Why Piano Teachers Should Hold Student-Led Interviews… Piano Style!

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Last week a huge windstorm knocked out power in our part of the woods. Because of the lack of power, and an enormous tree that had fallen across the road, Parent-Teacher Interviews at Lexi’s school w … Continue Reading →

10 Things You Need To Know About TEDDtales

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A little over a week ago, Andrea and I launched our newest resource, TEDDtales, to pre-release members, and today marks the official world-wide launch! If you’ve heard the chatter and want to learn m … Continue Reading →

How Thrift Store Junk Can Motivate Your Piano Students

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In July of 2009 an experiment was conducted that did not have anything to do with piano teaching. But, as it turned out, the results have EVERYTHING to do with piano teaching. The Significant … Continue Reading →

How To Grow Your Studio With Your Personal Facebook Page

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If you’re like many piano teachers, your personal Facebook page and your studio Facebook page are two very separate entities; studio news never shows up on your personal page, and personal news never s … Continue Reading →

Have You Been Waiting Too Long For A Fun And Fresh Approach To Technical Exercises?

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Just a quick reminder that today is the last day to sign up (at the bottom of this page) for the Pre-Release List and get 25% off our newest resource, TEDDtales: Technical Exercises, Dramatically … Continue Reading →

What a Real Life Strong Lady Taught Me About Piano Teaching

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For the last week, Trevor and I have been taking our girls to see a travelling circus, a strong lady, a world record holding jugglers, and a bunch of comedians. All of these performers have been part … Continue Reading →

What Are TEDDtales And Why You Will Shout… Finally!

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When something is right, it just feels right! I spend a lot of time running new piano teaching resources through my mind. To the rest of the world it seems like I’m just sitting at a desk staring out … Continue Reading →

How To Plan For a Year’s Worth of Piano Lessons (Part 1)

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Planning for a year's worth of piano lessons can be a daunting task, so its no wonder that this is one of our most commonly asked questions. There is no “standard curriculum” for piano teachers to fol … Continue Reading →