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  1. 1. Technology in Music and Art Instruction Brittany Cothron Jana Hergert Michael Kudulis Teri Mills Maria Raya
  2. 2. Key Points Electronic Device Incorporation Technology Productivity Tools Multimedia Tools in Music Multimedia Tools in Art Adaptive/assistive Devices Appropriate use of Technology Copyright Laws WebQuest Instructional Software Teleresearch/telecommunication Rubrics Integration Idea
  3. 3. Electronic Device Incorporation Students can use scanners to scan their own artwork or music to create a web-based portfolio of their work, using PowerPoint. Students and teachers can use digital camera to take pictures of art work and then create a virtual tour for others to view Students and teachers can use Garage band, which is a software that allows students to create and compose music or podcasts. Users can create, edit, and mix music however they want and can then share their creations. Students can use Photoshop to create Impressionist artwork by taking pictures around the school and editing and manipulating the photos. In this lesson students will study and understand of the impressionist-era work and learn to use Photoshop techniques to create their artwork. Students can use software to create comic strips and then use cameras and scanner to create comic strips on the computer.
  4. 4. Technology! MIDI Musical Instrument Digital Interface keyboard can be used to compose and share music. With music software like Finalemusic, students can find links to pages to find and print music that they want to use. Students can take virtual fieldtrips to art or music museums that they may not be able to visit. Students can create a classroom website to display their art and music projects. Each student can contribute to the site and help maintain it. They can provide information and links to many other sites related to the arts. Students and teachers can use Practice Music software and sites to get self-paced practice developing the skills needed to understand music and its history.
  5. 5. Productivity Tools There are endless resources for teachers and students on the Internet to increase productivity in the classroom. You can find lesson plans, games, worksheets, and webcasts for the art and music classroom. Google apps for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations. Teachers can find lesson plans and activities for music and art on lessonplanet.com. use web2.0 to find tools and lessons for the classroom. Students and teachers can use Lesson Plan central to access lesson plans, webquests, worksheets, student links and clipart. Teachers and students can use Music Tech Teacher to find lessons, games, quizzes, and links for the music classroom.
  6. 6. Multimedia Tools in Music Instructional Software (for teaching music skills) e.g. Practical Musica Music Production Software (programs that facilitate music composition, recording and performance) e.g. Apple’s Garage Band, or Music Ace’s “Doodle Pad”, Smart Music, Finale, or Sibeleus
  7. 7. Multimedia Tools in Art Using teaching examples and materials e.g. teacher created PowerPoint, or Apple’s Keynote Producing digitalized images e.g. digital cameras, scanners, camcorders, fotofinish.com, Kidpix, Adobe’s Photoshop Elements Graphic Design & 3-D modeling e.g. Adobe’s Photoshop, Morpheus software Desktop publishing with graphics e.g. Adobe’s Photoshop Virtual fieldtrips http://www.louvre.frlanglais/viste/vis_f.htm http://artic.edu/ Creating movies e.g. Apples’s iMovie, Arc Soft’s Video Impression, and Microsoft’s Movie Maker
  8. 8. Adaptive/assistive Devices Voice recognition software Alternative keyboards Artist Brush/Tool Grip Adaptation Quick Draw paper Temple Switch
  9. 9. Appropriate use of Technology Teach students to cite sources and request permission to use information, images, or other sourced materials. Review what is plagiarism as it relates to music and art design and production. Carefully monitor students when accessing images used in art instruction. Protect from pornography, while allowing important artworks t be visible and accessible to students. Review Digital citizenship’s nine areas of behavior: Etiquette Communication Education Access Commerce Responsibility Rights Safety Security
  10. 10. Follow Copyright Laws Teach students to cite sources and request permission to use information, images, or other sourced materials. Review what is plagiarism as it relates to music and art design and production. Carefully monitor students when accessing images used in art instruction. Protect from pornography, while allowing important artworks t be visible and accessible to students.
  11. 11. Copyright Cont’d Review Digital citizenship’s nine areas of behavior: Etiquette Communication Education Access Commerce Responsibility Rights Safety Security http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/uploads/1stll.pdf
  12. 12. WebQuest Examples Color Mixing http://questgarden.com/110/28/1/101003145616/ This is a WebQuest that uses the book Mouse Paint by Ellen Stoll Walsh to examine how mixing primary colors creates secondary colors. Artists Among Us! http://questgarden.com/82/34/8/100530161552/ This WebQuest is designed for kindergarten students to explore the world of Art, and learn about different ways to create art. They will learn to differentiate between clay, crayons, markers, and paint.
