The Matthew 6:33 Piano Teacher, How to Teach Piano For the Glory of God [NOOK Book]

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There are few books that teach piano instruction with Christ as its center. Written by a piano pedagogy teacher, who has taught music to students as young as toddlers and as old as ninety. "The Matthew 6:33 Piano Teacher" examines basic piano pedagogy from a Biblical perspective in a reader friendly question and answer format. It provides wisdom in the spiritual, business, and instructional aspects of teaching piano. This book is written with the novice piano teacher or would be...
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The Matthew 6:33 Piano Teacher, How to Teach Piano For the Glory of God

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Overview

There are few books that teach piano instruction with Christ as its center. Written by a piano pedagogy teacher, who has taught music to students as young as toddlers and as old as ninety. "The Matthew 6:33 Piano Teacher" examines basic piano pedagogy from a Biblical perspective in a reader friendly question and answer format. It provides wisdom in the spiritual, business, and instructional aspects of teaching piano. This book is written with the novice piano teacher or would be teacher in mind.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014261487
  • Publisher: Logan
  • Publication date: 3/19/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,358,141
  • File size: 196 KB

Meet the Author

I’m a wife to a future Reverend (we’re just waiting on his grades), mother of the world’s cutest kids, writer, music pedagogy teacher, and most importantly a child of the King.

I remember giving “When I Grow Up” speeches in fourth and fifth grade. Both years I said I wanted to be a writer. In High School I prayed diligently that God would give me something, (I didn’t care what) to write. It seemed like an insurmountable mountain and writing would always be a dream of mine but never a reality. Then I discovered the growing world of social networking, blogging, and of course eBooks.
I hope you’ll join me at my little corners of the internet. And you would bless my socks off if you decided to become a fan or subscriber.

My Music Networks:
http://www.633music.net / http://www.facebook.com/633music

My Personal Networks
http://www.lessonsfromivy.com / http://www.facebook.com/lessonsfromivy / http://www.twitter.com/@lessonsfromivy
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  • Posted June 21, 2012

    A very good book for the beginning piano teacher with many quest

    A very good book for the beginning piano teacher with many questions and uncertainty. The business apect of this book is invaluable, and I enjoyed that the best. It flowed from subject to subject nicely. I highly recommend this to any beginning piano teacher.

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  • Posted April 26, 2012

    This a quick read that is essential for any one considering the

    This a quick read that is essential for any one considering the piano teaching profession!

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  • Posted April 10, 2012

    Matthew 6:33 says, "But seek first his kingdom and his righ

    Matthew 6:33 says, &quot;But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.&quot; This is the premise behind K M Logan's book, <em>The Matthew 633 Teacher</em>
    , about being a Spirit-led music teacher. Logan answers every question that one would have about becoming either a self-employed music teacher or a teacher employed by a store, school, or other entity. Her book is written with much thought and care concerning both the teacher and the students. Not being a music teacher, I had not realized that there was so much involved preceding a decision to enter the world of teaching music. However, I found this book to be simple in language, engaging to the reader, and complete in the knowledge.

    Logan points out that when God is the center of your life and the advisor you seek for all decisions, you will find success in your life by following His leading. She uses both Scripture and her vast span of knowledge to outline the process to parlay your love and education into a successful career. I found her book to be a valuable asset to add to your library if you are either a student of higher education or a seasoned music teacher.

    I received this book free for review from the author.

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  • Posted April 4, 2012

    This ebook covers the when, what, where, and hows of piano teach

    This ebook covers the when, what, where, and hows of piano teaching, all from a biblical perspective. As a relatively new teacher, I gleaned so much from this 100+ page ebook, like how to interact with parents and students, tips for keeping students focused and excited, and tools for marketing and organization. And these guidelines aren't limited to piano teachers, as I found many helpful hints for my violin students as well. I appreciate how so many questions and ideas were thought through for the writing of this ebook. She covers as many questions as there are keys on a piano! (Well, not quite.)

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  • Posted April 1, 2012

    I recommend "Matthew 6:33 Piano Teacher" to any person

    I recommend &quot;Matthew 6:33 Piano Teacher&quot; to any person wanting to start teaching piano lessons, either for fun or as an extra income opportunity. This book gives practical pointers on all aspects of teaching and all &quot;difficulties&quot; you will encounter. As a piano teacher I found this book extremly helpful for my own teaching and highly recommend it to any music student wanting to further their career in music.

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  • Posted March 30, 2012

    Great for New Piano Teachers!

    "Matthew 6:33 Piano Teacher" is a wonderful book if one is wanting to become a piano teacher, or looking to see if teaching is something they may want to do. This book influences subjects from 'keeping the bathroom clean for their students', 'the final recital the student should perform' to 'taxes concerning piano teachers'. I give this book an 'A' because it covers all the basis' of piano teaching. It is a "must read" if there is even a consideration of being a Piano Teacher either as a career ot a part-time job.

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