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Successful musical rehearsal skills must be implemented by performing musicians. We, as teachers, need to provide opportunities for successful skill and knowledge “rehearsal” to insure long-lasting …

Successful musical rehearsal skills must be implemented by performing musicians. We, as teachers, need to provide opportunities for successful skill and knowledge “rehearsal” to insure long-lasting retention and achievement of our National and State Music Standards, as well as, our districts’ music curricula. Student engagement, visual and aural reinforcement, and intrinsic motivation are just some of the benefits of systematic, technology integration in our music classrooms. But teachers also benefit by reducing their administrative obligations, enjoying new forms of collaborative possibilities, and opportunities for teacher growth. Think of the “UNLIMITED” opportunities ahead for your student and for you, as you boost your teaching effective-ness, while “Integrating Technology with Music Instruction.”

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  • 1. Teaching music is like♫We try to get them to their destination (of musical achievement) without losing any of them.♫Sometimes you suffer a few scratches…and♫You have to keep the classroom door closed… one might get away.
  • 2. Integrating Technology with Music Instruction or Cat Herding 2.0
  • 3. promote understanding and learning over timeUnderstand
  • 4. Understand
  • 5. Understand
  • 6. Understand
  • 7. ESSENTIAL SKILLSUnderstand
  • 8. National standards
  • 9. ♫ technology usage♫ learning assistance National Standards
  • 10. ♫ Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity ♫ Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments ♫ Model Digital-Age Work and Learning ♫ Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and ResponsibilityTeachers’ ♫ Engage in Professional Growth andstandards: Leadership National Standards
  • 11. ♫ Creativity and Innovation ♫ Communication and Collaboration ♫ Research and Information Fluency ♫ Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making ♫ Digital CitizenshipStudents’ ♫ Technology Operations andstandards: Concepts National Standards
  • 12. Benchmarks for:♫ how and what we teach♫ how our districts’ music curricula are designed♫ how we study musical performance, creation, evaluation, history, and connect to music National Standards
  • 13. ♫ Integration of the NETS: Creativity and Innovation Communication and Collaboration Research and Information Fluency Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making Technology Operations and ConceptsStandards 1-5: PERFORMANCE(singing, playing, improvising,composing/arranging, & reading) National Standards
  • 14. ♫ Guided Practice ♫ Real world♫ Record and edit ♫ preview -plan♫ Digital accompaniments ♫ Compose/Arrange alfred-music.com National Standards
  • 15. ♫ MP3 players – “Youtube” (Fire Wall) ♫ Mastering Music – speak the “LANGUAGE” (intervals, scales, tonality, dynamics, clefs, and chord inversions) ♫ Wikis/Blogs – describe digitally6. Listening to, analyzing, and describing music. National Standards
  • 16. ♫ Pod/Vodcasts: professional/amateur critics ♫ Audio/Video Posts/DVDs ♫ Blogs7. Evaluating music and music performances. National Standards
  • 17. ♫ freeplaymusic.com  supporting background music  theme songs8. Understanding relationshipsbetween music, the other arts, anddisciplines outside the arts. National Standards
  • 18. ♫ Internet: Information, Audio, Pictures♫ Multimedia Presentations: Instruction/Assessment 9. Understanding music in relation to history and culture. National Standards
  • 19. Examples from the Florida State Music Standards: Advanced level♫ The student uses technological tools to research music,musicians, careers, historical periods, and interdisciplinaryconnections.♫ The student creates a simple musical work using a variety oftechnological tools with increased competency.♫ The student uses technology for self-assessment andauditions.♫ The student creates an electronic portfolio thatdemonstrates a variety of musical skills and accomplishments National Standards
