Top iOS 11 Features For Music Educators

There are several really great features with the new iOS that I am looking forward to delving into more & will help my productivity both in lessons and during planning. This is your list of the top iOS 11 features for music educators!

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What I Learnt From An IKEA Catalogue

The new IKEA catalogue came several weeks ago. While we don't NEED new furniture right now, I like looking at how they set up the rooms for ideas of what we can do with our home. But, this time it was different. What if we could drastically change the reading behaviour of our clients with a shift in perspective for our studio-client communications?

Lazin’ Around … Teaching Style

Over the summer, I like to make a list of tasks that I want to accomplish before the rush of a new school year starts. While I like to relax as much as the next person, there is something about extended periods of doing nothing that just doesn't work for me. Rather than making a big list (like I usually do), this year I thought I would focus on big-picture goals or ideas that I could easily get into ... once the euphoria of lazing on the deck wears off. Here are the resources that will help me reach those big picture goals!

The Best Productivity Tool For Busy Teachers

The Best Productivity Tool For Busy Teachers

I LOVE checklists, to-do lists, call-it-what-you-want lists.  But, what I don't like is all the small slips of paper or post-its hanging out on my desk.  Or, having to choose my purse size based on whether my to-do notebook fits inside with everything else. I know that Google Keep has changed the way that I handle my to-do list substantially. This is my review of the app & how it can improve your productivity!

Saying Goodbye to Students

Saying goodbye to students

As we get close to the end of June, it's natural to have some students leaving the studio. Sometimes, it's due to a move away from the area. Other times, priorities or financial situations have changed & lessons are no longer an option. And, other times ... well, perhaps we are breathing a sigh of relief after a tough year with a particular family. (Though hopefully this last one is a rare occurrence.) How can we say goodbye in a manner that leaves everyone positive?