Apple Music is a game changer for student learning.
Apple’s new streaming music service gives students a unique, curated learning experience where they can create and share their own content, collaborate with teachers and classmates, and even interact with friends on the app.
But it’s just the beginning.
For the next several months, I’m launching a new Apple Music course that’s designed to be the next big thing for students.
Apple Music has already been a tremendous success for its students and educators alike.
Now, with its new, deeper curriculum, students will have the tools they need to learn the ins and outs of the new platform.
This course, named Learn Apple Music, will offer a deep dive into the new streaming service and will cover topics like: How Apple Music works What is the difference between a playlist, a library, and a library of apps How Apple music can help students learn to create apps and share them with others in their community Learn more about Apple Music here: https://bit.ly/1qHJgN8Apple’s new Apple Learning app, which will be available as a free download in the app store later this month, is designed to teach Apple’s students how to use the new service.
The new app will be a massive improvement for Apple Music.
The course is designed for students to be able to share their work with classmates and teachers, and also to create a library on the new services’ own platform.
The app, for those of you who haven’t heard of Apple Music yet, is Apple’s answer to the popular “school library” app Spotify.
Spotify is a service where you can listen to tracks by artists you have already purchased from the service, then subscribe to their curated lists of tracks to listen to later.
Students will be able create and upload their own apps and videos to the platform.
For example, you could create a music video for your child to share with his or her class, or upload a music track to share on your iPhone.
Students can also collaborate on their own music videos, and students can share videos of their work.
In the course, students can collaborate with other students to share work.
They can collaborate to create an album, a playlist or a new playlist of their own.
In addition, the new course will teach students how Apple Music helps students learn by giving them access to a community of thousands of apps and content.
For students who are just starting out, Apple Music will offer them a place to interact with teachers, classmates, or any number of other students.
I’ll be offering this course as part of a three-part series of tutorials, which cover the basics of the app, and the next step will be to create new tutorials that introduce Apple Music’s features.
Students should expect to be learning more about the new Apple music service later this year, so this course is a great place to start.
I know many of you are waiting to hear when the course will launch, so I’ll let you know as soon as I can.