The First Note
To be a good guitar teacher means to have the highest expectation for the students. In order to reach the desired result, a teacher must show his personal beliefs within a guitar teaching philosophy, which will evolve through practice. The teaching guitar philosophy considers the teaching of guitar only as one piece of the student’s education and personal development. The most important philosophical experience is the understanding that it must be effective and integrated into the daily guitar teaching. Students must have a desire to pay attention if they wish to learn guitar. We can think of two primary reasons students pay attention: they are interested in learning guitar theory as well as the practical playing of necessary guitar pieces, and they enjoy interacting with the teacher.
Teach In Harmony
All of us have our strengths and weaknesses in all of areas mentioned in the first note. One of the main goals of guitar teaching is to locate weaknesses, shine a light upon them, and bring them into alignment with our strengths. This can be achieved through a multitude of learning situations.
The Future Sounds Good
Employment of musicians and singers is projected to grow 7 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Growth will be attributed to increases in demand for musical performances.
Digital downloads and streaming platforms make it easier for fans to listen to recordings and view performances. Easier access to recordings gives musicians more publicity and grows interest in their work, and concertgoers may become interested in seeing them perform live. Moreover, some musicians and singers license their music for use in advertisements or for other commercial purposes, creating more exposure and revenue opportunities.
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Much guitar student learning occurs through observing others. A guitar demonstration provides the link between knowing about and being able to do. Guitar research reveals that demonstrations are most effective when they are accurate, when students are able to see clearly and understand what is going on, and when brief explanations and discussion occur during the demonstration.
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