Tag Archives: Organization

Assignment Sheet Dilemma

It all started a few years ago when I attended a Coffee Party organized by one of our local Piano Teachers’ Associations. We were introduced to a whole “new” way of organizing and planning lessons – all very helpful and … Continue reading

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Student Binders

Lessons started a week ago – YAY! I give every student a 1-inch white binder without a number of sections. This is where I write the assignment for the week, as well as provide them with a technical requirements for … Continue reading

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Fall Organization: My Teacher Binder

To keep track of details of each student, I have a large binder that sits on my desk. I have each student’s name written on a divider, organized by when they come for the lesson throughout the week.  In each … Continue reading

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Fall Organization: This year’s roster

Last year I had what I called an Unbalanced Studio – a large number of students at either end of the spectrum (Beginners and Advanced).  This year things are slightly more spread out:

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Fall Organization: The Sight Reading Box

It’s been a long, full summer, and it’s not quite over yet. Next week lessons start again, so I’m in the process of organizing music and materials and plans. I shudder when I think of how many years I taught … Continue reading

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