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Thinking as You Play: Teaching Piano in Individual and Group Lessons Paperback – February 8, 2006
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Instructors wishing to sharpen their apporach to private and group pinao lessons and willing to use the techniques Coats outlines will undoubtedly become better at teaching students to think for themselves. (Music Educators Journal)
[A] wonderful book for the experienced teacher who wants to take his or her teaching to the next level. Graduate pedagogy students or undergraduates . . . would also benefit greatly from this book. . . . [T]houghtful and thought-provoking . . . stuffed full of information.Sept 2006 (Meg Gray American Music Teacher)
About the Author
Sylvia Coats is Professor of Piano Pedagogy and Class Piano at Wichita State University. She is an active member of MTNA having served on the Board of Directors and as President of the West Central Division. She lives in Wichita, Kansas.
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Coats covers lesson planning, discovery teaching, conceptual teaching and learning, learning styles, and ends the book with a fine introduction to group teaching. I heartily recommend this text for both new and experienced piano teachers.