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Top 5 Interactive Generative Music sites Have you ever stumbled upon those interactive little places on the internet, that let you toy around with totally random sounds and images and generate your own tunes, for no good reason? These interactive generative music sites can leave you feeling surprised, delighted and strangely art-satisfied. The experimental interfaces of these sites approach the interplay of digital sounds and visual arts in a completely innovative way. This is art. But the pedestal it deserves is nowhere to be found… Submarine Channel filters out the best expressions of this underrated digital art form in this top 5.
Mid-Week Lesson: Groove Pizza with We Will Rock You - Music & Technology -MusTech.NetMusic & Technology -MusTech.Net On Tuesday, The US Education Secretary, John B. King Jr., displayed a curriculum that integrates math, music, and science lessons together. In attendance was legendary musician and composer Herbie Hancock, who is also the chairman of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, which has developed MathScienceMusic.org, a website that was displayed and showed teachers resources and apps to use music as a vehicle to teach other academic lessons for math and science. At MathScienceMusic.org, there are several websites, resources, and apps that can enhance integration of science and math into music class, but still keeping the subject of music intact. For those music educators who have done this for years, this is another resource that you can use in the music classroom to enhance the teaching of rhythms, improvisation, and more.
Why Use Digital Badges with Kids in Your Classroom About ETR Community EdTechReview (ETR) is a community of and for everyone involved in education technology to connect and collaborate both online and offline to discover, learn, utilize and share about the best ways technology can improve learning, teaching, and leading in the 21st century. EdTechReview spreads awareness on education technology and its role in 21st century education through best research and practices of using technology in education, and by facilitating events, training, professional development, and consultation in its adoption and implementation.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A New Google Tool for Music Teachers October 6, 2016 Google’s popular app Science Journal has recently added an interesting feature called Light Instruments which is basically an activity that enables students ‘to design and build a musical instrument played by changing the light that reaches it’. the instruments are constructed from light sensors connected to external bluetooth devices which ‘when connected to the Science Journal app, will shoe the sensor’s value and change as the levels of light do, and produce different notes through the graph signification’. More importantly, students with visual impairment can now use the app to easily translate graphs into musical notes. Commenting on this new feature, Google states that When they first shared this feature with their partners at the Exploratorium, ‘they saw more than an accessibility tool for users with low vision. Watch the video below to learn more about Light Instruments
Video & Multimedia Food Facts Videos and fact sheets to help you make informed decisions about the food you eat. Topics include Food Safety Tips for Packing School Lunch; How to Read Food Labels; What Do you Know About Organic Foods; and Everything You've Wanted to Know About Milk. Discovery Education Discovery Education, IFT, and the IFT Foundation have partnered to develop this unique program, designed to introduce high school students, teachers, counselors, and parents to the remarkable world of food science and technology, and the exciting career opportunities in the field. The Great Food Fight This 13-minute online video presents food safety information to all ages. Food Safety Music Site With a few clicks you'll be on your way learning about food safety through song and video. From Concept to Consumer A 20-minute online video about developing and marketing a new food product.
Zero to Maestro: Your Kid's Music Skills Will Blossom with these Amazing Tools Share this post: Most kids love listening to music, as well as making their own. Music can be good for your kid’s mood, concentration, stress levels and cognition, and creating music is a great way to exercise a growing mind. Learning an instrument also teaches kids the value of practice, and gives them a valuable way to express themselves creatively. When I was a kid, there were two main ways to learn an instrument: Either you stumbled across an instrument that you liked and taught yourself, or you trundled along week after week to a music teacher who drummed your scales into you. These days, kids have access to a wonderful range of tools and technologies that can help them develop an interest in music, learn to play an instrument, and understand music theory and composition.
NOTES: TMEA 2016 NOTES: TMEA 2016Katie2016-05-01T17:47:45+00:00 TMEA 2016 – Welcome! Hello and thanks for coming along to my session/s at TMEA. Number Frames for iPad and the Web Number Frames help students structure numbers to five, ten, twenty, and one hundred. Students use the frames to count, represent, compare, and compute with numbers in a particular range. The frames help students see quantities as equal groups of other quantities and in relation to benchmark quantities.