Upcoming Workshop Newsflash: Becoming the Best Teacher You Can Be
We are yet to come across a teacher who is not interested in life long learning or who does not wish to be the best piano teacher they can possibly be.
Both of us teach piano pedagogy to beginner teachers as well as more experienced teachers who wish to upgrade their skills. In the process of upgrading their skills, they report:
gaining considerable confidence in their teaching ability
increasing piano performance skills and technical ability
are better able to provide excellent models of performance to their students
are able to find excellent solutions to teach a wider range of repertoire
go on to teach a wider range of students; and
increase their hourly rates and income.
These teachers are happier and more successful and their students become more engaged and responsive learners.
Studying for a CT or ATMusA teaching diploma is a tried and true way to structure this learning. The diplomas covers aspects of pedagogy, psychological development, technical development, repertoire choices and guides teachers to creating a wholistic teaching philosophy and a successful studio. Teachers are rewarded with a highly sought after and respected qualification that will allow them to objectively prove their teaching abilities.
To help get teachers on the road to completing one of these diplomas, we will be running a one-day online workshop on Sunday, September 20, 2020 to show how it is possible to upgrade your pedagogical and performance skills.
Early bird tickets: $149 (ends 20 August 2020)
Full price tickets: $169
See below for the full program
9.00am Welcome and Introduction
9.15am Teaching Diploma Syllabus Overview
10.00am Creating the Resource File and the Practical Exam Folio
11.00am Morning tea break
11.30am Technical Development: Understanding the Basics of the Taubman Approach
12.15pm Retraining Technique as an Opportunity to Improve Performance Skills
1.15pm Lunch Break
2.15pm Method Book Review
3.00pm Structuring First Lessons
3.45pm Final Question & Answer session
4.30pm Close of workshop