Before you let your child quit music lessons, try these 5 things

Thinking back to when I started learning to play I can certainly relate to some of the points mentioned in this article.  Having read it, it made me re-evaluate how I teach my own children as well as the pupils that I work with.

I was never too keen on set practice times throughout the day/week and would rather just play what and when I wanted to.  I was fortunate enough to have a mentor that allowed me to be a free spirit and he would educate me in a way that worked around my time table and music likes. I appreciate that this approach doesn’t work for everyone but it certainly worked for me.

This article written by The Conversation raises some good points.

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