Posts tagged Group Lessons
Group Teaching Tools I Can't Live Without: Part 2

Have you noticed that group piano teaching is a hot topic among piano teachers right now?

Many teachers are trying out group lessons or are moving their studios to a group lesson model.

Preparing for group lessons looks very different than preparing for private lessons, and it's important to have the right tools when you are getting ready to work with groups.

In today’s post, I’m departing from our usual topic of studio websites to share more of my favorite group teaching resources with you.

You'll also learn how I am able to invest in high-quality resources and tools for my studio.

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Group Teaching Tools I Can't Live Without: Part 1

Have you noticed that group piano teaching is taking the pedagogy world by storm?

Many teachers are beginning to introduce group piano programs to their studios, and group lessons are proving to be deeply rewarding for teachers, students, and families.

I’ve taught group piano for two years now, and in that time I’ve found some incredible resources that have helped me to be successful as a group teacher.

In today’s post (and another coming in a few days), I’m departing from our usual topic of studio websites to share my favorite group teaching resources with you.

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Want to Grow a Group Lesson Program? Use Your Website!

Do you offer group lessons in your studio?

Do you want to move to group lessons but are afraid of losing current students?

Are you worried about how to get new students to fill your group lesson program?

Group lessons are a huge trend in music studios right now, and for good reason. Many teachers find teaching in groups to be deeply rewarding for both themselves and their students.

However, making big changes in your studio can be nerve-wracking, as your studio families aren’t always as eager for group lessons as you are.

This post will show you how to use your website to help achieve your group lesson goals.

You’ll learn how to leverage your website to showcase your group lessons and attract new families to your studio. You’ll also learn how to use your website to demonstrate the enormous benefits of group lessons to your current families.

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