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seven areas of competency in music technology

Seven Areas of Competency in Music Technology

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education

C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology
  • Electronic Musical Instruments
  • MIDI Sequencing
  • Music Notation Software
  • Computer-Assisted Instruction
  • Multimedia and Digitized Media
  • Internet and Telecommunications
  • Information Processing, Computer Systems, and Lab Management

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology

1) Electronic Musical Instruments

Music teachers need to know how MIDI connections are made among instruments, how to use MIDI in the classroom, and how to connect MIDI instruments with computers.

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology

2) MIDI Sequencing

Teachers should be able to enter notes in a MIDI sequence either one at a time (step-time) or by performing (real-time).

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology

3) Music Notation Software

Teachers should be able to enter and layout a complete score, create parts, and integrate notation files into word processing software for text handouts and exams.

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology

4) Computer-Assisted Instruction

Teachers should have a broad familiarity with available CAI software. They should understand how to install, use, and integrate these programs into their music curriculum taking full advantage of the record-keeping, evaluation, and instructional support CAI software provides.

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology

5) Multimedia and Digitized Media

Teachers must have a working knowledge of how computers process, store, and retrieve data from disk, and of the various file formats in which digital media can be stored. Teachers need to know how to use the various editing tools available for digital media and how to edit and process media file types.

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology

6) Internet and Telecommunications

Teachers need to understand the various protocols used in connecting computers to the Internet, how to share files between computers of varying platforms, and be able to effectively search for and retrieve information.

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology

7) Information Processing, Computer Systems,and Lab Management

Teachers should be able to install and run word processing programs and enter data, format pages, and print out reports. They can use these tools to manage class activities and lab systems.

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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Seven Areas of Competencyin Music Technology
  • Electronic Musical Instruments
  • MIDI Sequencing
  • Music Notation Software
  • Computer-Assisted Instruction
  • Multimedia and Digitized Media
  • Internet and Telecommunications
  • Information Processing, Computer Systems, and Lab Management

MUS 17F, Technology in Music Education. C.W. Post Department of Music

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