Articles for Parents & Parents

Toda criana  capaz realmente O que outras autoridades tm a dizer sobre os conceitos de Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Michael Montgomery

Devido ao meu contato recente com o círculo Suzuki de ensino e aprendizagem, muitos de seus princípios são em alguma medida novos para mim. Curioso (e, às vezes, talvez um pouco cético) sobre vários aspectos de sua abordagem, pensei que… Read more ▶

Mil saudaes Deve ser brincadeira

August 11, 2017 by Barbara Balatero

Quando eu tenho um novo aluno de violoncelo, uma das primeiras tarefas que eu dou a ele é: fazer 1.000 saudações ou cumprimentos! Eu não permito que meus alunos colocem o arco na corda do violoncelo até que isso seja… Read more ▶

Can Every Parent

August 11, 2017 by Holly Blackwelder Carpenter

From the Video Series Parents As Partners Online 2015 A few weeks ago I received a text message from my brother (Suzuki parent with 3 children) It read “I know every child can, but I am not sure that this parent… Read more ▶

Volviendo a la bsico lo que todo profesor quiere saber Lucy Shaw

August 11, 2017 by Lucy Shaw

Soy Lucy Shaw y tengo un estudio Suzuki privado en las afueras de Seattle en el estado de Washington. Mi artículo de hoy se titula Volviendo a la básico, lo que todo profesor quiere saber. Recientemente empecé un nuevo estudio de… Read more ▶

Play It Again Sam  How to Implement Listening in Home Practice

August 11, 2017 by Jennifer Burton

From the Video Series, Parents As Partners Online 2015 Hi, I am Jenny Burton and I am going to talk about listening today. The name of my talk is “Play it Again Sam: How to Implement Listening in Home Practice.” There… Read more ▶

Crafting Constructive Positive Feedback

August 11, 2017 by Alexander Revoal

From the Video Series, Parents As Partners Online 2017 Consider the following scenario. You’ve been working on a research project at work for a while now and you present your findings to the department, including your supervisor, before you have to… Read more ▶

The Value of Repetition

August 11, 2017 by Susan Baer

From the Video Series, Parents as Partners Online 2011 Hi, my name is Sue Baer. Thank you for joining me today on this session, addressing The Value of Repetition. I believe that every child is capable of playing their instrument at… Read more ▶

A Thousand Bow Holds You Must Be Kidding

August 11, 2017 by Barbara Balatero

From the Video Series, Parents as Parnters Online 2016 When I have a new cello student, one of the first big assignments I give them is to make 1,000 good bow holds. I don’t allow my students to place the bow… Read more ▶

Back to Basics What Every Teacher Wants You to Know

August 11, 2017 by Lucy Shaw

From the video series Parents as Partners Online 2013. Welcome to the 2013 edition of PPO online. I am Lucy Shaw, and I run a private Suzuki studio just outside of Seattle in the state of Washington. My talk today is… Read more ▶

A Measure of Progress

August 11, 2017 by Susan Baer

From the video series Parents As Partners Online 2016 When we embark on a project as important as preparing our children for the role that music will play in their lives, it’s only natural that we concern ourselves with a host… Read more ▶

The Importance of Group Classes

August 11, 2017 by Jennifer Burton

From the video collection Parents As Partners Online 2012. Hi! My name is Jennifer Burton, and it’s my pleasure today to talk with you about the importance of Group Classes. I think there are about six things that I really… Read more ▶

La va rpida alxitoen su viaje Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Lee Hadden

  Crecí como estudiante de viola con el método tradicional y tuve la fortuna de haber contado con una excelente maestra de clase mundial desde que tenía diez años hasta que me fui a la universidad a los diecisiete años.  Recuerdo que estaba sentado… Read more ▶

Creative Strategies for Effective Reviewa Survey of Favorite Activities from within the Suzuki Triangle

August 11, 2017 by Rafael Videira

From Parents as Partners Online 2016. Hello, my name is Rafael Videira, and I am a Suzuki viola and violin teacher. Today I would like to talk about ways to make reviewing the repertoire fun and effective. The activities I… Read more ▶

Mil tomas de arco Debes estar bromeando

August 11, 2017 by Barbara Balatero

Cuando tengo un estudiante de violonchelo, una de las primeras tareas que le asigno es lograr 1.000 tomas de arco correctas. No permito que los estudiantes pongan el arco en la cuerda hasta que dicha tarea esté lograda. Así que… Read more ▶

