Music Education With Digital Technology / Edition 1

Music Education With Digital Technology / Edition 1

by John Finney
     
 

Explores new ways on thinking about the meaningful application of music and ICT in schools.See more details below

Overview

Explores new ways on thinking about the meaningful application of music and ICT in schools.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780826420718
Publisher:
Bloomsbury Academic
Publication date:
09/01/2009
Series:
Education and Digital Technology Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.80(d)

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Table of Contents


Series Foreword     vii
Acknowledgements     ix
Introduction     1
Changing identities
Music education as identity project in a world of electronic desires   John Finney     9
Perspectives from a new generation secondary school music teacher   Hannah Quinn     21
The gender factor: teaching composition in music technology lessons to boys and girls in Year 9   Louise Cooper     30
Finding flow through music technology   Serena Croft     41
The mobile phone and class music: a teacher's perspective   Alex Baxter     52
Researching digital classrooms
The DJ factor: teaching performance and composition from back to front   Mike Challis     65
Composing with graphical technologies: representations, manipulations and affordances   Kevin Jennings     76
Networked improvisational musical environments: learning through on-line collaborative music making   Andrew R. Brown   Steven Dillon     96
Music e-learning environments: young people, composing and the internet   Frederick A. Seddon     107
Current and future practices: embedding collaborative music technologies in secondary schools   Teresa Dillon     117
Strategies for change
Strategies for supporting musiclearning through on-line collaborative technologies   S. Alex Ruthmann     131
Pedagogical strategies for change   Jonathan Savage     142
New forms of composition, and how to enable them   Ambrose Field     156
Music education and training: ICT, innovation and curriculum reform   Richard Hodges     169
Strategies for enabling curriculum reform: lessons from Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong   Samuel Leong     181
Creativity and technology: critical agents of change in the work and lives of music teachers   Pamela Burnard     196
Contributors     207
Glossary     211
Index     221

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