Rhythmic dictation is a section of the VCE exam that is done poorly by many students. These session notes aim to provide students and teachers with tools to improve dictation skills using the iPad app "Rhythm Expert".
This document provides steps to create harmonisation on an iPad with the use of Garageband, there's information about adding your harmonies, saving the pieces and extension activities.
Enhance your teaching and learning, planning and student data collection. iDoceo is great for every music classroom as it is an electronic mark book and roll, calendar, lesson planner, resource centre and timetable – all in one place! Search this document for more information about this extremely beneficial application.
iPad's as an IWB, relmotely control your laptop, display iPad screen via Airplay, Dropbox & Airdrop, using pages as a tool for your teaching, pages and QR codes: interactive posters, book creator, signature ringtones ipad unit are some of the topics dicussed in this document in order to help students work more creatively in the classroom with technology.
This summary document explores the possibility of using the software as a tool for learning basic musical elements such as rhythm, harmony, melody, texture and structure in greater depth. This approach, therefore, aims to encourage critical listening and original composition.
In the first half of the presentation, Dr Nelson Wu focusses on how to use Garageband
to encourage students to engage with basic musical elements through two composition tasks. In the second half , Mr Andrew Small discusses how to use visuals to aid composition.
This document provides a brief overview of what is involved in podcasting, what you need to do it, and some examples of how it can be incorporated into various aspects of the music and broader curriculum.
This extensive document contains a range of diverse projects designed by Antony Hubmayer for effective music creation using Garage Band in the Classroom. It covers the musical and technical focus and assessment of projects, and is a step by step guide, including many screen captures to assist.
Music Creation Using Garage Band is designed to guide upper primary and secondary school learners through engaging tasks that focus upon developing musical understanding and creativity while introducing software specific music technology skills. They are designed for people with fundamental music technology skills and are suitable for individual instruction or for whole-class upper primary and secondary school students. Other than headphones, no special music workstation is required (a MIDI keyboard is optional).
This document demonstrates how to use GarageBand, an easy-to use, yet very powerful program, in the general music classroom to teach many musical skills and concepts along with providing basic skills in using music software. The key to working with music technology programs is the design of the curriculum. Most students are quite familiar with computers and can dive right in and figure out how to operate a program like GarageBand. That means step-by-step instruction is out. Instead consider project-based learning. A well-designed project will guide students to develop skills and concepts in such a way that they will retain the information. Sample projects, short cuts, and a short section on assessment are included.
Make your life easier, for no cost. So you want to cut down on the time you spend at your desk and more time working with your students. Cloud computing and Web 2.0 technology to the rescue. This document outlines a number of ways to build these practices into your teaching.