What does your music tuition cover?
- Time spent in preparation for students
Trips to the music store, lesson planning, bookkeeping, development of individual curriculum.
- Time spent with students
Lessons, performance classes, adjudication experiences
- Teacher’s training and experience
In addition to my education, it includes the continuing education that keeps me current on methods and teaching techniques
- Studio expenses
Expenses include studio rental, insurance, high quality instruments and their upkeep and repairs, computer and iPad usage in the studio and purchase of apps for use with students.
- Administrative time
Scheduling students, answering emails, and keeping accounts up to date
- Professional organization memberships
Enhance teaching skills and provide students with opportunities for festivals, adjudication and performance events.
- Professional journals
Publications to assist teaching in keeping current on the newest teaching materials and trends
- Music books and CD’s
Music purchased by the teacher to keep costs low for students, trips to the music store, and shipping costs associated with music
- Recital costs and preparation
Facility rental, programs, refreshments