How do you use technology in your summer teaching?

from the series: Tomorrow Today: Technology George Litterst, Editor Summer time is special. Family schedules lose the routine that is imposed by the school calendar, students float in and out of town, and everyone is in a different frame of mind. The circumstances that surround summer teaching challenge us to keep our students excited abo...
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How Did You Choose a Summer Music Camp?

Moscow, Russia Dione Biondi Knowles lives in Tacoma, Washington, but she's traveled the world to find a good summer piano program. At 14, she studied at the Ecole Normal de Musique in Paris. Then last year, she moved into a dorm near Red Square to take lessons at the Moscow State Conservatory's program for very well prepared, advanced musicians. As...
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How Do You Make Your Summer Lessons Different?

Are you looking for some creative ideas for next summer's teaching? Ideas that will motivate your students, refresh your studio, and provide a change of pace from your regular teaching routine? Then read on!  Our writers for this issue include four independent piano teachers as well as parents and students who tell us how they feel about ...
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Do you use summer lessons for special reading activities?

Both writers for this issue's Music Reading Department take the view that summer is special for piano students. A good case can be made for discontinuing the regular curriculum and making sure that summer study is something that makes the coming autumn a thing to look forward to rather than a thing to dread.  I think that one of the most ...
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