Music Teacher magazine aims to inform, assist, inspire and entertain anyone who is involved in teaching instrumental or vocal music, whatever the context they are working in. The magazine is written by a mixture of practitioners and professional journalists. Each issue will include news, sheet music and book reviews as well as notes on specific aspects of teaching and interesting insights into the working lives of teachers and their students.
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Music Teacher magazine likes to cover as many areas of teaching music as it can, it takes a broad look at the sector as a whole and will often advise readers about the latest books on teaching and provide helpful question and answer sections so you can get better informed. There are also helpful review sections of sheet music which are given in an honest and straight talking manner so the readers can feel confident with the quality of each publication discussed.
If you are looking to broaden your knowledge then Music Teacher magazine will also regularly give readers ideas on new courses and presentations which are taking place all over the UK, which could help to give you more understanding and extend your teaching skills. Courses in Jazz, teamwork and musical performances will often feature in the magazine.
There will also be columns written by other teaching professionals which will often try to analyse the very heart of teaching and what it is that drives us to teach other people. These sections could help you to realise your priorities and we think could ultimately make you a better teacher.
We think that Music Teacher magazine is a great support for all those teaching music. This magazine serves to provide support and guidance as well as give teachers new ideas on how to better teach music and which new methods are emerging into the sector. It can also provide features on how to advise students and their parents on buying new instruments as well as other practical hands on approaches which is all very useful, especially if you feel in need of a confidence boost.