MAMIC goes live: a music programming system for non-specialist delivery
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AbstractThe computing curriculum in England has shifted from “software training” to a model where children learn to code as a way of understanding underlying principles. This has created challenges for primary school teaching practitioners, many of whom require upskilling. The Music And Math In Collaboration (MAMIC) project addresses these issues via a custom library for the Pure Data (Pd) visual programming environment that interconnects key musical, mathematical and coding concepts within a unified environment that is able to be delivered by non-specialist teachers. Initial findings from deployment “in the wild” (i.e. in situ) are presented and future work is discussed.
CitationDalgleish, M. and Payne, C. (2019) MAMIC goes live: a music programming system for non-specialist delivery, in Hepworth-Sawyer, R., Hodgson, J., Paterson, J. and Toulson, R. (Eds.) Innovation In Music: performance, production, technology and business. London: CRC Press
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