In this episode:
Today I welcome elementary music teacher Amy Burns to the Music Tech Teacher podcast. Amy teaches at Far Hills Country Day School in New Jersey and is a popular music educator who presents regularly at conferences. In this episode Amy talks about her current favourite tech tools for student collaboration, assessment and digital portfolios.
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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:
- Amy’s website
- MusTech.net blog
- Amy’s “Help! I Am An Elementary Music Teacher” free ebook series
- Music Ace
- See Saw
- Google Apps for Education
- GarageBand app for iPad
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