You may be thinking about how to use your iPad as a teaching tool! You’re most likely visiting Music Hands online because you’re interested in the iPad’s amazing features and wonder how it can improve your teaching. In this article we’re going to look at the first steps you need to take to make this dream a reality.
Many teachers and educators are over worked and under paid. Nevertheless most are hungry to make a difference in students’ lives, yet find themselves pressed for time and energy.
With this in mind Loopy Music provides an innovative and unique learning experience. In fact this resource is fully planned and delivers the lesson, leaving time and energy for teachers to inspire learning, motivate creativity and enjoy student growth.
Ok, you’ve been inspired by Music Hands and have created a lesson plan after reading our blog post “iPads in the Music Classroom”.
You may have even used our recent article “iPad Music- Lesson Objectives” in your planning.
Your lesson was a great success, your students composed an amazing piece of music on the iPad in GarageBand and they are eager to share their creation with others. The trouble is you’re not sure how to share or export their work. Ready, steady, read on.
iBand is the very cool name given to an iPad music ensemble. A software instrument ensemble played exclusively on the iPad. Keep reading, because in this post we will show you how to create your very own iBand!
Take a moment to search this term on Youtube. You will find a range of different bands, lessons and groups, playing cover songs or original music.
As an educator there’s something to learn from each video. We have a range of iBand performances available to view on our Youtube channel