With More and More School Districts Cutting Back On Music Class Budgets, Noteflight Can Help
When cutbacks come to schools and school districts it often starts with the arts. Music teachers, band and orchestra directors are often forced to get by with minimalistic budgets and a horrible lack of modern tools to teach music. The big problem with this is that its been proven time and time again just how important the arts, and music specifically are to a child’s education.
Noteflight is an online collaborative platform designed to help musicians of all ages and levels, create music notation on any device. Using Noteflight musicians and even students can create professional quality scores in any sized band or orchestra in a collaborative, digital environment with easy to use and easy to understand tools.
Notflight has over 3,000,000 musicians creating music on the platform. Noteflight Learn is their platform for education that allows band directors, orchestra directors, music teachers and their students to create, record, and share music with students on any device. Noteflight learn gives each user access to their Noteflight Premium suite of services.
For educators they can easily organize classes, create assignments and use the included library of musical scores and lessons. Every user in the class can access Noteflight on laptops, Chromebooks, iPads, tablets and smartphones. It also uses the LTI standard to integrate with today’s top learning management systems and integrates out of the box with Google Classroom.
With Noteflight learn, every user in the class can create unlimited scores, and listen with over 85 high quality instruments. Students can record live audio intro scores and transcribe scores using any midi device. Teachers and students also have access to other recording, performance and creation tools.
Music education is an invaluable part of education. Outside of the digital tools to create, perform and share music, Noteflight includes other educational components as well. Using Noteflight learn,teachers and students get access to content libraries from the likes of the famous Hal Leonard and other amazing publishers.
Teachers and students have access to “…hundreds of digital scores of the most popular repertoire for Band, Choir, Orchestra, Piano, and Guitar. These digital scores can be used and adapted for play along, recorded assessments, score study, composition assignments, and more!” the company says.
Teachers can easily give feedback to individual student musicians or across the whole piece of music. Students can collaborate with one another whether they have 3 students working on a composition or 100. Noteflight is bringing top level digital tools to students at schools worldwide.
Find out more about the digital tool all music teachers need at ISTE 2018 in Chicago, June 24-28th, booth #644 and online at noteflight.com