Master music teacher Amy Burns shares how her music students use Seesaw as a place for performance and sharing with parents and grandparents. Amy believes this pedagogical shift is a game changer in the music classroom Learn more.
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Amy M. Burns has taught PreK-grade 4 general music for over 20 years at Far Hills Country Day School. She has authored three books on how to integrate technology into the elementary music classroom. She has presented many sessions on the topic, including four keynote addresses in Texas, Indiana, St. Maarten, and Australia. She is the recipient of the 2005 TI:ME Teacher of the Year, 2016 NJ Master Music Teacher, 2016 Governor’s Leader in Arts Education, and the 2017 NJ Nonpublic School Teacher of the Year Awards.
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I chose to listen to this podcast because I thought it would be interesting. I don’t have much experience in the music classroom! I love the idea that the students don’t have to have an email to use Seesaw. I think parents would love being notified when their child creates a music masterpiece! What a great way to share what kids have been learning in class!
OMG, I just loved this seesaw rhythm and definitely, I will teach this to my students. Can you pls recommend more articles to learn more in detail?