How To Make Your Online Group Piano Lessons More Engaging
by Georgina Wilson
Questions we see asked a lot are, "What should I do in my online group piano lessons?" and "How do I make my online group classes fun?"
Group lessons are all about having fun while making music with other students, and that doesn't have to be limited to in-person group lessons!
Continuing on from our recent posts introducing Integrated Music Teaching, and out-lining how you can teach an Integrated Music Lesson, we wanted to discuss the 3-step process in more detail. Table of Contents:1. What Is The 3-Step Process for Integrated Music Teaching?2. A Quick Note About Metaphors 2.1 Also Just To Say…3. STEP 1 ... The 3-Step Process for Integrated Music Teaching
Inner Circle Member Spotlight: Wendy Brentnall-Wood
by Sean Wales
Inner Circle “Member Spotlights” give you a sneak-peek at the progress of one of our community members. Get inspired by what they’ve achieved, be heartened by their struggles and get motivated and share in their plans for the future. What does your studio look like? My music school currently consists of approximately 20 teachers who teach my program from their own ... Inner Circle Member Spotlight: Wendy Brentnall-Wood
Inner Circle “Member Spotlights” give you a sneak-peek at the progress of one of our community members. Get inspired by what they’ve achieved, be heartened by their struggles and get motivated and share in their plans for the future. What does your studio look like? I have two studios, one purpose built beside my house in Mossman. My youngest and oldest ... Inner Circle Member Spotlight: Lynda Irvine
The Future of Piano Teaching: What Does it Really Look Like?
by Sean Wales
Piano pedagogy has changed, adapted and evolved in so many ways over the past decade. So what does the future of piano teaching look like? Let’s take a glimpse forward and see how we can best prepare for the future of music education. Please continue the discussion in the comments section below. TECHNOLOGY We will ... The Future of Piano Teaching: What Does it Really Look Like?
About PFL Series 4 Piano for Leisure Series 4, which is only available in Australia, is designed to inspire and motivate students and teachers through well-chosen, sequenced repertoire and creative teaching recommendations and ideas. Here’s what you’ll get in these books: A series of 9 graded examination repertoire books 12 inspiring pieces in each book ... AMEB PIANO FOR LEISURE SERIES 4
Are You Keeping Lessons Relevant? [Chat with Paul Harris Part 2]
by Sean Wales
Welcome to Part 2 of our mini-series video chats with UK educationalist Paul Harris. Today we are exploring how you can keep lessons relevant and use your student’s imagination to creatively teach musical concepts. A couple weeks back we saw Tim and Paul talk about how to motivate your piano students. To recap, Paul Harris ... Are You Keeping Lessons Relevant? [Chat with Paul Harris Part 2]
This blog is all about trying new and creative things in your teaching. One of the best ways to introduce new ideas into your studio is with a comprehensive plan. In today’s post, I’ll share with you some planning tools that I’ve developed over the years to help with my own organisation. You’ve really got ... Lesson Plan Templates for Piano Teachers
Motivate Your Piano Students [Chat with Paul Harris Part 1]
by Sean Wales
Once a piano student conquers a piece of music, teachers will often give them a new piece that is a little bit harder. The same process occurs after a student scrapes through an exam. They go onto the next level, and the next level and the next. But is there a better way to motivate ... Motivate Your Piano Students [Chat with Paul Harris Part 1]
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