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This generation is called by many names, but one thing is undeniable: today’s student is quite different from those of the past....

This generation is called by many names, but one thing is undeniable: today’s student is quite different from those of the past.

When it comes to technology, the student knows more than the teacher. This backwards relationship causes frustration in many; they choose to “opt out” of technology instead of embracing it as a tool for becoming more effective.

The purpose of this presentation is to help today's music educator catch up to their students. By mastering these tools and strategies, today's music educator can become more proficient in critical aspects of their job:

● Communication with students, parents, and the local community
● organization and management of the choral program
● staying current in the profession

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  • our world has changed - and we better get used to it\n
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  • Mark Presnsky calls these students digital natives - technology is like air to them - they grew up in it and are extremely comfortable functioning in this new world of gadgets\n
  • we are the digital immigrants\n
  • we are coming to this new world late - and like most immigrants, we have a certain accent that is easily discernible to the digital native - it is an accent we are unlikely to shape and immediately perceptible to the digital native.\n
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  • TED began in 1984 as a conference that brought professionals together from three different worlds: Technology, Entertainment, and Design. Their motto is “ideas worth spreading” and the website features brilliant people speaking in 18-minute segments about exciting developments in science, design, and the arts. \n\nThe goal of the foundation is to foster the spread of great ideas. \n \n\n
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Technology for 21st century music educator - TULSA Technology for 21st century music educator - TULSA Presentation Transcript

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  • today’s students are no longer thepeople our educational system was designed to teach -mark prensky
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  • do you knowmore than yourstudents about technology?
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  • Purpose of this presentation help you engage with technology in a way thatbenefits you, your program, and the profession of music education
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