Category Archives: Teaching
As the school year draws near it is the perfect time to talk about private teaching. As I reflect back on my experiences in working with students (and parents- of course!) here are some things that have definitely helped … Continue reading
Yesterday I continued to think about practice and recalled a short video that I had seen over a year ago- a clip that apparently stuck in my mind. Being a person of faith I can certainly resonate with Terry’s comments … Continue reading
This past Spring while studying for my DMA Comprehensive exams I was directed by a friend to the Mind-mapping software program FreeMind which is an excellent diagram tool for visually arranging information. He had been using the program as a study … Continue reading
I’m almost sure that many of you have seen bumper stickers with this phrase before. One of the joys I have during the summer months is to work with a small group of students in private lessons between the … Continue reading
You may click the following link for my lecture notes from the presentation: Bass Studio 101 handout Alternately, you may go to my downloads page to access the Powerpoint slideshow.
In San Francisco I had the opportunity to catch up with my former teacher from Wheaton College, Virginia Dixon. She is a teacher-trainer of the Suzuki Bass Method and all around great teacher of young and older students alike. … Continue reading