Useful tips on how to be successful if you are forced into teaching online during this coronavirus outbreak. Here are six easy steps that teachers of all subjects can use to help them through this process of starting to deliver their instruction online.
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
I decided to do an experiment with my Introduction to Electronic Music classes. I created an entire unit that I would give very little “live” explanation about the assignments but provided students with detailed assignment sheets, complete with graphics, and corresponding video explaining and demonstrating how to do each assignment in the software. All the teaching and work would be done in class just as always except, this time, they would be listening and watching me explain and demonstrate via video screen-cast. The unit I chose was the Final Project. Suffice to say, things are much better than expected!
The newest course from MusicEdTech, Teaching Music with GarageBand is now being offered online. Course begins June 16, 2012 and runs in the Accelerated Format for five (5) weeks. Three (3) Graduate credits are available. For more information, click here. To register for this course, click here.
Handouts for 2012 conferences.
When classroom chaos can’t be helped or controlled via traditional means, enter the Facebook and Apple’s Remote Desktop.