Saturday, September 17, 2016
Piano teachers--join us for an inspiring day of FREE workshops and sessions designed to help you begin the school year focused, energized, and ready to teach.
Dr. Julie Knerr, co-author of the Piano Safari method, an innovative approach that combines intervallic reading with rote teaching
Dr. Young-Ah Tak, new faculty member of The Crane School of Music SUNY Potsdam
Mingle with piano teachers from all over the Northeast US and Ontario, while learning more about:
- Utilizing rote teaching while still developing strong sight-reading skills in your students
- Educational and entertaining games and ideas for spicing up your lessons
- Effective strategies to refine your teaching craft
About the Crane School of Music
The Crane School of Music, one of three schools of SUNY Potsdam, consists of 550 undergraduate and 30 graduate students and a faculty of 70 teachers and professional staff in a college of 4,350 students and 250 faculty. In January 2007, Crane became an All-Steinway School with the purchase of 141 Steinway pianos, the largest single acquisition of new Steinway pianos in Steinway & Sons' 154 year history.