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Practical Psychology for Piano Teachers

Building motivation and encouraging practice by meeting the student where they are.
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John Holcroft

on 19 March 2015

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Transcript of Practical Psychology for Piano Teachers

fiona.lau@yohondo.com
john.holcroft@yohondo.com
Fiona Lau
John Holcroft
The key is
Oliver
30 Piece Challenge
Alison
Reward
Competition
Social
Technology
Alice & Abby
Points mean prizes
Weekly Points
+1 for 5 days of practice.
+1 per page of pieces learned
+1 per warm-up or technique exercises learned
+1 per set of theory exercises completed
Bonus Points
+2 for each piece memorized
+1 for more than 5 days practiced
+1 for completing a listening sheet
+1 for playing a scale accurately 2 ways
+2 for 4 different ways
Super Bonus Points
+5 for attending a classical musical performance (recital, concert, etc.)
+5 for completing a book
+5 for participating in a performance
Not fair
Visible results
Elements of motivation
Luke
Motivation
Music
Unleashed the competitive spirit
Sight reading without 'sight reading'
Tremendous progress
Practice habit
Student
case studies
Home
School
The magic of charts
Technology
Grade Preparation
scales
sight
reading
aural
pieces
slow down
break it down
sound in mind
goal-oriented
practice
2 - 4 terms
?
3 pieces
motivation
Visible results
Reward
Competition
Social
Effective Practice
Arietta
Minuet in G
Impertinence
Minuet in C
Cantabile
Lullaby
Moody Prawn Blues
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Thank You
Please join our mailing list
Why?
Also wanted to reward:
practice (building the habit)
scales/technique
theory
listening
performance
Home
social
benefit of practice obvious
competitive
from 4dpianoteaching.com
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