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iPads in the Elementary Music Room: Some of my favorite virtual instrument apps
When I first received an iPad for my elementary music room, my immediate reaction was how could I turn this device into an instrument? I ...
iPads in the Elementary Music Room: 16 Great Resources
As I teach and write about iPad integration in the elementary music classroom, I often research numerous websites from music educators and music professors who share ...
iPads in the Elementary Music Room: Apps used by Elementary Music Teachers
Today, the elementary music educators in my class ended the course by teaching a lesson that utilized the iPad. These lessons were wonderful! They were ...
iPads in the Elementary Music Room: Notation, Ear Training, Recorders and Keyboards Apps
Today’s class focused on apps that enhanced notation, ear training, recorders, and keyboards. The notation apps are beginning to take off on mobile devices and ...
iPads in the Elementary Music Room: Creation Apps
In today’s class, we explored many music apps that create, record, and loop, such as Loopy HD (they did a great job recreating Jimmy Fallon ...
James Pecsok @jpecsok
Started off my day watching Feierabend jump rope. It's going to be a good day #musiced
Noblesville Band @NoblesvilleBand
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Jennifer Chobotiuk @musicmom99
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Giveaway and Sale!
Hi everyone!I am writing this as I sit on my hotel balcony in Gatlinburg, so I'm going to make this very quick!Just a ...
Music Teacher Giveaway!
I am VERY excited to announce an opportunity for some of you to win some great music products! I've been collaborating with many other music ...
10 Strategies for Melodic Reading and Writing
A few days ago, I wrote about 10 strategies for rhythmic reading and writing, in hopes of giving you ideas for your year ...
10 Strategies for Rhythmic Reading and Writing
If you're like me, the start of school is looming closer and closer, and you're beginning to sit down and work on your year plans. ...
Five Favorite Pins of July
Since we are over halfway through July (eek! Where is the summer going!?!?) I realized it's time for my favorite pins linky party! (Thanks to
Pre-Order “Teaching Music Through Composition”
The book "Teaching Music Through Composition: A Curriculum Using Technology" can now be pre-ordered.
Fall 2012 Teaching Music with GarageBand Online Course Starts October 3
The 10 session course will be in the Standard Format and run for 11 consecutive weeks, skipping Thanksgiving week. In 10 sessions you'll not only ...
Re-evaluating School Music Programs by Scott Watson
A frequent discussion thread in music education involves re-evaluating traditional school ensemble music programs – bands, orchestras, choirs – and the role of music education ...
Summer Course Starts in One Week!
The MusicEdTech online course Teaching Music with GarageBand for three graduate credits begins in one week on June 16, 2012. There are only a couple ...
Course Calendar Summer 2012
Teaching Music with GarageBand Three (3) Graduate Credits through Salem State University Here’s the course calendar for the course beginning June 16, 2012. The ...