Posted on February 4th, 2013 in Announcements, iPads, Music Tech Tips.
Coming soon: iPad Projects For The Music Classroom Ebook The roll-out of iPads in schools around the world continues at a fast pace and my iPad courses (both online and face-to-face) were definitely my most popular during 2012. The first question most teachers ask me is “What are the best apps for music education?”. It’s [...]
Posted on December 13th, 2012 in Announcements, Music Tech Tips.
The New 2013 Guide All year, music teachers that have signed up for my email newsletter have received my ebook The Ultimate Guide To Free Music Technology Resources 2012. As is the way with technology, things change over time and some of the resources in the 2012 ebook are no longer available. I’m particularly sorry [...]
Posted on November 4th, 2012 in Announcements, Music Tech Tips.
About mtec2013 Well, I’m starting to get excited about the next bi-annual mtec2013. This unique conference focusses solely on the use of technology in music education. It’s convened by the Soundhouse Music Alliance, an Australian not-for-profit organisation that specifically supports the music education technology community: teachers, students, trainers, wholesalers and retailers. This time, the 3-day [...]
Posted on June 26th, 2012 in Announcements, Music Tech Tips.
I was pleased to be contacted earlier this year by Kate Whitney (director of MusicEDU) to write Studio Sessions – a music program for lower secondary school students that incorporates music technology skills such as multi-track recording, sequencing and creating special effects with a focus keyboard playing, composition and listening exercises. Studio Sessions follows on [...]
Posted on November 9th, 2011 in Announcements, Music Tech Tips.
During the past year I’ve been chatting to teachers at workshops, conferences and other events about professional development workshops they’d like to see, and the things that haven’t worked for them in the past. I’ve noticed a few common themes: 1. The “usual” PD workshop time (9am-3.30pm on a weekday) is problematic for some teachers [...]