How do you teach students who learn at a slower pace? Part two Issues and Ideas: Perspectives in Pedagogy

from the series: Issues and Ideas: Perspectives in Pedagogy Rebecca Johnson, Editor  In the Summer issue Patricia Cestaro shared advice on teaching beginning piano to the student who learns at a slower pace. She illustrated how to introduce the basics of finger numbers, key names, and keyboard topography, and she gave us a clear idea of h...
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How do you teach students who learn at a slower pace? Part I

from the series: Issues and Ideas: Perspectives in PedagogyRebecca Johnson, EditorOver the years, I have received requests to teach students with various disabilities. I have always refused because I felt ignorant and ill-equipped to work with children who have these kinds of challenges. However, about a year ago I accepted into my studio a bo...
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