Is there any other educational area where students are taught only in a one-on-one situation? Not really!
In essence, this is what classical piano students do. It is very important (and monotonous) for students who are learning to play the piano to practice everyday. This takes discipline which you often do not see in either children or parents.
Both of these attitudes create artificial limitations for students that hinder their ability to grow and develop musically. Here’s the message piano students need to hear — “Your effort matters and it makes a difference.”
However, about a third of parents do too much and try to take over responsibility for their child’s progress, which hinders their child’s ability to develop positive learning skills on their own. To help their children learn and accomplish their goals, parents need to focus on the process and content of the learning rather than the final product. Continue reading Learn The Piano At A Young Age