#064: Music Instructor Collaboration

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#065: Trying again and looking out ahead

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#057: Self Take care of the Music Instructor

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#056: Tech Instruments for the Music Room

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#053: What the Fall Will seem like

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#054: My First Week to Digital Instructing

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#055: Successes and Challenges From this Fall

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TC253: What it’s wish to run a web-based solely studio with Jaime Gibson

Transitioning to online lessons has been a challenge for most teachers but my guest, Jaime Gibson, took this challenge to a whole new level by opening up his online studio to international students. Gibson Online Music School, formed in 2020, currently has students in six countries and across most states of Australia. His teaching faculty hold music degrees specialized in e-learning using the school’s unique platform and technologies.
In this episode, he’s going to share his teaching background, how he started his online only music school, how he runs it, how he found his teachers, his teaching and technology tips especially for young teachers in our profession, the tools he uses, and so much more.

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[02:56] Jaime shares the story of how he started his music studio.
[05:28] Enabling teachers to set up their music studios as a business.
[09:45] Jamie’s studio, teachers and how they are teaching online. 
[13:46] How his alignment in creativity sets him apart from other studios.
[19:44] Talking about the Tomplay App, what it does and how it can help in your teaching.
[24:55] How exam boards and established institutions have shifted in the last year.
[25:36] The story of how the Sydney International Piano Competition was done online.
[27:22] Jamie tells us about his online Open Mic Nights.
[34:33] Redrafting in music education.
[37:21] Tips for teachers on using technology for online lessons.
[42:47] Moving across the monthly cycle billing.
[44:47] His future plans for his studio.

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Today’s Guest

Jaime Gibson, founder of Gibson Online Music School, is a multi-instrumentalist who holds a Bachelor of Music and Grad Dip Ed from Sydney and a Masters in Educational Leadership, which he attained over in the United Kingdom. As a performer, Jaime has performed at Royal Albert Hall, Wembley Arena, the Sydney Opera House, and has toured Africa, Russia, Mexico and throughout Europe.
Thank you for tuning in!
Consider implementing the ideas from this podcast by writing several actionable steps for your teaching practice if it’s inspired you.
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TC252: Saving Hours of Your Time Via Newzik with Paul Leverger

Do you use your computer, laptop, tablet or phone to access your sheet music for practice, performance or teaching? If you do or are considering doing so, this episode is definitely for you. 
Paul Leverger of Newzik will give us an in-depth overview of the app they’ve created and how it can help you as a teacher, composer, performer, and musician. The features of the app will blow your mind, particularly the new Maestria program that uses artificial intelligence to do awesome things to your music sheets.
Join us in this conversation to know more about how it may be helpful for you  as a teacher or performer and how you can access your free one month Newzik app trial!

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[03:30] Learn about the Newzik app and what it does.
[05:23] The collaboration and cloud-based connectivity on the Newzik app.
[06:31] The difference between a digital score and just a pdf score.
[08:35] How Maestria can help you listen to your sheet music and take it to the next level.
[13:22] Using the app to practice and collaborate with others when you’re unable to do so face-to-face. 
[15:36] How Newzik is different from forScore
[19:24] Getting music sheet pdfs into the Newzik.
[24:31] Newzik subscription prices and free forever version.
[28:18] Extended free trial for podcast listeners.

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Today’s Guest

Paul Leverger is a trained drama and electronic musician who is passionate about music technology. Before taking over as chief marketing officer of Newzik, he spent three years travelling the world to train people to use their software with digital scores. 
A true music expert, he now dedicates his time to help music teachers innovate in their teaching and save time by using digital score technology.
Thank you for tuning in!
Consider implementing the ideas from this podcast by writing several actionable steps for your teaching practice if it’s inspired you.
If you enjoyed today’s show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, which helps other teachers find our show.
Stay updated by subscribing to this show, and get automatic delivery to your device every time a new episode goes live! We publish on Fridays weekly.