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My contact and other info

This list includes my email address, links to my online author page and some video of my students. Purchase my student band's single using the link!

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4logicaledu@gmail.com

My email address. Contact me here with questions or about anything related to music technology and music education, iPads, Logic Pro, etc.

Beneath the Words: An iPad Jazz Band

Many of Adam Goldberg's students have great difficulty speaking. But that doesn't mean they have nothing to say, or to express or to feel. It also doesn't mean they are not eloquent. Adam has given his students a way to communicate their emotions through an innovative iPad band.

Hands On Music: An iPad Band for Students with Disabilities

Many of Adam Goldberg's students have great difficulty communicating, moving, reading, or concentrating. Some of his students are on the Autism Spectrum and some have Multiple Disabilities. But this hasn't stopped Adam from teaching advanced concepts in his music class; concepts like polyrhythms, dynamics, and ensemble playing.

Hub Articles by Adam Goldberg - The Hub - macProVideo.com

Ed/Tech related articles and tutorials. Lots of info on iPad apps, Logic Pro, and how I use them.

Adam Goldberg (Adam_G88) on Twitter

The latest from Adam Goldberg (@Adam_G88). Apple Distinguished Educator - Quality Access to Musical Creativity for All. New York

iPad band of autistic students post song on iTunes

They've got the beat. FoxNews.com broke the news in July of a school band from New York City made up of special needs students using iPads as instruments. After the shoot, we suggested putting their original song on iTunes for the world to hear ... and now they have.

4-2-4 Jam - Single by P.S. 177 Technology Band

Please buy our single to support the P.S. 177 Technology Band and our school of wonderful Special Needs learners. Just .99 cents.

iPads Allow Kids With Challenges To Play In High School's Band

There's a steady stream of hype surrounding the pluses and pitfalls of classroom tablet computers. But for a growing number of special education students tablets and their apps are proving transformative. The tablets aren't merely novel and fun. With guidance from creative teachers, they are helping to deepen engagement, communication, and creativity.

A High School Band Where Everyone's Voice Can Be Heard

" It really opens doors. At times we don't often know what's really inside because they're not speaking. This helps give them the voice. There's much more to these children than we realize. (This is Part 2 of a two-part report. Read the full piece here.)

Transcending Music In A Special High School Band

Music's power to transform lives has been noted by ancient poets and modern-day neuroscientists. Our correspondent saw this in action at a New York school for students with disabilities. Copyright © 2014 NPR. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required.