Moosiko is an online, adaptive guitar learning platform for K12 schools designed to boost student engagement and make assessment easier for teachers With over 220 modern, fun songs, Moosiko allows students to choose their own learning path and...
With over 220 modern, fun songs, Moosiko allows students to choose their own learning path and progress at their own pace.
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