Got Questions about Rhythm Make it Count ? Let me help!
Thank you SO much for the overwhelmingly positive support you've shown Rhythm Make it Count. If you haven't heard about it yet, it's a resource that features iPad app assignments and off bench activities to reinforce rhythm skills. If you want to know more, watch the video below and go here to place your order. Good news, I've extended the special price of $20 through Monday, September 12th. If you can't see the video, follow this link. https://youtu.be/AE-4AjonjNc
Teaching with the iPad and apps requires knowing many details. So many details that I chose NOT to cover them all in Rhythm Make it Count. The PDF would have taken a year to download!
Video coming soon
Pictures are worth a 1,000 words and videos are worth at least 10,000!
So, I spared you the chapters of explanations and instead will offer a video via YouTube Live (formerly Google Hangouts on Air) explaining how to implement Rhythm Make it Count and the apps featured in the resource. Unlike the usual water-cooler gathering and live feed, I'll record the video and share the recording in an upcoming post, in the newsletter, on Facebook, etc. There's no need for you to attend on a certain day at a certain time.
Amy Watt (who generously helped me with the resource) has agreed to join me and will represent YOU--those who are excited about the iPad but want and need more guidance and support. I'm thrilled that Eik Mar of SproutBeat will be joining me as well, to help you navigate that gotta-have-it worksheet app featured throughout the assignment grids.
I've got plenty of information to share but next, I need YOUR INPUT!
What do you want to know about apps and Off Bench time so you can make the resource suit your needs? Are you puzzled by how to create folders in Notability? Are you unsure about how to run Off Bench time? Have you figured out how to customize exercises in Ear Master? Do you have the right adaptor to reflect your iPad onto an HDTV?
I'll be announcing some great news about Rhythm Lab--one of my favorite rhythm apps.
Please think about the questions you have that would be best answered in a video where you can watch over and over again until you've got it.
I'm limiting this hour-long video to apps only. Stay tuned for an exciting webinar I'll be hosting about off bench manipulatives to reinforce rhythm.
Please post your questions in the comment section below.
BTW: there is NO stupid question. Really, I mean it.
Looking forward to hearing from you!