Consejos y nimo para padres Suzuki BrittanyGardner

August 11, 2017 by Brittany Gardner

Hola, mi nombre es Brittany Gardner y soy profesora de cello en Salt Lake City. Me emociona participar en Parents as Partners (Padres como compañeros) y espero que lo que hoy tengo que decir les sea útil.   He pasado tiempo en todas las esquinas del Triángulo Suzuki. Primero fui estudiante y… Read more ▶

O atalho para o sucesso na jornada Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Lee Hadden

Eu fui um aluno tradicional (não Suzuki) de viola e tive muita sorte de ter um excelente uma professora, de primeira classe, desde os meus dez anos até eu entrar na faculdade, aos dezessete anos de idade. Lembro-me de estar sentado… Read more ▶

Ideias Importantes para se Considerar no Papel de MePai Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Teri Einfeldt

“Primeiro o caráter, depois a habilidade”, já dizia o Dr. Suzuki. A experiência Suzuki é sobre a sua criança, o instrumento é secundário. Observe como a sua criança aprende coisas novas, estimulando a formação de caráter e fortalecendo a autoconfiança… Read more ▶

Unreaciopadre SuzukiPor PaulDavidson

August 11, 2017 by Paul Davidson

“Papá, ¿me escucharás mientras toco? Quiero saber si ‘A’ es mejor que ‘B’.” Este pedido me llega mientras mi hija toca un fragmento para su audición en la universidad, la cual tendrá lugar en unas pocas semanas.  Al escuchar las dos… Read more ▶

La Importancia de las Clases Grupales

August 11, 2017 by Jennifer Burton

Hola, mi nombre es Jennifer Burton, y es un gusto hablarles el día de hoy acerca de la importancia de las Clases Grupales. Considero que hay aproximadamente seis elementos que realmente me gustan sobre las clases grupales los cuales son de… Read more ▶

Cmo implementarlaescucha en la prctica en casa  Por Jennifer Burton

August 11, 2017 by Jennifer Burton

“Play It Again, Sam”  Hola, soy Jenny Burton y voy a hablar de “escuchar” hoy. El nombre de mi charla es “Play it Again Sam: Cómo implementar la escucha en la práctica en casa”.  Como lo he observado, hay dos formas de “escucha”. Una es la escucha pasiva donde sólo suena  el… Read more ▶

La repeticin es valiosa

August 11, 2017 by Susan Baer

Hola, mi nombre es Sue Baer. Gracias por unirte hoy a esta sesión sobre el tema La repetición es valiosa. Creo que cada niño es capaz de tocar su instrumento a un nivel muy alto. Si has estado involucrado de… Read more ▶

Haciendo cuadrados y progresando

August 11, 2017 by Kathleen Bowman

Si te paras a medio metro de distancia del cuadro llamado Robert de Chuck Close (1997), lo único que puedes ver son cuadrados y rectángulos estampados con colores. Cada cuadrado mide aproximadamente 9 cm de ancho y están vinculados uno… Read more ▶

Um pai Suzuki persistente

August 11, 2017 by Paul Davidson

“Papai, você pode me ouvir tocar? Eu quero saber se a parte A da música está melhor do que a parte B!” Esse pedido de escuta foi feito quando minha filha tocava um trecho de uma música como preparação para… Read more ▶

Criando quadrados fazendo progresso

August 11, 2017 by Kathleen Bowman

Quando alguém se posiciona a dois passos do quadro “Robert” (1997) do pintor Chuck Close, tudo o que se vê são quadrados e retângulos cheios de cor. Cada quadrado, com aproximadamente 9cm é carregado de cores vivas e está conectado… Read more ▶

Cada nio puede realmente

August 11, 2017 by Michael Montgomery

¿Qué tienen otras autoridades para decir  sobre los conceptos de Suzuki?  Habiendo ingresado recientemente al círculo de enseñanza y aprendizaje de Suzuki, muchos de los principios del método todavía son algo nuevos para mí. Curioso (y a veces tal vez incluso un poco escéptico)… Read more ▶

Estratgias criativas para uma reviso de repertrio efetivauma coleo de atividades favoritas dentro do Tringulo Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Rafael Videira

Olá, meu nome é Rafael Videira, e eu sou um professor Suzuki de viola e violino. Hoje eu gostaria de falar sobre maneiras de fazer a revisão de repertório mais divertida e eficaz. As atividades que eu vou sugerir foram… Read more ▶

El ABC de la experiencia de grupo  Por Jacqueline Maurer

August 11, 2017 by Jacqueline Maurer

A tiempo a la hora de llegada Llegue temprano para tener tiempo de sacar el instrumento del estuche y afinarlo, ¡y tiempo para tomar aliento! ¡Ayude a que la clase comience con puntualidad! Buen comportamiento Se nutre un comportamiento amoroso, cortés… Read more ▶

