Teens and Too Much Homework (some hopefully helpful advice)

Christine said: Mar 30, 2016
Christine Goodner
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Suzuki Early Childhood Education, Viola
Hillsboro, OR
72 posts

I have been doing parent teacher conferences in my studio this month and a recurring theme is: my teen/middle schooler has too much homework and it’s hard to fit in practice.

I shared some of my thoughts from what I’ve learned over the years that tends to help in this blog post—

Teens & Too Much Homework

I hope this is helpful to someone!

Christine Goodner

Studio Website: Brookside Suzuki Strings

Blog: The Suzuki Triangle

Free eBook: Painless Practice: 7 Principles for Setting up Effective Practice Routines

“When Love is Deep, Much can be Accomplished” ~ Suzuki

Briana LeClaire said: Mar 30, 2016
 Cello
8 posts

GREAT STUFF! May I repost? Leclaire.musicteachershelper.com/posts

Christine said: Mar 30, 2016
Christine Goodner
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Suzuki Early Childhood Education, Viola
Hillsboro, OR
72 posts

Absolutely! Please link back to my post and you’re welcome to share :)

Christine Goodner

Studio Website: Brookside Suzuki Strings

Blog: The Suzuki Triangle

Free eBook: Painless Practice: 7 Principles for Setting up Effective Practice Routines

“When Love is Deep, Much can be Accomplished” ~ Suzuki

Briana LeClaire said: Mar 30, 2016
 Cello
8 posts

Is a hotlink OK? I’m not a very experienced blogger. https://leclaire.musicteachershelper.com/posts&postID=1903

Christine said: Mar 30, 2016
Christine Goodner
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Suzuki Early Childhood Education, Viola
Hillsboro, OR
72 posts

That’s perfect—thanks Briana! :)

Christine Goodner

Studio Website: Brookside Suzuki Strings

Blog: The Suzuki Triangle

Free eBook: Painless Practice: 7 Principles for Setting up Effective Practice Routines

“When Love is Deep, Much can be Accomplished” ~ Suzuki

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