What Does it Take to Teach Your Own Child the Piano?
Free training to find out if you have what it takes to teach your own child the piano
This mini course is for the parent who wants to know what is involved when it comes to teaching your own children the piano. We look at some of the challenges along with some really good reasons why it is not only possible but could be a wonderful experience for you and your family.
I'm the business owner of Accent Music School which I run from our home here in NZ. I hold a music degree from the University of Canterbury, majoring in composition. My husband Robin and I have 3 adult children. For some of their school years they were home schooled and all of them had piano lessons with me from the outset. There was limited access to music tuition where we lived, so I taught them, following the example of my own mother. Having been taught by one of my own parents and going on to teaching my own children has given me a good understanding of what is involved in where to start when there is no other music teacher available. In over 30 years of music teaching I have taught classroom music, orchestral groups (often composing music for them), written a piano curriculum, and tutored many individuals on piano and stringed instruments. One of my greatest delights is to give beginners the best possible start on their musical journey and this is why I have produced my own curriculum - Headstart Piano.
I hope you enjoyed this free course.
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If you want to learn more in this whole area of teaching your own child (or grandchild) the piano, have a look and see if my other course "How to Teach your Child the Piano like a Pro" is right for you. You can click on the front page here to see the course curriculum and FAQs to help you decide.