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date: 18 November 2018

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The implementation of technology may present challenges to music educators. These challenges include varying levels of teacher confidence with technology and aspects of creative processes such as student exploration; teacher conceptions of when music happens, risk, and failure; and school curricula. This chapter provides examples of these challenges from a music teacher’s perspective. One of the questions from my own practice is in what ways could students be makers, tinkerers, or engineers in the music classroom? I identify three principles that guide my own implementation of technology in a creativity-driven music classroom. These principles are not unique to teaching music with technology, and could underlie all music-making experiences for children.

Keywords: music education, technology, creativity, risk, children, exploration, implementation, pedagogy, makers

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