Who says private lessons have to be lonely lessons? With YouTube and a little creativity, the private lesson can become a great social experience for young students. When students are working on a common goal like learning scales or a certain number of songs each month, etc., they can record quick update/challenge videos to their piano friends. I’ve been doing this with my younger students the past few weeks, and they are getting a kick out of it! They look forward to watching the messages they received from other students and then recording a new message at the end of their lesson. As you can see from the video, the students have really picked up speed in learning their scales for the scales challenge.
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2 thoughts on “Adding Some Social To Private Piano Lessons”
Oh my gosh your student is ADORABLE! What a lovely idea!
He is only 5 years old and he has learned more scales than everybody else including the big kids! Believe me, he is enjoying all the attention this is getting him! Thanks for watching.