Piano Camp – How Much Should I Charge?

Piano Camp – How Much Should I Charge?

Posted on Apr 14, 2017 in Logistics, Piano Camp

This question has come up a lot since I posted the 30 day plan for a summer piano camp. As I write this I understand that everyone’s situation will have different variations, however my intention is just to share a basic format for you to follow and apply to your own situation. One of the most […]

Great Tools for Your Classroom

Great Tools for Your Classroom

Posted on Apr 24, 2015 in Logistics, Methods

A few months ago I “met” Debra Perez, co-author of Musical Moments and Way Cool Keyboarding on Facebook and after chatting online we talked some more over the phone. We have yet to meet in person, however we speak the same group piano language and I was so delighted that she has supported this blog by […]

Dear Mayron…

Dear Mayron…

Posted on Apr 15, 2015 in Class Routine, Logistics, Methods

  Don’t you wish you could just talk to someone who has been teaching group piano for years and could answer all your questions? It does not matter how many years I have been teaching (30+) there is always someone’s brain I would like to “pick”. Mayron Cole began self-publishing and teaching group piano many […]

How To Begin Teaching Piano in Groups

How To Begin Teaching Piano in Groups

Posted on Apr 9, 2015 in Class Routine, Logistics

Many of you are familiar with Jennifer Foxx and her blog and all the resources that she gathers for us to stay “in the know”.  Today I am honored to be a guest on her blog and share a basic lesson plan for your first group piano lesson. How To Begin Teaching Piano in Groups […]

What About the “Slow” Student?

What About the “Slow” Student?

Posted on Mar 12, 2015 in Classroom management, Logistics

Many teachers interested in teaching piano to a group of students worry about all students progressing at the same tempo. Do elementary classroom teachers worry about this? Are ballet teachers concerned about their dancers progressing at the same rate? Have you noticed how some parents talk about group piano lessons as having nothing in common […]