FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, SAVE 25% ON OUR WORKSHOPS
Its that time of the year where the kids are back to school, meeting their new teachers and classmates and interested in what the year ahead has in store for them.
For the remainder of September up until October 17th try one of our Garageband workshops at 30% off.
Over $100.00 in savings! In a 25 child classroom, that works out to only $10 per child!
Check out our FAQ section to learn more about our services and how having a Garageband workshop in your class could be beneficial and exciting for your students.
Music teacher Ms. Smith speaks about the GarageBand Workshop.The only technical problem we encountered was getting our new, original music inserted into the video. Apple’s iMovie Trailer software allows the filmmaker to chose music only from a limited amount of music samples found within iMovie. In order to insert the kid’s musical compositions, a little manipulation needed to be done. Read my post here on how to do this successfully. As usual, the kids were immediately focused and raring to get to work. The idea of creating music on their iPads, iPhones and/or laptops grabbed onto and held their attention throughout the entire day. We’re all looking forward to seeing the final video and seeing Ms. Smith’s classroom again in September!
“ The one thing that I was hoping for was getting myself more used to using technology in the classroom and I think that has been accomplished because I have started to think where I can use these applications, and when.” Francesca Adamo, Prince of Peace Grade 6 TeacherGrade 5 and 6 students combined for a full day of hands on learning with their iPads and Garageband. The result was 60 new songs, created by 60 enthusiastic kids as part of a cross curricular learning adventure. The children were asked to bring in artifacts that were “personal, and had great emotional meaning to them” and by applying their newfound knowledge of what “Mood, Tempo, Pitch and Dynamics” in music means, go and create their own song that best represented their feelings about the artifacts.
“So phenomenal, that we want to have more kids being able to learn (GarageBand).” Martha Fitzpatrick, Prince of Peace Elementary School PrincipalIt was an endearing process as many of the children brought in photographs of their family members accompanied by a short description of their thoughts. We managed to post 52 of the songs on Youtube for the kids to brag about! We even managed to coax a few of the students into laying down a vocal track! In addition, the workshop gained rave reviews from teachers at Prince of Peace as well as the Principal herself, Martha Fitzpatrick but seriously, there’s nothing more heartwarming than the approval and excitement of the kids once they’ve experienced the feeling of making a song that they’ve dedicated to their loved ones!
“The kids we all lined up, (at recess) outside looking in here and I could see they all wanted to get in on the action”
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