In this episode:
My top tips for success when using technology in music education.
In today’s episode I have 7 tips for staying sane and surviving technology in the music classroom. In addition to the tips I’m going to give you an action step for each one – something you can try straight away.
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Resources and links mentioned
A big thank you to this episode’s sponsor SmartMusic – the learning platform that allows teachers to connect with students as they practice. The new SmartMusic is in the cloud so it works with the devices your students have today. Best of all you can use it for free.
Resources and links mentioned:
- Hook Theory
- Chrome Music Lab
- Google Apps for Education
- Midnight Music Community
- Music Teachers Group on Facebook
- Free webinar – Music Tech Lessons for Chromebooks, BYOD and Mixed Devices
- DAYTiME one-day conference series in Australia and New Zealand
- Australian Society of Music Educators national conference
- Midnight Music blog
- Guest posting on Midnight Music – apply here
- Cherie Herring’s blog
- Amy Burns’ blog
- Martin Emo’s blog
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Midnight Music Community: special rate for MTT podcast listeners
The Midnight Music Community (MMC) is an online space for music teachers interested in learning more about music technology. There are online courses, lesson plans and lots of other resources for Chromebooks, iPads, Macs and PCs. Professional development certificates are available for all training undertaken by MMC members and I am in the Community everyday, personally answering questions and offering advice to members.
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