The Dynamic Studio

How To Keep Students, Dazzle Parents, And Build The Music Studio Everyone Wants To Get Into.Practice Revolution Author Philip Johnston Looks At 93 Different Elements Of Traditional Music Teaching That Are Desperately In Need Of An Update For Today S Students.From Motivation Systems To Resourcing, Repertoire Selection To To The Practice Treadmill, Unconventional Scheduling To Simply How To Make A Studio Fun, The Dynamic Studio Is Another Explosion Of Ideas From The World S Best Known Writer On Music Teaching.Find Out At Or See Tours Of All Of Philip Johnston S Books At His Main Site At Dynamic Studio

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✅ The Dynamic Studio  pdf ✈ Author Philip A. Johnston –
  • Kindle Edition
  • 288 pages
  • The Dynamic Studio
  • Philip A. Johnston
  • English
  • 06 May 2018
  • 9780958190558

10 thoughts on “The Dynamic Studio

  1. says:

    Notes The kids today are students for whom traditional music lessons are too structured, too gradual, too slow to be a long term option We cannot continue to teach the same way were taught, because the student we re working with are not simply contemporary versions of what we once were 9 The consequences of replication is to create a studio that is essentially static 10 Preserving what has gone before doesn t make sense when the old approach is not working with new students It s YOUR studio YOU decide what happens You re not a slave to tradition, or a studio policy, or what others teach do or have been doing for the past decades 13 Start assembling YouTube playlists of the best theory explanations you ve found online, so students can effectively cover it themselves 16 Seamlessly integrate it with your student s instrumental studies Have every month sponsored by a different theory topic use with newsletter ex March is about Key Signatures, April is about Intervals, etc 17 Make 10 minutes of theory an elective, for those who actively choose a theory supplement to their lessonWhat drives practice sessions are the verbs You re looking for words like prepare and polish learn and speed up These verbs inform what music students do Send students home each week with a limited pool of verbs, and you re setting them up for repetitive grinding practice 29 Have students record a note perfect but half speed version of a section and then email it before the lesson Every fresh verb w...

  2. says:

    It s a different day As we recognize the times they are a changin So is our fresh approach to piano teaching The author captures the vision perfectly here Get a breakthrough on the old, static way we do things to springing forward to having a dynamic studio When this goal grabs ahold of you, engaging students will bec...

  3. says:

    A must read for any studio owner music, dance, etc.

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