Dan, Author at Moosiko
EdTech Should More Google Maps and Less MapQuest

EdTech Should More Google Maps and Less MapQuest

As a young kid, I remember my dad had one of those big road atlases shoved behind the driver’s side seat that I would pull out and flip through on road trips. The road atlas is how you got from point A to point B back in the day. Of course, nobody uses road...
Moosiko Launches Ukulele for General Music Classes

Moosiko Launches Ukulele for General Music Classes

The #1 online learning platform for K12 music classes now supports ukulele for school general music classes. Using the same core Moosiko learning principles of deliberate practice, fun/relevant songs for students, and skill tracking and assessment tools for teachers,...
Adaptive Teaching for Guitar (Special Needs)

Adaptive Teaching for Guitar (Special Needs)

This article is written by Sarah Fard, a music educator in Massachusetts with degrees from University of New Hampshire, Boston University, and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee in Music and Autism. Learn more about Sarah here.  The guitar is a wonderfully diverse...
The First Moosiko Success Story

The First Moosiko Success Story

I consider January 10th our birthday, because this is the day back in 2015 where we had our first Moosiko customer. Her name was Nandini. Watch the video below to hear our story.  I was teaching guitar at the time in New Haven and a Yale med student wanted to learn...
Teaching Guitar Tab vs Standard Notation

Teaching Guitar Tab vs Standard Notation

This blog is written by Joe Sweet, a guitar teacher at Lane Technical College Preparatory High School in Chicago. Joe has created a ton of great guitar teacher resources here. “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire” W.B. Yeats...