Boost your students’ learning with engaging video lessons, individualized practice, and immediate feedback.
uTheory is the most engaging way for students to learn music theory.
Invite students to join your classes, and set preferences from solfege settings to individual accommodations.
Keep students on track with lesson due dates, assign specific lessons and exercises to practice, and hide future content from the student view.
View an entire class's progress at a glance, or drill down to detailed assessment data for individual students.
Choose the topics and types of questions, set your test parameters. uTheory will do the hard work of writing and grading the test.
Advanced question generation features provide a new test each time a student takes it, with minimal internal repetition. There are literally millions of permutations possible, so you can allow retakes without the risk of students memorizing the exam.
Lessons in uTheory are based on decades of experience teaching as well as up-to-date knowledge of music theory pedagogy. uTheory’s authors teach at the Oberlin Conservatory, James Madison University, and Interlochen Arts Camp. Their work has been published in the Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy.
Students learn best when they're engaged, and uTheory provides hundreds of interactive exercises to give them that experience.
Students hear music for every question they answer, helping them quickly connect theoretical concepts to sound.
Students learn at different paces, and uTheory adapts to that. uTheory tracks progress towards mastery of skills, not just whether the questions on a predetermined assignment were right or wrong, and uses this to determine whether more practice is needed, and what that practice should be.
Founder and lead developer, Greg brings twenty years' experience teaching music theory and ear training. He teaches at Oberlin and Interlochen.
Author and developer, David's pedagogical videos have millions of views on YouTube. He teaches at James Madison University.
As Head of Teacher Engagement, Leah brings her experience teaching music in public schools to help teachers use uTheory.
|All of uTheory at no cost to students
|All of uTheory at no cost to schools
|Ideal for placement testing
|Limited features for occasional use
A group license for education gives students in your classes unlimited access to uTheory. The costs for an institution start at 75% off the individual subscription rate. Group licenses include custom testing features.
Licenses last one year, and can begin on any day of your choosing.
uTheory does it all: planning, teaching, assessing and grading so your students can learn, practice and master music theory