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Getting Started with Your iPad for the Non-Techie Crowd

Published on December 10, 2013 by in apps, iPad

I recently met with ten elementary teachers who recently received iPads for their classroom at the beginning of the year. They each have a teacher iPad, with six classroom iPads. Many were tech-phobic and nervous about how to use them.  Yes, they had received excellent professional development through their district. Sometimes it takes an outside

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iPads in the Music Classroom

Published on September 4, 2012 by in apps

Over the past two weeks I have received countless emails concerning music teachers who recently will use their personal iPads in their music classroom. Since I have been writing individually to each of the teachers it became increasingly important to put my thoughts out there – so here is comes. Bento Bento for Mac, iPad,

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Compose Like Beethoven in the 21st Century


  I am currently taking a ten-week continuing education class at Northwestern University on Ludwig van Beethoven. The instructor is Dr. Drew Davies, a professor at the Beinen School of Music at Northwestern University. Undeniably, he is considered the most celebrated composer of all time. It only makes sense that we infuse Beethoven’s concepts in

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