A concert to remember – collaborative groups composed music and were charged with a single task – Each group must have an audience interactive application. Passive audiences are so 2000 – in 2013 we get the audience involved in making the music and experiencing the art form – live!
My son told me once Google Glass was out that I would be asking for one. Brett, you are right. As an educator, I can imagine great things, innovative opportunities, and student/teacher creativity and collaboration with Google glass.
The one thing I really would like to try is Google Glass for assessment. It would be nice to grade an assignment, record it while I read and grade, ask questions, and comment. I could send the video to the student as a part of the assessment review or even conference real time. Wouldn’t that be great?
An Infographic by www.OpenColleges.edu.au
We are in long rehearsals for our upcoming concert! We hope to have another sold-out house for this wonderful evening of music! $5 for students and $6 for adults. We will also have an intermission where you can enjoy the wonderful student artwork. See you on Wednesday night!
Well – after 11 months of collecting – we have effectively purchased a total of 3 goats for families in Guatemala! Congratulations!