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Music Tech Summer Camps

Some summer camp projects that have engaged kids using technology in a creative way. Multimedia projects using GarageBand and iPads include information about my Digital Music Workshop (Podcasting), iPad Creativity Camp, and Zombie Soundtrack Camp.

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2013 NCMEA Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – 11/9/13

 

Confessions of a Music Tech Teacher: Starting a Music Technology Class in Your School

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Learn about the possibilities available to you through starting a music technology component as part of your music program. Attract a wider body of students and engage them in project-based learning. Discover the how, why, and what of taking the next step.

2012 TI:ME/JEN Conference, Louisville, KY – 1/6/12
2011 NCMEA Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – 11/12/11

 

GarageBand 101

An overview of Apple’s GarageBand for music educators at all levels. Beginner tips and classroom projects that work.

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2011 NCMEA Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – 11/12/11

 

Facebook and Social Media: Inside (and Outside) your Classroom

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Your students hang out on Facebook all the time, so why not join them? Learn how to use social networks safely and creatively to enhance teaching and learning. Post videos; promote concerts and events; share educational websites; increase student interest in your music program. Sound good? Come and see what else you can do on Facebook and other social media websites for free and with a small time commitment.

2012 TI:ME/JEN Conference, Louisville, KY – 1/6/12
2011 TI:ME National Conference/OMEA, Cincinnati, OH – 1/27/11

 

TI:ME: What Can It Do For Your Music Classroom?

The official launch of the North Carolina chapter of TI:ME (Technology Institute for Music Educators). Come and discover what TI:ME can do for you as a music educator in North Carolina. Learn about the various resources available to TI:ME members, including the website members area with lesson plans, professional development courses, publications, conferences, research, grant information, and more.

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2011 NCMEA Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – 11/13/11
2010 NCMEA Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – 11/8/10

 

The Musical Capabilities of the iPhone

An overview of the iPhone/iPod Touch as a tool in music creation and music education. Applications range from electronic instruments, to interactive theory training, and composition software. Many of your students already own one of these devices; learn how to include some new ideas into your music program.

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2011 TI:ME National Conference/OMEA, Cincinnati, OH – 1/27/11
2010 NCMEA Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – Saturday, 11/6/10
2010 TI:ME National Conference, East Brunswick, NJ  – 2/18/10

 

One Computer and a Microphone: Technology as a Mirror in the Music Classroom

No computer music lab yet? Well, see what amazing results you can get using just one computer in the classroom. Students will finally understand those rhythmic concepts you tried so hard to explain when they hear themselves playing back through the speakers. Learn how to integrate creative recording techniques to enhance theoretical ideas—the students will notice the difference!

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2011 NCMEA Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – 11/12/11
2010 NCMEA Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – 11/08/10

2009 TI:ME Music Technology Conference, San Antonio, TX  – 2/12/09

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