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Technology in Music and Art Instruction

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1. Citations in art and music

Sioux Falls School District Example
Ethical Use of District, Public, or Private Technology Resources
Ethical behavior requires that District staff and students show consideration and respect whenever using computers or electronic communication/technology/devices/resources. When interacting with each other, District staff and students shall:
(a) not include in electronic communication between staff, students and/or parents/guardians, comments or content that would not be acceptable in a face-to-face communication;

Important concepts
1. Issues and problems in Music Instruction
2. Technology Integration Strategies for Music Instruction
3. Issues and Problems in Art Instruction
4. Technology Integration Strategies for Art Instruction
5. Tech-PACK Needs and Challenges in Art and Music Education
a. Tech Pack- thinking about the existing technologies that can communicate the fundamental concepts and how students can learn these concepts in a way that would not be possible without the technology.
productivity tools
multimedia tools
adaptive/assistive devices

1.
Anytune
- Slow down the tempo, adjust the pitch, and repeat loops of your favorite tracks.

2.
Amazing Slow Downer
- You can change the speed of a song from your iPad library without changing keys.

3.
Zot Artz
– Allows children with wheelchair disabilities to create art. Wheelchairs are transformed into huge paintbrushes or chalk drawers.
communication, collaboration,
& research
Music Examples
Spotlight: Music & Art
legal/ethical use of technology
apps for mobile devices
webquests
instructional software
research and telecommunications
assessment tools
Lesson plan that integrates music and art
interactive whiteboard integration
summary
works cited
GRacias!
Thank you!
Art Lesson Plan
"Interactive Drawing"
http://www.thebeeskneescousin.com/blog/successful-sub-plan
Music Lesson Plan
"Pumpkin Stew Song"
http://www.cphmusic.net/2012/10/smartboard-music-lesson-pumpkin-stew-song.html

1.
Drawing Pad
for android and iPad is a mobile art studio, Drawing Pad offers fun and creativity as a stand-alone app and in app coloring books. Work can be saved to the Drawing Pad Album and then later reloaded to finish.

2.
Discover Musical Instruments

for iPad, iPhone &
iPad Touch – this is an educational game that offers a collection of 44 high quality musical instrument pictures and sound clips to give kids a rich and fun learning experience. This app will also help with a sense of rhythm. This app can be used for kids as young as 6 months of age.
"Music & Copyright in Technology Education"
This WebQuest teaches students the importance of using music legally and how to do so. Students will explore this topic and create their own technology educational video with legal music.
http://questgarden.com/149/25/7/121011231145/index.htm

"Designing Album Artwork"
This WebQuest allows students to research about different artistic styles. As a group, students will be assigned different roles and then asked to create an album cover of their own by using one of the researched styles.
http://questgarden.com/91/99/3/091123104722/

"Does Music Really Count? How are music and math related?
"
This WebQuest allows students to get a better understanding of the relationship between music and math by exploring the building of rhythm patterns in relationship to counting and numbers.
http://questgarden.com/33/54/2/060818103038/index.htm

Music
1. Audacity
2. MuseScore

Art
3. Gimp
1. Create a digital library- This is a reputable source because it allows students to scan examples of pamphlets, postcards, music sheets, and videos to create images for the classroom digital library.
2. WebQuests- Teachers can use these to develop tele-research projects for students.
3. Filamentality- is a fill-in-the-blank interactive web site that guides you through picking a topic, searching the web, gathering good Internet sites, and turning web resources into activities appropriate for learners.
http://courses.edtechleaders.org/documents/wel/wel_filamentality.pdf
By Tayler Kerr, Jesse Mickelson,
& Diana Montelongo

