Sound Systems for the 21st-Century Classroom

Barbara Freedmanaudio, book, Internet, lessons, Music Technology Basics, Session Handouts, TMEA

My article, “Sound Systems for the 21st- Century Classroom” was featured in the November 2016 Texas Music Educators magazine Southwestern Musician. To see a pdf version of the article, click HERE.  Some of the items referenced in the article can be seen in the links below. The are examples of some of the products you can use in your classroom. Other … Read More

MENC Gets a New NAfME

Barbara FreedmanInternet, teaching1 Comment

As of September 1, 2011, the organization formerly known as Music Educators National Conference ( MENC) changed its name to National Association of Music Educators or NAfME. NAfME traces it’s roots back to 1907 when it was first called the Music Supervisors National Conference according to today’s press release ( NAfME sports a great looking new logo and some changes … Read More

Is Internet Filtering In Schools Censorship?

Barbara FreedmanInternet, Rant!, teaching3 Comments

This post was prompted from the following Tweet: Twitter March 26, 2010: @mbteach RT @NMHS_Principal: A simple fix for Internet censorship in schools The article referenced above was based on an interview of Craig Cunningham, a professor at National-Louis University by the author, Mitch Wagner, entitled,