Technology in the teaching studio - Do you use it?

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Postby Dr. John Zeigler - PEP Ed » Mon Oct 11, 2004 10:02 am

Many teachers use computer "theory labs" or other computer-aided teaching tools for drill, to reinforce lessons or to augment them in areas like music appreciation, music history, composition and ear training. These days, the hardware and software are relatively inexpensive (a lab can be set up easily for under $500) and quite powerful. We have previously written an article on the basics of how to set up a computer teaching lab. Do you use technology (defined as using a personal computer or dedicated MIDI setup) in your teaching? If so, how do you use it? Is there a "right way and a wrong way" to do it? What would you advise other teachers contemplating adding technology to their studio programs to do? If you're not using it, do you have specific objections to it? This thread should be helpful to lots of teachers, so please give us the benefit of your experience. :cool:



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