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Elementary General Music Educators: Which system do you use to teach rhythm?

| August 13, 2013 | Reply
Elementary General Music Educators: Which system do you use to teach rhythm?

The History Behind this Poll: A couple of weeks ago, I posted this question to the Music Teachers Facebook Group. The reasoning behind this question is because I utilize and am very familiar with the Kodály method of counting rhythms (ta, ti-ti) and the Orff method (words) for my younger grades and being trained as […]

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MusicFirst Launches Online Music Theory, Ear Training, And Musicianship Software

| July 23, 2013 | Reply
MusicFirst Launches Online Music Theory, Ear Training, And Musicianship Software

I’m very honored to be on the Educational Advisory Board for MusicFirst.  I’ve served in this advisory capacity for over a year with them and am completely thrilled with the music education technology innovations that have been/are coming out of them.   Music First is a company on the cutting-edge of innovative, online, and music […]

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Gems From My VFCC Multimedia Authoring Course: Final Day

| July 19, 2013 | Reply
Gems From My VFCC Multimedia Authoring Course: Final Day

…well, it has come and gone! Here are some of the links to the software/tips discussed in the final class of my VFCC course, Multimedia Authoring. Video Editing Online: YouTube Video Editor – Great Non-Linear Video (NLE) Editor to teach the basics (and everyone can access it for free) YouTube Video Editor Manual Pinterest: Pinterest […]

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Gems From my VFCC Multimedia Authoring Course: Days 3 & 4

| July 18, 2013 | Reply
Gems From my VFCC Multimedia Authoring Course: Days 3 & 4

Below are some quick links to/about the software discussed in the past two day’s VFCC course, Multimedia Authoring: Multimedia Timelines: Tiki-Toki -Fantastic and Beautiful Interactive Timeline Creation Software (online) Dipity – Another good example of Timeline Creation Software (online) YouTube Channels: YouTube’s Information about Channels My YouTube Channel (see examples of video groups) YouTube Channels are […]

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Gems From My VFCC Multimedia Course: Day 2

| July 16, 2013 | Reply
Gems From My VFCC Multimedia Course: Day 2

Below are some quick links to/about the software discussed in today’s VFCC course, Multimedia Authoring: Pixlr (Amazing Graphic Editing): Simple Version (Online) Express (My recommendation for single image editing) Advanced (Includes layers and transparency options) Picasa (Great local-based image editing and image management software): Picasa Dropbox (perfect for file sharing and group sharing): Dropbox

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Gems From My VFCC Multimedia Course: Day 1

| July 15, 2013 | 1 Reply
Gems From My VFCC Multimedia Course: Day 1

Below are some quick links of the software and tips discussed in today’s VFCC course, Multimedia Authoring: Reflector App: The perfect app to show your iOS device on any Mac or PC http://www.airsquirrels.com/reflector/ Share your computer screen from anywhere to a MAC or Windows Machine: join.me Importing Media/Photos from the iPhone to a MAC: iPhoto […]

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Day 4: Teaching Integrating Technology into the Elementary Music Classroom

| July 11, 2013 | Reply
Day 4: Teaching Integrating Technology into the Elementary Music Classroom

Curriculum On Thursday, we explored a variety of curriculum, methodologies, and philosophies for elementary music educators and showed how technology can be integrated into them. Through composition, assessments, students’ musical creations, and more, it was great to see and experience how technology can be integrated into any elementary music curriculum. We also explored the first […]

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