(Note: M. Steinert & Sons asked veteran piano teacher Elizabeth Reed to put pen to paper regarding the kind of piano she would recommend to the families of her students. ) What a piano teacher wants you to know when choosing your instrument by Elizabeth Reed As a teacher, I delight in sharing my knowledge and experience with parents who … Read More
PERSPECTIVE | MAGAZINE How the pandemic brought life back into our living rooms They were where we played games, read, and performed music before TV took over. As a piano teacher zooming in, I see family life thriving there once again. By Elizabeth Ann Reed January 8, 2021 Piano teachers like me travel back in time to the 17th, … Read More
Mentoring! A Proud Tradition All independent music teachers learn to teach through live interaction whether or not they have a strong pedagogy background. This process often involves trial and error. Imagine if we could reduce the trials and errors by sharing successful teaching sessions with our colleagues. It would certainly reduce the number of times we have said or heard, … Read More
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