Music teachers can monitor their students' progress! Music teachers can use this page to monitor their students progress. At a glance they will be able to see which exercises their students have completed and the date of the student's most recent login.
Assignments! A simple click of the mouse allows the teacher to assign a level for a game or test that they want their student to complete. When the teacher clicks on the desired level, it will be highlighted in yellow. When the student logs in the icon for that exercise will be vibrating, indicating that their teacher has given them an assignment. When the student has scored an 8, 9 or 10 on that exercise, the icon will go back to normal. At the same time, the highlight on the teacher page will turn orange, indicating that the student has successfully completed the assignment. The teacher can click to have an exercise appear normal, highlighted yellow as an assignment, or orange (exercise completed). Remember the only light that affects the student page is the yellow light.
Email your student! The teacher can send emails to their students to notify them of their progress, to suggest new assignments, or to compliment them on their work! Just click on 'send'.
To see how this works, log in using demo@teacher for the username, and demodemo as the password.
Requesting a password Students who have subscribed on their own can invite their teacher to monitor their progress on How2ReadMusic. The teacher just needs to send us an email with their student's first and last name and their students 'How2' username. The teacher will then receive a password which will allow him or her to give assignments and follow their student's progress.
Contract When a teacher purchases a contract (a single order of more than 6 subscriptions at a reduced price) he or she will automatically receive a password for the student monitoring system.