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Le plan e-education se fixe comme objectif 70% des collégiens et lycéens dotés d'une tablette PC d'ici 2020. Second objectif : 60% des crédits pour ressources pédagogiques dirigé vers le numérique. "On veut créer un ...
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GarageBand for iPad Tips | Midnight Music | iPads in Education

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9 things you didn't know about GarageBand for iPad...

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Technology in Music Education

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How to use iPhones, iPods, iPads, and other technology in music education.

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Learning and Teaching with iPads: iPad For Music Education

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Technology in Music Education

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5 Reasons to Try iBooks Author

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There are so many ways that iPads can be used in the classroom, and one of my favorite things about these tablets is the ability to use iBooks(3) with students. Although there are tons of great options available in the iBookstore(4), there is a program for MacBooks that let users create their very own interactive books for iPads. This free program gives teachers the ability to create iBooks that can be shared with students by adding them to individual devices or published to the iBookstore to share with the world.

1. Short Learning Curve

In iBooks Author(5), even teachers just scratching the surface of this powerful tool can create an impressive product. This program includes a range of templates allowing users to drag and drop text, images and videos on the page. As your comfort level increases, you can record audio or add music, put review questions at the end of a section, and place Keynote(6) presentations for students to access.

2. Customize Your Students' Textbooks

By creating a textbook in iBooks Author, teachers have the option to upload their own text and pictures. You can add your own captions to images and alter a text level to meet the needs of your students. Teachers can even record their own voices reading selections for students to play back. Kids can use the built-in text features, such as tapping on a word to see the definition, to make the iBook an interactive reading experience.

3. Create Collections of Student Work

When I was teaching fifth grade, we took our students' published personal narratives and social studies projects to create iBooks that showcased their work. It included their writing and pictures of each project. We recorded each student's voice reading from his or her own writing so that, with a tap of the screen, you could hear each child speak. Then we uploaded this book to the iBookstore so that our published student authors could share their work with friends and families -- and even add it to their portfolios to show off during middle school interviews.

4. Kids Can Contribute

Two years ago I created an iBook using iBooks Author for the first time. I was pretty excited to share this "first draft" with my students, and they were really pumped to try something new. After a few days, some of them started to point out things that were missing or could be added to our class textbook. I knew this was a great opportunity for students to locate primary source documents and create captions that could be added to the book. They even wrote review questions that I added to the end of each section. Not only were they excited to see their contributions in the updated version of the book, but they were also completely invested in creating a product that could be shared with their classmates.

5. It's Cool

There are lots of ways to engage students with iBooks Author, a fantastic tool to get children excited about reading. Try adding videos or a gallery of images, or take a Keynote presentation that you would normally show students and place it on a page. iBooks Author lets you create your very own interactive texts that are sure to grab the attention of your students.

Ownership, Permission and Workarounds

If you publish your creations to the iBookstore, be mindful of the need to get permission from families when sharing student work. Here is a great blog post on using Creative Commons in K-12 Education(7) if you are including materials created by someone else. And if your students don't have iPads, iBooks can also be read on the new Mavericks operating system(8) available for Mac computers. 


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Creating Music with iPads - iPad and Technology in Music Education

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"One area that I don’t have time to explore very often during the school year is creating music on my iPad. It seems with all the day to day activities of teaching that I totally loose touch with musical explorations and composing. I’ve been taking more time lately to do this and I am floored at what I can do with an iPad and a few apps. I am not going to give you a history lesson here but I will say that at one time in my career I dreamed of creating a wonderful MIDI lab outfitted with computers, keyboards, speakers and mixers for my students to use. That dream never happened because of the crazy cost involved. My dream has been reshaped. Here is what I’ve found…."


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Creating Music with iPads - iPad and Technology in Music Education

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"One area that I don’t have time to explore very often during the school year is creating music on my iPad. It seems with all the day to day activities of teaching that I totally loose touch with musical explorations and composing. I’ve been taking more time lately to do this and I am floored at what I can do with an iPad and a few apps. I am not going to give you a history lesson here but I will say that at one time in my career I dreamed of creating a wonderful MIDI lab outfitted with computers, keyboards, speakers and mixers for my students to use. That dream never happened because of the crazy cost involved. My dream has been reshaped. Here is what I’ve found…."


