Today, we’re delving into the art of goal setting and planning for our students using the Ultimate Guide to Intermediate Curriculum Planning. We’ll be taking a close look to another student of Janna Williamson who’s journey is a testament to the challenges many students face, even those with musical backgrounds in their families. This episode will not only provide insights into her unique situation but also explore how to set clear and attainable milestones for students, ensuring that they can enjoy their musical journey and make steady progress. So listen in for a valuable discussion on helping students like Ella thrive in their musical endeavors.
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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