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Technology in Music (TIM) (SIP033)
This project investigated the use of technology (primarily MIDI interface and cross-platform software) in teaching and learning music.
18 months
Lead Organisation
Coláiste Choilm, Cork
Project Aims
  • To introduce teachers and pupils to the potential of MIDI interface technology in teaching and learning music.
  • To train teachers in basic computing and in the use of cross-platform software in the music curriculum.
  • To develop models of good practice in using ICT to teach music.
  • Participants to provide feedback on their experiences of using the technology.
  • Indicative Outcomes
  • Development of teaching resource materials, student materials (to be pressed onto CD) and pedagogic strategies for teaching and learning music using the new technologies.
  • Development and dissemination of examples of good practice in education.
  • Critical examination of the suitability of the selected software.
  • Training teachers how to use ICT as a tool to deliver the music curriculum.
  • Participating Schools
    Presentation College, Cork
    North Presentation Primary School, Cork
    Christ King Secondary School, Cork
    Further Information

    SIP is an initiative of the National Centre for Technology in Education
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