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Audacity in the Elementary Music Classroom

| March 27, 2014 | Reply
Audacity in the Elementary Music Classroom

Back in 2007, Dr. Joe Pisano wrote a great post on this site titled, “Best Music Freeware: Audacity Audio Editor.” Seven years later, Audacity is still around, still free and still an excellent program for elementary music educators. There are four ways that I use Audacity often and very effectively in my elementary music classroom: […]

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Online Music Courses Now Available at MusicEdTech.Net

| March 3, 2014 | Reply
Online Music Courses Now Available at MusicEdTech.Net

A number of my good friends are offering a selection of AMAZING, online, Music Ed/Tech courses this summer and throughout the year.   I encourage you all to check them out and consider learning with these, truly, expert teachers.   Barb, Amy, & Katie are among the finest music educators that I’ve ever had the […]

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Handouts and Materials from Recent Conferences/Workshops

| March 1, 2014 | Reply
Handouts and Materials from Recent Conferences/Workshops

The month of February was a very busy one as it is a popular month for conferences and professional development days. I had the pleasure of working with amazing music educators in NJ and NY and was thrilled to present at the Technology for Music Education/Texas Music Educators Association (TI:ME/TMEA) conference and the New Jersey […]

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Educational Technology All Music Teachers Can Use – Clinic Materials

| February 13, 2014 | Reply
Educational Technology All Music Teachers Can Use – Clinic Materials

Notes from the TMEA/TI:ME 2014 Clinic Session by Joseph Pisano and Richard McCready titled: Educational Technology All Music Teachers can Use   Download the Clinic Worksheet PDF: Also, Please visit TI:ME and see what this amazing organization can do for you! and the Free iPad/iPhone Apps Discussed in the session from A.P.S. Development LLC may […]

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What Do Music Educators Do When They Cannot Attend Conferences?

| February 8, 2014 | Reply
What Do Music Educators Do When They Cannot Attend Conferences?

For the past ten years, the winter season has meant conference season for me. It was 10 years ago that I presented at my first music education conference. It was the TI:ME/TMEA conference in 2004 in San Antonio, TX. I presented an 8 am session on the Wednesday TI:ME Pre-Conference Day titled “Technology in the […]

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Goodbye Pete Seeger

| January 28, 2014 | Reply
Goodbye Pete Seeger

    I have many albums of Pete Seeger, but my favorites are the ones where other people are singing his songs, as Pete wrote his songs for others to sing.  Every time he sang a song in public, his was just one voice of hundreds singing along with his banjo or his guitar.  Pete […]

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What’s Your Aura? A project using the Aurasma app with second grade music class

| January 16, 2014 | Reply
What’s Your Aura? A project using the Aurasma app with second grade music class

A couple of months ago, I read about Aurasma, and to be honest, every time I went to their website, I did not quite understand what it was. I was curious to see how it could be used in education and had heard that it could replace QR codes, however, I could not figure it […]

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