HERE ARE MY TOOLS
Making Scales Fun, Relevant and to Deepen Understanding
Planning effective lessons: 3 Keys to a Comprehensive Piano Lesson Plan
- Using backing beats/tracks
- Playing a tonic/dominant vamp and teaching students how to do the same
- Get kids listening to, and singing, basslines and then trying to play the notes & form a chord progression
For scale backing tracks, chording, improv:
- Best iPad Apps for Piano Teachers (Ultimate Guide)
- Super Metronome GrooveBox Pro
4 Chord Composing
I’ll be releasing a full video course about how I teach “4-Chord Composing” in August 2017.
If you’ve accessed these resources, you’ll now be on my email list and I’ll let you know when we launch the course with a webinar in late August.
In the meantime, check out My 10 Week Chord Teaching Demo (click to open):
- G Major Music Theory (free easy sheet music downloads)
- Hymns are a great way for students to understand chordal harmony, lead sheets and sight reading. Here are two resources for free hymn lead sheets that I like: Free Hymn Sheets and Jan Wolters.
Grab my “Elements and Activities” worksheet and find out how to use it thru this podcast: CPTP081: 3 Steps to the Effective Teaching of any Piano Piece [Worksheet Download]
Don’t Forget Your Membership
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I also hope that you’ll consider joining 400 of your teaching friends from around the world as a member of my Inner Circle Piano Teaching Community where I can continue to support you in this kind of teaching.
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Looking forward to seeing you online soon,