Parents as Partners Online launches January 25, 2018 with over 50 video, audio, and transcribed talks for parents and teachers.

This series of short online videos for Suzuki parents and teachers will address such Suzuki-related topics as parent-teacher communication, the teen perspective, character development through music, and many practice games for all!

Register now to gather fresh ideas on numerous Suzuki-related topics!

How it Works

  • We’ll email you on Thursday, January 25 with instructions on how to access Parents as Partners Online.

  • New video lectures will be added each Monday, and we’ll email you then too.

  • Videos can be watched on any web-enabled device: desktop and laptop computers, smartphones, and tablets—including iPhones and iPads.

  • Audio only “podcast style” versions can be accessed by clicking the “Podcast” button at the top of any Parents as Partners Online page.

  • Transcripts can be found through a link in the information attached to each video

  • Once posted, all videos can be watched online at any time until October 15, 2018.

A sample of the new 2018 Talks

A Perspective on Parenting Teens in the Suzuki Method
Gabriel Bolkosky

Courageous Conversations
Carrie Reuning-Hummel

The Next Level and How to Get There
Charles Krigbaum

Ages and Stages of Parent-Child Communication
Christine Goodner

The Teen Perspective: Interviews with Cellissimo Students
Sally Gross and Alex Revoal

Independence Through journaling During Practice
Paule Barsalou and Christie Zimmer

How Does Suzuki Study Build Character?
Sara Bennett Wolfe

What I’ve Learned from Wearing Three Different Hats
Laura Nerenberg

The Words We Choose
Breana Bauman

Building Good Citizens: The Joy of Learning, Perseverance, and Achievement
Sarah Titterington Ibbett

…and many many more!

A sample of the selected talks from our archives

Ownership
Edward Kreitman

Raising Independent Musicians
Mark Mutter

Breakdowns
Edmund Sprunger

Everything I Needed to Know About the Suzuki Triangle I Learned from a Dog
Meret Bitticks

Why Classical Music?
Patricia Purcell

DIY: Do It Yourself Practice Games
Kathleen Schoen

Teens, Tenacity, and Technique
Donna Davis, Nicolette Solomon

Guitar Hero?! VIOLIN Hero!!
Treesa Gold

The Value of Listening
Kelly Williamson

Character Development: Dressing for Life
Lamar Blum

…and many many more!

Email [javascript protected email address] if you have any questions about Parents as Partners Online or how to register.