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K-12 Technology
Math and Music
https://mathsciencemusic.org

May 02, 2016 2016-05-02

STEM • STEAM • STREAM

Fill Math with Music

The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz has developed MathScienceMusic.org, a website that offers teachers resources and apps to use music as a vehicle to teach other academic lessons. One app, Groove Pizza, allows users to draw lines and shapes onto a circle. The circle then rotates, and each shape and line generates its own distinct sound. It’s a discreet way for children to learn about rhythm and proportions. With enough shapes and lines, children can create elaborate beats on the app, all in the context of a “pizza”—another way to make learning math and music palatable to children. Another app—Scratch Jazz—allows children to use the basic coding platform Scratch to create their own music.

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