Keeping Everyone Involved in Group Lessons

This article deals with one of the problems that, for many teachers, is the most challenging: how do we keep everyone involved while at the same time, giving due attention to the problems of individuals? You will find several solutions and discover why this calculation is correct! . Group Instrumental Teaching III – Keeping Everyone Involved

Keeping Everyone Involved in Group Lessons

This article deals with one of the problems that, for many teachers, is the most challenging: how do we keep everyone involved while at the same time, giving due attention to the problems of individuals. You will find solutions and discover why this ‘equation’ is correct! . Group Instrumental Teaching III – Keeping Everyone Involved

More on Group Instrumental Teaching

It seems that the recent post and article in defense of group teaching has struck a chord with quite a few readers. However, whilst they did their job in defending the practice of group teaching they didn’t offer too many solutions to the challenges that teachers, especially those new to the situation, can face.

Alternatives to teaching notation early on

Following on from Let’s Make Music…  the article Demonstration, Imitation, Improvisation then Notation,  suggests some alternative ways of getting your students to play musically from the start – without getting tied up reading notation. It goes on to suggest ways of introducing notation when the time is right. A ‘part two’ to this article will be…