Resources for Piano Teachers of Early Childhood Music Education

September 16, 2009 at 1:14 pm | Posted in Music Teachers Resources | 1 Comment

Are you a music teacher who teaches and handles a class of toddlers? Are you looking for more innovative and useful resources for piano teachers appropriate to your specific learners? Well, read on and learn how to effectively enhance discussions, disseminate messages and give instructions to these young children.

It is true that teaching music among toddlers or children aged two to five is more challenging than teaching usual school-aged learners. These toddlers and kids are quite uncontrollable and unmanageable; they can be so extreme, well-behaved for quiet sometime, silent and obedient while being so hyper after a while. Today’s generation has been quite different as to be compared to the previous ones; the behavior of today’s children seems to be unpredictable. Such might have been brought up by many factors that have made great influences on their actions, perceptions and attitudes toward different things around them.

With this, a greater responsibility and a vital role have been put unto the shoulders of the toddlers’ parents, guardians, caregivers, nannies and even teachers. According to recent studies, it is recommended that the child, at a very young age, is sent to a school, a private music studio or a learning center where he or she can play, listen to music, learn arts and sports, as well as interact and socialize with other kids of his or her age. This process of redefining education among infants and toddlers enables the child to acquire new things and advance his skills which he or she truly needs to meet proper nourishment, growth and development.

From a few reliable music teachers’ websites, you can learn and download several resources for piano teachers that have been practiced by many music teachers around the globe for further enhancement of music education. Such music teachers’ resources come from first-hand sources, who personally use and apply these strategies:

* Integrate technology into your teaching methods. The use of online technology is now being promoted to be included in lesson planning and preparation. Music teachers can use a software or a program that can aid them in making their classes more appealing to kids, motivating them to learn, adopt and participate attentively.

* Piano lessons help preserve and develop children’s natural creative abilities; so, challenging your young students to perform and do a more difficult and complex activities can heighten and perfect their natural learning processes at an early age. Through these sessions, children are programmed to learn and understand music both as a language and as an art.

* Piano lessons also teach children how to stay focused and achieve their academic goals. Remember that each new piece that he learns requires particular sets of skills and playing habits. With this, a student thinks creatively as he decides to learn and love music on his own.

Early childhood music education caters to teaching toddlers, who are young children at the age of learning to walk and in between infancy and childhood. Toddling usually begins between age 12 and 24 months; thus, during this developmental stage, the child also learns a great deal about social roles, improves motor skills, and first starts to use language – appreciating his or her environment. So, take advantage of the innovative resources for piano teachers available online and move your teaching strategies to the next level.

More resources for piano teachers may be found on this music teacher website. – Earl Marsden

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  1. The article so written above good tips to me and it will also helpful to other.

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