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Post Series Highlight: Amy Burns on iPads in General Music Education

| August 1, 2014 | 1 Reply
Post Series Highlight: Amy Burns on iPads in General Music Education

I’d like to take a moment (and a post) to highlight a number of recent, and fantastic, articles on MusTech.Net authored by Amy M. Burns.  Amy is at the forefront of elementary music education and using technology in the general music education classroom – I dare say (and with all honesty) -at the top of […]

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Cool Things From TMEA/TI:ME 2013 ~ Post One: MusicFirst -Amazing Products/Amazing Pricing

| February 17, 2013 | 2 Replies
Cool Things From TMEA/TI:ME 2013 ~ Post One: MusicFirst -Amazing Products/Amazing Pricing

It’s always great for me to get away and be a part of the many clinics and conferences in the U.S.   My recent visit to San Antonio and the 2013 TI:ME and Texas Music Educators Association Conferences this February was both refreshing and full of exploration.  If you haven’t ever had the chance to […]

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The iPad in the Music Classroom: Useful Tool or Expensive Toy?

| October 22, 2012 | 31 Replies
The iPad in the Music Classroom: Useful Tool or Expensive Toy?

Let me preface this post by stating that I have never taught in the K-12 music classroom with iPads and that I am not trying to be inflammatory by asking this question.  As much as I love the device for my own personal use and music making, I simply do not know the answer to […]

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Using Netflix And Legal Movie Streaming In The Classroom

| February 23, 2009 | 15 Replies
Using Netflix And Legal Movie Streaming In The Classroom

I recently purchased the Netflix service for use in my home via computer streaming and my Xbox 360.   One of the real “world shakers” of television programming is rapidly approaching our present timeline…that of the self-programmed television lineup.   For many, it’s virtually here already…  think hulu.com and all of the other network affiliates that allow the […]

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Should We Utilize Technology in the Music Classrooms? Questions to Ask First.

| February 20, 2009 | 5 Replies
Should We Utilize Technology in the Music Classrooms?  Questions to Ask First.

Today, there is a lot of emphasis to utilize and incorporate “technology” into every classroom and integrate it into the daily instruction regardless of the academic subject. Incorporating technology into either the music or the “arts” classrooms is seemingly not as straightforward as some of the other academic subjects, but regardless of the academic subject, […]

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Using Skype In The Educational Setting; Skyping Experts Into The Classroom

| December 14, 2007 | 14 Replies
Using Skype In The Educational Setting; Skyping Experts Into The Classroom

Today was a ground breaking day at Mercer High School in Mercer, PA.  Today electronic technology met traditional teaching methods in Travis Weller’s 8th grade General Music Education Class.  Specifically, his class met song producer, writer, and music industry licensing expert Jason Davis, in his class through Skype.  Travis and I have been working on […]

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Educating The Non-Traditional Musician In The Classrooms, Podcast E9

| July 24, 2007 | Reply
Educating The Non-Traditional Musician In The Classrooms, Podcast E9

Educating The Non-Traditional Musician In The Classrooms, Podcast E9 Original Air Date: 7/24/2007 Podcasting Site: http://mustech.podomatic.com Website: http://www.mustech.net Podcasters:Joseph Pisano and Darren Morton Guest Podcaster: Owen Bradley Episode 9’s Show: The non-traditional musician Garage Bands Classroom education for non-musicians Alternate Ensembles Too many extra-curricular activities Mentos? [RSS] Subscribe to our Podcasts with Feedburner [RSS] Subscribe […]

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