Introduction to Workshops
Each Musikgarten workshop or webinar is designed to give participants an active demonstration of a specific curriculum, and is led by a dynamic, experienced early childhood music teacher.
In every training session you attend, you will experience:
- in person training by a master teacher trainer
- demonstration classes with children (and parents)
- practice teaching
- business training
- active music making
- the process of teaching and developing activities
- discussions about parent education
Summer In-Person Workshops - Register by May 15, 2017 and receive $25 in Musikgarten Money!
In-Person, real-time Webinars
- Toddlers 1
- Toddlers 2
- Toddlers - Dance with Me
- Ages 3-5: Wind Dancers
- Ages 3-5: Sun Catchers
- Ages 4-5: Home/Woodlands
- Ages 4-5: Cattail/Meadow
- God's Children Sing
- Introduction to Piano Partners
- Piano Partners Training
- Group Piano: Book 1
- Group Piano: Book 2
- Group Piano: Book 3
- Group Piano: Book 4
- Adult Piano
- Neuroscience of Music
- Preschool Classroom: Music Keys
Once you have signed up for a training session, you will be contacted by our staff person in charge of Teachers' Services. The purpose of the phone call is to find out what you are hoping to accomplish upon completing the workshop. If you are planning to start an early-childhood studio, she might talk to you about possible studio locations or names for your new business. If you already have those things settled she might talk to you about your marketing plans or put you in touch with the staff person in charge of licensing. Whatever your needs are, a Musikgarten staff person will be assigned with the task of getting in touch with you and helping you to make your hopes become a reality. Additionally, any concerns or questions that can't be dealt with prior to the workshop are passed on to your teacher trainer, so she can address your questions during the training session.
Contact us for more information or to register for a workshop.