Technology Institute for Music Educators
Helping Music Teachers Integrate Technology Since 1995
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TI:ME is happy to announce that registration is now open for it's January 2016 webinar.  This presentation will be Tuesday, January 5th at 7pm: "Bringing Music to Life With Noteflight"  and will feature John Mlynczak, TI:ME's president elect for 2016-2018.  For those unfamiliar with the topic, Noteflight is a web-based music notation program with an ever-expanding list of features.  It is especially useful because there is a free version that will run in any modern browser.  A more detailed description is found below as are links to register and attend.  Free registration is required.  Please plan now to check in with President-Elect, John Mlynczak on January 5.

 

  • Register (Free registration is required): click here.  
  • Attend:  Users go to join.me, click "Join meeting" and enter "noteflight". 

 

Description

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Bringing Music to Life with Noteflight

In today’s digital world, how do we teach music utilizing all the various devices available to students? While our time-tested music pedagogy remains the same, the delivery of music, curriculum, and assessments must be adaptive to all the various available devices and relevant to our high-tech students. This session will demonstrate how to deliver musical content and assignments in an interactive and assessable way using Noteflight.

For information on the entire TI:ME webinar series, continue reading . . . 

TI:ME is pleased to announce it's 2015-2016 webinar series. This series will feature a wide variety of topics from product showcases to teacher stories and ideas for using technology in the classroom. Using Google Plus as a meeting tool, TI:ME invites all interested members to log on and participate. Hosted on the TI:ME Webinar Google Plus page, users need to visit the live webinar post to click play and watch.  There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and get answers live.  Webinars will be presented from many different speakers. Watch for announcements on upcoming sessions on the TI:ME website www.ti-me.org and if you are interested in presenting a webinar please email Catie Dwinal (dwinalc@yahoo.com) for more information.

  • December 10th 4pm Quaver 101 with Catie Dwinal (click here) *RECENTLY ARCHIVED*
  • January: 5th 7pm "Bringing Music to Life With Noteflight"  with John Mlynczak (click here)
  • February 23rd 4pm EST: Make Learning Fun!  Incorporating gaming into music education with Linda Christensen (click here)
  • March: Getting Started with SmartMusic (click here)
  • April: SmartMusic Gradebook Tips and Tricks (click here)
  • May: Need Quantitative Data?  Use SmartMusic (click here)
  • June: Flip Your Guitar Class Into The 21st Century with Jeremiah Crowley (click here)
  • July:  Engage, Assess, Integrate: Using the iPad and other smart devices with Quaver Music with Catie Dwinal (click here).
  • Reschedule: Finale 101: Learn the Essentials to Get you Going presented by Leigh Kallestad from MakeMusic.

More Detailed Descriptions! 

Notion Music 5 Basics This one hour “crash course” in Notion Music 5 will demonstrate the skills necessary for score setup, input, editing, and orchestration, mixing and recording. It will use Notion 5 on a MAC, and will offer basic skills necessary to get the student familiar with the interface, basic commands, and interactive live performances using the NTempo feature. Keith Heimann Keith Heimann is a graduate of the Juilliard School, and is currently a doctoral student at Boston University. Keith has developed a degree program in Music Technology, and teaches multiple software programs. Keith has performed live with Notion in musicals, recitals and recordings.
Make Learning Fun! Incorporating gaming into music education. Using apps in music education can engage students and motivate them to practice. When the activity feels like a game (gamification), with levels, rewards, and other gaming types of activity, students can practice and perform while having fun. When the students are using devices that they are used to using for entertainment, such as iPads, they become engaged in a different way than with more traditional methods. In this session I will demonstrate apps for music theory, practice, and performance that use gamification methods for reward, engagement, and motivation. Linda Christensen After 20+ years of teaching piano and music technology at the college level, Linda Christensen recently retired and became a self-employed piano teacher and music technology consultant. She serves on the Musical Advisory Board for JoyTunes, and is a frequent technology presenter for MTNA, NCKP, and other national and international conferences.
Flip Your Guitar Class Into The 21st Century Two main topics will be covered in
this Webinar. Topic 1 is the "Flipped" model of
instruction. I will discuss the challenges of teaching in the traditional model
and show how flipping a classroom with technology solves many of the issues
facing guitar educators. Some of these issues are scheduling, "one size fits
all" instruction, relevancy to today's student, how to reach out to the
non traditional music student and how to "cross pollinate" classrooms
by mixing levels in a self paced environment. Topic 2 will describe how Guitar Now Online EDU enables educators, particularly those who are not guitarists, to implement a fully functioning flipped guitar classroom with professional guitar instruction. I will discuss the extensive video curriculum, the guided students learning maps, in-browser recording tools and automated gradebook that make Guitar Now Online EDU a revolutionary teaching tool.
Jeremiah Crowley Jeremiah Crowley is a 15 year CT. State Music Educator. He received his Bachelors and Masters Degree of Music from the University of Hartford’s, Hartt School of Music in Guitar Performance. Jeremiah is an innovator in flipped model instruction as he is the creator of Guitar Now Online EDU - a cutting edge, cloud based guitar learning program with differentiated learning maps in-browser recording tools, automated gradebook and more. Jeremiah is a sought after speaker and technician delivering the message of flipped instruction, assisting educators with lab construction and implementation of Guitar Now Online EDU.
Engage, Assess, Integrate: Using the iPad and other smart devices with Quaver Music Join us to learn the many ways you can use an iPad or other smart device to bring the Quaver Music program to life in your classroom! We will show techniques and tips that will make teaching with technology a blast, activities that are proven to engage your students, and even unique ways to assess the learning in your classroom. Be prepared to walk out with activities, resources and inspiration to use iPads and other smart devices with Quaver Music in your classroom! Catherine Dwinal Catherine taught elementary general music, chorus, and iPad ensemble in Laconia New Hampshire from 2010 to 2014. Catherine is a well known elementary music technology social media personality, national conference presenter, the director for a social media professional development day, and on the marketing committee for the Technology Institute for Music Education organization. She was also featured in NAfME’s October issue of Teaching Music magazine and is TI:ME’s Mike Kovin’s 2014 Teacher of the Year. Catherine now works as the Northeast Key Accounts Representative for QuaverMusic.com.
Quaver 101 Come learn how Seriously Fun Teaching and Learning can be! This fast-paced tour of the Quaver K-5 and the new Quaver 6-8 programs will provide a quick overview, new updates, sample lessons, and technology tips for auto-assessments, mobile devices and more! You’ll leave with access to online lessons for your class and other goodies! Catherine Dwinal Catherine taught elementary general music, chorus, and iPad ensemble in Laconia New Hampshire from 2010 to 2014. Catherine is a well known elementary music technology social media personality, national conference presenter, the director for a social media professional development day, and on the marketing committee for the Technology Institute for Music Education organization. She was also featured in NAfME’s October issue of Teaching Music magazine and is TI:ME’s Mike Kovin’s 2014 Teacher of the Year. Catherine now works as the Northeast Key Accounts Representative for QuaverMusic.com.

 

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