Online Alternatives

SECE durante a pandemia Minha perspectiva

June 8, 2020 by Mariana Moretzsohn Duarte, Sharon Jones

Espero, sinceramente, enquanto você lê isso, que você se encontre em segurança e com saúde e buscando formas de lidar com todas as mudanças que vêm acontecendo em nosso mundo nos últimos meses. De fato, estes são tempos surreais, e não… Read more ▶

Making Online Lessons Work with Preschool Students Tips from our community

May 8, 2020 by Christine Goodner

Teaching preschool-aged students has presented a unique challenge during this time of online lessons. Of all the age groups I teach, online lessons are the hardest for many of my students in this age range. I have had to be… Read more ▶

What is making online lessons work for you Tips from our community

May 8, 2020 by Christine Goodner

As we have all been responding to COVID-19 and lessons have moved online, we are so grateful to our wonderful Suzuki community for supporting each other through the process. A big thank you to all the parents and teachers being… Read more ▶

What We Learned the Hard Way So You Dont Have To Part One

May 8, 2020 by Christine Goodner

Every week that I teach online, I get a little better at all of the details. I am learning what helps me keep my energy up and how to best help my students through the assignments I give them. I… Read more ▶

SECE During the Pandemic My Perspective

May 7, 2020 by Sharon Jones

I sincerely hope as you read this, you are safe and healthy and finding ways to cope with all the changes in our world over the last couple of months. These are surreal times, indeed, and nobody is unaffected by… Read more ▶

Book One Review Games

April 13, 2020

Suzuki parent Sonia Macak shared with us these beautiful practice games she created for Violin Book One. Click the image to preview, then click the yellow button to download a printable PDF. Read more ▶

The Suzuki Triangle to the Rescue in Time of Pandemic General tips for approaching online teaching

April 8, 2020 by Evelyn Osborne

We are living in challenging times; our lives have changed dramatically overnight due to COVID-19. It can be overwhelming, and scary for how to continue our studios, but as a Suzuki community, we have a uniquely strong advantage: Do Not… Read more ▶

Ideas for Suzuki Group Classes on Zoom

March 25, 2020 by Paul Kim, Hannah Lin, Michelle Metty, Christopher Conly Mincer, Sally Williams Minnich

Wondering what to do for group lessons while teaching on Zoom? Here are some possibilities! Playing along with teacher, in group Teacher should mute all students (”mute all” button found in Manage Participants). Students should use “speaker view” so the teacher is large… Read more ▶

Creating an Online Learning Eco System for Suzuki Students during the COVID19 Pandemic

March 19, 2020 by Morganne Aaberg

When the public schools across Indiana and Indiana University made the decision to close because of the COVID-19 virus, it quickly became clear that it would not be possible to teach in-person lessons to my students at the Indianapolis Suzuki… Read more ▶

Suzuki Teaching Online Alternatives

March 17, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced unprecedented challenges to Suzuki teaching worldwide. SAA has put together these resources to support Suzuki teachers through temporary periods of social distancing and quarantine which preclude regular, in-person individual and group lessons. We believe Suzuki teachers… Read more ▶

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