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Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
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Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
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Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
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Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
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Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
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Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
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Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom
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Technology Supports for the Art and Music Classroom

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This presentation highlights many of the resources and strategies to utilize the Internet in the Art and Music classrooms

This presentation highlights many of the resources and strategies to utilize the Internet in the Art and Music classrooms

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    Throughout many centuries, the musical structure has had numerous modifications. We can observe the constant use of digits for convenience of notation of the music sounds, for example : digital organ bass, lute tablatures, guitar jazz ciphers. At nowadays the digital system of music teaching is absent in curriculum and is not applied in practice because of teacher's insufficient professional knowledge in the sphere of child's neurophysiology . The findings of our scientific investigations have permit us to understand the most delicate mechanisms of child’s mental activity and to detect new creative abilities.Application of the information technologies will help schoolmasters to improve the quality, speed and efficiency of music teaching for beginners. The scientific methods “Digital Music Grammar“ and “ Algorithm of Microcycles “ are dedicated to children on the development their intellectual and creative abilities.

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    • 1. Technology Integration for the Arts Internet and Beyond Steve Spengler [email_address] Coordinator of Educational Technology Colonial Intermediate Unit 20
    • 2. A Little Humor First… A wise schoolteacher sends this note to all parents on the first day of school: "If you promise not to believe everything your child says happens at school, I'll promise not to believe everything he says happens at home." Little Johnny had finished his summer vacation and gone back to school. Two days later his teacher phoned his mother to tell her that he was misbehaving. "Wait a minute," she said. "I had Johnny with me for three months and I never called you once when he misbehaved." Teacher: Where is your homework? Pupil: I lost it fighting this kid who said you weren't the best teacher in the school
    • 3. Evaluating Online Resources Exercise
      • Go to http://www.novemberlearning.com/
      • Click on “Resources”
      • Click on “Archive of Articles”
      • Click on “Featured Articles.”
      • Select “Teaching Zach to Think.”
      • Read the article.
      • Share your thoughts
      • Cyberguide for Content Evaluation
    • 4. The New Face of Learning http://www.edutopia.org/1648
    • 5. Online Automatic Citations http://citationmachine.net Hayes, Steven J. &quot;Basic Jokes for Teachers.&quot; Basic Jokes . 10 Oct. 2005 <http://www.basicjokes.com/dtitles.php?cid=154>.
    • 6. Topics
      • Internet-based learning applications
      • Strategies for Internet integration in the secondary classroom
      • Technologies other than the Internet
      • Putting it all together
      “ Working the Web for Education” and “What’s on the Web” by Tom March “ The Internet Connection: Exploring the Power of the Web as a Teaching Tool” by Educational Research Corporation
    • 7. Internet-based learning applications
    • 8. Learning Applications
      • Springboards
      • Lessons/online Tutorials
      • Tools
      • Reference resources
      • Information resources
      • Projects
      • Activities
    • 9. Springboards
      • Use media from the Internet as springboards to further discussion or lesson integration
      • Similar to cartoon on the overhead or beginning a lesson with a story
      • Discussion/lesson starters
      • Scenarios
      • Writing prompts [PSSA]
    • 10. What thought went into this piece? Who is this artist? Name the piece www.unitedstreaming.com
    • 11. They say that music is memorable…how does a song such as this help to remember the four oceans? Are there any other songs that help you to remember things? www.unitedstreaming.com
    • 12. www.wlvt.org
