Royal Conservatory of Music

Suzuki Early Childhood Education Every Child Can!
Jan 8, 2017 in Toronto, ON
at Royal Conservatory of Music

What

Suzuki Early Childhood Education Every Child Can!

Instructor: Susan Gagnon

Every Child Can! logoEvery Child Can! is a one day introductory course on the Suzuki philosophy and its application to education. For parents, teachers, prospective teachers and others, this course provides an inspiring, in-depth look at the Suzuki approach to teaching and learning. For teachers, ECC serves as the first course in the Suzuki Association of the Americas Teacher Development Program. To learn more, read about the ECC course and its guidelines.

CLICK HERE to register online for this course!

‘Every Child Can!’ (ECC) is an introduction to Dr. Suzuki’s philosophy and its application to Suzuki education. For teachers, parents, prospective teachers of any instrument and others, this course provides an inspiring, in-depth look at the Suzuki approach to teaching and learning. ECC also serves as the required first course in the Suzuki Association of the Americas Teacher Development program.

The course explores elements of the Suzuki Approach, the role of parents, an introduction to learning styles, and the importance of Suzuki pedagogical training as well as the history of the Suzuki method. An engaging and inspiring program, ECC includes video materials and SAA-developed courseware.

About the Instructor:

Susan Gagnon is an SAA Cello Teacher Trainer, holds the SAA’s Certificate of Achievement and was 2010 Conference Chamber Music Co-Coordinator. Susan Gagnon holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Western Ontario. Susan was the recipient of a Canada Council grant to attend master-classes at the Banff School of Fine Arts with Janos Starker, Aldo Parisot, and Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi.

She has played with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra since 1983. Ms. Gagnon has been on the faculty of the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto since 1984 where she is the Suzuki department coordinator and a core member of the Young Artists Performance Academy faculty. She is an examiner for the Royal Conservatory of Music, authored the last three Cello Syllabi and compiled the 2013 RCM cello series books.

She also is a member of the Canadian Federation of Adjudicators. Susan is past Chair of the Suzuki Association of Ontario. She has taught at Suzuki Institutes in both Canada and the United States and at Music at Port Milford, a chamber music camp for teens, since 1995.

Price: $195.00

5 enrolled out of 30 maximum.

See contact information below to sign up.

Susan Gagnon

Susan Gagnon is an SAA Cello Teacher Trainer. Susan Gagnon holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Western Ontario. Susan was the recipient of a Canada Council grant to attend masterclasses at the Banff School of Fine Arts with Janos Starker, Aldo Parisot, and Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi. She has played with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra since 1983. Ms. Gagnon has been on the faculty of the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto since 1984 where she is Suzuki Department coordinator and a core member of the Young Artists Performance Academy faculty. She is an examiner for the Royal Conservatory of Music and compiled their 2013 cello series. She also is a member of the Canadian Federation of Adjudicators. Susan is past Chair of the Suzuki Association of Ontario. She has taught at Suzuki Institutes in both Canada and the United States and at Music at Port Milford since 1995.

When

Sunday, January 8, , 2017

Where

Royal Conservatory of Music

273 Bloor St W
Toronto ON M5S 1W2
CANADA

Phone: 416-408-2825
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www.rcmusic.ca

More Info & Contact

Website: www.rcmusic.ca

Royal Conservatory of Music

Phone: 416-408-2825
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