Anystone Technologies, Inc. (2014). Anytune. Retrieved from http://anytune.us/
Expressive Monkey. (n.d.). ART CRITIQUE WITH MAGIC BUTTONS - TeachersPayTeachers.com. Retrieved from http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Art-Critique-with-Magic-Buttons-676694
Ferrari, T. (n.d.). Music & Copyright in Technology Education. Retrieved from http://questgarden.com/149/25/7/121011231145/index.htm
Gomez, N., & Byquist, G. (n.d.). Designing Album Artwork. Retrieved from http://questgarden.com/91/99/3/091123104722/
Herring, C. (2012, October 4). SMARTBoard Music Lesson: Pumpkin Stew Song. Retrieved from http://www.cphmusic.net/2012/10/smartboard-music-lesson-pumpkin-stew-song.html
Hightower, A. (n.d.). Does music really COUNT? Retrieved from http://questgarden.com/33/54/2/060818103038/index.htm
Klausa, H. (2014, February 20). Successful Sub Plan! Retrieved from http://www.thebeeskneescousin.com/blog/successful-sub-plan
Quizlet LLC. (2014). Quizlet. Retrieved from http://quizlet.com
Roni Music. (2014, November 3). Amazing Slow Downer. Retrieved from https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/amazing-slow-downer/id308998718?mt=8
Sioux Falls School District. (2002). Sioux Falls School District Policies and Regulations. Retrieved from http://www.sf.k12.sd.us/index.php?option=com_flexicontent&view=items&id=234:sioux-falls-school-district-policies-and-regulations&Itemid=484
Zot Artz Arts For All, Inc. (2014). Zot Artz | Arts for All. Retrieved from http://www.zotartz.com/
"Ghostly Vocal Sounds for Young Children"
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ghostly-Vocal-Sounds-for-Young-Children-SMARTBoard-Lesson-947821

"Art Critique for Magic Devices"
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Art-Critique-with-Magic-Buttons-676694


Delicious Account
Here is a direct link provided to the delicious account that has all of the links provided in the works cited:

https://delicious.com/jbob1993
1.
Apple's GarageBand
- music exploration
2.
Build a Website
- Research composers, compositions, and periods of musical history
Art Examples
1.
Virtual Filed Trips
-Visit museums and see great works of art
2.
Electronic portfolios
- Document and share their work
Art
Music
Music & Art Production
Word processing-

can be used by students to write biographies about musicians or artists.
Database management-

can be used to show information such as time periods (history) or favorite types of instruments.

Spreadsheets-

can be used by teachers to collect data from their students and show their findings in charts and graphs.
1.
Music Ace
- allows the user to drag different-shaped happy faces (representing notes of different rhythmic values) onto a staff.
2.
Bubble Machine
- allows the user to create interactive listening guides for any audio MP3 file
1.
Photoshop
- an image-editing software that allows user to alter a photo digitally.
2.
iMovie
- a video editing software application sold by Apple Inc. for the Mac and iOS
There are various tools that we can incorporate into our classroom to promote music and art knowledge. We hope that the information we have provided in our slides will help to guide you in the right direction to enhance and accommodate the learning skills of all students.
Rubistar - http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php
Quizlet (Music) - http://quizlet.com/subject/music/
Quizlet (Art) - http://quizlet.com/subject/art/
Works Cited
Hightower, A. (n.d.). Does music really COUNT? Retrieved from http://questgarden.com/33/54/2/060818103038/index.htm
Klausa, H. (2014, February 20). Successful Sub Plan! Retrieved from http://www.thebeeskneescousin.com/blog/successful-sub-plan
Quizlet LLC. (2014). Quizlet. Retrieved from http://quizlet.com
Roni Music. (2014, November 3). Amazing Slow Downer. Retrieved from https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/amazing-slow-downer/id308998718?mt=8
Sioux Falls School District. (2002). Sioux Falls School District Policies and Regulations. Retrieved from http://www.sf.k12.sd.us/index.php?option=com_flexicontent&view=items&id=234:sioux-falls-school-district-policies-and-regulations&Itemid=484
Zot Artz Arts For All, Inc. (2014). Zot Artz | Arts for All. Retrieved from http://www.zotartz.com/
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