Tag Archives: organization

Drawers for Organizing Music Games

Last year, I blogged about the drawer system I use for organizing my music games. It so important to be able to easily find the needed teaching materials during lessons! Since moving last summer, I ended up updating my drawer categories somewhat. This drawer unit is from IKEA, by the way. I’m always tweaking my organization […]

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Organizing Games

One of the questions that arose during the presentation about music games (see the handout here) that I gave last week for the Summit County OMTA chapter and at the 2014 MusicEdConnect.com conference was… How do you organize your games? You may remember some months back when I blogged about finding this little filing cabinet […]

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Game Materials Organization

Yesterday, I posted a new Forum Q&A post about organization.  If you are the kind of teacher who enjoys using games and props during lessons, it’s not easy to find a system for storing and organizing everything!  I’m always on the look-out for better ways to stay organized. Here’s a picture of my current system:

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Forum Q&A | Organization for Games/Props

Our last Forum Q&A topic was about end-of-the-year tasks for piano teachers.  I enjoyed reading your comments, as always! Today, our new topic is all about organization.  I wanna know: How do you keep your game materials and props organized?  Do you have a shelf, drawer, basket, folders, etc.?  Are you able to find what […]

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A Peek into My Lesson Binder

In this post, Joy shares a few pictures of the piano lesson binder she uses to keep her lesson records organized.

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