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Teaching in Schools
Teaching Piano in Schools Some musical instrument teachers are employed by the local education department and work as peripatetic teachers. I decided not to do this, but instead, restricted myself to teaching in our local primary school. If you decide … Continue reading
Teaching Yourself to Play the Piano (Unlike the majority of this website, the following advice is aimed mainly at piano learners, rather than teachers). I could sum up this article in three words: “Don’t do it!” I suppose it’s pretty … Continue reading
Getting to Know Your Pupil
Getting to Know Your Piano Pupil One of the best things about a piano lesson – aside from the fact that it entails passing on a useful and extremely enjoyable skill – is that it is an – often rare … Continue reading
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Rules for Piano Teachers
Piano Teachers’ Rules: Working Hours, Pupil Numbers, Fees and Cancellations Without some sort of ‘rules’ your life as a piano teacher will become chaotic and you’ll struggle to make a consistent income. Limit your Teaching Hours If you don’t limit … Continue reading
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Do You Have What It Takes?
Do You Have What It Takes To Teach Piano? So what made you think of teaching piano? Maybe you’re a music teacher in a school and would like the opportunity to do some out-of-hours teaching and earn a bit of … Continue reading