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Learn how the Musicolor Method can activate your child and/or students

Have you tried this easy, colorful method on piano?

Piano For Kids: Teach complete beginners how to play instantly with the Musicolor Method

New songbook allows parents to teach their children piano even if they have never played before

If you are the parent of a 3 to 6 year old (or any child) and you want to give them the experience of music, check this out.

Piano is a great first instrument.

We believe all children should learn some basic piano.  Numerous studies have proven a positive link between success in life, school and work with some participation in music education.

But, it hasn’t been easy for many.  If you’re not a prodigy, then you may have found learning to read music difficult.  This method allows your child (and even you the parent) to learn the basics of piano by using color.

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A Colorful Fun New Way To Learn Piano Is Here

Piano For Kids: Easy piano songbook

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New Songbook Enables Even Preliterate Children To Play Piano Using Color and Simple Graphics

 

Now, any parent using the highly successful Musicolor Method®, can teach their child piano with the release of the songbook, Piano For Kids. The book (available May 22nd at Amazon) is the first volume in a six book series. It includes basic instruction that allows anyone, even without prior musical experience, to learn the basics of piano and music. Color makes it easy and fun!  

 

Experienced music teacher Andrew Ingkavet, created the Musicolor Method® as a homeschooling project for his son, who began asking for lessons at three years old.  Not finding a teacher willing to accept him,

What if there was an easy piano songbook with simple instructions?

Piano For Kids: Easy piano songbook

An Easy Piano Songbook

After over a decade in development, we’re thrilled to announce that our first easy piano songbook Piano For Kids Volume 1 will be launching at Amazon on May 22nd, 2018.  We’ve been testing and proving the success of this curriculum worldwide through our online classroom.  And now you can get it here.

Piano For Kids: Teach complete beginners how to play instantly with the Musicolor Method – for preschoolers, grade schoolers and beyond!

How the Musicolor Method Works

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Why the Musicolor Method works?

We created a visual way to communicate sound with color.

Kids make direct connections from sheet music to keys to fingers.

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How To Spark Growth, Friendship & Love with A Mentor Program

How to spark growth, love and friendship with a mentor program

We recently returned from an amazing trip connecting with my father’s roots in Thailand. My wife Monica and I lived and traveled throughout Asia in the early 1990’s. But this was our first time back in 25 years and it was a wonderful way to introduce our son Alejandro to his Thai family with grandpa at his side.
It also made me reflect on an idea from our time in Asia, a mentor program!

Summerbridge HK

While living in Hong Kong, Monica became the first international director of San Francisco based, Summerbridge (now called Breakthrough Collaborative.) The program’s mission: to “bridge the summer” with a unique summer school. The teachers were gifted high school and international college students. The students were elementary school students from lower income housing estates.

This is a simple tool to transform your teaching

Algorithms for learning music?

“Yo homes, It’s gotta be the algorithm!”

 

I don’t think anyone ever said that.  

 

But, I do know Spike Lee’s character Mars Blackmon said something similar about shoes.

 

Spike Lee’s fictional character Mars Blackmon from his film She’s Gotta Have It.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have seen an explosion in the use of this word, mostly related to computers and technology.

 

So what is an algorithm?

This is what I learned at NY EDTech, and it was great

This week my wife and I went to the NY EDTech 2017 conference held at my alma mater NYU.   Below are some of my notes from the opening morning show.

If you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t heard, EDTech has been  a booming billion dollar industry for about a decade now.  I’m happy to say that New York University, and New York City in general, have been at the forefront of this innovation.  

But there are problems.

Most of the companies in EDTech focus on the use of technology to replace the human element in teaching with computers and apps interfacing with students.   While this can create a personalized learning experience and provide valuable, measurable data,

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What is the most powerful thing to teach all children?

The most powerful thing to teach all children

We parents care deeply about giving our children the best chances possible.  But we share similar fears:  What if they get in with the wrong crowd?  What if they are not as resilient as we wish?  What if they lose their confidence and their way?

As long as our kids are self empowered, find their purpose, voice and happiness, we have done our jobs as parents.

In the future, when artificial intelligence and robots eliminate many current jobs, what skills are ones machines cannot replace?

I believe it’s creativity combined with curiosity and passion that make us undeniably human.  It’s the unexpected spark of joy that comes when combining disparate unrelated ideas to make something new and familiar at the same time that helps solve a problem.

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Rapport and How To Teach A Student Who Doesn’t Look Like You

The power of teacher student rapport especially when students are of different race

“I’m black so my teacher needs to be black.”

Nobody said this, yet.  

But, a study has found a correlation between the performance achievement of black children and whether or not they had a black teacher.  The results seem to suggest that black children would fare better if taught by a teacher that looks more like them.  

“There’s mounting evidence that when black students have black teachers, those students are more likely to graduate high school. That new study takes this idea even further, providing insight into the way students actually think and feel about the teachers who look like them and those who don’t.”  Read more at NPR.org

While still not conclusive,

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