prepared by Jean Laptiste Fadiga (President TI:ME/MD)
Certified TI:ME directors Amy Burns & Jim Frankel taught participants several necessary skills in teaching music technology. This report will demonstrate several of those skills while presenting some of the TI:ME Level 1B course benefits. TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008 The Maryland Chapter of TI:ME sponsored the official TI:ME Level 1B class for the benefit of music teachers.
You may click on the elements of this presentation to get more information. One of the skills we acquired in the workshop is the ability to link relevant information to our presentations. This is demonstrated throughout this presentation by hyperlinks and other linked elements.hyperlinks You can click on any word that looks like “this” or any other element that turns the mouse pointer“this” into a cue that looks like the following image: TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008 Click!
www.amy.burns.musiced.net The Maryland Chapter of TI:ME welcomed Amy Burns as its Level 1B instructor. Amy Burns, Course Instructor o Elementary General Music Teacher in New Jersey o Director of elementary choruses and instrumental ensembles o After school conservatory founder o Flute and clarinet Performer o Author o TI:ME Workshop Clinician Amy Burns President Elect of TI:MEPresident Elect TI:ME TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008
To pause the presentation In order to pause the presentation, right click on the mouse then click the word ‘pause’. Click on ‘resume’ to continue with the presentation. TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008
Dr. Jim Frankel, Course Instructor o Copyright information ‘guru’ o Author o Music Educator o Musician o Music Education Blogger o TI:ME Workshop Clinician TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008 Jim Frankel Vice President of TI:ME & President of Sound TreeTI:MESound Tree
More Participants Music Teachers from Elementary, Middle and High Schools in Maryland. Teachers created music and learned to embed it in their presentation as you can now hear (providing the computer you are currently using enables you to do so). We also learned to distribute our productions over the internet using a method called a “podcast”. We were also taught what to do to protect original work by using copyrights.podcast TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008
Recording and manipulating audio: To learn more, click on the link below: www.time1b-2.wikispaces.com TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008
Participants also learned to: TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008 C reate slide shows (like this presentation) I nsert: words in textboxes and shapes pictures slide numbers embedded audio that plays across multiple slides E mbed: animations timing transitions between slides effects Textboxes
We learned to do the following to create a wiki: – Write a post – Edit, save and publish a post – Add contents – Add pictures from a file – Add pictures from a URL – Change the style and background – Delete a post – Embed a video – Embed a podcast For directions on how to perform digital functions such as uploading pictures on a wiki, see www.time1b-2.wikispaces.comwww.time1b-2.wikispaces.com TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008
We assessed software for classroom use 1 of 2 *Sibelius Compass * Sibelius 5 *Sibelius Instruments *Mixcraft * PowerPoint * Band in a Box * Sibelius Groovy Shapes * Sibelius Groovy Jungle * Sibelius Groovy City Sibelius Starclass *Alfred Interactive Musician * Audacity *Sibelius Auralia *Harmonic Vision’s - Music Ace Participants gained hands-on experience as they assessed the following software which is useful for class preparation and instruction: TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008
Participants assessed software for classroom use 2 of 2 *Alfred Interactive Musician * Audacity *Sibelius Auralia *Harmonic Vision’s -Music Ace TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008 Participants gained hands- on experience as they assessed the following software :
Participants Analyzed different kinds of websites Blog Online Websites Wiki TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008 Participants successfully analyzed websites which contained useful musical content for classroom use. These sites included blogs and wikis.
.................. Participants created a newsletter TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008 Participants created a newsletter using textboxes.
Participants created a multimedia presentation. TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008 Participants created a multimedia project (blog, or wiki) which included a podcast, audio files, graphics and textboxes.
. June 2008 Textboxes can add a touch of professionalism to your newsletter. Create: Form Letters: create fields to personalize it. Rotating schedules: for students that have to be pulled out of class for a lesson. Create a monthly newsletter with updated information about recitals and other activities. Textboxes can add a touch of professionalism to your newsletter. Use your newsletter as an advocacy tool. Put your newsletter on your wiki as a.pdf file. Parents and students have the option to view and/or print the file. Inserting a Textbox Newsletters TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008........ I NSERTING & MANIPULATING TEXTBOXES
Participants were assessed on the following: Attendance at all sessions Completion of class activities Completion of Projects Completion of Worksheets Completion and presentation of a multimedia project which is useful in the music instruction. Attendance at all sessions Completion of class activities Completion of Projects Completion of Worksheets Completion and presentation of a multimedia project which is useful in the music instruction. TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008
Teacher-Participants interactions with instructors Amy Burns & Jim Frankel Thank you for viewing our presentation. TI:ME Maryland Chapter, Summer 2008
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