Monthly Archives: September 2013

Healing Voices

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 30, 2013 by Mary Ann Kehler This morning, I was with a student while she was scoped as a follow up to surgery to remove a vocal fold nodule.   (All nodules are ugly; this … Continue reading

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Keep Teaching!

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 23, 2013 by Leigh McRae Today as I write this I just got off the phone with Seth Riggs. It is in fact his 83rd birthday and I called him to say hello and extend … Continue reading

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Recognizing when your student needs a Medical Professional

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 16, 2013 Changes in the voice mean something…..but what?? Don’t guess Misdiagnosis of voice problems is common. Patients/students may be sent to us with the  wrong diagnosis Patients /Students may be  sent to us from … Continue reading

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Helping Students who Don’t get the Part

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 9, 2013 by Aimee Geddes This last week I have been running auditions for a High School musical. They are doing Guys and Dolls, and I had been teaching 7 students from the school. Some … Continue reading

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Help Your Students Less to Help Them More

Weekly Teaching Tip – Sep. 2, 2013 By Dean Kaelin On numerous occasions I have had teachers express concern that they would never be able to become a great teacher because they can’t play the piano like I do. I … Continue reading

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