As teachers, we should be well versed in our subject areas. We should be continuing our education in every way possible from further schooling, reading professional journals, keeping up with new techniques and new technology, and of course articulating with other professionals to gain further knowledge of our subjects. This article…
If you are like me, your hobby is also your career! Because of that, my tendency is to be consumed with teaching. I am always looking for new ideas, new approaches of getting materials and concepts across to my students, and thinking of tangible ways students can be involved in the learning process so it will stick with them for life.
Parents are always wanting the best for their kids, and will usually do anything to help them succeed. This article will provide some useful insight to music parents who want to help their children to become the best musicians possible.
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