Rethinking disABILITIES and Music Education

Recorded at the 2019 National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy. July 25, 2019.
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What I've Learned from 150 Podcast Episodes… and Counting

"...as I was teaching, if I could find a song that the student brought to me or that the student was interested in, I always felt like that song was going to bump them up a year's time because they're going to put love into that and they're going to put extra time into that. I think that's a big advantage. Maybe just give yourself permission to not...
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2019 NCKP Preconference Highlights

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NCKP has eleven subcommittees, comprised of leaders in each of the following subcommittee areas: collaborative performance, collegiate pedagogy teaching, creative music making, inclusive teaching, independent music teachers, music in early childhood, research, students and young professionals, teaching adults, technology, and wellness. Over seventy...
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The Future of Piano Teaching - Flipping the Music Studio: Ideas for using YouTube in your Teaching

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Editor's note: In the November/December 2014 issue, Clavier Companion launched a series of articles addressing the future of piano teaching. The following article is part of that series, which will continue in future issues. At the recent National Conference on Keyboard Pedagogy, I opened my session by asking if anyone used YouTube. Everyone r...
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Music and the Brain 101

For many musicians, recurring performance anxiety can erode self-confidence, cause less than optimal performances, and ultimately have a damaging impact on one's career. Although we experience performance anxiety for a number of reasons, the fear that often looms the largest is that of having a memory failure. Neuroscientists have made significant ...
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