  • 20. ♫ Strong foundation ♫ Required rehearsalNational standards
  • 21. How do we judge intelligence?Literacy
  • 22. ♫ Good readers = Good “Test-takers”♫ Quality Software: written instructions Literacy
  • 23. Instruction that targets the thinking that occurs during reading supports:Literacy
  • 24. Developing vocabulary is essential for reading comprehension LiteracyVISUAL & AURAL EXAMPLES
  • 25. ♫ Notation Software/Internet Sites: Addition practice decoding music ♫ Student can synthesize their knowledge by composing new productsLiteracy
  • 26. ♫ to understand music ♫ to write music of their own ♫ assignment templates ♫ Tutorial videos ♫ activities ♫ examplesLiteracy
  • 27. Skills for written language &notation can be rehearsed,reviewed, and retained usingquality software and internetsites.Literacy
  • 28. Whole group/individual: ♫ internet sites ♫ quality software ♫ peer observation/coaching ♫ multimedia presentationsInstruction
  • 29. ♫ Identify skills which are ESSENTIAL ♫ create music curriculum ♫ identify technology applicationsInstruction
  • 30. ♫Shared Drive add to/revise/use
  • 31. WHOLE GROUP INSTRUCTION♫ Demonstration♫ ObservationInstruction
  • 32. ♫ Novel Approaches♫ Clear Examples THE TWO MOST EFFECTIVE LEARNING PATHWAYS: Visual & Aural Instruction
  • 33. Instruction
  • 34. QUALITY SOFTWARE & INTERNET ACTIVITIES USE APPROPRIATE MODELS OF REAL TONE QUALITY FOR DEMONSTRATION AND ACTIVITIES: ♫Pitch ♫Tone ♫Rhythm ♫TimbreInstruction
  • 35. Essential SkillsLearning Pathways Essential SkillsInstruction Visual Aural
  • 36. Motivation
  • 37. Motivation
  • 38. “If students see where you’re going, they’re more likely to go with you.”Motivation
  • 39. ♫ generate interest♫ check for understanding♫ assess their progress. Motivation
  • 40. its.leesummit.k12.mo.us/gameresources.htmAssessment the“easy way”Motivation
  • 41. ♫ Digital photography  Administrators  TeachersMotivation
  • 42. Motivation
  • 43. Individual
  • 44. IndividualQuestion/Answer dataAuthentic Assessment♫ Composition♫ Improvisation♫ Reading
  • 45. Individual♫ Web Page Activities♫ Technology driven projects Choices = Student Interest
  • 46. Individual♫ IEP
  • 47. Individual
  • 48. Individual♫Test/retest  skill mastery  modification Sight-reading Pitch Rhythm
  • 49. Individual♫Remembers  readiness  understanding Sight-reading Pitch Rhythm
  • 50. Individual♫Independent  remediation  enrichment Sight-reading Pitch Rhythm
  • 51. ♫ Focused  limited internet access  links
  • 52. ♫ assess individual students’ understanding♫ support students with disabilities♫ allows each student to work at their ownpace and ability level♫ provide limited choices for activitiesIndividual
  • 53.  enhance individual and whole group instruction simplify teacher administrative duties support student musical performance to engage students in learning Tools
  • 54. Tools♫Attendance♫Grading♫Study Guides
  • 55. Tools
  • 56. Tools
  • 57. Work Smarter and FasterTools
  • 58. ♫ enhance individual and whole group instruction♫ simplify teacher administrative duties♫ support student musical performance♫ *to engage students in learning*Engage
  • 59. Engage
  • 60. Engage
  • 61. Engage
  • 62. SimultaneouslyEngage
  • 63. Focus on the LearnerDifferentiate
  • 64. ♫ Advanced ♫ Average ♫ RemedialDifferentiate
  • 65. ♫ Visual ♫ Aural ♫ KinestheticDifferentiate
  • 66. ♫ Computer ♫ Keyboard ♫ MP3 PlayerDifferentiate
  • 67. Differentiate
  • 68. Differentiate
  • 69. ♫ Learning Styles ♫ Readiness LevelsDifferentiate
  • 70. Understanding
  • 71. NationalStandards
  • 72. Literacy
  • 73. Instruction
  • 74. Motivation
  • 75. Individual
  • 76. Tools
  • 77. Engage
  • 78. Differentiate
  • 79. Your herd of music students will be dancing for joy!