Child Protection Considerations for Instrumental Music Teachers
by Rebecca Stewart
Child protection is important in all areas of life.
It's vital that you're aware of the legal and ethical implications of protecting the vulnerable people you come in contact with as an instrumental music teacher.
3 Reasons To Play Games To START Your Music Lessons
by Georgina Wilson
When you think about playing music games in your lessons, you possibly think about leaving them until the end of the lesson. They act as a reward for work well done. Something to look forward to.
But what about reversing that process and using them at the START of the lesson?
When it comes to music lessons, you want to cram in as much learning as possible. Thinking about fitting in a music game is just out of the question. But after reading these seven reasons, you'll be re-planning your lessons to fit in one or two...
Do you use music theory games in your lessons? If so, when do you use them? As a break when students get a bit wiggly? Or in a thought-out way with purpose? Table Of Contents: Should You Use Music Theory Games? Spoiler: the main takeaway from this blog is “yes.” But let’s weigh up the ... How to Use Music Theory Games to Get Real Results
10 Ways Creativity Helps Music Teachers And Students
by Tim Topham
You've probably heard us talk a lot about creativity when it comes to music lessons. But have you ever stopped to think about the benefits of being creative for both the music teacher and their students?
When you have a brand new beginner piano student, what do you do? Do you crack open a method book and start working through the book from the very first lesson? Or do you encourage your students to be creative? Inspire them to explore the piano and make music. A fantastic way to do just ... How to Teach Creatively Using a Piano Method Book
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