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Skye Boat Song iBook Complete

I have finished working on my ibook and I’m excited to share this resource with you all. Click on this link to find the ibook (which you can use on your iPad or Mac computer) and a brief outline of how this resource could be used as part of a lesson sequence. 42 more words

Technology In Music Ed

Assignment Update #3

I finally finished my ibook (using iBooks Author) after a long day yesterday which is very exciting. However, I did encounter a lot of unexpected problems when exporting… Things like the font I chose not being supported by iPads and having to change the font in every single text box on every single page. 119 more words

Technology In Music Ed

Week of 9/21/15

As usual I’m an entire week late posting my lesson plan from last week. It was as follows:

  1. Welcome. We sang our intro-song and Hello Song as usual.
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Elementary Education

Music in Early Childhood

So my mother (who works with infants with disabilities and young families) found this interesting article and forwarded it on to me today. It shows how important musical experiences are in early childhood development, stating that children who participate in many musical experiences before the age of five have greater cognitive and emotional skills, preparing them well for school. 50 more words


Day 266: Open Your Musical Mind

I believe that EVERYONE should learn to play a musical instrument in their lifetime.


Because EXPERIENCING music gives you a completely different perspective to what you hear on the radio, or in a movie, or on a computer game. 546 more words


Week of 9/14/15

I have been missing for a few weeks. Three weeks ago we prepared a craft which I will talk about in this post. Two weeks ago I couldn’t make it to teach because of a personal conflict. 1,247 more words

Music Education

Day 259: How To Organise A Music Concert (Without Really Trying)

If you ever find yourself needing to organise a concert for your school or community arts organisation, here are a few tips to the process a little easier: 340 more words