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How do I add assignments for my students?

To truly benefit from MusicTeacherNotes, students need their lesson assignments added to their account. Once music assignments have been added, students or parents can generate a structured practice plan and earn rewards as they work through the practice schedule. For example, if a piano student is assigned scales, and two or three songs to work on between lessons, those piano lesson assignments get added to MusicTeacherNotes, then converted to a structured practice plan. Students log their piano practice, and that earns them Music Bucks, Practice Stickers, and Achievement Awards.

Music teachers, parents, or students may add the music assignments from a music lesson to MusicTeacherNotes. If teachers prefer to write music assignments into a paper journal, they may do that. Students or parents can copy the assignments to the digital MusicTeacherNotes journal after the music lesson.

STEP 1: Navigate to the calendar

Navigate to the music lesson calendar

STEP 2: Open the music lesson

Open a music lesson

STEP 3: Click the Add Assignments to Next Lesson section

Click the Add Assignments to next music lesson option

STEP 4: Enter the music assignment

Enter details for music lesson assignments

STEP 5: Repeat for each assignment

Add music assignments to sync to students

Once added, teachers and students can enjoy a wide range of benefits by having music assignments in digital format:



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