The short answer is yes. However, to create a new account a student will either need to use a new email address or have their old account deleted by their teacher.
The longer answer...
Training attention is a skill with no upper limit so if students complete the course again, they can continue to develop their skills. They will likely have a new perspective and take away different things than they did the first time.
Students' accounts never expire, so they could keep their original account and re-do the lessons and Daily Beats, even choosing a different music genre if they like. However, we recommend that if a student is going to complete the course again, they start fresh and make a new account. There are two main reasons for this:
(1) Students' accounts stay nested in the original teacher's class, so if a student completes the course again with a different teacher, the new teacher won't have access to the students' account.
(2) Students' progress does not reset. For example, if they completed 100% of the course in their sophomore year, and then they start it again in their junior year, their new progress won't appear and it will continue to look like they have done 100% of the course. However, if a student creates a new account before they complete the course again, everything will start fresh and work smoothly.
To create a new student account, it's necessary to first delete that student's old account. This can be done by the original teacher with whom the student first completed the course. To delete a student's account, the teacher will need to click on a student’s profile icon in their roster and then click “delete this student.”
Students can also delete their own accounts. The instructions to do so can be found here.
If a teacher or student is unable to delete the student's old account, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will gladly assist!