Every year the Suzuki Association of the Americas compiles online videos that touch on a variety of topics that help PARENTS in the Suzuki Triangle.These are short and informative and sometimes funny.
Once they are posted ( a new one every Monday) you can view them online at your convenience until June 2016.
SIGN UP IN YOUR PRIVATE STUDIO BEFORE FEBRUARY 12.
cost is 10$ per family payable to SSM. We will sign up as a program.
here’s a short clip:
parents as partners video clip
Parents as Partners Online 2016 launched with 46 new video talks for parents, as well as the return of 17 past favorites.
SSM DEADLINE TO REGISTER IN YOUR PRIVATE STUDIO IS Friday 2/12
The cost is 10$ per family. We will register as a program.
This series of short online videos for Suzuki parents and teachers will address such Suzuki-related topics as practice tips, parent-child relationships, philosophy, listening, motivation and more!
How it Works
You will receive an email with instructions on how to access Parents as Partners Online.
New video lectures will be added each Monday, and we’ll email you then too.
Videos can be watched on any web-enabled device: desktop and laptop computers, smart phones, and tablets—including iPhones and iPads.
Once posted, all videos can be watched online at any time until June 30.
New 2016 Talks
A Measure of Progress
A Parent’s Perspective on Summer Suzuki Institutes
A Thousand Bow Holds? You Must Be Kidding!
Are You Inadvertently Sabotaging Your Child’s Lesson?
Creative Strategies for Effective Review—a Survey of Favorite Activities from within the Suzuki Triangle
Discover What Encourages Teens to “Get Up and Go”
DIY: Do-It-Yourself Practice Games
Don’t Just Practice…Go Do Something!
Everything I Needed to Know about the Suzuki Triangle I Learned from a Dog
Five Years Later—Where are They Now?!
Rebecca Martin with Suzuki parents Jen Blackenship and Julie Stibbards
Fun with Trouble Stops? What?
Group Class: Creating an Environment of Community in Our Isolated Society
Guitar Hero?! VIOLIN Hero!!
Hands Separate Practice: Techniques and Tips for Success
How to Make Sure Your Child Will Never Ever Set Foot on Stage to Perform Again!
If You Can Sing It, You Can Play It!
I’ve Been to the Lesson and Now What?
La Teoría de las Inteligencias Multiples: Ideas en práctica
Making Suzuki Feel Good in 2015
¿Mil tomas del arco? De broma?
Music for 1000 Children
Musical Elements from Twinkle to Mozart
Darbi Green and Connie McCullough
No Time to Practice?
Nurtured by WHAT??? When You Are Not Feeling the Love During Practicing
Orchestra and the Suzuki Student
Overcoming Practice Challenges . . . I Promise You’re Not Alone!
Parent to Parent: Creating the Link of Community for All
Partner Up!—Get the 411 from Suzuki Parents
Lucy Shaw and Suzuki parents
Playing By Ear…Unlocking the Mystery
Practicing with Loops
Recipe for Citizenship: Key Ingredients for Teaching Children to be Members of a Community
Review that Works!
Julie Bamberger Roubik
Seven Secrets to Sanity with Suzuki Siblings
Suzuki Parenting: An Exercise in Leadership
Suzuki Training and Body Mapping: A Great Combination for Playing Better While Avoiding Injury
Take Your Teacher Home! Creative and Effective Uses of Video Recording in Your Individual Lesson
Teachers’ Perspectives on Practicing with their Children
Amy Gesmer-Packman, Stacey Brady, Flori Muller, Heather Hadley
Tech Talks V2.0—Studio Updates Available for Download Now
The Importance of Educating a Really Beautiful Human Spirit
The Practice Lizard
The Value of Listening
The Theory of Multiple Intelligences: Ideas in Practice
Three Important Words
Triangle Distortion: Confessions of a Suzuki Teacher who is also a Suzuki Parent
Want Consistent Progress in Your Practicing?? Use These Reminders to Help Your Child at His Lesson
Why ARE we doing Suzuki, anyway???
Work Together, Stand Back, and Admire
Beth Titterington and Sarah Beth Titterington Ibbett
Selected Talks from Prior PPO Years
Advice and Encouragement for Suzuki Parents
Dry Ideas! Make it visual using the dry erase board
Forget Soccer, I want to practice!
Guarantees for More Progress During Practice
Guarantees for More Progress During Practice, the Sequel
Guarantees for More Progress During Practice, Part 3
Is My Child Talented?
Pardon the Interruption
Pop your Ears!
Alyssa Hardie Beckmann
Raising Independent Musicians
Simple Suzuki Stretches
Tech Talks 2015: Bringing your Suzuki Experience Up-to-Date with the Latest Gadgets and Apps
Teens, Tenacity and Technique
Nicolette Solomon and Donna Davis
The Suzuki Triangle Relationship
Rebecca Martin and Suzuki parents
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about Parents as Partners Online or how to register.