Teaching music with Noteflight Learn allows you and your students to create, record and share music in ways never before possible. This project-based course provides real-world training on using Noteflight Learn in the music classroom.  This course is offered with or without graduate credit and upon successful completion participants will become Noteflight Learn Certified Educators.
 
Outcomes:
Easily manage students and other teachers in a Noteflight Learn site, including Google Classroom integration
Develop composition and arrangement assignments
Develop music theory and analysis assignments
Use live audio recording for assessment and feedback
Discover and share new music from content libraries and the Noteflight community
Assess creative projects in a collaborative online environment
 
Music educators will want to take this course to understand how to get the most out of Noteflight Learn and become a certified resource for other teachers.
 

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Stefani Langol is a music educator, clinician, author and education technology consultant. She is Associate Professor of Music Education at Berklee College of Music and also serves as the technology coordinator for the Music Education department. In addition, Langol is an adjunct assistant professor at the Boston Conservatory of Music, where she teaches music technology classes for the masters of music education program. 
 
She is a certified instructor for the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME) and offers graduate credit and TI:ME national certification courses at numerous sites throughout the Northeast. In addition, Langol served as editor-in-chief of the TI:MEs newsletter from 1997-2004 and as technology editor for the Massachusetts Music Educators Journal from 2004-2012. For over 20 years, Langol has designed and delivered technology training to K-12 and higher education music educators, and has been a featured presenter at numerous state, national and international music educator conferences, including New York, Pennsylvania, California, Ohio, Rhode Island, Florida, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Texas, Illinois and Toronto.
 
Langol is a co-author of the Alfred Music Tech Series, which includes Playing Keyboard, Music Production and MIDI Sequencing, Composing with Notation Software, and the accompanying Teacher’s Guide: Book 1. In addition, she has published several articles on music technology that have appeared in the Music Educators Journal, Music Education Technology Magazine, Music and Computers, Artists House, and Massachusetts Music Educators Journal.

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