Ways to Help Students Succeed in Music Lessons

Christine said: Sep 27, 2017
Christine GoodnerInstitute Director
SAA Staff
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Suzuki Early Childhood Education, Viola
Hillsboro, OR
102 posts

I took the Practicum course with Sue Baer this summer where we talked a lot about setting students up for success in our teaching.

I think we also need to set parents up for success by helping clearly communicate what works best for helping students learn and grow in this method.

Here is a short article about 15 Ways to Help Students Succeed in Music Lessons. There is a way to sign up to get a PDF of the list emailed to you at the bottom.

I’d love to hear what you’d add. You can also print out the list and keep it in your practice notebook, or hang it in your studio.

However you use it I hope it’s helpful in thinking about how we as parents and teachers set our students up to be successful.


Christine Goodner

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