Your new resources in music education. Save the links, please!
Are you still reading the book or have you finished working on it?
I hope you enjoy reading and the illustrations by cartoonist Nikolai Krutikov.
His perky illustrations help you understand the meaning of what you read even better!
The road will be mastered by the walking one.
Today I want to write to you about what is now ready for your new, exciting and effective musical experience.
And a lot has already been done!
I am sure that our materials will greatly help you understand the world of music much better.
The new Soft Way to Mozart approach.
This is a revolutionary new way of teaching music as a language.
The approach includes:
A series of tales of music theory explaining the most important principles of music theory in concrete and understandable images and situations
It is primarily a place where educators, students and parents share their experiences about our new learning approach.
Each year of study at the Academy is equipped with lesson plans, implemented through personal diaries that are assessed by the pedagogical commission.
Successful graduates are sent a document confirming the completion of the course of study, and they are awarded a medal or an honorary pin for one of the stages of the musical scale degree.
Each scale of the harmony is a separate, vivid image that explains the most complex abstract concepts of music theory in the language of a fairy tale.
Commander of the Order of the Third Degree (third year of study) Akim demonstrates his Diploma and the Medal of the Maid of Honor of the Major and Minor (third degree of the music mode).
Online training course and lessons: "So this is distance learning ?!" you ask.
Not so simple. Yes and no.
The basis of learning is interaction with "responsive" musical notation 1 on 1 (module "Gentle Piano").
Thanks to the ability to independently develop the skills of reading, playing and memorizing musical text, every beginner can independently develop from the initial level to more complex ones.
The software algorithms will work with each one individually, taking into account exactly their needs and abilities.
The ability to share the students’ results in the form of photo and video reports will help teachers and parents of our community give feedback, as well as come to the rescue if the students need it.
However, the best practice, as shown by work experience over 20 years, is to work with a certified teacher who is taught to correctly and consistently guide the student's work, polish his or her artistic abilities, transfer skills and professional skills, as well as motivate him or her to achieve more and more challenging and exciting goals . . .
Is Soft Mozart a computer technology? Not exactly.
In our scientific approach, which is based on the latest evidence that notes and sounds with durations are one "globe," we use visualization and interactive technologies as part of the educational process.
Technology is the key element, but it is only part of what we do.
This new discovery required the revision of the existing academic stages of the music school of the 21st century and made significant amendments to the curriculum for beginners.
That is, this is not another gadget or just another computer game. No way!
We use a game-based teaching approach, but the course is academically verified and far from simplistic.
Our educational standards are very high, sometimes even significantly higher than the existing standards of many children's music schools and studios around the world.
That is why the graduates of our Academy -- students, teachers and parents -- enjoy great authority as carriers of new knowledge.
To view the video, click on the picture.From 0 knowledge to stage performance. Student Elizabeth Gerwitz.
Our teachers work not only with students, but also with professionals, helping them master a new section of knowledge.
The Soft Mozart system is an approved professional development course for teachers in different countries of the world.
In my next letter, I will tell you where to start your personal experience with the #softmozart.
Here are all the resources for educators, students and parents. Check them out! We are waiting for you!
If you are interested in becoming a part of our learning and teaching community: Our Academy Lesson Plans are here.
Your place to start a personal progress diary is here. Select your current year of study!
Sign your child up to my unique music theory fairy tales in personalized emails here.