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Computational thinking in sound : teaching the art and science of music and technology / Gena R. Greher, Jesse M. Heines

Av: Greher, Gena RMedverkande: Heines, Jesse MPublisher: New York : Oxford University Press, [2014]Beskrivning: xviii, 232 sidor : illustrationer ; 24 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 978-0-19-982617-9; 0-19-982617-X; 978-0-19-982619-3; 0-19-982619-6Ämne(n): Musikundervisning | Ljudteknik | Elektronisk musik | Music -- Instruction and study -- Technological innovations | Interdisciplinary approach in education | Computer composition | Computer composition | Interdisciplinary approach in education | Music -- Instruction and study -- Technological innovations | Musik | Technologie | Computer | Informatik | ComputermusikYtterligare fysiska format: Digital utgåva: Computational thinking in sound : teaching the art and science of music and technologyDDK-klassifikation: 780.71 LC-klassifikation: MT1 | .G825 2014
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Computational thinking in music courses : How to get artsy types to start thinking like geeks and vice versa -- Imagination and creativity : the school based paradox -- Interdisciplinary teaching and learning : two heads might actually be better than one -- Notation and representation : how we get 'em to crack the code -- Getting them started : I didn't think you could do that with a computer -- Platforms and tools : anything you can do, I need to do cheaper -- Logistics : bit by bit, putting it together -- Assessment : making the grade -- The performamatics model of sharing and networking : we're all connected
Anmärkning bestånd: EMS : H1 Libris-ID: 19941027Summary: With Computational Thinking in Sound, veteran educators Gena R. Greher and Jesse M. Heines provide the first book ever written for music fundamentals educators that is devoted specifically to music, sound, and technology. Using a student-centered approach that emphasizes project-based experiences, the book provides music educators with multiple strategies to explore, create, and solve problems with music and technology in equal parts. It also provides examples of hands-on activities that encourage students, alone and in groups, to explore the basic principles that underlie today's music technology and freely available multimedia creation tools. Computational Thinking in Sound is an effective tool for educators to introduce students to the complex process of computational thinking in the context of the creative arts through the more accessible medium of music
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Computational thinking in music courses : How to get artsy types to start thinking like geeks and vice versa -- Imagination and creativity : the school based paradox -- Interdisciplinary teaching and learning : two heads might actually be better than one -- Notation and representation : how we get 'em to crack the code -- Getting them started : I didn't think you could do that with a computer -- Platforms and tools : anything you can do, I need to do cheaper -- Logistics : bit by bit, putting it together -- Assessment : making the grade -- The performamatics model of sharing and networking : we're all connected

With Computational Thinking in Sound, veteran educators Gena R. Greher and Jesse M. Heines provide the first book ever written for music fundamentals educators that is devoted specifically to music, sound, and technology. Using a student-centered approach that emphasizes project-based experiences, the book provides music educators with multiple strategies to explore, create, and solve problems with music and technology in equal parts. It also provides examples of hands-on activities that encourage students, alone and in groups, to explore the basic principles that underlie today's music technology and freely available multimedia creation tools. Computational Thinking in Sound is an effective tool for educators to introduce students to the complex process of computational thinking in the context of the creative arts through the more accessible medium of music

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