Students Learn Best When They Are Given the Chance to SEE, HEAR, and DO (Try) Each New Concept!
Visual aids are a great way to visually emphasize and reinforce lesson materials.
Using the Visual Aids
Is Your Student Ready For a Concept?
- Use visual aids as a teaching guide in individual lessons.
- Give students copies to keep in their piano binders, for reminders of what was taught during the lesson.
- Provide materials for each student to read at a group lesson.
- Create packets and handouts for teacher conferences, conventions and presentations.
If your student is not ready for all of the concepts in a visual aid or handout, you can still use the visual aid. Just introduce what he/she is ready to learn; save the other elements for later. If you have given your student a copy to keep in his/her notebook, as a handout, then the information will already be handy when he/she is ready for the next concept.
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Level-Based Visual Aids
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