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Technology will help Hart students create and study music

Soon there will be a new way for students at James Hart School in Homewood to make music. Over the summer, Emily Kasper, Matt Johnson and Adrienne Olsen, music faculty at Hart, designed a new curriculum that will have sixth, seventh and eighth graders using technology to explore and create music in the required six-week General Music classes.  The curriculum also aligns with national and state standards for music, Olsen said. Projects will be produced by students using the ‘garage band’ program on iPads and recorded sound rather than using paper and pencil. Eventually students . . .

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