Dr Nan Baker Richerson
An inspirational show about Recreational Music Making & meeting students where they are at, rather than teaching them what we want them to learn.
To Exam or Not to Exam Part 2
Brilliant guests share their experience in this 2nd part of the Q+A exam special. Guests: Graham Fitch, Samantha Coates, Margaret Grieg, Josie Thomas, Heather Smith, Felicity Moran, Stuart Storer.
To Exam or Not to Exam Part 1
How to have the best of both worlds do exams AND make it fun! Guests: Sally Cathcart, Glory St Germain, Graham Fitch, Margaret Grieg, Alison Mathews, Elise Russell, Erica Booker & Elissa Milne.
How to get students to read. What are examiners looking for and how to students to memorise pieces.
Jane Shellshear on Body Mapping
How to make scales, chords & lead sheets FUN!
Teaching chords, lead sheets, scales and technical work. A focus on technique using Body Mapping.
Teaching in a fun and interesting way. Meet Miss Doobee & Miss Dontbee demonstrating different teaching strategies. Exploring backing tracks.
Using tablets for reading sheet music when playing/practising. Teaching dyslexic students, difficult/complex rhythms, online whiteboards & more.
How to maintain interest and enthusiasm. Penelope shares her techniques for effortless playing. Sally shares ideas on developing musicianship skills.
Rae de Lisle
Good sound quality and avoiding lag in online lessons. Developing technique from beginners through to advanced players, Composing for teens.
Ideas to help your students cope with anxiety. Combining online and face-to-face teaching in your studio. Teaching teens. COVID-19 SIGNS for your studio.
Glory St Germain
Perfectionist students and how to support them. What is ASD & the Autism spectrum. Great software to help with assignments. Ways to make your lessons fun!
Dr Kerry Van
Using puppets to engage your younger students. Fun games to play online. More tech and using Facebook groups to stay connected. FREE Teacher Resource kit!
Choosing the right microphone, working with advanced piano students using asynchronous format for online lessons. Apps & games to make it fun!.
What is asynchronous teaching and how to use it with online and face to face students. Strategies for working with younger students. We visit teachers' online teaching studios from around the world.
Combatting time lag & doing rhythm work, using speakers and/or headphones and avoiding cancellations with online lessons. Status updates re: COVID-19 solutions from examination boards from around the world.
Three industry experts share ideas for covid-19 times and how to move to online lessons and the what their organisations are doing to assist teachers. See Show Notes page for extra videos and resources.
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