Hopefully this issue will answer at least a few of those questions. Michelle Sisler (on our cover) takes a look at many of the options available to use both in lessons and in the running of her studio in her article The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones. She also shares about MusicEdConnect.com, the online conference she started last year. Be sure to get all the details elsewhere in this issue (and look for a discount code to this year’s conference!)
Notes with Nick By Nick Ambrosino and Let’s Play! Help Your Students Improvise By Michael Katz
Then Nick Ambrosino is back with more advice and Michael Katz has some more fun improv activities you can do with your students.
Teacher's Guideline - how to Use Piano Maestro with Your Students
Did you hear that Piano Maestro, the app getting rave reviews from teachers everywhere, is now free to teachers and their students? If you haven't looked at this app, or if you have thought about if but just didn't know how to get started, be sure to read Linda Christensen’s article Teacher’s Guide - How to Use Piano Maestro with Students.
Is Daylight Savings Costing You Money?
Technology has opened the world to teachers who are willing to go online with their lessons. Sarah Lyngra makes an important point as to the necessity of being aware of time zones (and when there are changes) in Is Daylight Savings Costing You Money? Whether you are actively teaching online, or have just toyed with the idea, this article is worth reading.
App Review : HanonPlus
Finally, read about HanonPlus in our app review this month. This is an app that goes hand in hand with the ideas Michael Katz shares this month.