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It’s the 100th episode of the podcast! To celebrate we’ve put together a two part special with the best clips from the past 99 conversations about creativity, business and teaching transformations.
If you follow the blog and podcast, you’ll know that creativity in piano lessons is one of my great passions. That’s why I’ve dedicated this first part of our 100th episode special entirely to ideas about improvisation, composition and creative teaching.
I’ve so enjoyed each and every conversation I’ve had on the podcast so far and I’m looking forward to many more. If you have a favourite episode (perhaps one I left out) make sure to leave it in the comments.
Enjoy this extra special episode and stay tuned for part 2 all about the business of piano teaching.
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In this episode, you’ll learn
- Why you should bring creativity into your studio
- How to get started if you’re apprehensive about improv
- How to bring a sense of curiosity into your teaching
- What you can do with a pentatonic scale to inspire students
- How to get students to explore music from the start
- The difference between validation and feedback
- Why the relationship come before anything else in teaching
- What’s wrong with just saying everything was: “Great!”
- Episode 65 with Lyndel Kennedy
- Episode 5 with Bradley Sowash and Leila Viss
- Episode 35 with Lynette Barney
- Episode 1 with Daniel McFarlane
- Episode 26 with Nick Ambrosino
- Unstructured Practice Giving Students Time to Doodle
- Create First by Forrest Kinney
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Which episode has had the biggest impact for you?
Was there an idea that you tried out from the last 99 episodes? A favourite quote that stood out?