May 2011 Blog Roundup

In the last month, a bunch of blogs have come to my attention — and I’d like to share them all with you here today!  Check these out.
  • Piano Escapades | Wendy Chan is a creative piano teacher who posts colorful printables and shares ideas.  This is a must see.

  • Miss Luba’s blog | Luba has a great writing style that is straightforward and down-to-earth.  Her posts are a real pleasure to read!

  • Music With Miss Leslie blog | With blog is directed to both parents and other teachers, Leslie shares her thoughts on piano teaching and early childhood music.

  • Miss Dorla’s blog | Dorla is an early childhood music teacher and piano teacher.  In February, she challenged herself (and other teachers) to a 30 day practice challenge!  Read more here.

  • The Piano Chambers blog | Melanie’s blog is just taking off — but I can tell already she has some great things to say!

  • Keys to Notes blog | Shauna Leavitt is another passionate piano teacher excited to share ideas and thoughts on teaching.  Check it out!

  • Piano Perfect blog | Brayden Walters is a young piano teacher with lots to say about piano pedagogy!

  • The Sound Post | This is a newsy blog with important updates about what’s happening in the world of music.  I’ve been looking for something like this for a long time!

Have a blog link to share?  Leave me a comment or send me an email (admin[at] for consideration for next month’s blog feature!

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8 thoughts on “May 2011 Blog Roundup”

  1. WOW! Thank you so much for adding me to your Blog Roundup list, I’m so honored and thankful for the recognition!
    I can’t say enough of the wonderful things and topics you’ve covered on your blog and how much I’m learning from you.
    Hope to add my humble contribution to the treasures you already have on your blog that you are so generously sharing with others. Thank you so much Joy!

    1. Dear Wendy
      I have been trying to find your blog again for a while now, but I see that it has been removed. Where can I find all of your wonderful resources now?
      I already looked on your website, but was unsuccessful.

  2. Thank you so much for mentioning my blog, Joy! Your site was one of the first I discovered in the music teacher blog world and it is a constant source of inspiration to me! Having my own blog is still completely new territory for me, and I am so delighted that you have enjoyed reading some of my thoughts!

  3. Thanks for adding my blog to your May Roundup!!
    It’s always exciting to see what other music teachers are doing with their blogs.
    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Wow – several blogs I haven’t seen yet! Thanks for posting this! I’d love to be included next month if you have room.

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