Music Cues was created so that you could more easily use music in the classroom to help students become independent and self-directed: two key traits ...
Music Cues was created so that you could more easily use music in the classroom to help students become independent and self-directed: two key traits of a happy, productive classroom. Harnessing the power of the right brain, Music Cues will quickly have your students taking care of business without the need for you to verbally direct them. For example, if I wanted my students to come to the carpet for a lesson, I just played Bill Nye, the Science Guy. As soon as they heard the first few notes, everyone knew exactly what to do. Not only that, they knew how long they had in which to do it. And the entire process was achieved without a word from me. But as great as that strategy is with nothing more than a CD of songs or an iTunes playlist of songs, the appâ€â€as you will soon seeâ€â€makes the whole concept so much easier to use. You'll just tap the song cue and the song linked to it will play. And when the song is over? Silence. You won't hear the next song on the CD or the next song in the playlist. Only the song you wanted to hear is played. > create song cues that link to a specific song in your device library > play the song with two quick taps (tap the cue, tap the Play button) > delay the start of the song by using the on-screen countdown timer feature For more information, check out MusicCuesApp.com. You'll find a mobile-friendly user guide for both the iPad and iPhone/iPod Touch.
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Casual | iPhone, iPad