​​​​​​10 Lesson Planning Tips from 9 Top Teachers

​​​​​​​It's time to start a new teaching term! Awesome!

Will it be the 'same old' planning?  

​​​​​​​Or are you shaking it up this year?

Do you plan out all the technique, rep, and details for the year?

Lay out a basic plan and set some goals?

Let the student lead the way? 

​​​​​​​It can feel pretty daunting to plan music and exercises for your students in a clear, sequential way, especially if you venture outside the method books.

What if your student ends up frustrated with music that is too difficult? 

What if you miss some technical or practice techniques that they need? 

How do you build their confidence and skills AND build excitement?

If you’ve felt these challenges with your students - we’ve got you covered.

And, if you're feeling a bit more burned out than usual from pivoting your teaching this past year - you'll want to join us -- learn some fresh ways to keep things exciting AND save yourself some time.

Join Nicola Cantan and Sarah Buckley to learn how to plan for lessons with direction and confidence. 

​​​​​​​Get tips to:

  • Motivate and inspire your students to practise more

  • Prepare lessons that students will love

  • ​​​​​​​Find out the common issues teachers run into with preparation and lesson planning - and how to avoid them​​​​​​​

  • ​​​​​​​Set and achieve goals -- and watch your students thrive!

  • Nicola Cantan

    Nicola Cantan is a piano teacher in Dublin, Ireland who leads several online communities of passionate and creative teachers. She has been working with TopMusic since 2015 and loves helping our community to level-up their teaching and take control of their businesses.

  • Sarah Buckley

    Sarah Buckley is a piano teacher and course creator in Keswick, Ontario, Canada. Connecting musician entrepreneurs to resources and services that advance their practice and spread the love of music drives Sarah.

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