    • 13. UnitedStreaming.com www.unitedstreaming.com Art – Art Tango: Looking at Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa – Grades 3 - 5
    • 14. UnitedStreaming.com www.unitedstreaming.com Music – Every Note Counts: Instruments of the Orchestra – Grades 6 - 8
    • 15. UnitedStreaming.com www.unitedstreaming.com Lesson Plan Library – Writing Prompt Builder – Thematic Foci
    • 16. Feline Reactions to Bearded Men http://www.sree.net/stories/feline.html
    • 17. Feline Reactions to Bearded Men (UPDATED) http:// www.sree.net/stories/feline.html
    • 18. UnitedStreaming.com www.unitedstreaming.com
      • Go to www.unitedstreaming.com
      • Enter the username and password.
      • Passcodes – allow you to create an account on your own
      • Search via all different means!
      • Stream or Download
      Let’s explore UnitedStreaming
    • 19. Find a springboard for you!
      • Use www.UnitedStreaming.com
      • An image that can be used as a lesson starter
      • Scenario that can be used to kick-off your lesson
      • Either print it out or save it in your bookmarks
    • 20. Lessons/Online Tutorials
      • Target specific learner outcomes
      • Guide a user through instructional steps
      • May have feedback or checkpoints
      • Technically hard to create
      • Newer technologies allow for more
    • 21. The Artist’s Toolkit http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/
    • 22. A Dancer’s Journal http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/marthagraham/index.htm
    • 23. Playing with Shadows http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/shadowpuppets/artsedge.html
    • 24. Musical Timelines and Instruction http://www.emplive.org/exhibits/index.asp?categoryID=129
    • 25. Corridos sin Fronteras http://www.corridos.org/
    • 26. What types of tutorials or lessons are you looking for?
      • Go to www.nettrekker.com
      • Do a search for a keyword
      • Filter it down via
        • Lesson Plans
        • Learning Exercises
        • Learning Games
      • Print them out or save them in your bookmarks
    • 27. Tools
      • Require student input used to quickly generate output
      • Search engine is most used tool
      • Online databases
      • Teacher tools
      • Curricular tools
    • 28. K12 Teaching & Learning Center http://www.uen.org
    • 29. Make a Flake (timely) http://snowflakes.barkleyus.com/
    • 30. K12 Teaching & Learning Center http://www.k12tlc.org
    • 31. Classical Archives http://www.classicalarchives.com/
    • 32. Fact Monster http://www.factmonster.com
    • 33. Songs for Teaching http://www.songsforteaching.com/
    • 34. Smithsonian Research http://sirismm.si.edu/siris/saam.htm
    • 35. Kids Click! http://www.kidsclick.org/
    • 36. Biography Web Site http://www.biography.com
    • 37. PBS American Masters http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/
    • 38. About.com: Musicians http://musicians.about.com/
    • 39. What types of tutorials or lessons are you looking for?
      • Go to www.nettrekker.com
      • Do a search for a keyword
      • Filter it down via
        • Lesson Plans
        • Learning Exercises
        • Learning Games
      • Print them out or save them in your bookmarks
    • 40. Search via Standard…
    • 41. Information Resources
      • Collections of information
      • Experiences
      • Virtual fieldtrips
    • 42. Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Educators http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/
    • 43. THE Journal Educator’s Web Roadmap http://www.thejournal.com/highlights/roadmap/
    • 44. Virtual Museum of Japanese Arts http://web-jpn.org/museum/menu.html
    • 45. Virtual Fieldtrips for Kids http://www.virtual-field-trips.com/
    • 46. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art http://www.wadsworthatheneum.org/
    • 47. Microsoft Virtual Tours http://www.microsoft.com/education/inteachersvct.mspx
    • 48. The Lost Museum http://www.lostmuseum.cuny.edu
    • 49. Grotian Interactive Pianolina http://www.grotrian.de/spiel/e/info.html
    • 50. Smart Museum of Art - Chicago http://smartmuseum.uchicago.edu/smartkids/first.html
    • 51. Internet2 Activities and Videoconferencing
    • 52. Projects
      • Long-term interdisciplinary
        • Research
        • Reading
        • Writing
      • Long-term Web projects
        • GlobalSchool.net
        • KidLink
    • 53. Children of Dreams http://www.gsn.org/programs/dreams/lessonplan.html
    • 54. KidLink.org http://www.kidlink.org
    • 55. Activities
      • Online activities
        • WebQuests
        • Ideas/topic searches
      • Offline activities
        • Discussions
        • Debates
    • 56. WebQuests
      • Internet inquiry-based activities
      • “Online lesson plans”
      • Provide challenging task, scenario, or problem to solve
      • Provide resources for students
