Welcome to Cadenza, an electronic notebook for one-on-one lessons. Learn more from the video…
Once you’ve signed in with Google, you’ll be asked to …
Students use Cadenza to …
- Track and time practice sessions
- Set and manage goals
- Share recordings
- Reflect on learning
- Earn badges when targets are met
Teachers use Cadenza to …
- Create practice plans for students during the lesson
- Review each student’s progress between lessons
- Streamline record keeping
- Comment on student recordings
- Answer questions during the week
Cadenza works when students are linked with a teacher.
The teacher needs to invite students, using the student’s gmail address, and by accessing the “add students” icon in Cadenza. Once the student accepts—through his or her Cadenza account—you’re ready to go!
Students must accept the teacher’s invitation; this is to protect the student’s privacy.
We recently took part in a Cadenza webinar hosted by our new partners, The Curious Piano Teachers. The webinar took place at 7pm GMT (yes, they’re in the UK!), and the 400 participants joined us morning, noon, and night in their own time zones – from Winnipeg to Oxford to Abu Dhabi! Read on for access to the replay…
Webinar Replay Video
Click HERE to watch the webinar replay… (it’s an hour long, so grab a coffee before you start!).
Links to Cadenza videos
Links to Cadenza websites
Click the links below to read the 4-part series about Cadenza on The Curious Piano Teachers blog, written by Rena Upitis
Blog #1 Cadenza: what is it and why use it
Blog #2 Cadenza: how do I set it up?
Blog #3 Cadenza: how do I create a lesson with my student?
Blog #4 Cadenza: what can I expect to change when I start using this tool?
Questions? Just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or read through the Frequently Asked Questions and view more of our instructional videos.