Monthly Archives: July 2014

Turn the ears on, and the autopilot off!

Weekly Teaching Tip – July 28, 2014 by Rocio Guitard When you have a lot of long term students it is all too easy to get into autopilot mode. You know the drill, you know what you’re trying to fix … Continue reading

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Mirror Neurons and Teaching Voice

Weekly Teaching Tip – July 20, 2014 by Mark Baxter Mirror, mirror, on the wall – who are the greatest teachers of them all? I’m sure a name or two just popped into your mind, but no matter who you … Continue reading

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Why They Call Them Up

Weekly Teaching Tip July 14, 2014 by Agata Pisko I have always asked myself why I spend so much time to get there. To get to this little cafe in the city centre. There are so many cafes near the … Continue reading

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Be the calming influence you wish your students to feel

Weekly Teaching Tip – July 7, 2014 by Aimee Geddes Several years ago I noticed that some of my students were quite hyper. Sometimes a student will come into my studio completely flustered. Maybe they are having a stressful day, … Continue reading

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