Several weeks ago, I blogged about how I conduct market research in my area to ensure that my tuition rates are reasonable & competitive. Last week, I began compiling data on the piano studios in my city. While I haven't completed my research, it brought up a compelling question for me. Should studios list their … Continue reading To list rates or not list rates. That is the question.
This is the last installment of the MusicEdConnect 2016 recap. We will be looking at technical elements, developing rhythm in Latin American pieces, engaged learning, & a controversial approach to teaching. If you are wondering about the MEC conference, feel free to read Part 1, Part 2, & Part 3 of this series! Below is … Continue reading The teacher becomes the student (Part 4)
It's been a busy week at the studio & I am really looking forward to looking at more sessions today with you from the MusicEdConnect conference! There is something about re-looking at all the amazing information shared by the presenters that gets my creative flow going. If this is your first post, I encourage you … Continue reading The teacher becomes the student (Part 3)
Last week, I wrote about the MusicEdConnect 2016 conference I attended last week. To read about the advantages of this amazing conference, read "The Teacher Becomes the Student: Part 1". I highly recommend purchasing the Replay Pass to watch videos of each presenter's workshop! Each of the 4-post series is about the workshops for a … Continue reading The teacher becomes the student: Part 2
It has been a busy week, in the best possible way. This week has been the MusicEdConnect (MEC) 2016 conference! At the beginning of January, I let all my families know that this was going to be a video lesson week. "I'm going to be geeking out with other piano teachers from all over the … Continue reading The teacher becomes the student: Part 1