Samantha shares a great quote in this episode:
“It is not your job to motivate students. It is your job to create the environment in which they can motivate themselves.” – Edward Deci
And Samantha really breaks down what it means to create that environment. Bringing the ideas of mastery and relatedness into everything we do, means we can foster this lifelong musicianship that we all want for our students.
She also discuss the importance of autonomy. How, as teachers, we have to allow our students to make decisions so that they can connect with the music they’re learning.
This is essential listening for all piano teachers. Make sure you tune in.
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Do they get to make choices in their studies? Do they get opportunities to relate to their peers in your studio?
Best-known for his blogging and teaching, Tim is also a well-respected presenter, performer and accompanist based in Melbourne, Australia. You can check him out on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.
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