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TITLE: HOW DO I GET STARTED WITH TECHNOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE OR HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC CLASSROOM? [FREE GUIDE]

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DATE: March 29, 2019

Curated from our good friend Katie Wardrobe at Midnight Music, Sydney Australia – Introduction and important tips This is a dessert buffet – don’t get sick! My friend and fellow educator Amy Burns – an elementary music teacher in New Jersey – frequently starts a workshop by saying “We’re going to cover a lot of things here today. Please think of this […]

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TITLE: Why Music Matters

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DATE: August 29, 2018

Jack Stamp – Music educators, you’ve gotta hear this!  Listen to Jack Stamp, giving one of the best examples of exactly why music education is so important and belongs in our schools. Dr. Jack Stamp is currently adjunct Professor of Music at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls where he teaches conducting. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Stamp served as Director […]

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TITLE: Managing Multiple Technology Platforms & Systems

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DATE: August 24, 2018

Peer J. Perry, D.M.A. – National Association for Music Educators – As you use more and more technology in your teaching, you might find yourself eventually intertwined in a technological web of software, hardware, apps, desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, interactive white boards (IWB), etc. As part of their functionality, these devices and applications interact with one another using a variety of […]

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