Creando retroalimentacin positiva y constructiva  por Alex Revoal

August 11, 2017 by Alexander Revoal

Imagine la siguiente situación: Usted ha estado trabajando en un proyecto de investigación en el trabajo por un tiempo y presenta sus hallazgos a los jefes del departamento, incluyendo a su supervisor, antes de presentarlos al consejo a fin de… Read more ▶

Estrategias creativas para una revisin eficaz  encuesta de las actividades preferidas desde el tringulo Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Rafael Videira

Hola, mi nombre es Rafael Videira, y soy profesor Suzuki de viola y violín. Hoy me gustaría hablar sobre diferentes maneras para que el momento de revisión del repertorio sea divertido y eficaz. Las actividades que sugeriré fueron tomadas de artículos… Read more ▶

Todo padre puede  Holly Blackwelder Carpenter

August 11, 2017 by Holly Blackwelder Carpenter

Hace unas pocas semanas recibí un mensaje de mi hermano (padre Suzuki de 3 niños), decía “Sé que todos los niños pueden, pero no estoy seguro de que todos los padres puedan” ¿Alguna vez te sentiste así? Pues yo sí. El… Read more ▶

Toda famlia  capaz  Holly Blackwelder Carpenter

August 11, 2017 by Holly Blackwelder Carpenter

Algumas semanas atrás recebi uma mensagem de texto do meu irmão (pai Suzuki com três filhos). A mensagem dizia “Eu sei que toda criança é capaz, mas não tenho certeza de que essa mãe o seja.” Você já se sentiu… Read more ▶

Recomendaes e encorajamento para pais Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Brittany Gardner

Olá, meu nome é Brittany Gardner, e sou professora de violoncelo em Salt Lake City. Estou entusiasmada por participar no Parents as Partners, e espero que o que eu tenho a dizer hoje seja útil para você. Eu já passei por… Read more ▶

Toca De Novo Sam Como Fazer o Aluno Ouvir as Gravaes no Estudo Dirio

August 11, 2017 by Jennifer Burton

Olá, meu nome é Jenny Burton e hoje eu vou falar sobre a escuta. O título do meu discurso é “Toca De Novo, Sam: Como Fazer o Aluno Ouvir as Gravações no Estudo Diário”. Eu tenho observado que existem dois tipos… Read more ▶

Criando comentrios positivos e construtivos

August 11, 2017 by Alexander Revoal

Considere o seguinte cenário: Você tem trabalhado em um projeto de pesquisa no trabalho por um tempo agora e você apresenta seus resultados ao seu departamento, incluindo o seu supervisor, antes de apresentá-los ao conselho no final do mês. Você está confiante no conteúdo, mas… Read more ▶

O ABC da aula em grupo

August 11, 2017 by Jacqueline Maurer

Abertura Chegue cedo, com tempo para se preparar e afinar o instrumento e com tempo para recuperar o fôlego! Colabore para que a aula comece no horário. Bom comportamento Sempre tentamos respeitar uns aos outros. Cultivamos uma conduta de amor, gentileza e respeito. Comunidade As pessoas… Read more ▶

Algunas ideas importantes para tener presentes en tu rol como pap o mam Suzuki

August 11, 2017 by Teri Einfeldt

El Dr. Suzuki siempre decía “primero el carácter, luego la habilidad”. En la experiencia Suzuki, tu hijo está primero y tocar el instrumento después. Observa cómo aprende tu hijo, nutriendo su espíritu y ayudándole a fortalecer su confianza en sí… Read more ▶

A Importncia da Repetio

August 11, 2017 by Susan Baer

Olá, meu nome é Sue Baer. Obrigada por estar aqui hoje nessa sessão sobre a importância da repetição. Eu acredito que toda criança é capaz de tocar seu instrumento num nível bem alto. Se você conhece o método Suzuki, eu… Read more ▶

Advice and Encouragement for Suzuki Parents

August 10, 2017 by Brittany Gardner

From the video series, Parents as Partners Online 2015 Hi my name is Brittany Gardner, and I’m a cello teacher in Salt Lake City. I’m excited to be participating in Parents as Partners, and I hope that what I have to… Read more ▶

Holding Two Concepts In Ones Mind  Episode 4

June 7, 2017 by Sarah Bylander Montzka, Margaret Watts Romney

Students, Teachers, Parents, Administrators: we are all interested in growth and change. In this episode, Sarah Bylander Montzka explains the skill we can all use of “holding two concepts in one’s mind at the same time”—a skill which can nurture growth in students, organizations, and ourselves. Read more ▶

