Being Involved Counts On Many Levels


In a recent post, guest author Wilson Man offered comments on the importance of how parts should be involved in the educational process of their child. Just like any skill such as sports, math, reading, and writing, music also requires a lot of time and attention from the student, the teacher, and the parent in order to achieve success. In particular, the most successful students are those that had positive parental involvement from an early age. The formative years of music education are the years in which practice habits (both good and bad) are formed.

MyMuCo had these particular ideas in  mind when creating the concepts surrounding the MyMuCo apps. For example, Students and parents can offer feedback in the comments section of the MyMuCo KIDS app. This feedback is shared with the teacher when the MyMuCo Teacher app and MyMuCO KIDS app are synced at the next lesson. In addition, students keep track of their practicing while working through the various activities of the app while creating a strong framework of positive practice habits while reading the comments from their teacher.

Thank you Mr. Man for your insights!

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Ian Green wears hats in many areas of the music industry including: co-founder of a technology start-up company that designs music education tools for mobile devices and the internet; music educator; music festival adjudicator; professional classical and jazz pianist; member in good standing of Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association; member of provincial council of Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association; member of the Canadian Music Festival Adjudicators Association (C.M.F.A.A.) Thanks!
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