Could your lessons be more varied, inspiring and relevant?
Could your students learn faster, be more motivated and have a deeper understanding of music?
Could they be better performers, sight-readers and improvisers and maybe even future teachers?
In my opinion, all teachers should strive to be professional learners who constantly challenge and extend their own skills; helping teachers to improve their practice through professional learning is what this blog is all about.
My goal is to help you to be the best teacher you can be.
Consider this: If you were an apprentice carpenter in 2014, would you expect to be taught solely with the same tools that carpenters were using 200 years ago? Sure, wood hasn’t changed much in 200 years and carpenters still use hammers, chisels and nails, but they’ve also embraced power tools, laser levels, computer aided design and all sorts of new technology in saws, fasteners, glues and construction methods.
Shouldn’t we be doing the same with piano teaching? Is it time to start giving your studio and teaching styles an upgrade?
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