Rebecca Grooms Johnson, Ph.D., NCTM, is a nationally respected leader in the field of piano pedagogy. She is an independent teacher and has taught extensively at the college and university level. Rebecca is active in the Music Teachers National Association, where she has held the offices of President of the Ohio Music Teachers Association and...

Rebecca Grooms Johnson, Ph.D., NCTM, is a nationally respected leader in the field of piano pedagogy. She is an independent teacher and has taught extensively at the college and university level. Rebecca is active in the Music Teachers National Association, where she has held the offices of President of the Ohio Music Teachers Association and National Chair of MTNA 's Pedagogy Committee. She currently serves as National Certification Chair, and three times a year she publishes a feature in American Music Teacher titled What's New in Pedagogy Research. 

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A survey of current methods: The Music Tree

T his issue continues Cl av i er Co m p a ni o n 's survey of piano methods. 1 Each article in this series will have three sections-an introductory synopsis by the Associate Editor, two articles written by teachers who have used the method extensively in their studios, and a response from the authors of the method surveyed in the previous issue. We...
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A survey of current methods: Alfred's Premier Piano Course

This issue continues Clavier Companion's survey of piano methods 1 . Each article in this series will  have three sections - an introductory synopsis by the Associate Editor, two articles written by teachers who have used the method extensively in their studios, and a response from the authors of the method surveyed in the previous issue....
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A survey of current methods: Piano Discoveries

This issue continues Clavier C ompa ni on's survey of piano methods. 1 Each article in the series has several sections. The first section is a synopsis written by the Associate Editor. This synopsis covers the basic content, scope, and approaches of the method. The second section contains articles by two teachers who have used the method extensivel...
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