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Remembering String Workshop 2016

April 09, 2017 4:51 PM | Anonymous

Last summer SMAC-SDB hosted Masterclasses and a Parent Talk with violinist, Edmund Sprunger, as well as Masterclasses with cellist, Tanya Carey.  Many great ideas were gained by participating students, parents, and teachers.  These are some ideas that were highlights for one Suzuki parent.

Masterclass
When teaching a new technique/strategy, asking the child to explain it back will ensure whether the child has learned the technique/strategy.

Parent Talk
There are four stages for developing independence.

  • For the Child
  • With the Child
  • Watching the Child
  • Separating/understanding the child is not a part of us

Independence and ownership of the art form will come with:

  • Structured practice
  • Not reflecting the distress/frustration back to the child when they are frustrated
  • Considering/understanding the child is a different person
  • Knowing when and how much to push the child
  • Parent does not consider/approach going to lessons or practicing as a chore

 

Comments

  • April 26, 2017 9:54 PM | Anonymous
    It was so exciting to see both of these master teachers working with students in our city. I look forward to the next event!
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