Today we’re kicking off our Teach Piano Today Helpline podcast with a fabulous episode featuring everything you’ve always wanted to know about teaching group piano classes.
And if you just thought “Oh… this is not for me, I only have one piano so I can’t teach groups…” you’ll want to hang around and have a listen, as you may be surprised to find out that group piano teaching can still be an option!
Send us a Voicemail… This Could Be You!
We received today’s Helpline Voicemail from a teacher wanting to start group piano classes at her busy studio. To help us answer her question we called Dr. Christopher Fisher at his office in Ohio… in the midst of last weekend’s blizzard. He shares his expertise on this subject including:
- How should you begin teaching group piano classes?
- What are alternatives to the large group classes we think of as a “piano group class”?
- What are the problems that arise – and how can they be prevented?
- How you can you meet individual needs within a group setting?
- What materials and methods should you use?
- and more!
This teacher had her question answered simply by leaving us a voice mail! If you have a piano teaching question, give us a shout and your question could be featured on an upcoming Teach Piano Today Helpline episode!
Getting Started With Group Piano Teaching…
This episode is less than 10 minutes long but is packed with information! Click the player below to have a listen or visit our iTunes page to download it to your iPhone and take it “to go!”
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