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Wonderful technological developments, making music creating accessbile and engaging for everyone.

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I think this is pretty cool, if you have a iPad you can make music by just downloading apps.  You can take a iPad anywhere, you can be bored, or sitting somewhere ust waiting and  you can just pulled out your ipad and start making music and that is of course if you are into music.

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The involvement the Apple products has had in the music industry is just amazing. In Mr. Shimmons article, he mentions all the new apps created to make music that sounds somewhat professional at a very low to no cost. This news all that bad considering now humans can teach the youth how to compose music and possibly make it easier to learn instruments. However, it is becoming a growing problem for the industry itself because everyone wants to be their 'own producer' and people are paying less for record labels.  

 

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Apps in Education: 10 top tips for shooting iPad 2 video

Apps in Education: 10 top tips for shooting iPad 2 video | usages numeriques education musicale | Scoop.it

The following is a clear and concise set of tips for getting the best quality footage from the guys at iPad Creative. These guys have a great blog about how the iPad is being used in the creative fields of music, graphic design and the Visual Arts, however they are also very generous with their blogging about the use of iPads in education and as a tool for learning. Their site is well worth the visit.


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Creating Music with iPads - iPad and Technology in Music Education

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"One area that I don’t have time to explore very often during the school year is creating music on my iPad. It seems with all the day to day activities of teaching that I totally loose touch with musical explorations and composing. I’ve been taking more time lately to do this and I am floored at what I can do with an iPad and a few apps. I am not going to give you a history lesson here but I will say that at one time in my career I dreamed of creating a wonderful MIDI lab outfitted with computers, keyboards, speakers and mixers for my students to use. That dream never happened because of the crazy cost involved. My dream has been reshaped. Here is what I’ve found…."


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Kirsten Macaulay's curator insight, December 7, 2013 4:11 AM

Wonderful technological developments, making music creating accessbile and engaging for everyone.

Cristian Barkan's curator insight, December 9, 2013 12:10 PM

I think this is pretty cool, if you have a iPad you can make music by just downloading apps.  You can take a iPad anywhere, you can be bored, or sitting somewhere ust waiting and  you can just pulled out your ipad and start making music and that is of course if you are into music.

Alanis Tittemore's curator insight, December 7, 2014 1:27 PM

The involvement the Apple products has had in the music industry is just amazing. In Mr. Shimmons article, he mentions all the new apps created to make music that sounds somewhat professional at a very low to no cost. This news all that bad considering now humans can teach the youth how to compose music and possibly make it easier to learn instruments. However, it is becoming a growing problem for the industry itself because everyone wants to be their 'own producer' and people are paying less for record labels.  

 

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Creating Music with iPads - iPad and Technology in Music Education

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"One area that I don’t have time to explore very often during the school year is creating music on my iPad. It seems with all the day to day activities of teaching that I totally loose touch with musical explorations and composing. I’ve been taking more time lately to do this and I am floored at what I can do with an iPad and a few apps. I am not going to give you a history lesson here but I will say that at one time in my career I dreamed of creating a wonderful MIDI lab outfitted with computers, keyboards, speakers and mixers for my students to use. That dream never happened because of the crazy cost involved. My dream has been reshaped. Here is what I’ve found…."


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Kirsten Macaulay's curator insight, December 7, 2013 4:11 AM

Wonderful technological developments, making music creating accessbile and engaging for everyone.

Cristian Barkan's curator insight, December 9, 2013 12:10 PM

I think this is pretty cool, if you have a iPad you can make music by just downloading apps.  You can take a iPad anywhere, you can be bored, or sitting somewhere ust waiting and  you can just pulled out your ipad and start making music and that is of course if you are into music.

