From music composition to music theory and live collaborations, Flat allows you to easily create any assignments that include music notation.
When creating an assignment on Flat, this one will be automatically posted to your Google Classroom stream.
All your Flat assignments show up in your Google Classroom Stream.
Your students just have to click on the posted assignment to be ready to use Flat and start working on their project.
The practice accountability systems are based on Julie Knerr’s essay on Piano Safari Mini Essay 2: Should Piano Study be Fun, and are Sticker Charts Bad?
The practice accountability systems are based on Julie Knerr’s essay on Piano Safari Mini Essay 2: Should Piano Study be Fun, and are Sticker Charts Bad? Includes practice “steps” showing the student the foundation is rhythm followed by notes and fingering, articulation, dynamics & tempo, and pedal.
Once your students submit their work, you can review the submissions from Google Classroom or Flat, the same info is available on both apps.
In 1-click you can view your students’ work on Flat, even if their submissions are not turned in yet.
On our review page, you can give live feedback using our inline comments and review their submitted scores.
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