Here are my top 10 tips for taking great notes in your lessons. These tips will help any parent or student refine their note taking skills. Whether you are new to Suzuki lessons (on any instrument) or a veteran with tons of experience, I hope you will find at least one new idea to incorporate into your note taking style!
Originally published in the Suzuki Association of the Americas series "Parents as Partners Online" in 2020.
I had a great time talking with Hosts Abigail Peterson and Christine Goodner about balancing teaching and a rigorous performance schedule on episode 24 of their Beyond the Music Lesson Podcast! This is a fantastic podcast to inspire your music education journey for parents, teachers, and students alike!
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In Episode 27 of the Harp Column Podcast, host Kristina Finch and I chat about the article Teacher’s Pet in the September-October 2017 issue of Harp Column. We talk about how I researched this article; why I love the Suzuki teaching method; and how yoga helps me with my teaching and at the harp. For more practical harp news and information visit www.harpcolumn.com, and tune in for more podcasts taking you behind the stories in Harp Column.
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