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music curriculum

Carol’s Students Learn Faster and Have More Fun With Color

Though she had already been working with young music students, Carol found that it was often...

My interview about the Musicolor Method on Tim Topham's podcast

I was recently interviewed on the influential  Creative Piano Teacher   podcast  with  Tim Topham.

What Happens When You Ask A Preschooler If They Can Do Anything

Ask a preschooler and see what happens.

Imagine this scenario.

You walk into a preschool classroom...

How To Be A Better Music Teacher Part 3

So in my last two posts, we've discussed some ideas for becoming a better music teacher.

In the...

How To Be A Better Music Teacher Part 2

Ever tried to interview and hire a music teacher?

Recently, I combed through hundreds of resumes...

How To Know If Your Child's Music Lessons Are Backwards?

The Joy of Music

One of the best parts of my job as a music teacher is witnessing the pure joy that...

The Power of Personalizing Songs For Young Students

In a lesson this morning, I was showing 4 year old B to play a simple song, a variation on Brother...

How I Developed The Musicolor Method®

How a stay-at-home Dad stumbled across a new way of teaching music.

The story of how I developed...

How To Make Practicing Fun For Your Music Students

 

Our Webinar Was A Success

We had our first webinar today on Friday, September 4, 2015.  There were some great questions and I...