Establishing a Studio Computer Teaching Lab

 

by John M. Zeigler and Nancy Ostromencki
Rio Rancho, NM USA

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ost piano teachers aren't "computer people" by nature. They practice the piano diligently every day and believe that nothing that a computer can produce can compare to a live performance on an acoustical piano. Although these things may be true for some, we've come to appreciate the pedagogic value of that gleaming monitor, constantly humming CPU, and the other keyboard that has found its way into so many of our lives. In this article, we'll tell you how to establish your own piano teaching computer lab - and how to avoid some of the pitfalls along the way.

 

 

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