Writing in Air

When I am searching for topics for this blog, I often come across interesting things in which I can’t find an obvious educational benefit. I bookmark these dubious sites in the hope that I will one day find a use for them. My list of bookmarks has become a desultory list of oddities and eccentricities.  But when I came across this elegant site I was unable to commit it to the uncertain fate of those other wayward links.

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The song is called Soy Tu Aire by Virginia Maestro Díaz and is beautiful even to those that don’t understand Spanish. However, it is simply amazing how HerraizSoto&Co., badabing!, and Jossie Malis have created an interactive music video incorporates the movements added by the listener. I was enthralled enough to play it through twice in a row, mouth agape. Perhaps the fidgety student or burned out teacher can find some relaxation in the simple grace of this concept.

Just give it a try and let me know if you find a way to incorporate it into your class.

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