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How Video Games Help Music Education [4 Resources]

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Let's think beyond Rock Band and Guitar Hero, beyond the Playstation and Xbox. There are other ways music teachers can harness the power of video games for their music class. There are a great number of free music games on the internet that you can find with a simple Google search but we found four resources and directories that are wildly popular and proven to help incorporate technology in your lesson plans.

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1) Video Games Helping Math and Music Education [Article and Resource]


 

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2) San Francisco Symphony [Online Flash Music Games]


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3) Exploring the Relationship Between Music Education and Video Games [Case Study]


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4) Consortium for Innovation and Trasformation in Music Education [Articles, Directory and Resources]


 

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