Lessons from the Local Group:A Conference in honour of David Block and Bruce Elmegreen
50 Tips for Teaching Private Guitar Lessons! is a guide for beginning private guitar teachers giving private or group lessons in your own home or at the student´s residence. I have taught private guitar lessons for over 30 years, and my cumulative experience has served me well. I have played in popular bands as a singer/musician for over 1,500 nights, and I have taught guitar as a rewarding and enjoyable experience. I have taught all age groups from five to 80, beginning and advanced. These private guitar teacher tips work with acoustic or electric guitar. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Lewis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/051776/bk_acx0_051776_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If you have a hobby, talent, or special knowledge you´d like to share, you just might be able to start a profitable business teaching what you know to kids. Whether you´ll teach private lessons or group classes, Start a Business Teaching Kids: Updated! is for you - for all types of enrichment subjects. While much of the information can apply to academic subjects, Start a Business Teaching Kids: Updated! isn´t directed toward academic tutoring. It´s about starting a business giving children extracurricular learning opportunities outside of a school´s academic areas - including subjects like piano, karate, ballet, swimming, guitar, sewing, woodworking, sports, and more. Enrichment lessons provide children with a talent, hobby, or skill that enriches their lives. Start a Business Teaching Kids: Updated! doesn´t get into the specifics of what to teach during your lessons since different subjects require different lesson plans. This book provides tips for starting and running your business teaching kids. It´ll help you find locations to teach, help you get (and keep) students, and will give you information on things you´ll need to do when setting up your teaching business, such as developing a USP, deciding what to charge, setting class sizes and schedules, creating policies and rules, registering students, and more. You may only want to make some extra money teaching lessons in your spare time, or make your living doing it fulltime. You might have been teaching lessons for a while already, and maybe you just need some new ideas to reinvigorate your business. Whichever sounds like you, Start a Business Teaching Kids: Updated! can help! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephanie Quinn. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/031244/bk_acx0_031244_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Lessons in Becoming Myself: Ellen Burstyn