MuTechTeacherTalk

Claimed
 1 person rated this podcast

Best Episodes of MuTechTeacherTalk

Mark All
Search Episodes...
Podcast produced by www.mutechteachernet.com; MTTN on YouTubeBig Bam Entertainment: Facebook & Instagram - @bigbamentertainment; Twitter - @bammiami; Facebook - @fredrickbamscott
Master Sgt. Timmons’ website: www.infinitudepublications.comMusic Technology Teacher Net on YouTubeMusic Technology Teacher Net on the WebMusic Technology Teacher Net Blog
Habits of a Successful Choral MusicianSCHOM Videowww.mutechteachernet.comMuTechTeacherNet YouTube Channel
Dr. Edwards: andy.edwards@gcpsk12.org, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter @roaring_records. Music Technology Teacher Network: www.mutechteachernet.com Facebook or YouTube @mutechteachernet and Twitter @mutechteachnet.
To learn more about John’s work visit these websites:www.tweedrecording.comwww.athletesandthearts.comwww.artistshousemusic.orghttp://www.offbeat.com/articles/lifetime-achievement-music-education-john-snyder/
www.mutechteachernet.comwww.mutechteachernetblog.comwww.soundtrap.comwww.noteflight.comwww.teachrock.orgwww.humainpodcast.com
Websites mentioned in this episode:www.humainpodcast.comwww.galvanize.comwww.mutechteachernet.comwww.runwayml.comwww.joytunes.com for simplypiano frame.io for music video editing
Dr. Adam Patrick Bell is an Assistant Professor of Music Education in the School of Creative and Performing Arts at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. His current courses include: Music and Popular Culture, Popular Music Pedagogy, and Introduction to Music Technology. His primary areas of research are: DIY (do-it-yourself) music making and learning in home/project studio recording, music software/instrument design impact on learning, and (dis)ability in music. In addition to numerous articles written for professional and educational journals, he has shared his research and presented professional learning sessions around the globe. He also serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Music, Technology & Education and Visions of Research in Music Education.In this episode we will continue our discussion about the studio as an instrument for the creation of music in the music tech classroom as well as his research into different learning styles in the studio, preparing teachers to teach music technology, as well as the process and purpose of assessment.
Technology in the band and orchestra room. A conversation with the University of Georgia’s Dr. Cynthia Johnston-Turner.
This episode is an audio version of one of the most popular posts from the www.mutechteachernetblog.com. In it I discuss the issues and problems that many “traditional” music educators have when confronted with teaching a music technology course. Don’t be afraid! Embrace the chaos! You can do this!!
Teachers have become experts in differentiating instruction, yet we often overlook differentiation in assessment. Podcasting offers a unique and contemporary platform that allows teachers to deliver instruction and students to demonstrate learning in an engaging and meaningful way.Meredith Allen has significant experience as a music educator and technology coach that she brings to her current position as Education Specialist with Soundtrap by Spotify.Soundtrap is a cloud-based digital audio workstation that allows students to record, create and edit audio in a safe digital environment. The collaborative nature of the app opens up a variety of ways for students to work together to create authentic learning experiences.
Rate Podcast

Share This Podcast

Recommendation sent

Join Podchaser to...

  • Rate podcasts and episodes
  • Follow podcasts and creators
  • Create podcast and episode lists
  • & much more

Podcast Details

Created by
Christopher H Jones
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Nov 12th, 2018
Latest Episode
Jul 20th, 2020
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
13
Avg. Episode Length
37 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English
Do you host or manage this podcast?
Claim and edit this page to your liking.
Are we missing an episode or update?
Use this to check the RSS feed immediately.