This episode of the Teach Suzuki podcast discusses the role of the parent in the teaching situation and includes stories and advice for teachers and parents about some of the tricky situations that a parent might present in a studio. In addition, the podcast suggests some areas of “parenting” moments for teachers.
In the episode, I mentioned a few resources for further information and help:
Other Helpful Podcast Episodes and Blog Articles:
Episode 21: The Powerful Child (in depth discussion of the choleric personality style)
Episode 33: How Big is Your Why (building a strong sense of purpose and mission to build self confidence to address troublesome behaviors in the studio)
Episode 12: The Million Dollar Lesson (controversial discussion of how to address problem behaviors during lessons)
If you have questions or answers or you would like to comment or leave me a voice mail, you can do so at (512) 537-6356. If you would like to send me an email, you may do so at firstname.lastname@example.org. I welcome comments and questions about this episode and am interested in hearing about the perspective of other parents and teachers.
You may find more information and useful articles on my blog at: http://teachsuzuki.blogspot.com.
Until next time,
—– Paula —–
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