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What is the best mindset for music educators?

May 7, 2016 8:00:30 AM / by Andrew Ingkavet posted in benefits of music instruction, best mindset, future, growth mindset, teaching music kids, thinking, importance of music education. music education, Mindset, music for children, music instruction, music lessons, benefits, fixed mindset, mindsets, old vs new, paradigm, private music teachers, progressive, change vs tradition, music teachers, teaching music to children


True or False: There is usually only one right way to do something.

Try to answer that quickly and without much thought. Which are you? I’ll get to why in a second.

I just returned from my fourth trip to Colombia, South America, where my wife has a very large and loving family - what a beautiful, magical country! It was a nice break and it gave me a lot of time for reflection, meditation, and reading. It gave me the mental space to get curious again about things I had forgotten about. One of these things was how I’ve noticed the shifting attitudes on music education.

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