This session will explore various uses of technology to augment teaching in a way that is conducive to student-center learning. The focal points of the session will revolve around exploring questions such as: How can we use technology to assess students at an individual level while engaging an entire class of students? How can we find out how to use technology in the classroom? How can we use technology to provide more feedback to students? How can we combine various technologies to do things they weren't designed to do? Experience with technology is not required; however, bringing a laptop, tablet, and/or smart phone will assist with the discussion and experience.
- The link above is a .pdf file of the slideshow used for this presentation. All media (videos, audio clips, websites, etc.) that were included in the original are now images with active links; meaning, you can click on the image and it will send you to the original source material. Please click the "Contact Me" button on the left if you would like me to present this as a masterclass over Skype or in person.
- The link above directs you to the music education technology Diigo group. This free group allows you to find and/or share ideas and resources among fellow music educators in an effort to crowd-source resources and thoughts. If you have questions about how to use this group, refer to the following help section or watch the following video demonstration.
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