From Albinoni to Animoto: Use of Web 2.0 in the Music Classroom and beyond
by Nicholas Cowall on Apr 08, 2011
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"From Albinoni to Animoto: Use of Web 2.0 in the Music Classroom and beyond " ...
"From Albinoni to Animoto: Use of Web 2.0 in the Music Classroom and beyond "
Web 2.0 technologies in the music classroom offer powerful and diverse options for learners to interact, create content, and assess the outcomes of the learning process. Blended learning environments which combine online as well as face-to-face instructional settings can provide more differentiated learning opportunities as well as rich options for assessment and performance.
This workshop will introduce participants to a number web 2.0 technologies that can be used in music classrooms, ensembles or in the general promotion of your music department within the school and wider community.
The tools to be covered over the two sessions include:
Animoto, Aviary, Awesome Highlighter,Blank stave, CC Mixter, Classtoolsnet, Random name picker, Countdown timer, Online alarm clock, Bomb Timer, Diigo, Dropbox, Flickr, Fodey, Free Sheet Music Downloads, Grooveshark, Incredibox, Internet Archive, Inudge, Keepvid,Music Theory sites, MusicPLN.org - Professional Learning Network for Music Teachers, Muscore, Notefligh, P-Plate Piano, Prezi, Seaquence, Free SFX, Skype, Stavenotes, Survey Monkey, Tagxedo, TEDTalks, Twitter, Useful Music Technology Web pages, Virtual Instrument Museum, Voki, Wordle, Yarp,,YouTube, Zamzar.
This presentation was given at MTEC2011: Music Technology in Education Conference
11 - 13 April 2011
MLC School, Sydney, NSW Australia
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