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Education Example: Music Lesson Composers Example

Paper-based, multi-media allows us to record sounds and music directly to the Livescribe dot paper. Many music therapists are recording directly into their Livescribe notebooks and carrying the Pulse smartpen and notebook into therapy sessions rather than sound equipment. In this example, the teacher has recorded classical music pieces for the student to listen to and then identify the correct composer.

Presentation by Holly De Leon, Vice President Sales, K-12, Livescribe.

From " 12 Ways Educators and Students Are Using the Pen Today"

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Livescribe Piano – Adding Sharps and Flats

Here’s how to add sharps and flats to a Livescribe piano.

I got the information from pages 83-86 of the 120 page Livescribe User Manual.

Theater, opera, music and the Livescribe

The following idea comes from a principal in Arizona who shares how her school is using the Livescribe Pulse smartpen.

Idea: Theater (or opera with my class in this case):  Students will be writing an opera. The opera artist will play the music as students sing their lines. Lyrics are likely to be written and given to me, and perhaps sheet music to go along with it.   Since I cannot read sheet music, I can write the name of the student, record that student practicing his/her lines with the musical accompaniment in opera class, then we can practice it at any time back in classroom I can upload it and send each students’ lines with accompaniment to his/her parents.

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