      • Summarizing activity is meant to synthesize prior learning
    • 57. The WebQuest Page http:// webquest.sdsu.edu /
    • 58. TechTrekkers WebQuests http:// www.techtrekers.com/webquests
    • 59. Kathy Schrock’s WebQuests http://school.discovery.com/schrockguide/webquest/webquest.html
    • 60. Best WebQuests http://bestwebquests.com/
    • 61. Strategies for Internet Integration
    • 62. Identify the Goal
      • Link to Web sites that you find useful
      • Create a page with the links
      • Students can use your list for guidance
      • Post your list on the Web to bookmark sites
      • Create a classroom page with favorite sites
    • 63. BackFlip http://www.backflip.com/
    • 64. Bookmark Tracker http:// www.bookmarktracker.com /
    • 65. Multimedia Scrapbook
      • Internet links to media
      • Students can discover artifacts on a topic
      • Students can download the items to be used in presentations
    • 66. Filamentality http://www.filamentality.com/wired/fil/index.html
    • 67. Mathematics Hotlist http://www.kn.sbc.com/wired/fil/pages/listmathmr48.html
    • 68. Exploring China http://www.filamentality.com/wired/China/scrapbook.html
    • 69. Treasure Hunts
      • Find Web sites that hold information
      • Pose one key question per page to define scope of topic
      • Include a culminating higher order thinking skills activity
    • 70. Black History Treasure Hunt http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/BHM/bh_hunt_quiz.html
    • 71. Subject Sampler
      • Prepare smaller variety of Web sites organized around a topic
      • Choose intriguing sites
      • Students are asked about their perspectives on topics, comparisons, etc.
    • 72. American Revolution Sampler http://oncampus.richmond.edu/academics/education/projects/samplers/revolution.html
    • 73. NASA: Centennial of Flight http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/projects/aero/centennial/sampler.html
    • 74. Some Additional Stuff…
    • 75. Podcasts: How to… http://www.how-to-podcast-tutorial.com
    • 76. Web 2.0
    • 77. Web 2.0
    • 78. Putting it Together
    • 79. How do I start?
      • With the end in mind
        • What is the intention?
        • What do I want the end result to be?
        • Focus on technology skills or production?
        • What end results will I facilitate?
      Kelly, Deidre, “The Year Ahead”, Classroom Connect, September 2000, p. 16.
    • 80. How do I start?
      • Set goals for you and your students
        • Teacher Goals:
          • I want to feel confident when my students speak about the Internet.
          • I want to learn how to use the Internet to find teacher materials.
          • I want to integrate the Internet into my curriculum.
      Kelly, Deidre, “The Year Ahead”, Classroom Connect, September 2000, p. 16.
    • 81. How do I start?
      • Set goals for you and your students
        • Student Goals:
          • I want my students to treat the Internet as a tool, not a toy.
          • I want my students to learn how to use the Internet as a publishing tool.
          • I want my students to learn how to use the Internet as a research tool.
      Kelly, Deidre, “The Year Ahead”, Classroom Connect, September 2000, p. 16.
    • 82. How do I start?
      • Look at current curriculum with an eye towards where it may be lacking
        • Do learners come out of the unit knowing enough information?
        • Are the students actively engaged?
        • Do they pursue higher-level thinking?
      • Create a Web-based activity for the learning aspect that you would revise anyway (WebQuest, Treasure Hunt…)
    • 83. How do I start?
      • Once you feel comfortable with the tools, you change YOUR way of thinking
      • Become creative and internalize the use of the tools
      • NETS ( http://cnets.iste.org )
        • National Educational Technology Standards for teachers and students
    • 84. Teaching and Learning
      • Carefully guided and structured
      • Learners are engaged
      • Students must understand exploration ( not playing around )
      • Students are investigating, asking questions, writing, etc.
      • Developing reading, writing, and thinking skills.
    • 85. Other Online Tools
      • PuzzleMaker: online puzzles
        • http://www.puzzlemaker.com
      • TrackStar: online lesson format
        • http://trackstar.hprtec.org/
      • QuizStar: online quizzes
        • http://quizstar.4teachers.org/
      • eBoard: easy posting of information
        • http://www3.eboard.com/
      • Filamentatility: creating activities
        • http://www.filamentality.com/wired/fil/index.html
    • 86. Technology Integration for the Arts Internet and Beyond Steve Spengler [email_address] Coordinator of Educational Technology Colonial Intermediate Unit 20

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