054 TSP The Twinkle Project

What goes on behind the curtain at Teach Suzuki? What does the life of a blogger and podcaster look like?

In this episode, I take my listeners back stage and show them what it is like to produce a podcast or write a blog. I explain the issues that face teachers and other professionals in the creative arena. By sharing this interesting information, I hope to explain how things work and how listeners and readers can help to support the individuals who create and produce the many resources that we all find useful.

I share information about two short movies that I created about the new book, The Twinkle Project. You will enjoy these short videos, which explain more about why I wrote the book and what the book is about. Here are the links to those two videos:

Why Did I Write This Book? (video)

The Twinkle Project: What’s the Book About?

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And if you would like more information about The Twinkle Project, visit here.

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 paula@teachsuzuki.com. 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: Teach Suzuki Blog.

Until next time,

Happy Practicing!

—– Paula —–

© 2017 by Paula E. Bird

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Author: Paula Bird

I am a professional violinist, university teacher, and private instructor with training in the Suzuki Method of Talent Education. I have decades of experience as a teacher and am willing to share my knowledge with parents and teachers of children who are learning music using the Suzuki Method.

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