The second installment of Karen's guide to introducing theory into piano lessons when you feel like you just don't have the time
Karen is starting a new series of pedagogy videos entitled "30 Second Theory" where she discusses the quick and subtle ways to preteach theory to your students when you feel like you just don't have time in the lesson to fit theory in.
This may sound odd coming from a primarily piano teacher, but occasionally, this situation will arise where a non-pianist musician will want to learn piano skills. In this video, Karen discusses how to tackle this new situation.
In this blog, Karen gets down to business. While the various aspects of teaching are important, a new teacher must also keep in mind that this is a business, and must be treated as such. Karen offers reminders and tips to managing the business of teaching.
In this blog, Karen discusses the importance of "changing it up" to keep the students interested and excited about piano lessons.
In this blog, Karen discusses the difference between audio and visual learners, and how to start a new year of lessons off strong with either type of student.
September is the start of a new year for school, and the same goes for piano lessons. Karen discusses her ideas for getting off to a running start with new and returning students.