Congratulations! We’ve made it through the usual September and October “getting back into the groove” issues, and will soon be done with November’s “post Halloween sugar” roller coaster! Amidst all this fun, have you managed to start using Cadenza to encourage more intentional practising and clearer teacher-student communication? A few? Many? Gold stars to all! Read More
We’ve just learned about an amazing digital tool to support orchestration and composition called OrchPlay Music Library. Now while the audience for this tool is a bit older than the tools that have been created in The Music Tool Suite, we think it’s a tool well worth sharing. Even younger students will enjoy learning about Read More
Do you remember that old commercial for those peanut butter cups? “You got peanut butter on my chocolate!” “You got chocolate in my peanut butter!” Then both parties take a bite and suddenly their irate expressions turn ecstatic? Well, that was me and several of my best “music geek” students a short time ago when Read More
Over the past year, a number of students and teachers have created videos to showcase iSCORE work and to explain how various aspects of the tool function. These videos are now all available on our iSCORE YouTube channel. There are four playlists: What is iSCORE? Music Students Using iSCORE Testimonials About iSCORE Learning to Use Read More
Sometimes our students are the best teachers! For tips on how to use various iSCORE features, see the videos below. For more videos, search the list of posts using the “video tutorial” filter. Enjoy! Take a look to see how to use the tool box here: And how to add a file: And how to Read More
Here are two student made videos for using Notes and Posts. For those of you who took part in a session at The Royal Conservatory this past Friday, these videos will remind you of the process — and give you something to pass on for students needing a bit of support!
Our student advisory committee is busy making more iSCORE “how to” videos. Here’s another one on the “to do” list on the iSCORE home page! Stay tuned for a whole lot of new ones we expect to have in place just in time for the new school year.
Over the summer months, we’re creating a series of video tutorials to help students use iSCORE. These videos are by students, for students (and their teachers)! Check out the YouTube videos below to learn how to personalize your banner for the home page, change your profile picture, and set a general goal for the term Read More