Newzik Education

Newzik Education

A complete web and iOS collaborative ecosystem for teaching, conducting and playing music

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Organize and share your ensemble scores and lessons on the spot. Mark up your students’ scores in real-time, add audio and video to create interactive material, send assignements in one click, and keep track of your students' progress from anywhere.

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Organize your scores and teaching material

Upload new scores, lessons and exercises in one click, and organize your library as you wish. Create scores with multiple parts to keep things clean. Create shared folders for your classes and ensembles using Projects.

Your scores and teaching material are safely stored on the Newzik Cloud, so you will never lose anything in your library.

Create interactive lessons

Interactive lessons and exercises help students learn faster, and stay motivated.

Newzik makes it incredibly easy to upload scores and digitize lesson material. Record your own audio or add other media to enrich lessons and create interactive exercises.

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Picture of the project interface on Newzik Web, included in Newzik Education

Share exercises and assignments in one click

Create a shared space for each of your classes with Projects, and upload new lessons, exercises and assignements to it in one click.

All students within a Project receive new material in real-time, to access it from their computer, their iPhone, or their iPad.

View students' progress anytime

Your students can easily record audio or video recordings of themselves to attach to a score or assignement.

As a teacher, you can review their submissions anytime within a Project.

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example of the commenting feature in Newzik Web, included in Newzik Education

Give personal feedback from anywhere

Add hanwritten markings or comments to students’ scores remotely. Use different colors and layers to organize information.

Take music teaching to the next level

Newzik Education

An exclusive offer for in-school or remote teaching that will keep students motivated. 90-day free trial.

$

5

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/ year

Starting at 50 licenses

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“We gave Newzik a hell of a test run. We had 55 children using synchronised markings during 8 hours of rehearsal every day for 6 days. Zero issues, zero crashes, worked like a dream.”

David Taylor, CEO, Yorkshire Young Sinfonia

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“Teaching with digital scores”

We all have print music on our pianos and music stands and in our personal and studio music libraries. But we can now easily play, teach, assign, share, markup and exchange printed music online too. Digital sheet music helps with organizing teaching material, creating interactive lessons, keeping track of each student's progress and giving personal feedback.

In this session with American pianist and piano teacher Hugh Sung and Newzik’s Paul Leverger, experience how to innovate and connect with students from home, classroom, and studio using Newzik.

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Teaching and rehearsing anywhere with Newzik

How can digital scores and the Newzik collaborative platform help music educators and students interact in times of Covid?

Find out more in this case study with the participation of Dr. Lee Whitmore, Dr. Jody Kerchner from the Oberlin College and Conservatory and Mr. Pedro Osuna from Berklee College of Music.

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Best free tools for teaching music online in 2021

Connecting with students online is now an absolute necessity for music schools and teachers. Fortunately, many great tools are available for free online : we gathered and tested the best of them for you.

3 ideas for engaging online music lessons using digital scores

“How can we recreate the fun and engaging atmosphere of a classroom online, while providing educational value?”

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