El sueño de una noche de verano. 30 iPad Apps for Music Teachers. February, 2014 I just noticed that it has been a year since my last list of iPad apps for teaching music.
Several new interesting music apps have seen the light since then and therefore I decided to create another more comprehensive list of some of the best iPad apps for teaching music to give music teachers more options to choose from. 1- Garage Band GarageBand turns your iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch into a collection of Touch Instruments and a full-featured recording studio — so you can make music anywhere you go. Use Multi-Touch gestures to play a piano, organ, guitar, and drums. 2- forScore forScore has an arsenal of tools ready to help you turn practice into performance. 3- Symphony Pro Symphony Pro lets you compose complex orchestrations, lead sheets, chord charts, and guitar tabs on the iPad and instantly hear them played back. 4- Singing Fingers Singing Fingers lets you fingerpaint with sound. 5- Sound Drop Draw lines and watch as Soundrop uses them to create music!
7- Avid Scorch. 14 Ways to Use Garageband in the Classroom. Garageband is a great app that I think any student or teacher using an iPad should consider buying.
It is a multi-track audio editing app that is as robust as you will ever need (unless of course you teach audio production). Later this week I will be posting a new page full of Garageband resources for teachers, students and learning. For now, you can get your brain juices flowing by reading the list below, watching the embeded ‘how to’ videos, and then go start playing with Garageband yourself! Download Garageband from iTunes here. 1) Create Soundtracks/Scores to Your iMovie Project – if you’re not already making iMovie projects with your students, you should read ’13 Ways To Use iMovie in the Classroom‘. 2) Teaching Dance in PhysEd - Dance is sometimes a difficult unit to teach because students aren’t interested or are embarrased or just to shy. 3) Podcasts – Use garageband to create podcasts.
Check Out This Introduction to Garageband Video Learn About Jam Session for GarageBand. iPad Apps. Many years ago, when I was completing my doctorate, one of the professors at my (first) oral examination asked me, “What are you doing with your choirs for sight-reading?”
I have always taught sight-reading in some form or another (currently, I use the iPad, as we do one exercise each day from “Sing at First Sight” via SmartMusic as a class), so it was very easy to answer that question. Then the professor said, “Great. Now how are you teaching dictation?” I wasn’t. I think very few of us do. I liked the challenge of dictation at the college level, although it wasn’t a skill I (or seemingly any other student, other than the kid with perfect pitch) was good at.
With that question from the professor, I decided to start including dictation with my choirs, and I have continued to do so over the years at the high school level. Well, I’m teaching middle school now. Yes. Students took out their iPads and went to NotateMe Now (free version). Afterwards, I put the answer up on the screen. Cómo generar ambientes positivos y motivantes en el aula. Galanti, Antonella M.
Resumen: Se presenta en este escrito a la educación como uno de los principales agentes de cambio para construir una sociedad mejor. A través de un enfoque positivo se plantea cómo generar ambientes motivantes en las aulas que promuevan el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje, que favorezcan el desarrollo personal y emocional de los alumnos, y que los inspire a dar lo mejor de si mismos. Cuál es el rol del educador del siglo XXI, planteando que es fundamental no solo transmitir nuevos conocimientos sino también que estos vayan acompañados de espacios áulicos donde se fomente la empatía, la cooperación, la flexibilidad, la creatividad, el compromiso, el sentido de pertenencia, la innovación y el aprendizaje en acción.
Los mejores ambientes de aprendizaje generan espacios donde los alumnos tienen la oportunidad de desarrollar su potencial. Palabras claves: práctica pedagógica – espacio áulico – rol docente. La persona no solo es razón, es además emoción e intuición. 2. 3. Galería de recursos educativos en Español, página 1.