Friday, November 23, 2012

iPads - Grow Your Skills and Have FUN With iPad Lessons

Almost one quarter of American adults now own a tablet device, 52% of which are on Apple's iOS platform, and interestingly 57% of iPad owners also have an iPhone, compared to 32% who have an Android smartphone. This is according to a report by Pew Research Center [].

Tables Heating Up

The 'Tablet Wars' are definitely heating up; there is a proliferation of products seeping onto the market. Some of these are poor and others are great quality devices. It certainly appears that Apple are selling every iPad they create; there is very little inventory in most outlets.

The Apple iPad doesn't look as if it is hard-hit by the flood of Android tablets, rather the numbers show that although iPad's share of the market has dwindled, their volume has increased at an extraordinary rate - iPads still dominate.

Tablet computers are now fast playing a central part in peoples' lives, especially students where in a moment information is at their fingertips, sent electronically to their Apple iPads from the 'Global Village'. The approach every person has to an iPad and its use is different.

Interactive Teaching

Similar experiences are being shared across the nation in businesses, campuses and schools where iPads are being adopted to generate personalized lessons. Embracing this technology provides a better chance of engagement and learning.

All digital devices have the potential to replace textbooks and now the preferred option for students is to switch to an iPad rather than a laptop. Teachers can now device 'interactive' lesson plans which are accessed by students on their iPad.

Learning piano requires serious commitment to play even at a decent level. Regular daily practice is required in order to make any sort of progress and minimize the amount of relearning and reworking of techniques you have already mastered.

What compounds the problem is if you don't have easy access to a piano! However, with an iPad you will always have access to a piano keyboard in an instant.

iPad apps are quickly becoming the tutorials of choice. Students are given iPads and the aim is to create a more interactive, engaging classroom experience. Given time, it will completely revolutionize everything we do! One such iPad lesson is a piano class.

Choice Tutorials

Learning becomes simple and you can easily use your piano playing skills (at your current level) to record and share your own music, and as you progress through tutorials your playing ability improves with the results swiftly captured on your iPad.

You never know, piano lessons could be FUN, you may even learn to play like Gonzales the Grammy-nominated Canadian musician!

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