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Integrating Technology

Integrating Technology

Doctor of Education

Female |TORONTO, Canada

Music, Math, Physics, Shinichi Suzuki, and Education

23 Jul

2011 02:30 PM (CST)

This class ran for 49 minutes

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About the class

About the class

This webinar is hosted in English

Music, Math, Physics, Shinichi Suzuki, and Education: Reforging the Quadrivium

A thousand years ago, European universities once taught the sciences of music, geometry, astronomy, and arithmetic under one umbrella. While these studies were forced apart by the industrial revolution, but find themselves urged back together by modern research. Joseph learned viola through the methods of Shinichi Suzuki, and has been teaching the old knowledge as one study through Suzuki's own methods and methodology. Participants will be able shown the geometrical functions of music and the theory of harmony to see how the language of music can be learned according to the rules of the mathematical language and how math can be taught musically: one subject deepening understanding of one another, letting learning be natural, quick, and fun.

We had some technical issues with the streaming, today (July 23). We are all set for tomorrow, so please join us for the workshops (July 24).

About the Host

Integrating Technology

Integrating Technology

Doctor of Education
TORONTO, Canada

Marisa Constantinides is a teacher, teacher educator, conference presenter and ELT author, Director of Studies of CELT Athens. Her main ELT qualifications are a Diploma in TEFLA and an M.A. in Applied Linguistics from Reading University. Marisa is a frequent conference presenter and keynote speaker and is one of the founding moderators of #ELTchat, a weekly discussion of ELT teachers on Twitter which was shortlisted in the 2012 ELTon Awards for Innovation in Teacher Resources.

She maintains the following blogs:
1. TEFL Matters
2. Teaching & Learning Foreign Languages
3. The Cambridge CELTA blog
4. The Cambridge DELTA course blog
5. ELTchat Blog

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