Smoke on The Water (Green Screen edition)

As I have promised, I created a video of me playing guitar with the Deep Purple’s Smoke on the Water live video. And I am going to explain my process of setting up this video.   I recorded myself playing guitar in front of my green screen studio (one corner of my office) using iPad.… Continue reading Smoke on The Water (Green Screen edition)

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Major Project

My major project was quite enjoyable. I was tasked with creating an online unit. Now it took me some time to figure out what exactly I wanted to teach, and every unit is different and some units would work better online than others so, I decided to search for a unit that would allow a […]

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Guitar Lesson Progress Report

So I have been using Yousician (my last post of guitar lesson) for a while, and I wanted to share how this app works. I had the Yousician app downloaded on my laptop, and I thought I can screencast it. But, this app did not run smoothly on my laptop. The screen froze, and I could… Continue reading Guitar Lesson Progress Report

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Time to Review by Learning Something New!

So I had long decided that I wanted to do scale last, something that I know a lot of teachers will kick up a fuss about. If I was teaching this in class, I probably would end up teaching this as my students require it. For now, I wanted to teach scale last as a […]

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Assignment – Let’s do the Opposite

In previous assignments, I had assigned multiple tasks. What this resulted in was a massive dump of marks. I don’t like that because it’s difficult to pinpoint what my students were doing wrong. So, as I went along in this unit, I started splitting more and more things. That way, if I were to use […]

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Exploded Diagrams – A Real Who’s Who

I keep ploughing away here at my final project. The next thing I needed to focus on was making sure my students could identify what objects were made of. That is, what made the object what it is. Nope, that is not it… I needed to make sure my students could look at a table […]

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