Whether you approach the KonMarie method as an active participant, or view it more like a spectator sport (thanks, Netflix!), here’s a list of things to start you off with clearing out any studio clutter. Continue reading 10 THINGS TO KONMARI FROM THE TEACHING STUDIO
It’s the start of a new teaching year here in Australia, so I’m taking some time to get organised and plan out the year ahead. And while it may not be the start of a new teaching year for you, there’s no time like the present to think ahead about what you might like to achieve with your teaching. And of course, tick a few things off the organisational to do list while you’re at it! Continue reading Back to teaching checklist
The time has come where you feel like you (kind of) know what you are doing. Or someone has approached you and asked for lessons. Or your teacher has suggested you take on some beginners they can’t fit in. Either way, congratulations- you are about to start teaching the harp!
Quite possibly, you’re feeling a bit of a mix of emotions at the moment- excited, nervous, and perhaps a little confused and overwhelmed about exactly how to start. So here are some top tips to help you with your new career. Continue reading Top tips for starting your harp studio
Teaching these days is full on. Increase your student numbers, and immediately the admin increases along with it. And if you are balancing playing at a professional level with private or school based teaching, then it is all too easy to end up overwhelmed. So what’s out there in the wonderful world of business management that can help make life a little easier? Continue reading Business tools for busy music teachers
Around the world, you can almost hear the collective sighs of exhausted relief as teachers stumble towards holidays. In the northern hemisphere, it’s the long summer break, while in the south we shiver towards the winter recess. But it matters not if the weather out there is frightful or delightful, there is no time like the present to take stock of your time and teaching. Continue reading 3 Questions to help you be a better harp teacher