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. Adam's approach helps the students use the gifts they do have rather than battle the barriers thrown up by their constraints.
By using a portable touchscreen technology Adam was able to customize each musical interaction for each student's abilities. The result? A real immersion in the musical experience has become accessible to children formerly left on the artistic sidelines.
District 75, NYC Department of Education
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