Another Live Interactive Webcast - Dr. James Frankel - 02/02 15:00 GMT/UTC
- Lee Baber and I are doing some live webcast centered around bringing
music into the classroom in the EVO 08 experience. We thought that
some of our speakers would be interesting to all of you, so we are
issuing an open invitation to anyone in this group or in the new BAW
08 group to join us. The information you need is below. Join us.
Lee Baber's new Live WebBridges (http://musicbridge.com/live) site is
up and running and to celebrate, we are bringing in Dr. James Frankel
as our first guest interview. You can also get to the Live area by
clicking on the "Live" tab at the MusicBridges
Dr. Frankel is the Managing Director of
SoundTree(http://www.soundtree.com/welcome.asp), the educational
division of Korg USA(http://www.korgusa.com/korgusa/index.asp), a
registered Professional Development Provider for the State of New
Jersey, a teacher with more than 15 years of teaching instrumental and
general music at the elementary and middle school levels in New Jersey
where he has incorporated music technology throughout his teaching
environment, author of over 50 wonderful articles on music and
education, an Adjunct Faculty member at both Teachers College Columbia
University and Montclair State University where he teaches courses on
music technology, and creator of The Music Technology in Education
blog(http://jamesfrankel.musiced.net/). Take some time to peruse some
of his work at his archive at the Dr James Frankel
homepage(http://www.jamesfrankel.com/). What an awesome educator and
music promoter. We are so lucky to have him consent to an interview.
Again, we will be webcasting via Lee's Live WebBridges
(http://musicbridge.com/live). Just go to the page, and click on the
arrow in the EdTech Talk Ustream window on the right or text chat into
the text chat box (just choose a username, no password is required).
Everything is pretty self explanatory. Dr. Frankel will make a
presentation and answer some interview questions from Elderbob and
Lee, and then you will be invited to log in on Skype and ask questions
or make direct comment to Dr. Frankel.
If you miss the live session, we will also be recording it, and will
try to get it back online on the following day, so everyone will have
an opportunity to hear Dr. Frankel.
I hope to see you all there.
IF you have any questions about the applications, email or Skype
either me or Lee, and we will do our best to make sure you have a