Building Noble Hearts—Episode 2, “It Doesn’t Get Much Better Than This”

Margaret Watts Romney said: May 8, 2017
Margaret Watts RomneySAA Staff
Suzuki Association Member
Cello
Boulder, CO
15 posts

How are in-person and engaged communities created? What do they feel like when you’re in them? We interview group class expert and cellist Carey Beth Hockett to hear her answers on the SAA podcast “Building Noble Hearts: Inside a Teaching Community.” If you have questions or comments about the episode, chime in here!

Christine said: May 8, 2017
Christine GoodnerInstitute Director
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Suzuki Early Childhood Education, Viola
Hillsboro, OR
78 posts

Loved this episode! I especially loved hearing Carey Beth Hockett’s journey as a Suzuki teacher and her thoughts about how the questions that are asked and how we listen to one another are so important.

Christine Goodner

Studio Website: Brookside Suzuki Strings

Blog: The Suzuki Triangle

Suzuki Licensed Book: Beyond the Music Lesson: Habits of Successful Suzuki Families

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

Margaret Watts Romney said: May 9, 2017
Margaret Watts RomneySAA Staff
Suzuki Association Member
Cello
Boulder, CO
15 posts

Thank you, Christine! It’s great to hear what resonated with you.

If you want to help spread the word to about the podcast, the more reviews we have on iTunes, the more they will promote the podcast to others.

Thanks again!

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