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CPTP115: Are you an Imposter Piano Teacher?
Do you ever feel imposter syndrome? This is the feeling of being a "fake". Feeling like others around you in your[...]

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CPTP115: Are you an Imposter Piano Teacher?
Do you ever feel imposter syndrome? This is the feeling of being a "fake". Feeling like others around you in your[...]
CPTP114: Piano Pivot: How to Gain Clarity, Avoid Overwhelm and Achieve Success in 2018
Do you want to find success in 2018? No matter what that word "success" means to you – you're going[...]
CPTP113: Planning for New Piano Teachers: from Policies to Performances
Proper planning for new piano teachers (and more experienced ones) can save time, headaches and money. When you think things[...]
CPTP112: Having a Mission and Planning Lessons Effectively with Leila Viss
Planning lessons effectively is definitely an art, not a science. There are many things to balance and the actual lesson[...]
CPTP111: The Life of a New Piano Teacher with Joe Harkins
Joe Harkins is a new piano teacher who came to piano teaching (like many of us do) from a mixed[...]
CPTP110: Why Every Student Should Know Happy Birthday with Lucinda Mackworth-Young
Lucinda was trained in a traditional classical system, but when she realised that she couldn't even play Happy Birthday at[...]
CPTP109: What is Solfa and How Does it Help Students with Christopher Sutton
Depending on where you got your musical start, solfa might be an integral part of your musicianship – or it[...]
CPTP108: Ear Training That’s Actually Fun with Kristin Jensen
  Ear training can be dull. But it definitely doesn't have to be. Kirstin Jensen is here to tell us[...]
CPTP107: How to Simplify and Teach a Pop Song by Ear
When it comes to teaching pop, sometimes the best approach is to learn it aurally. Working out a pop song[...]
CPTP106: The Power of Keyboard Ensembles with Susan Ogilvy
For piano students, working in keyboard ensembles is fantastic for so many reasons. They teach kids about rhythm, phrasing, working[...]

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