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 New,Transformational Piano Teaching: Mentoring Students from All Walks of Life

  • Author: Polischuk, Derek Kealii

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Contents

  • 1. The Piano Teacher as a Mentor: An Introduction
  • 2. Teaching Gifted Students
  • -What Is Giftedness?
  • -Gifted Students In The Piano Studio
  • -Ability Grouping
  • -Establishing An Effective Learning Environment For Gifted Students
  • -Creating An Effective Emotional Environment For Gifted Students
  • -Supporting Gifted Females
  • 3. Teaching Adult Pianists
  • -Motivation in Adult Pianists
  • -Challenges Faced By Adult Learners
  • -Strategies for Teaching Adult Pianists
  • -The Benefits of Piano Study for Adults
  • 4. Meeting The Needs of the Recreational Student
  • -A History Of Recreational Music Making
  • -Recreational Music Making Research
  • 5. Working With Pianists With Depression
  • -Recognizing Depression
  • -How Common Is Depression In Children
  • -Symptoms Of Childhood Depression
  • -Suicide
  • -What Causes Depression?
  • -Effective And Appropriate Teacher Interventions
  • 6. Working With Pianists With High Functioning Autism
  • -Research In Autism Instruction
  • -Designing Teaching Strategies Based On Research
  • -Applied Behavior Analysis And Discrete Trial Training
  • -TEACCH Method
  • -Wings Mentor Program
  • -Scope and Sequence
  • 7. Working With Pianists with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • -Subcategories of ADHD
  • -Possible causes of ADHD
  • -Symptoms of ADHD
  • -Diagnosing ADHD in Children
  • -Diagnosing ADHD in Adults
  • -Treating ADHD
  • -The Role of Parents and Teachers in the Treatment of ADHD
  • -Helping a Child With ADHD Thrive At Home
  • -Teaching Students With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • -Making Expectations Concise and Clear
  • 8. Teaching Undergraduate Pianists
  • -The Art of Teaching Undergraduates
  • -Strategies For Undergraduate Lectures
  • -Helping Undergraduates Develop Critical Thinking Skills
  • -Opportunities For Active Learning
  • -Models of Evaluation
  • -Modeling Enthusiasm For Academia
  • -Maintaining a Safe And Professional Relationship
  • -Learner Self-Responsibility
  • 9. Mentoring Graduate Student Pianists
  • -A Brief History Of Graduate Education
  • -The Role Of Mentor
  • -The Benefits Of Mentoring Graduate Students
  • -The Responsibilities Of The Mentor
  • -Best Practices For Mentors
  • -Establishing A Mentoring Relationship
  • -A Relationship That Is Both Professional And Personal
  • -Mentoring Graduate Students In A Diverse Academy
  • 10. Working With International Student Pianists
  • -Designing Instruction For International Students
  • -Academic Integrity And The International Student
  • 11. What Can We Learn From Some Of History's Great Piano Teachers?
  • -Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
  • -Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • -Carl Czerny
  • -Franz Liszt
  • -Josef Lhevinne
  • -Rosina Lhevinne
  • -Adele Marcus
  • -Leon Fleisher
  • -Russell Sherman
  • -Great Teachers Balance Technique and Music
  • 12. Bringing It All Together: Your Studio as a Diverse Set of Individuals
  • -Societal Diversity In The Piano Studio
  • -Diverse Piano Personalities
  • -The Diversity of Human Development
  • 13. The Motivated And Inspired Piano Teacher
  • -Piano Teacher Training
  • -Continuing Education For Piano Teachers