Navigating a teacher’s role in summer study.
Finding common ground when a student’s path differs from your own.
How to help your high school students select a college harp program.
Using the summer downtime to rethink your teaching studio policies and goals.
Changing gears for summer study.
Taking the good with the bad.
Finding ways to work musicianship training into your lessons.
Lead by example when the busy holiday season hits your teaching studio.
Get off to a fresh start for fall and keep the energy going all year long.
Get your studio policies in place before the new school year begins.
What to do when there never seems to be enough time for everything in a lesson. —by Anne Sullivan
Anne Sullivan shares her strategies for handling the student who never practices. —by Anne Sullivan
In the first installment of this new column, Anne Sullivan helps find solutions to their most puzzling situations with students. —by Anne Sullivan