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What will you learn on the course ?


Trainees learn how to implement the Suzuki approach to music education while developing all aspects of their own playing and teaching. Suzuki teachers are specially trained to work with children from the age of three or four, and learn how to foster all aspects of a child’s musical growth with a positive and supportive approach and a greater understanding of the need for music in every child’s life.
Trainees develop their own performance ability, musical memory, tone production, technique and musicianship, and gain the confidence to instill these skills in their students. With great emphasis placed on observation of other teachers and practice teaching at every level, trainees have the invaluable opportunity to learn from those with many years of experience who can provide constructive feedback on each trainee’s teaching skills.

Course content


Suzuki Flute teacher training courses follow the ESA syllabus ( European Suzuki Association) and consist of 5 levels. Every level has the same 10 module, an extra dimension is added at every level. Some modules are theoretic and others are practical.Course participants will make some written assignments and maintain a journal. Written assignments can be made in the candidates mother tongue.

These 10 modules are :
1.Suzuki Philosophy
2.Suzuki Instrumental Performance
3.Suzuki Pedagogy
4.Parent Education
5.Supervised Teaching
6.Observations
7.Journal & Assignments
8.Resources & references
9.Workshops & Institutes
10.ESA Exam

ESA Syllabus per level


ESA Syllabus level 1 part 1 & part 2
ESA Syllabus level 2
part 1 & part 2
ESA Syllabus level 3
part 1 & part 2
ESA Syllabus level 4
part 1 & part 2
ESA Syllabus level 5
part 1 & part 2

ESA exams
Candidates
1.Play exam pieces and evt. other Suzuki repertoire of the appropriate level
2.Teach an individual lesson
3.Respond to questions ( Viva Vove)
4.Submit written assignments in a journal

Detailed information concerning course content can be found in Teacher Training Manual on the ESA website  
www.europeansuzuki.org.