Three owner-tested ideas, with marketing and budget tips
With new studios popping up on every corner, studio owners can’t expect to build a successful business simply by teaching classes and putting on a yearly recital. To … Continue reading
Q: Even though the web is a wealth of visual resources, I have a hard time finding appropriate and specific images to enhance many of the lessons I plan. Do you know of any user-friendly … Continue reading
Q: I’ve discovered that one of my advanced senior students competed at an extra competition as an “independent.” I’m a bit disheartened that she wouldn’t come to me first if she wanted more competitive opportunities. … Continue reading
Q: I have combo classes for two age groups: 3–4 and 5–7. At age 8 the students switch to separate classes. I know parents like the combos, but as a teacher I don’t feel the … Continue reading
Q: Over the holidays, I used Skype to chat with family members who I was unable to visit. I’ve been trying to think of ways to bring this concept into a classroom—any ideas?
A: We might … Continue reading