Amanda has been teaching private piano lessons for 15 years. She plays piano, keyboard, and organ, and has worked in church music for 17 years. Amanda received a B.A. in music from Eastern University. She has written and recorded music that is available on iTunes and amazon.com, and writes CD reviews for Worship Leader Magazine. She is the author of "Clef Hangers," a book of devotions for worship teams.
Amanda's goal as a piano teacher is to share a love of music with her students. She uses innovative teaching methods, enjoyable materials, and liberal amounts of positive reinforcement to help her students love the piano.
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- Summer Performance Opportunities
- Select the Right Piano Teaching Method
- Keeping current students.
- Improving communication in the private music studio.
- Welcoming new students to your music studio.
- Performing opportunities for music students.
- Protecting your rep.
- Music lessons and the student with developmental delays.
- Practice Incentives
- Scheduling in your music studio
- Starting Your Studio
- Top Ten Clues Your Student Hasn’t Practiced
- Creating Lesson Plans
- Teaching Studio Mistakes You Should Never Make
- Stepping Up Your Studio.
- Got Facebook? A guide to social networking for your music studio.
- Amanda and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Day.*
- Inspiring Students to Practice
- Making Your Presence Known…. on the World Wide Web
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