Practical Piano Pedagogy The Definitive Text for Piano Teachers and Pedagogy Students, Book and CD-ROM

ISBN-10: 0757922201
ISBN-13: 9780757922206
Edition: 2004
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Description: Practical Piano Pedagogy by Dr. Martha Baker-Jordan is a comprehensive 468-page pedagogy text for ALL piano teachers including those future teachers who are currently enrolled in pedagogy courses in colleges and universities. This definitive  More...

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Book details

List price: $49.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/1/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 456
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.080
Language: English

Practical Piano Pedagogy by Dr. Martha Baker-Jordan is a comprehensive 468-page pedagogy text for ALL piano teachers including those future teachers who are currently enrolled in pedagogy courses in colleges and universities. This definitive pedagogy text will teach readers how to use any teaching materials in a better, more organized, and pedagogically sound way. Included with the textbook is a CD-ROM for Mac or PC, which enables teachers to adapt and personalize more than 40 forms for use in their teaching studios. Informative chapters on the business of piano teaching, learning styles, methods and materials, technology, jazz in the traditional lesson, motivation, and teaching tips make this text indispensable for not only aspiring teachers but also for more experienced ones who desire to improve and enhance their teaching.

Prefacep. III
Introductionp. IX
In the Beginning: Preparing to Teach
It Takes 3 or 4p. 1
Parent, student, and teacher roles and how they relate
Strategies for developing good relationships
The Piano Studio Environmentp. 9
Pianos, electronic instruments, computers, and other teaching aids
Ideas for creating a motivating and inviting environment
The Business of Piano Teachingp. 17
Making it a business, not a hobby
What it takes to be an organized, professional, and efficient teacher
The many materials it takes to have a successful business
Tuition: Being Paid What You Are Worthp. 51
Strategies for Acquiring Studentsp. 63
In the Present: Teaching Elementary and Intermediate Students
How Students Learnp. 73
A brief introduction to learning theories
Now You Have Them--What Do You Do?p. 83
The importance of teaching plans and structured assignments
How to construct effective teaching plans
Technical Tips for the Right Startp. 99
It all begins with the hand shape
Realistic Practice Goals: How to Achieve Themp. 113
What constitutes realistic and effective practice
Performance Procedures and Goalsp. 121
The Transfer Studentp. 127
Repairing the "re-tread"
Staying in Tune With Learning Styles: Matching Your Teaching to Learnersp. 149
Guest chapter
Methods and Materialsp. 167
A comprehensive review of leading piano teaching methods and materials
Suggestions for matching materials with students' learning styles
Technology in Your Studiop. 207
Guest chapter
The "Black Hole" of Piano Teaching: Why Does It Exist?p. 241
The causes and effects of "the black hole" Solutions and remedies
A "Grab Bag" of Ideas for All Levels of Teaching
Solving Difficult Problemsp. 253
Guest chapter
Group Teachingp. 269
The Classical Teacher's Guide to Incorporating Jazz Techniques into the Piano Lessonp. 291
Guest chapter
M. O. (Method of Operation) for Motivationp. 319
What do you, the teacher, want? Getting it!
Teaching Articles by Baker-Jordanp. 349
Tips for the Traveling Teacher
How to Teach the Dotted Quarter Followed by the Eighth
How Do You Integrate Composition and Reading?
How Do Your Students Practice to Maintain Contest and Recital Repertoire?
Aspects of Teaching Rhythm That Are the Most Difficult for Intern Pedagogy Students
Indexp. 365
Appendixp. 371
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