At this time of year, I often see an increase in student art projects shared on social media. Creating artwork that represents student learning can be a great project in any subject.
Something I saw a music teacher share years ago was soundwave art – a visual representation of a soundwave that had been printed out and added to a picture, but the best part was that it wasn’t any old random soundwave – it was an actual picture of a recording of the student’s voice.
Find out how you can do this fun project with your students!
Links and resources
- How to Make Your Own Soundwave Art
- QR code free training webinar (with PD certificate)
- Record me a message: say hello or ask a question
- Free live monthly training: Register here.
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Looking for More Resources for Music Teachers?
Hello! I’m Katie Wardrobe – an Australian music technology trainer and consultant with a passion for helping music teachers through my business Midnight Music.
I’m a qualified teacher but no, I don’t currently teach in a school. I help teachers through my online professional development space – the Midnight Music Community – where there are tutorial videos, courses, links and downloadable resources.
I like to focus on easy ways to incorporate technology into what you are already doing in your music curriculum through a range of creative projects. I also run live workshops and have presented at countless conferences and other music education events.
If you want simple, effective ideas for using technology in music education, I would LOVE to help you inside the Midnight Music Community.