Alanis Tittemore's curator insight, December 7, 2014 1:27 PM

The involvement the Apple products has had in the music industry is just amazing. In Mr. Shimmons article, he mentions all the new apps created to make music that sounds somewhat professional at a very low to no cost. This news all that bad considering now humans can teach the youth how to compose music and possibly make it easier to learn instruments. However, it is becoming a growing problem for the industry itself because everyone wants to be their 'own producer' and people are paying less for record labels.  

 

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The Best Music Creation Apps for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

The Best Music Creation Apps for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | usages numeriques education musicale | Scoop.it

"Here are what believe are some of the best iPad apps we would recommend for music teachers as well as anyone interested in creating music on the go. There is no huge learning curve in using these apps and anyone with the least knowledge of music and notations will be able to come to grips with how these apps work from the first few trials.  Their intuitive interfaces and easy-to-use functionalities make them an ideal fit for classroom integration. Every app comes with detailed illustrations and graphical guides to help you make the best of it. We hope you will find them useful."


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These days its easier and easier to make things awesome! Take these apps for creating music for instance: now, even if you can't play a note, you can get your own particular groove on!

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Numérique et Autonomie | Websito-thèque : ressources numériques ...

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Pour autant la disponibilité de ces ressources change l'éducation. Entre séduction et déception, il est impératif de définir ce que pourraient être les principes de la construction de soi dans un monde envahi par le numérique ...
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12 Excellent iPad Apps for Music Education ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on iPads and Other tablets in Education curated by mrsjgarcia (12 Excellent iPad Apps for Music Education ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | @scoopit...

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Learning and Teaching with iPads: iPad for Music Education - Part 3

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Some freebies for the music department..


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iPads in Music Education

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Pins about iPads in Music Education hand-picked by Pinner Jason Litt | See more about music education, music ed and ipad app.

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Using the iPad in Music Education | SBO Magazine

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Apple's iPad is changing the music education landscape. ... Cloud technology is great for storing student work from the many iPads used by students during the school day.
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Retrieving Pupil Work off iPads- June 2013 Blog Post

Retrieving Pupil Work off iPads- June 2013 Blog Post | usages numeriques education musicale | Scoop.it

I hope everyone who was on half-term last week had a relaxing break. I thought I would focus this month's blog post on an issue that faces every school using iPads: How to effectively gather the videos/documents that pupils are creating.

 

This is the one question I am always asked. With pupils using iPads to do everything from creating films, composing music and writing interactive ebooks, it is now no longer possible to always print off pupil work and staple it to a display board. With rumours that Apple will be announcing AirDrop for iPad next week at the WWDC conference, I thought it was a good time to round up the workflow solutions currently on offer for the iPad.

 

The Cloud
If the iPads are all connected to one Apple ID then you can use iCloud to access pupil work. This only really works with Pages, Numbers and Keynote. When pupils create a document then with iCloud turned on, it will push the document to all the other iPads connected to that Apple ID. This works to limited degree. I like the fact that you can access the documents from the web using iCloud.com but the whole thing is designed for the personal user and it restricted by storage size etc for education use.

Personally I feel that services like DropBox and Box are also designed for the personal user and I am slightly concerned about putting photos/videos of children on there because their terms and conditions are not designed for education. At school we use DropBox to send resources to pupils, like maps for geography and old photos for history. Google Drive also is popular in secondary education.

 

iTunes
When the iPad is plugged into iTunes, you can send documents from many apps, including GarageBand, Book Creator etc to iTunes using the sharing option. This works ok if you have a charge box that plugs all the iPads into the computer simultaneously but is quite time consuming compared to some of the other wireless options.

 

WebDav
This works by setting up a Mac as a Server by using Mountain Lion Server. You then put the server settings into each iPad and it allows pupils to save their iWork documents to a folder on the mac server. It also works with Explain everything app. I like this method but it is limited to the iWork apps so all photos/video will have to be out into apps like Pages and Keynote. There is also the Kanex MeDrive which I reviewed in a previous blog post.

