TI:ME 1A Course Is Online this Fall! SoundTree in partnership with the Professional Institute for Educators at the University of the Arts is offering TI:ME 1A online this fall. The class will meet weekly online on Thursdays from 7:30-9:30pm beginning 10/11 and ending on 12/6 (no class on 11/22).
Participants earn 3 graduate credits and the total cost is $990. By the end of this course, students will:
• Use Sibelius music notation software to enter a single-staff lead sheet, simple piano score, and a large ensemble score.
• Use Audacity audio recording software to record, edit, and publish audio.
• Use GarageBand/Mixcraft music production software to record/edit/import/publish audio and MIDI, score to video, create a podcast, and remix a pop song.
• Understand the essentials of copyright law as it pertains to music education.
• Integrate music notation, music production, and electronic instruments into teaching and learning.
The course will be taught by Michael Fein, TI:ME Teacher of the Year 2007. Michael Fein earned a Bachelor of Music Education from Rutgers University and a Masters of Jazz Saxophone Performance from Rowan University. He has presented numerous sessions at music and technology conferences including the 2005 National Education Computing Conference in Philadelphia and the 2009 TI:ME National Conference in San Antonio. Michael currently teaches music technology electives and the Jazz Ensemble at Haverford High School in Havertown, PA.
Link for course information: http://cs.uarts.edu/pie/soundtree-partnership
Link for course registration: http://cs.uarts.edu/pie/classes/music-tech-ti-me-level-1a