the piano teacher’s guide to student misbehavior

Most musicians teach young students at some point in their lives, if not throughout their careers, and it’s certainly one of the best ways to make a positive and direct impact on a child’s life. But don’t let anyone tell you it’s easy money! Teaching children requires you to navigate an endless array of emotions and learning styles, and requires the patience to understand where a student (particularly a misbehaving one) is coming from, so that you can guide them to the place where they are ready and able to learn. That’s why I was so happy to stumble across this list of ideas for dealing with misbehaving students, and hopefully they will help some of you too.

Read “The Piano Teacher’s Guide to Student Misbehavior” here.

How do you deal with difficult students?

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