Thank You Suzuki ParentsEverything You Do is Much Appreciated

September 3, 2015 by Merlin Thompson

Thank you, Suzuki parents. You do an amazing job. We teachers cannot even begin to express how deeply we value who you are—your vision, your commitment, your love for your child and music. Read more ▶

Important Ideas to Remember in Your Role as a Suzuki Parent

March 21, 2012 by Teri Einfeldt

Dr. Suzuki always said “character first, ability second.” The Suzuki experience is about your child first, playing the instrument second. Watch how your child learns, nurturing your child’s spirit and building her self confidence, yet instilling a sense of achieving excellence… Read more ▶

SYOA Students Parents and Teacher Share Their Experiences

May 25, 2011 by Isabelle Aboaf, McCall Andersen, Sally Gross, Leah Keane, Deborah Moench

I attended as a first violinist in SYOA 2 this past year, the fourteenth biennial conference. SYOA was the best experience I have had throughout my musical education. Read more ▶

Audio from Parents as Partners 2008

October 13, 2008

The Parents as Partners sessions from the 2008 Conference are available below as audio files. You can listen to them right from this page, or download the files to listen to later. Supporting Your Teacher Diane Schroeder, Board Chair and former parent… Read more ▶

Balancing

June 1, 2008 by Rebecca Moore

Memorizing forty digits of pi? No problem. I’ve already memorized Toccata by Khachaturian when I was eleven and Concerto No. 1 by Bach last year. Choreographing counts of eight for my gymnastics floor routine? I already know how to count beats… Read more ▶

On Suzuki Violin and Life

June 1, 2008 by Alvaro Soltero

On my fifth birthday my sister came home with a violin. That was how it all started. This is how I came to know Martin Goldman. This is how I came to know the violin. At first, I hated it.… Read more ▶

The Ins and Outs of Progress

June 1, 2006 by Lamar Blum

Our recent Recital Week gave all who attended a glimpse of music students in action. Pieces had been polished and rehearsed. Students dressed up. Parents provided tempting treats. The excitement of wanting to hear each student play buzzed through the… Read more ▶

The Parent as Mentor

June 1, 2004 by Tammy Linn

The Suzuki parent is a powerful mentor. Well, that’s a rather obvious fact, but perhaps one worth pondering for a moment. Our actions often reach farther than we realize. First of all, the parent is a mentor to his/her child. As… Read more ▶

Daily Chore or Joy Why Listen

June 1, 2004 by Janice Peters

Our lives are all so busy so it is easy fall prey to the temptation of skipping daily listening or daily practice or both. So think of what happens when we skip? Why do we need to be faithful to… Read more ▶

101 Ways to Practice One Note One Measure One Line

June 1, 2003 by Sue Evans

Play it your age. Tape it. Pick an UNO Card. Throw the dice or die. Wear a funny hat. Wear funny glasses. Left foot in the air. Right foot in the air. Eyes on the ceiling. Eyes closed. With toothbrush in mouth. With gloves on. With Kleenex on keys. Write a story to… Read more ▶

Taking Notes at Lessons Practical Tips for Parents

June 1, 2001 by Heidi Ehle

Continuity is a crucial part of learning an instrument, and the link that provides continuity between lessons and practice is your precious notes! Having been a Suzuki parent, I know that in a busy day sometimes you sink into the… Read more ▶

I Love to Practice

June 1, 2000 by Joanne Bath

“I love to practice!” That’s what we all want our children to say. Here are some ideas for how parents can get there without resorting to things they wish they hadn’t! These suggestions can keep you motivated so that you… Read more ▶

Note Reading Ideas

June 1, 2000 by Ramona Stirling

Is your child frustrated when playing in orchestra at a Suzuki Institute? The note reading skills of some Suzuki students do not match their wonderful playing skills. Since students have different ways of learning, some will learn to read music… Read more ▶

Lead with a Smile Making the Most of a Suzuki Institute

June 1, 1998 by Joanne Bath, Pamela Bath Kelly

With the proper attitude and preparation, an institute can be, a powerful investment in your child’s musical process, and can be a pivotal point in your family’s musical year. Just as important as your musical preparation is your approach to… Read more ▶

The ABCs of Group Experience

June 1, 1997 by Jacqueline Maurer

Arrival Arrive early with time for unpacking and tuning and time to catch your breath! Help the class to start on time! Behaviors Loving, courteous and respectful behaviors are cultivated. We try to respect each other and others’ feelings. Community People working on common goals… Read more ▶

25 Nonviolent Discipline Options

June 1, 1994 by Pam Kemp

Discipline, related to the word “disciple,” implies learning from a master teacher. Like it or not, we parents are our children’s primary master teachers. Read more ▶

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