Newzik Education

A unique collaborative platform to teach music online

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Mark up your students’ scores in real-time, create interactive material with audio and video, send assignements in one click, and keep track of your students' progress from anywhere.

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Create interactive lessons

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

In just a few clicks, use the embedded audio recorder, add YouTube links or any other media to create interactive material that will make students feel closer to the teacher during online lessons.

Share exercises in one click

Create a shared space for each class and upload new lessons, exercises and assignements in one click.

All students within a shared space receive new material in real-time, and can access it from their Apple or Windows computer, Chromebook, iPhone or iPad.

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Organize your scores and teaching material

Upload new scores, lessons and exercises in one click, organize your personal library, or create a shared library for your entire school.

Your valuable scores and classroom materials are safely stored on the Newzik Cloud, so you will never lose anything.

Keep track of your students' progress

With Newzik Education, your students can easily record themselves and attach their recordings to a score or assignment.

As a teacher, you can review their submissions anytime to keep track of their progress.

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Take your teaching to the next level


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“Using Newzik as an organization has been incredibly easy and simple. It would impossible for us to go back to paper scores now.”

David Taylor, CEO, Yorkshire Young Sinfonia

“If I had had access to Newzik’s mark-up tools in the Cloud as I wrote and shared my college assignments, I would have had more time to make music and learn with fellow students, while saving millions of pieces of paper.”

Pedro Osuna, Composer & Berklee College of Music graduate (2019)

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