"The Groove Pizza is a playful tool for creating grooves using math concepts like shapes, angles, and patterns. Start working with one of the "specials" pizza presets and add/remove "toppings" to adjust the groove, or click on the "Shape Pizza" tab and drag various shapes onto the big circle to play and explore math-inspired grooves. Share your creation on social media, or continue your groove over at the online digital audio workstation at Soundtrap.com."
A collection of resources from Martin Urbach.
"A first-hand look into the cultures and artists behind some of the world's most compelling music scenes."
This lesson is designed to introduce your students to many important social issues in society today through a very accessible way that also aims to grasp student interest. In our classroom, the lesson was taught to students in grades 5-8, but it can easily be modified to be beneficial for a wide variety of ages. The list of issues that I have highlighted is not exhaustive and I encourage you to find elements of the music and the video that you find pertinent and useful in your own classroom. Further, the interpretations presented are also neither right nor wrong. In our classroom, we embraced and considered many different interpretations and I encourage you to do the same in your classroom.
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