Piano Teacher's Retreat: Creating an Active Learner Studio

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Homeschool, Staff
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47 pages
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This professional development music workshop is for YOU!


How do I keep my students interested past a year or two?

My group piano students are bored.

I want to be a more hands-on teacher.

I’m sharing 180 of my BEST piano teaching ideas for group or private lessons.

  • Add engaging, hands-on games and activities to teach theory.
  • Review 20 new ways to showcase students instead of the usual recital.
  • Use new leveling charts and student assignment sheets – that will transform your teaching.
  • Sift through a variety of ideas, from motivation to teaching scales.

This book is packed with ideas for piano AND general music teachers.

These materials were used by my students and colleagues during my tenure as Piano Department Chair at Cascade School of Music, as well as in my home studio.

Enjoy! And, please leave a review. I'd love to hear which activities and lesson sheets you particularly like and will use.

Rebecca Locklear

Professional pianist, choral director, PS-12 music teacher

M.A. Music

WEBSITE: www.rebeccalocklear.com

CONTACT: skaketbooksandart@gmail.com

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