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.
Practising a musical instrument is a process that needs to be learned. It’s just like learning how to study any subject in school. In fact, good instrumental teachers should consider themselves teachers of “practice” just as much as teachers of “piano” or “trumpet”. How often do you teach students how to practise? And have ... The Magic Question: “How Do You Practise?”
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