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As we begin another school year, I thought this would be the perfect time to talk about boundary setting. While boundaries may come across as a negative thing, it is actually a very positive and healthy thing to establish. Establishing clear
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Getting to know our students help create a sense of belonging. It can help us when we are trying to figure out what music will motivate them. It also let’s them know we care about them and in turn it will lead to trust in us to provide them with a
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One of the most common questions I see or hear from independent music teachers is, “what do you do when a student needs to miss a lesson?” OR “Do you do make-up lessons?”I don’t do make-up lessons. Matter of fact, I am strongly against them. I don’t
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If you have ever put together a fall schedule, then you know what I’m talking about when I say it’s like putting together a puzzle. Student, A needs to switch over to Wednesdays at 4 pm while student B needs to move up an hour, then let’s not forget
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My most favorite performances that I have attended over the years have been where the performer has been interacting with the audience or there something is happening where the audience is being engaged.I’m going to be totally blunt for a minute, I
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I share behind the scenes of my recital rehearsals. Find out how what the "hot seat" is all about! For why I hold recital rehearsals, visit this blog post.Recommended Resources:Related Products⭐ Ka-Boom! A Music Note Review Game⭐ Practice Praises
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A simple trick that I use to teach legato vs non-legato. Students get it immediately!Recommended Resources:Practice Makes Perfect OR Does It? (workshop)Practice Games and ToolsPractice Charts  I strive and appreciate 4.0 star feedback. If for any
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Over the years, this has become a favorite option to give to my students as an "extra" option over the summer or as an option if they can't participate in a camp. It also works very well in lessons when students need to miss for an extended period
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Are you in the middle of updating your studio policy? Or maybe you are just getting started in creating one? In this teaching tip, I share 3 common frustrations teachers have and some win-win solutions that can be implemented.Recommended Resources⭐
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Today’s tip is from a guest teacher, Dorla Aparicio! Learn how she takes away the headache of printing recital programs and turns it into a win-win for all!Recommended Resources⭐ A.N.T.H.E.M. A Superhero Practice Incentive Music Program⭐ Activate
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Have you ever wished you could cover recital or music program expenses without having to charge a recital fee? Or maybe you need a way to raise money for a fundraiser or scholarship fund? This tip can help!Recommended Resources⭐ A.N.T.H.E.M. A
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The brain has approx. 70,000 thoughts per day. 60,000 stimuli per second. No wonder we have a hard time remembering! In this teaching tip, you will learn what the recipe for an engaged brain is, relevance builders and 3 types of engagements. I share
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Do you have students that show up to their lesson WAY to early? If you run your studio from your home, sometimes those lines can get a little fuzzy. This is something I do in my home studio that has solved that problem completely. Simple, yet
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Jump in, Dive Down! It's the note stem swimmers to the rescue in Music Teacher Tip #6! This is my favorite way to teach how to properly draw notes so students will remember when the stems go up or down. Resources mentioned in the video:Note Stem
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Can a ladybug help with posture and hand technique? You bet! Find out how a music teacher uses a ladybug with his students. You may get more from it then you think!Links mentioned in the video:Diane Hidy ladybug lessons (blog post) Tim Topham's No
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We all know how precious time is with our students. And sometimes the instruction that we want to give our students takes up way too much time. This music teacher tip and trick is something I’ve been doing for a couple years now and it has made a
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I have been using a Hoberman Sphere in my teaching for years now. So what does a sphere have to do with music? Watch this short video and find out!Recommended Resources:⭐ Practice Makes Perfect OR Does It? (workshop)⭐ Practice Games and Tools⭐
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We are talking about reflection and why it’s important for students to do on a regular basis. Do you have your students take some time for reflection? Feel free to share in the comments!Related Products⭐ Piano Practice Steps Checklist⭐ Practice
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What is the perfect way to kick off the new year? Goal setting! In our first tip, I share my experience of goal setting with my students.Related Products⭐ Piano Practice Steps Checklist⭐ Practice Charts (Editable)⭐ Practice Games and Tools⭐ Practice
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Jennifer Foxx is a member of the Arizona State Music Teachers Association, Phoenix Chapter, and the Music Teachers National Association. She is a Past-President of the Tooele Chapter of the Utah Music Teachers Association and Phoenix Chapter of the Arizona State Music Teachers Association. Jennifer has experience in speaking and giving presentations to fellow music teachers, sharing with them her teaching ideas and practices.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My personal mission as a teacher is to provide quality music education to each of my students. When students learn from me, they learn much more than just how to play the piano. Music is history, science, foreign language, math, and art. I try to incorporates all those facets of music into my teaching.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Served as President for Tooele Chapter MTA and Phoenix Chapter MTA. Published in Clavier Companion and American Music Teachers Magazines. Nationally recognized piano teacher resource blogger at MusicEducatorResources.com.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Jennifer attended Rick's College, majoring in Elementary Education, and minoring in Music Education.

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