I absolutely love watching Julie Knerr teach and have learned a lot from her about teaching young students over the last 5 years. It’s a lot of work making the videos she does, but what a wonderful contribution to the profession! Here’s her most recent video with a student in their first lesson.
Part of my nightly routine and kitchen clean-up always include giving the sink a thorough wipe down. I’ve never gone as far as this lady recommends but last week I cleaned my sink step-by-step as per her instructions and wow, it sure turned out shiny! Spraying Windex all over the sink and wiping it completely dry was the step I was missing. I can’t say I’ll be so diligent every night but I do like a clean sink…
A unique take on creating a composition. A group composition, that is! | TimTopham.com
In group class this week, my students were talking about hashtags and sharps. Funnily enough, I had just come across this fun comparison image hashtags vs. sharps vs. tic-tac-toe shared by Sara on Sarasmusicstudio.com. It’s now on my bulletin board!
Yummy Paleo-friendly meatballs. Serve with quinoa, rice, or on a bed of arugula. Tip: Make sure the shrimp is really good and minced.
5 Printables to Stick to the Top of Your Piano Students Music. | Teach Piano Today.
Jennifer Foxx has a very informative post on the new iOS 11 update and how to find out what apps you have that will be affected. She has over 200 apps that won’t work – I’m feeling pretty lucky with only 14. Find out the details.
Once we move into our new house, I would love to start a once-a-month dinner club. Who wants to come? 🙂