resource Database

National Teacher and Opera Educator Source

New York, NY

NOTES (National Opera Teacher and Educator Source) is a free, curated online database for K-12 educators, showcasing exemplary opera learning materials from OPERA America and its member companies. Users can browse resources and search by title, grade level, subject area, time required and more! Other features include: lessons that meet Common Core and National Core Arts Standards, assessment resources, video demonstrations, and tools for career readiness in the opera field.

Curriculum Writer/Editor

Wrote and edited curriculum materials for the NOTES database.

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Consulted on user experience and national marketing strategies.

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Created assessment tools and provided evaluation, in order to align new and existing resources with education standards.