The mobile app Intonatio is an educational application that will help music students and amateur musicians improve their intonation through lessons, games and audio… Continue
Added by Daniel Portillo on August 13, 2013 at 3:20am —
Today is a day to celebrate and pay tribute to this musical genius. Teachers, students, lovers of music, everyone, can take a journey back in time and meet Tchaikovsky in a way that will captivate all.
Pyotr Tchaikovsky led a somewhat troubled life, despite achieving immense success. He was undoubtedly one of the greatest composers of the Romantic Period. Why… Continue
Added by Marion Andersson on May 7, 2013 at 11:31pm —
Call for participation for music teachers to join the First Global Music TeachMeet Online Unlimited April Session 2012
Show your ideas, innovations, achievements in your work with students; exchange experience with colleagues ...
web site: http://musicteachmeetonline.wikispaces.com/
For more info…
Added by Maja Dakic-Brkovic on April 7, 2012 at 7:15am —
Music … it has so many therapeutic uses. From a soothing background in hospitals to a relaxing ambiance in restaurants.
But the use of music as a healing agent isn’t anything new. It’s been around since people started making music thousands of years ago.
And now, pianist and teacher Edward Weiss wants to spread that message.
Weiss owns and operates… Continue
Added by Edward on May 16, 2011 at 11:17am —
If you love music and have an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, you'll have fun exploring and experimenting with NodeBeat. As soon as I get my iPad, I plan to get this app! This would be a great asset for music educators, and at 99 cents, it is very affordable.… Continue
Added by Lynn Marentette on April 23, 2011 at 8:30am —
I created a set of high-definition videos for use on newer IWBs that I've found useful for students I work with who have autism spectrum disorders. I created shorter video clips for teachers to use in their lessons that also have a calming/relaxing effect on their students.
I'm in the process of experimenting with interactive video, using similar content.
Here is the link to my Classroom 2.0 video page:…
Added by Lynn Marentette on September 10, 2010 at 3:06pm —
I've written about it already: Music Education must shift (as most… Continue
Added by Andrew on May 26, 2010 at 5:58pm —
I recently spent an afternoon goofing around on youtube.com searching for Spanish and Latin American music to use with students. As much as I adore mariachis, Celia Cruz, Plaza Sésamo, and Marc Anthony, I… Continue
Added by Cassi Nespor on April 26, 2010 at 10:45pm —
Recently I posted about ways to use music in the classroom and a list of specific songs that can be used. This post is a follow up to that earlier… Continue
Added by Scott Habeeb on March 19, 2010 at 9:38am —
Spring Break is right around the corner (some have already began their mid-season vacations) and Kiwi put together a list of tips and faux pas for both students and parents to consider during their holiday. A simple Google search on 'Spring Break' will provide a myriad of pictures displaying both young guys and girls, half naked and doing things that I am sure most teachers and parents would not approve of. Of course not all kids and teens will engage in the typical MTV type Spring Break, but… Continue
Added by Kiwi Commons on March 16, 2010 at 1:30pm —
I have a severely disabled student in my music class. Great kid, very helpful, IQ around 50-60.
He has been using my iTouch and it seems to be working.
I would like him to be able to:
1. Do basic categories. Can he find a picture of a trombone by going to photos-instruments-trombone. Are there apps/games for categorizing?
2. Loud/soft, hi/low, fast/slow. All the basic music skills.
3. Any music related games, flashcards, etc...
4. Can we… Continue
Added by Brandt Schneider on December 12, 2009 at 6:10pm —
The above is a link to a recent post on my Interactive Multimedia Technology blog. The application looks fun!
Added by Lynn Marentette on August 9, 2009 at 8:40am —
As a middle school teacher, if I have learned anything about being an effective teacher, I have learned it's all about connection
. Not connection with 'the class' because there's no such thing as 'the class'. The connection(s) you must cultivate are those between you and each and every student.
Students will largely forget what you say to them but they will never forget how you made them feel. Connection offers the opportunity for you to build… Continue
Added by Andrew on June 10, 2009 at 8:54am —
You write the melody; collaborative music; who'd a thunk:
Added by Geoff St. Pierre on March 23, 2009 at 6:30pm —
Hi, my name is Grace Oh, and I head the education program for a company called Musicshake. Musicshake is a super-easy, user-friendly music making program that students can use to create their own music. We have over 550,000 different music blocks, and each block is an individual instrument sound, or sound effect, that is then mixed, matched, and layered to create your own original music.
We own all the copyrights to our music so we can grant our users the peace of mind of using… Continue
Added by Grace Oh on January 22, 2009 at 10:19am —
Here's the latest project in my Music Technology Class (8th Grade):
"You've been called to be the DJ for the dance on Friday. Create a playlist for the dance."
First, use online resources to find and listen to potential songs to be included.
Potential sources are Songza
, i-Tunes and Musicovery
Next, use MS Word… Continue
Added by Andrew on January 12, 2009 at 6:00pm —
ITunes DRM files include AAC, M4V and M4P. If you don't remove itunes DRM it’s impossible to play them on any Apple incompatible devices, like Zune, Creative Zen, PSP, mobile Phone, etc. This turns out really bad if you want to buy a new mp3 player which is not manufactured by Apple.
So, The way not to delete itunes DRM files, you could try some methods or programs that remove DRM off of the iTunes files. Please note that using programs might be illegal in the country where you are… Continue
Added by Scorpio on December 26, 2008 at 11:37pm —
By Alix E. Peshette Cross-posted from The Impetuous Geek The web is an expansive collection of the good, the bad and the ugly. Wouldn’t it be great if our students could search online in a safe environment? What if teachers could focus student searches towards specific resources? Sounds complicated and full of java scripts and html? Continue
Welcome to the happy collision of…
Added by Alix E. Peshette on December 5, 2008 at 3:00pm —
As a PowerPoint expert, I often receive a lot of PowerPoint question about sound. Here I pick out four typical questions and supply a solution for each question. Hope it helps you at the process of creating PowerPoint presentation.
All the solutions below is taking PowerPoint 2007 for example. PowerPoint 2003 is similar with it.
Question 1 -- How to insert multiple music to PowerPoint?
Steps: Insert a Sound File ( let the sound play… Continue
Added by SunnyY on October 9, 2008 at 10:25am —
Cross-posted from The Impetuous Geek
Everyone likes to find a terrific Web 2.0 tool or piece of free software that makes our digital lives easier. Often these little gems aren’t earth-shaking discoveries – they just make… Continue
Added by Alix E. Peshette on October 1, 2008 at 7:00pm —