 

Showbie and Edmodo
We began using Showbie in school in March and it works well. Teachers create an assignment name and and pupils use the Showbie app to drop documents/videos/photos etc to that assignment. Teachers can then use the app to view the file and give feedback to pupils. What I like about this is that firstly it works with the camera roll, iwork apps and apps such as Book Creator and Comic Life but it also works online too so pupils can add files from their computers at home to access at school or visa versa. Edmodo is similar but has a few more features designed for Secondary schools, such as quizzes.

 

QR Codes
More and more apps are enabling the user to upload the file to the web, such as My Story which is an ebook creator app that creates a web link for each book. QR codes can then be made with that link attached. These can be placed in newsletters and on displays so that parents can view pupil work on their smartphones.

 

So there you go, there are many options for sending files from iPad to another, such as InstaShare. The key is that there is no one size fits all. It very much depends on the size of the school, iPad deployment and policies. Have a good term and look out for an update to my book in late June and iPad training mornings in early July. www.ipadteachers.co.uk

 


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A Powerful Way To Use Music (And iPads) In The Classroom - Edudemic

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"A few years back (Wow! We can’t believe Edudemic has even been around that long!) we wrote about an awesome video that was recorded by a classroom of students and their iPads. The song was such a huge success that it went up for sale on iTunes! Considering that when I was a kid, music class included me banging randomly on a wooden block with a small mallet, I think it is fair to say that technology has brought music class a long, long way.

 

Store Van Music embarked on a tour of schools in the UK and help the students create outstanding music using iPads and their minds.

 

Their stated goal is to put a stop to the 80% dropout rate of students in the musical arts. As you can see from their website, they’re a passionate bunch with some terrific motivation.

 

They’ve made another video recently, and within an hour and a half of the release, it reached number 1 in iTunes children’s charts. As of this writing, it is the 19th most watched music video in the UK. Talk about cutting-edge, relevant music education!"

 


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An Incredible Way To Teach Music Using iPads In The Classroom [Video] - Edudemic | iPads in Education | Scoop.it

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"What happens when you take a classroom of students, add 24 iPads as well as sound recording gear and then throw in a live band?

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When is Creativity "Authentic"? Making Music on the iPad. - iPads in Education

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I recently came across the incredible Guitar Improvisation video below.


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10 top tips for shooting iPad 2 video | Apps in Education

The following is a clear and concise set of tips for getting the best quality footage from the guys at iPad Creative. These guys have a great blog about how the iPad is being used in the creative fields of music, graphic design and the Visual Arts, however they are also very generous with their blogging about the use of iPads in education and as a tool for learning. Their site is well worth the visit."


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Learning and Teaching with iPads: iPad for Music Education - Part 3

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"SoundPrism (free) - This is an extremely interesting and, as it turns out, a very in depth piece of music design. When you open up this app you may brush this off as another Beatwave, everywhere you place your fingers it sounds nice, in tune and in the right key, but(!) when delving further it reveals itself to be quite intricate, what I think to be, composing machine."

 

 


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30 Reasons I Love Teaching Elementary STEM - Moving at the Speed of Creativity @wfryer

30 Reasons I Love Teaching Elementary STEM - Moving at the Speed of Creativity @wfryer | usages numeriques education musicale | Scoop.it
This is my 20th year in education but my second year back in the classroom, teaching STEM full-time to 610 4th and 5th graders at Independence Elementary in Yukon, Oklahoma. Our STEM program is very unique, since it’s in the “specials “rotation for all students that also includes PE, Music and Art. This is the 4th year of the STEM program in Yukon Public Schools. As we’re about to wind down our school year, I thought it would be good to reflect and share about the reasons I love teaching elementary STEM in YPS. If you want to learn more, come to STEMseeds PD Camp June 2-4, 2015!

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Sac de plage 2014 : Education musicale - Café pédagogique

Sac de plage 2014 : Education musicale - Café pédagogique | usages numeriques education musicale | Scoop.it
Mais le parcours suppose aussi de s'appuyer sur les ressources locales et de développer des partenariats avec les institutions avoisinantes. Enfin le ministère lance un port folio numérique individuel.
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