In today’s show, we’re continuing our theme for this month of intermediate students by looking at a short case study of how Janna Williamson uses the Ultimate Guide to Intermediate Curriculum Planning with her students. You’ll be hearing about her student, Amy, and the challenges she’s felt around setting up the right curriculum for her. Throughout the episode, we’ll explore how to guide students like Amy and the incredible progress that can be made when you set the right goals and milestones for your students. This episode also provides valuable insights for music teachers looking to guide their intermediate students effectively and set meaningful goals in their musical journey. So whether you’re an experienced music teacher or a budding student eager to supercharge your musical journey, this episode is a must-listen.
Janna Williamson is a highly sought-after teacher of students of all levels with two decades of professional teaching experience. She maintains a home studio in West Chicago and taught at the Wheaton Yamaha Music School from 2001-2020. She has been an MTNA Nationally Certified Teacher of Music since 2004 and holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in piano performance. Janna enjoys performing solo or collaboratively and can be heard throughout the Chicago area on a regular basis.
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