Technology in Music Education – 2018 cohort

This Friday brings one of my favourite events of the year at the Sydney Conservatorium – the Presentation of Learning for my Technology in Music Education course. This year’s cohort is just as exciting as ever, and some students have really broken new ground.

If you’re in Sydney this Friday from 5pm (probably until around 8pm), students will be showing their projects with a mix of presentations and hands-on experiences in the Café. And if you’re not, check out the Con’s Facebook page because hopefully we’ll get a stream going… or get an advance taste of what you’ll see by checking out the students’ websites below!

Student websites and projects
Name Website Final project
Crystal https://crystalsmusicalcorner.wordpress.com/ Building an electric guitar program with home made effects pedals.
Andrew https://saarmustech.wordpress.com Interactive resource on Gamelan music.
Kristen https://kber5343.wixsite.com/musiced Online multimedia resources for teaching with GarageBand on the iPad.
Rohan https://millermusictech.wordpress.com/ MIDI controllers to replace xylophones: designing Orff pedagogy for the 21st Century as a Maker. With arduino. And more.
Isabel https://isabelrakuljicmusic.wixsite.com/isabelrakuljic Teaching Kit/composition resource for Music 2 mandatory topic, music of the last 25 years with an Australian focus.
Cleo https://cleovenner.wixsite.com/musiceducation Resources to support quality teaching and learning in Music Education.
Mr Remington https://mrremington.wixsite.com/mrremington A collection of lessons plans and resources for the new ROLI BLOCKS.
Louise https://louiserancemusictech.wordpress.com/ Online multimedia resources for teaching with GarageBand on the iPad.
Jameson http://jamjamjams.wordpress.com/ A digital children’s book.
Arne https://arnetripolone.wixsite.com/website Automated string instrument tuning website including tutorial videos.
Sarah https://sarahfaylen.wordpress.com/
Annabelle https://perrignon.wordpress.com Developing a website of choral warm-ups.
Gillian http://gillianplatt.wordpress.com/ MIDI controllers to replace xylophones: designing Orff pedagogy for the 21st Century as a Maker. With arduino. And more.
Sam https://samxumusic.wordpress.com Building a bespoke MIDI controller with Arduino.
Megan https://megancamyling.wixsite.com/website 3D printing musical instruments, and apps to allow performance.
Connor http://connormalanos.wordpress.com/ Beatboxing in schools.
Thomas https://thomasmccorquodale.wordpress.com/
Digital Music Classroom https://digitalmusicclassroom.wordpress.com Building electronic musical instruments, soldering required!
Dorothy https://doji8479.wixsite.com/mued Back to the Classics interactive eBook.
Samantha https://samanthamacourtmusic.wordpress.com/ Developing a website of choral warm-ups.
Fynn https://fynnmcmullen.wordpress.com/ MIDI controllers to replace xylophones: designing Orff pedagogy for the 21st Century as a Maker. With arduino. And more.
Su http://scmuedtech.wordpress.com/ MIDI controllers to replace xylophones: designing Orff pedagogy for the 21st Century as a Maker. With arduino. And more.
Caitlin https://caitsandiford.wixsite.com/musiceducation MIDI controllers to replace xylophones: designing Orff pedagogy for the 21st Century as a Maker. With arduino. And more.
Sarah https://sarahqmusictech.wordpress.com/

 

And if that’s not enough to get you excited, you can go back through my blog for past years’ cohorts!

(Sadly, I’ll be in Europe this year’s presentation, so please go and make up for my absence 😉  )

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