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MusicProfessor

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Corey Fleeman

on 26 August 2013

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Transcript of MusicProfessor

MusicProfessor
Online Music Lessons
An interactive guide through the MusicProfessor user experience
www.MusicProfessor.com
MusicProf Wiki
Private music lessons
when they are:

Unavailable
Unaffordable
-or both
A Ginormous
online library:

500 hrs of content
Over 3,000 videos
....and counting
The Age of
Connectivity

Your students
are wired
Quality instruction
from exceptional
instructors
Created by private
lesson teachers
and college professors
Curriculum
An idiomatic approach...
A vast, searchable
library of fingerings,
scales, rhythms,
you name it!
....with a linear
presentation
+ Auxiliary courses:

Music Theory
Conducting
MusicProfessor.com
Metrics
Interaction
In/Out of
the Classroom
24/7 Access
Flipping the Classroom
Under
Development
Cost
Badges
More:
comprehensive
metrics
As always,
more curriculum
Video and Audio
Recording
MusicProfessor APP
Two Pricing Options
How much are you
paying for clinicians
and/or private
lesson subsidies?
We'll be with your
students from Day 1
through graduation
MusicProfessor = Artistic
MusicProfessor ≠ Scientific
Band Methods =
Trumpet Methods
Class II and I Solos
Percussion

Strings
Choral

Marching Fundamentals
AP Theory
Alexander Technique
Advanced Conducting
Jazz
Mariachi
Coming Soon:
MusicProfessor
v 2.0
Curriculum
Arrangement
The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction online, outside the band hall, and moving 'practice' into the classroom.
Students watch lectures at home at their own pace, communicating with peers and teachers via online discussion.
Concept engagement takes place in the classroom with the help of the instructor.
-or- Utilize MusicProfessor curriculum as an additional instructor in the classroom.
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