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Overview of Virginia's 2020 Music Arts Standards of Learning for Secondary Music Teachers - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelly Bisogno
19:14
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Wanda Mitchell
20:10
Hi, Wanda form Hampton, VA
Paige Driver
20:11
Good morning! This is Paige Driver (Lake Taylor HS - Norfolk)
ADEROSA
20:28
Hi,
Lisa Mergen
20:44
Good morning from Fauquier Co
ADEROSA
20:47
Alexandra DeRosa from Loudoun County Public Schools.
Karen Doyle
20:47
Hello! Karen Doyle (Lylburn Downing MS-Lexington)
Wanda Mitchell
21:02
Power has been flickering, but for now we are good.
Amanda Clark
21:08
Good morning. I am Amanda from Henrico, VA
Sarah Melton
21:13
Good morning! Sarah Melton from Augusta County
Melissa Legge Mauck
21:48
Good morning! Melissa Legge Mauck from Frederick County.
Sherry Wozniak
28:30
Hello all! So nice to see your faces!
Michelle Milligan
48:06
Represent music in a visual way - art maps, infographics, etc.
Wanda Mitchell
49:03
musicfirstclassroom allows students to use a cloud based program for music technology, which will enable students to create wherever they are - whether working virtually or in a hybrid situation.
Karen Doyle
49:18
I do a unit called "Music For All"using Makey-Makeys where students create their own instruments. The premise is to create an instrument that a person can play immediately so they can enjoy music making right away.
Sherry Wozniak
51:30
Compare/contrast music from various time periods and cultures. What are the historical influences? What are the cultural or historical influences to todays music?
Jonathan Mills
51:47
The Google Doc's Add-on entitled "Flat for Docs" is an accessible way to provide a method of music composition. This can be coupled with Schoology's assignment feature where all student work is compiled and filed directly in Schoology. This makes it easy for students to submit their work, and easy for you to organize and streamline student work digitally.
Carrie Finnegan
54:22
sphinxkids.org
Michelle Milligan
54:36
have students share their own personal relationship with music specifically with their culture
Kelly Bisogno
55:14
Recognize that many students have multiple cultural identities.
Wanda Mitchell
55:26
Using popular show like American Idol, The Voice and Sunday Best allows students to listen to upcoming artists and their interaction with judges and mentors.
Jonathan Mills
56:04
I do an activity where I give students a historical image, and students pick out individuals in the image to propose what the depicted individual may have said, thought, or even come up with their own storyboard about what the individuals in the image are doing. This is great for historic analysis our group discussion afterwards leads them into a greater historical context
Sherry Wozniak
57:36
Great correlations to Science. Question students on how sound is made. How their own instruments create sound. Sound waves, etc. Create own instruments
Michelle Milligan
57:36
VioArm - Prothetic Arm for a 10 year old student to play the violin
Karen Doyle
57:55
Create a backing track for warm-ups using an online program like Soundtrap
Michelle Milligan
57:58
Yes! There are some great youtube videos relating music to science!
Carrie Finnegan
58:07
have students research the many careers involving music outside of performing and teaching, engage with professionals in those fields
ADEROSA
58:39
The Science of Music is on Safari Montage is a good resource for students in a Music Lab Class. It's old, but still appropriate for 6th graders at least.
J.R. Snow
59:05
Creating space to produce music in non traditional mediums, not just with the tools of technology. 3D printing students new instruments designed in conjunction with STEM teachers and community partners is a way to create differently.
Jonathan Mills
01:00:10
I do a short unit on the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura (Landfill Harmonic), to show the resilience and innovative spirit of a town in Paraguay
Michelle Milligan
01:00:48
I LOVE the idea of shifting our focus on the process of practicing and setting goals, as opposed to minutes practiced.VA Composer Katie LaBrie, has a great resource online for teachers and studentshttps://www.practicewithpurpose.net/
Michelle Milligan
01:02:11
Katie LaBrie (VA Composer) also has "Distance Duets" posted for band and orchestra!https://www.katieoharalabrie.com/distance
ADEROSA
01:02:35
When requesting feedback from students on performances they have watched or participated in I use either use padlets.com or I use a Google Form for a survey emphasizing that they use musical terms.
ADEROSA
01:13:13
Will all webinars be recorded for future viewing? I ask because I'll be back at school for some of these webinars?
Carrie Finnegan
01:13:32
yes they will be!
ADEROSA
01:14:09
Thank you Carrie. I thought so. :)
ADEROSA
01:15:10
Congratulations Michelle!
Amy Hall
01:15:14
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Wanda Mitchell
01:15:52
Thanks, this was very informative!
Paige Driver
01:16:02
Thank you!
Cynthia Breckenridge Breckenridge
01:16:03
Thank you to all of the panelists for sharing with us!
Sherry Wozniak
01:16:05
Thank you so much!!!
Lydia Toliver
01:16:11
Thank you!
Christie-Jo Adams
01:16:11
Thank you!
Jonathan Mills
01:16:15
Thank you everyone for your expertise and dedication!
Karen Doyle
01:16:15
Thank you so much-great overview!
Amanda Clark
01:16:26
Thank you!