Music Tech Teacher podcast episodes and announcements
How to scan sheet music
Scanning music can turn your paper music library into a portable digital library that’s with you at all times. It can also help you get notes into a notation software program like Sibelius, Finale, Noteflight or MuseScore super-fast. But what exactly is the process? I’ll share the step-by-step process, my tips […]
19 Ways To Use A Single iPad in the Music Classroom
What if you don’t have access to multiple iPads in the music classroom? What can you do with just a single iPad?
As it turns out – quite a lot! I’ll discuss some of the ways you can use your own iPad with your students, […]
4 Fun formative assessment tools for music educators
There are many times during the school year where you need to assess the progress or understanding of students in your classes, but with the technology tools available these days that process can be fun for both you and your students.
I talk about 4 different formative assessment tools […]
How I arranged a song using only my iPhone
I recently arranged a song sitting at my keyboard and realised afterwards that I had only used the resources available to me on my iPhone (which I was holding at the time!).
Using a small number of apps on my phone, I worked out lyrics, chords, song […]
Learning on-the-go: why I love podcasts for free professional development and inspiration
In this episode of the MTT podcast, I talk about why podcasts have been one of the best sources of education and inspiration for me over the past 8 years and why I think they are an effective and convenient way to learn.
Introducing the Music Tech Teacher Podcast!
I’m happy to announce that I’ve been working on a new project lately – a new podcast, especially for music teachers who would like to learn more about using technology in music education.
Podcasts are one of my favourite ways to consume information and I’ve been listening to them for around 8 […]