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Ed Tech Creative Collective, A Garden Of Educators

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I am participating in an online no-graded creative collaborate that proves to be innovative and creative.   It is called “Ed Tech Creative Collective” run by Colin Maxwell.

As a recently retired music teacher that uses technology to teach music, I don’t want to lose any skills I have developed and continue to be a “life-long early adaptor learner,” by pushing myself to create and innovate

SImply I am passionate about music, technology, and how education fits between the two. At music conferences I present technology and at technology conferences I present music. My worlds rarely intercept, except for the  aRTs Roundtable podcast show that runs on EdReach.us every Tuesday night. I post the podcast on Wednesday. Here we talk about using technology in the arts.

I am an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified, Golden Apple Fellow, and IL Music Teacher of the Year. You can click on about me and read more. I have developed an entire music curriculum centered around 21st century skills, Bloom’s taxonomy, and NAfME (National Association for Music Education).

So you will be from time to time new technologies and connections I have seen through this endeavor. I will venture on a walk that will bring me to wonderful gardens, so I will weed and feed.

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  1. Hi

    Really looking forward to sharing ideas with you. Its great that there are such a wide range of educators taking part in Edtechcc. I’m going to let my pupils do some of the activities too and hope to post their results.


  2. IanNo Gravatar

    Hi Carol,
    Looking forward to collaborating in edtechcc; great to enjoy the company of educators from around the world.
    Thinking about how you phrased “…music, technology, and how education fits between the two…” and wondering whether you see yourself as a musical technologist or technological musician and how being an educator fits in there too. Is there a dominant aspect, do the three elements intersect, or are they three hats which are worn separately according to the situation?

    Sorry. Stuff like that just gets me thinkin’ 😉

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