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Group Piano Teaching: What am I Missing? (MTNA 2019 Handout)

MTNA 2019 Showcase - Group Piano Teaching: What am I Missing? Discover three frequently overlooked components of group piano teaching that are key to student success in an accelerated curriculum. Choose the right materials to ensure that these crucial elements are learned at the right time. View / Print Session Handout

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Multimedia and Holistic Curriculum

Holistic + Multimedia = Success In Your Piano Studio Teaching is like a kaleidoscope. Each time we look, something in our students has shifted. As they grow and change, so do their learning needs. It is easy to miss what they need at a particular time. What is the missing link that will keep them engaged and flourishing? Even for the best teachers, it [...]

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Tap into Students’ Inner Gifts for a Deeper Musical Experience

Every student has inner musical gifts that we, as teachers, strive to locate and help give voice to. Some of our students love the classical repertoire and look forward to the day when they are ready to play Beethoven's Pathétique Sonata. Others look forward to the day that they can play keyboards with the praise band of their church. Still others are budding songwriters that hope that their song is [...]

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Welcome to the eNovativePiano Blog!

Welcome to the eNovativePiano Blog! If you are are already teaching or learning with eNovativePiano's multimedia resources and lessons, we hope to inspire you with new ways to use our materials. If you are unfamiliar with eNP, we hope that you will enjoy learning about the benefits of an online curriculum. We'll be posting on a variety of topics about teaching and learning and will [...]

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Susanna Garcia has been teaching piano for over 40 years to students of every age and level. She has been an independent music teacher as well as a college professor and has taught in both the group and private lesson formats. Continue reading about Susanna Garcia…


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Chan Kiat Lim is active both as a private and group instructor. Grounded in the curriculum of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), London and eventually receiving his conservatory training in the USA, Lim’s particular expertise and teaching approach is the fusion of these diverse musical worlds. Continue reading about Chan Kiat Lim…

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