American Suzuki Journal 44.3

Published May 2016

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American Suzuki Journal 44.3

Features

Interview: Gear Fisher, MakeMusic CEO

Interview: Gear Fisher, MakeMusic CEO

Conference

Part 4: The Joys and Benefits of Group Class

Part 4: The Joys and Benefits of Group Class

Columns

Chair's Column

Chair’s Column

How Do You Like Your Noodles?

How Do You Like Your Noodles?

Teaching & Learning

Productivity and Goal Setting Strategies for the Studio Teacher

Productivity and Goal Setting Strategies for the Studio Teacher

Imposter Syndrome

What it is, why Suzuki teachers may be susceptible, and how to overcome it

Imposter Syndrome What it is, why Suzuki teachers may be susceptible, and how to overcome it

Changing Practice Channels: Exploring How Children Tune into Practice Time

Changing Practice Channels: Exploring How Children Tune into Practice Time

Viewpoints

That Hard Passage

But this discipline of taking what you cannot do, or cannot do well, and turning it into something you can perform, an expression of music and self, a work of art: this, in the end, is work you do on yourself. Work that changes you.… Read more ▶

ASJ 44.3, page 26

Latin America

I Brazilian Meeting of Suzuki Teachers and Students: Building Communities

Music teaching with Suzuki method has been spreading rapidly in all regions of Brazil. Today, there are SAA registered teachers in all regions of the country. As a result, a large number of students and families are involved in the… Read more ▶

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ASJ 44.3, page 39

Stories, Poems & Tributes

Teaching the Marvels of Music

Teaching the Marvels of Music

In Memoriam: Norma Jean Seaton

In Memoriam: Norma Jean Seaton