Suzuki Method & Suzuki Philosophy

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 ▶

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 ▶

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 ▶

It Doesnt Get Much Better Than This  Episode 2

May 8, 2017 by Carey Beth Hockett, Margaret Watts Romney

How are in-person and engaged communities created? What do they feel like when you’re in them? We interview group class expert and cellist Carey Beth Hockett to hear her answers. Read more ▶

Episode 1  You Have to Go On You Have to Grow

April 24, 2017 by Winifred Crock, Margaret Watts Romney

Who was Dr. Suzuki, why is there a community of teachers following his vision, and what ideas can apply to teachers anywhere? We talk with his former student, Winifred Crock, to answer these questions and more. Read more ▶

We Are Suzuki How the Suzuki Method Influenced These Grads Creativity and Success

November 21, 2014 by Libby Felts

By now, you may be familiar with We Are Suzuki. Our aim with this campaign is to show the many faces of Suzuki education in the Americas. We often pay a lot of attention to current Suzuki students who play… Read more ▶

Learning More Than the Music The Influence of the Suzuki Method in the Life and Career of Dr Whitney Kelley

September 18, 2013 by Libby Felts, Whitney Reagan Kelley

Flutist Whitney Kelley has worked for the Suzuki Association of the Americas for four years as administrator for chapters and institutes. In spring 2013, she graduated from the University of Colorado with her DMA in flute performance and pedagogy. We… Read more ▶

Instilling the Desire to Learn

June 20, 2005 by Shinichi Suzuki

Excerpted from Nurtured by Love, pp 95-96. We encourage them to think of violin training as fun We begin by training the parent rather than the child. Although we accept infants, at first we do not have them play the violin. First… Read more ▶

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