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THE INCLUSIVE TEACHING COURSE:
TEACHING PIANO TO STUDENTS WHO ARE SPECIAL LEARNERS


About the Course

About the Course

The Inclusive Teaching Course: Teaching Piano to Students Who are Special Leaners is a 14-session series designed for all teachers including those who are just beginning or contemplating beginning their work with students who are special learners, or teachers with experience in working with students who are special learners. The course is designed to introduce practical explanations and strategies in adaptive teaching to basic scenarios in piano teaching including music reading, music counting, technique, artistry, and teaching and learning procedures for working with this population of students.
  • Organized by topic in 14 sessions
  • Designed to be completed at your own pace
  • Full course completion time is approximately 16 hours

Topics Include

Topics Include

  • Studio environment
  • Person/identity-first language
  • Communication
  • Autism
  • Finger numbers, right hand and left hand
  • Decoding the music score
  • Teaching counting, technique, and repertoire
  • Pathways to expression
  • Adjudication
  • And more!

Course leader: Scott Price. Senior editor: Craig Sale.
Course contributors: Beth Bauer, Melissa Martiros, Derek Polischuk, Scott Price.

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The Inclusive Teaching Course: Teaching Piano to Students Who are Special Learners Self-Guided
This accessible and practical course is divided into fourteen sessions designed to be completed at your own pace.
Access to the course will be provided for 12 months from the original date of purchase.


Cost: $129
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