  13. 13. WebQuest Examples Cont’d The "Z-box" Music Co researches music cultures http://questgarden.com/95/84/0/100209094640/ This WebQuest is designed to acquaint the student with African, Mexican and Chinese music and dance. Inspiring Young Artists http://questgarden.com/110/76/7/101012192736/ This WebQuest is designed around the idea that the students have been hired to paint a scene from nature for the grand opening of the Fine Arts Center in your downtown area.
  14. 14. WebQuest Cont’d The History of Stained Glass http://questgarden.com/110/18/4/101001215006/ This WebQuest is designed to have students learn about the origin of stained glass and then create stained glass candy corn.
  15. 15. Instructional Software Practica Musica Textbook/cd (4 courses) Music Ace Beginning music students Music Ace 2 Compliment to Music Ace Music Ace Deluxe Basic music theory (36 lessons) Music Ace Maestro Combination of Music Ace & Music Ace 2 with educator tools
  16. 16. Teleresearch/telecommunication Skype AOL Instant messenger Cisco E-mail I chat
  17. 17. Rubrics Art Rubric http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/art_ rubric3.htm This is a general rubric that can be used for Art classes. This is not topic or project specific. Student Assessment Rubric http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/fina lgrade.htm This is a rubric that teachers can use to allow students to self reflect and assess their work.
  18. 18. Rubrics Cont’d Artwork Assessment Form http://www.goshen.edu/art/ed/rubric2.html This is a rubric that is very specific in its criteria for grading but can be used to grade any artwork project. General Participation Rubric http://www.teach-nology.com/cgi-bin/teamwork.cgi This is a general participation rubric that could be used in any subject. Rubric for classroom notebook http://teachers.teach-nology.com/cgi-bin/notebook.cgi This is a rubric that can be used in any subject to grade a classroom notebook on organization, neatness, etc.
  19. 19. Integration Idea Orchestrating an OrchestraIn this WebQuest, students explore the various instruments that make up an orchestra, learning about their names and the sounds they make before sketching their own orchestra and deciding upon an instrument they would like to play.First of all, students will find out what an orchestra is. Then will discover the different instruments that create an orchestra, see what they look like, and hear what they sound like. After they have learned all about orchestra instruments, they will have an opportunity to hear some different orchestral pieces of music.At the end of this WebQuest, Students will produce a sketch of an orchestra, pointing out where they would like the various instruments to sit. When they are finished with their sketch and feel comfortable with the orchestra, they will select the one instrument they would like to play and put their name in that spot in your orchestra. On the back of the sketch, write a short paragraph of why they selected that particular instrument. Turn in the sketch and paragraph to be graded (see the rubric for how the work will be assessed). This website integrates he website called “dso kids” into the lesson about different orchestra instruments. This web site includes pictures and audio clips for each instrument.
  20. 20. Summary Technology what making art and music accessible Adaptive/assistive Devices Helping the disabled enjoy the arts Instructional Software Helps teachers teach the arts Copyright Laws What teachers must follow to keep the classroom legal Rubrics How we assess what the students have learned
  21. 21. Delicious bookmarks http://www.delicious.com/mikekudulis
  22. 22. Works Cited http://www.louvre.frlanglais/viste/vis_f.htm http://artic.edu/ http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/uploads/1stll.pdf http://questgarden.com/110/28/1/101003145616/ ttp://questgarden.com/82/34/8/100530161552/ http://questgarden.com/95/84/0/100209094640/ http://questgarden.com/110/76/7/101012192736/ http://questgarden.com/110/18/4/101001215006/ http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/art_rubric3.htm http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/lessons/middle/finalgrade.htm http://www.goshen.edu/art/ed/rubric2.html http://www.teach-nology.com/cgi-bin/teamwork.cgi http://www.abledata.com/abledata.cfm?pageid=113583&top=0&productid=94808&trail=0
  23. 23. http://teachers.teach-nology.com/cgi-bin/notebook.cgi http://web.rbe.sk.ca/support/garageband/default.html http://www.adobe.com/education/resources/k12/instructional/psel.html http://www.eduref.org/cgi- bin/printlessons.cgi/Virtual/Lessons/Arts/Visual_Arts/ARA0005.html http://www.schools.ash.org.au/ealthelp/midi.htm http://www.finalemusic.com/Finale/default.aspx http://www.moma.org/ http://www.ars-nova.com/webstudents/ http://questgarden.com/107/76/4/100805183950/process.htm http://www.ars-nova.com/aboutpm5/index.html http://www.harmonicvision.com/ http://www.vabir.org/adaptive-technology/ http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/dsps/DSPSStudentServices-AdaptiveTechnology.html D. Roblyer, M, & H. Doering, A. (2009). Integrating educational technology into teaching. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

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