Are you a piano teacher with a budding desire to write? Do you have a knack for sharing useful resources and explaining complex topics? Have you considered starting your own blog?
Whether you're already a published author or are just looking to share some cool piano teaching ideas with the world, I'm interested to hear from you.
At dev.topmusic.co, I've worked hard over the last four years to bring readers high-quality content that is relevant, concise and immediately useful for teachers. Unfortunately, there is only so much I can do, particularly as I build more online training courses and interactive blog content.
I'd now like to recruit other like-minded, creative and articulate guest writers who are passionate about all topics piano-related, and who are keen to help others by sharing their ideas and knowledge with the rapidly-growing dev.topmusic.co community.
Join the the preeminent professional development, learning and networking community for instrumental music teachers.
Benefits of writing for dev.topmusic.co
- Gain great exposure for your writing from a rapidly-growing audience of dedicated teachers.
- Create dialogue with dedicated teachers interested in online content that will help in their studios.
- Feature your photo, bio, links to social media and your own blog/website at the end of each article.
- Help improve the lives of piano teachers and their students around the world.
The main aim of the blog is, and has always been, to help teachers improve their teaching. It's the only reason I started writing back in 2010 and it's the reason I continue to spend hours at the computer every week.
I know that piano teaching is an often isolating and emotionally draining career which leaves little time for personal and professional development. This is why short, succinct articles, teaching videos and links to resources on dev.topmusic.co have been so helpful for time-constrained teachers.
Piano teaching can be an isolating experience. Get connected via https://dev.topmusic.co @timjtopham
If you have a similar attitude and desire to help other piano teachers and their students achieve the best educational results possible, then I'd like to hear from you.
Yup, count me in! What do I do next?
If you are interested in finding out more, please head to our write for us page. I look forward to connecting with you soon.
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