Teach 5000 kids math and science through rhythm!

by Music in Schools Today
Jun 20, 2012

Summer 2012 - Check out our YouTube Video

On May 31st, MUST partnered with KQED and Crissy Field to provide a six-hour workshop to over 41 teachers in San Francisco.  Teachers mapped sections of Crissy Field using cartography techniques as well as record "soundscapes" to accompany their maps.  MUST taught teachers how to use their iphones as instruments and recording devices for this project. 

Check out the attached video to see one of our professional development workshops in action!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow4heC5uJwY&feature=youtu.be

Thanks again for your support of Music in Schools Today.  Your contributions are greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

The MUST Team

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Music in Schools Today

Location: San Francisco, California - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.mustcreate.org
Project Leader:
Grace Prasad
San Francisco, CA California United States

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