Technology Guide for Music Educators

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Don Muro, Rocky J. Reuter, Mike Moniz, Keith V. Mason, Sandi MacLeod, Scott Watson, Thomas E. Rudolph, Floyd Richmond, Kimberly Curely Walls, Lee Whitmore
Thomson Course Technology, 2006 - Computers - 242 pages
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For years, music educators have been asking the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI: ME) for a resource on software and technology products that would help them accomplish their curricular goals. The Technology Guide for Music Educators provides this resource in a comprehensive and compact package, clearly organized into the following six core technology areas that music educators need to be competent in as they teach music in the 21st century: Electronic Musical Instruments, Music Production, Music Notation Software, Technology-Assisted Learning, Multimedia, and Productivity Tools, Classroom and Lab Management. In addition to descriptions of product features, you'll also find other information valuable to educators, such as grade level appropriateness and ideas for integrating the technologies covered into the music curriculum. Each chapter includes a summary table of the products presented (including system requirements and manufacturer websites), and a list of resources, such as a suggested further reading list

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Music Production
Music Notation Software
TechnologyAssisted Learning

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About the author (2006)

REV. KEITH MASON was born in Nova Scotia, Canada, and educated at

the University of King's College, Dalhousie University, and at Acadia

University. During World War II he served as a school teacher and then as

a naval officer-in-training at the Royal Canadian Navy Reserve. He served

as a missionary and was ordained a priest for the Anglican Church. He

served for sixteen years as a priest/chaplain in the Royal Canadian Army

Reserve while doing full-time parish work. He worked in parishes in

Canada until 1965 when he and his family moved to the US to obtain

medical rehabilitation for one of his daughters. He and his wife Maureen

have five children and twenty-one grandchildren.

Scott Watson is Director/Curator of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery.

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