Imbee – Social networking for K-12 schools

I’ve blogged before about using social networking technology to extend and support learning in music classes. When I was teaching middle school general music, I used a custom website with a third-party blog, multimedia player, and wiki. Since then, I’ve continued using social technologies with my college classes, and most … Continue Reading →





Musical Futures Project

UK researcher Lucy Green has been conducting research over the past years that looks into how popular musicians learn. The Musical Futures Project has created a curriculum for students in the UK based around informal learning processes. The interactive website dBass.org is a support website for the project enabling students … Continue Reading →


Back from ISME 2006!

Phew… Travelling half way around the globe to Malaysia was a blast, but now I’m pretty exhausted. If any of you have the chance to attend an ISME conference, do it. Such a great time and so many great workshops and sessions. Of course, I found out about some more … Continue Reading →


Free resources for music educators

To upload video: YouTube – http://www.youtube.com To upload audio or to Podcast: Odeo – http://www.odeo.com To create a simple blog: Blogger – http://www.blogger.com To create an enhanced blog: WordPress – http://www.wordpress.org To create a wiki: PB Wiki – http://www.pbwiki.com To record and edit audio and music: Audacity – http://audacity.sourceforge.com To … Continue Reading →