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Teach Music For Smarter Kids

Want Smarter Kids? Teach Music, Not Coding, According to MIT. The latest neuroscience shows that learning a musical instrument increases brain power. CLICK HERE to learn more from Inc.com.

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Maintaining Progress After Missing a Lesson

So, you’ve missed a lesson this week. Lesson cancellations happen. Even when you miss a week with your teacher, it doesn’t have to be a moratorium on your progress. There are myriad ways that you can maintain and even continue

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Online Group Classes vs. Private Lessons

Group classes or private lessons? When learning any artistic craft, working one-on-one with a teacher holds a certain romanticism. Years of knowledge passed from teacher to student in a veritably never ending cycle. It’s kind of poetic, isn’t it?  Though

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Creating Value Through Special Features

What makes a music lesson special, memorable, and effective? What is it that you’re buying- knowledge, experience, or time? We all have different goals and expectations going into music lessons, and considering these questions will ultimately help define our perception

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Technology To Help You Learn And Grow

Education technology (EdTech) has been a rapidly growing industry, with so many startups and software companies building valuable resources to help us learn. From skill-based learning to traditional subjects, technology enhancements have supported new trends in teaching and enabled teachers

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Making the Most of Online Learning

Online music lessons and classes provide convenient opportunities for learning and growth wherever you are. While the online learning experience will be somewhat different than in person, it can be equally as productive and potentially more efficient. Consider these 10

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How Forbes Music Makes Online Lessons Easy

Navigating virtual platforms is becoming a necessity for school, work, and our extracurricular activities. Though it has become commonplace, it can be difficult to remain both stimulated and motivated while interacting virtually, especially if you are looking at screens all

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Continuing Your Music Lessons Online

Continuing Your Music Education: Making Virtual Learning Work for You In an effort to find some normalcy, many of us are turning to virtual platforms to maintain our routines. As our work, school, and community events move into the digital

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Preparing for Virtual Music Lessons

As many of us are moving online to continue fulfilling our work and school obligations, we are seeing that hobbies and special interests have transitioned as well. As private music educators, we are all navigating this digital landscape to the

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