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The role of music in learning is not often discussed on major sites but it's critical to an effective education.
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A digital music technology company hopes its efforts could help you retain and even clarify memories as you grow older. An exciting prospect for us all!
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Making Music Matters, an inner-city music program founded two years ago by 20-year-old college student Ken Zheng, offers a classical violin, piano and Rock 'n' Roll program to inner city students who have no music programs at their schools.
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Bringing classical music to students is not always easy. Except when you incorporate the hottest pop artists into it. Then students and kids around the world will be more than happy to listen.
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There are a host of ways to use the technology you already have at your fingertips to create a Classroom 2.0. In the September issue of Edudemic Magazine, Kris Tetzlaff was kind enough to share some of his tips and tricks but we wanted to offer a few more things that might help you get your classroom upgraded on the cheap.
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Myspace is working to get its sexy back. That's because Justin Timberlake is now basically the guy running the whole show. He and a slew of investors have put a fresh coat of paint on the relatively dormant site. Judging by the new tools and features that are coming to the new Myspace, this could be a really great tool for music teachers and students.
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As the movement to get moving continues, look for more students asking for innovative ways to deliver presentations, share their thoughts, or just create. If your students are about to present or share in front of the class, they may want to try out a few of these sound recording / song creation tools. This could be great for project-based learning, shy students, or a flipped classroom.
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What happens when you take a classroom of students, add 24 iPads as well as sound recording gear and then throw in a live band? A pretty catchy song that gives you hope for the future of music in the digital age.
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The students at P.S. 22 in Staten Island can attest to the power of social media. Their music classes have been videotaped, broadcast, and shared online for the past 4 years. In that time, more than 10 MILLION people ...