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Perspectives: Why I love teaching learning-challenged children

As a piano teacher, I love working with students who catch on to new concepts quickly, who are respectful and obedient, who are able to give polished performances, and who progress rapidly. Yet, over my two-and-a-half decades of teaching piano lessons, I feel my biggest success stories are students who did not do any of these things. My biggest suc...
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We know that some students are kinesthetic in the way they learn, while others are more aural or visual...

from the series: Putting It All Together: Repertoire & Performance We know that some students are kinesthetic in the way they learn, while others are more aural or visual ... How would you teach the same piece of music to students with different learning styles? Nancy Bachus, Editor I have found it interesting to read articles ab...
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