Can I get a walkthrough of how to get students started with assignments?

To get started with assignments:
  1. Click Achievements in your top navigation bar:
  2. Click + next to the school you want to manage:
  3. Click the Class you want to manage:
  4. Click the Student you want to manage:
  5. Students can assign their own primary instrument by logging into their account, or you may assign one by clicking Assign Primary Instrument:

    • Students may not assign additional instruments, but you may assign them by clicking Assign Another Instrument:
  6. Click on Chapter accordions to reveal LessonsPractices, and Units:

    • Lessons are video tutorials:
    • Practices are sheet music:
    • Units are groupings of Lessons and Practices:
  7. Click the Play button to view a Lesson or Practice before assigning it to students:
  8. Click on the three dots to the right of the Play button to assign a single Lesson or Practice to the individual student or their entire instrument section:
  9. Click on the three dots to the right of the Unit to assign groups of Lessons and/or Practices to the individual student, their instrument sections, or their entire class:
  10. Assign a due date on the modal that pops up after you assign a LessonPractice, or Unit:
  11. After assigning a due date, the Lesson(s) and/or Practice(s) assigned will turn green but the Viewed column will state N0 until students have completed their assignment:
By |2021-10-11T13:18:35+00:00October 11th, 2021||0 Comments

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As a teacher and educator, I possess a unique background having studied music, psychology, neuroscience, and yoga. This synergistic education has provided a well-rounded and experiential understanding of how humans acquire and integrate knowledge. In terms of my personal musical journey, I started playing flute at age 4, moved to piano, then to alto saxophone before finding my passion in drums and percussion. Playing music begets a transcendent presence that can only be experienced through a deep mind, body, and spirit connection, making learning an instrument an ideal catalyst for growth. That is the simple truth that drives me and the primary gift I want to impart to others. With Practicing Musician, I am creating truly equitable access to world-class music education so every child has the opportunity to participate in a music program that speaks to their specific expressive needs and expands their aesthetic sensibilities.

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