I’ve been teaching piano lessons for over 15 years. Now I haven’t taught for 15 years straight, but my teaching still covers a span of 15 years. And I love giving lessons. It’s fun.
For the last year or so, I took a break from teaching lessons; mainly because I got married.
Today, the fun begins (again). Tonight, I’ll start teaching piano again, and I’m very excited and nervous.
Because I love playing the piano. And I love to see young people want to learn to play the piano. I’m excited because teaching piano is a way that I can plant seeds in future church pianists. I won’t be around forever.
Because I want to do a good job. I want to explain the concepts clearly in a way that the students can learn and want to continue learning. I want to make learning piano and music a fun experience. I want my students to love playing the piano as much as I do.
I want to be successful and help them succeed as well.
So, here we go. All the prep work has been done. Books are ready to be opened and marked in. The house has even been cleaned (thanks to my awesome husband)!
All we have to do now is let the fun begin (again)!
This post is part of a series I’m doing this month called “On-the-Go Pianist.” Click here to see all the posts!