In this episode:

What if you don’t have access to multiple iPads in the music classroom? What can you do with just a single iPad?

As it turns out – quite a lot! I’ll discuss some of the ways you can use your own iPad with your students, from identifying notes of the staff, to listening stations and using your iPad as a “TV camera”.

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Resources and links mentioned

  • For a downloadable list of all the ideas, plus all of the apps mentioned in this episode visit the original blog post (the blog post is titled 18 Ways To Use A Single iPad – I’ve added the 19th one as a bonus at the bottom)
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