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You may also want to consider Noteflight. It's web based (noteflight.com) and now works on iPads. It may be a faster to write on Noteflight, but you need to be online. It's also able to write more complex notation.
They have a learning edition (there you need to pay), where the teacher is able to post assignments and when the students log in each one is presented with a fresh copy of the assignment. You can then check each students's work, add comments, etc.
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4 weeks ago
Both of the schools I teach at are using iPad technology. I want to start using Notate Me as a way to have students learn about music notation. Any experience so far? I know it's still new and I've been messing around with it my self. (Buy the way, how can I delete extra measures and add a final bar line?)
4 weeks ago
Just got the answer to my question from Neuratron. Just flick the measure! Why didn't I think of that!