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In last week’s episode (232 TSP What Did You Expect?), I talked about how Dr. Suuki encourages self-reflection to create expectation and intention. In this episode, I talk about a mid-month review journaling strategy to celebrate achievements, adjust or drop projects, set priorities, take care of financial responsibilities, and recapture lost proje…
 
In last week’s episode (231 TSP Tweaking Your One Percent) I discussed how to tweak your one percent to make progress into a habit and different way of thinking. This episode 232 is an example of how to use Dr. Suzuki’s recommendation about journaling and self-reflection to examine our lives, beliefs, and assumptions. If you … Continue reading "232…
 
In a previous episode (230), we discussed the tool of strategy journaling to solve problems quickly to provide to continue making progress. In today’s episode, which was recorded sometime in the summer/fall of 2021, I discuss how to tweak your one percent — a fascinating way of looking at making progress into a habit and … Continue reading "231 TSP…
 
In a previous episode, we discussed the power of journaling as a tool for reflection about our life, relationships, and learning journey. Today we discussed the tool of strategy journaling to solve problems quickly to provide a path to continue making progress. We also discuss a quote from Dr. Suzuki about the environment we create … Continue readi…
 
Have you pushed the Magic Listening Button and turned on your super ability to learn thoroughly and quickly? Recently Ian and I discussed at length about how we have experimented with listening techniques and strategies. We also shared some of our favorite recordings of various musical styles, including a jazz/swing rendition of the Bach double … C…
 
Today I share one of many conversations that I have had with a wonderful young man, who performs and teaches and has recently formally joined the Suzuki teaching community. Ian Lee studied violin with me for almost a decade and currently performs professionally. We have shared our thoughts about numerous deep topics related to music, … Continue rea…
 
How we think about something can yield an experience that is productive or inefficient. Let me introduce you to the art of magic questions. When we ask ourselves a magic question, we find amazing guidance in how we can practice effectively or learn and understand something on a deeper level. Resources In the episode, I mentioned … Continue reading …
 
Hoy un capítulo un poco más personal, os hablo de lo que está por venir en el verano y de las cosas que quiero hacer y dejar de hacer durante las vacaciones. Tal vez no sea todo lo Suzuki que suelen ser estos capítulos, pero son mis reflexiones y quería compartirlas con vosotros. Descubre los enlaces de los que hablo en el programa y más informació…
 
Hoy os traigo un estudio científico de porque es bueno realizar repeticiones y también descansos. Y cómo al aumentar las repeticiones y los descansos, mejoramos nuestro aprendizaje. Descubre los enlaces de los que hablo en el programa y más información en: https://carmelosena.com/mundosuzuki/ms98 Donde también encontrarás formas de contactar conmig…
 
Algunas recomendaciones para preparar este final de curso de cara al verano, hablando en términos musicales. El tema playa irá por otro lado… Descubre los enlaces de los que hablo en el programa y más información en: https://carmelosena.com/mundosuzuki/ms97 Donde también encontrarás formas de contactar conmigo y no olvides suscribirte a la newslett…
 
Hoy os presento una herramienta gratuita de google para experimentar con música, la podéis encontrar aquí: https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com Descubre los enlaces de los que hablo en el programa y más información en: https://carmelosena.com/mundosuzuki/ms96 Donde también encontrarás formas de contactar conmigo y no olvides suscribirte a la news…
 
Hoy quiero hablaros del reto que hice el año pasado, y visto desde la perspectiva de que ya ha pasado casi medio año desde que lo terminé. Os lo cuento todo en el audio. Además de algún consejo, como siempre Descubre los enlaces de los que hablo en el programa y más información en:https://carmelosena.com/mundosuzuki/ms95 Donde también encontrarás f…
 
The new year hit me a little harder than I expected, and I have found it to be a little tough going forward. This episode will explain. I recorded it a few weeks ago but have not been ready to publish it until now. With this episode, I intend to move forward and continue with … Continue reading "226 TSP Tough Going" The post 226 TSP Tough Going app…
 
Con lápiz y papel vamos a ayudar a nuestros peques a realizar las repeticiones que necesiten, repasar canciones o cualquier otra actividad más relacionada con nuestra metodología. Descubre los enlaces de los que hablo en el programa y más información en: https://carmelosena.com/mundosuzuki/ms94 Donde también encontrarás formas de contactar conmigo …
 
Centrarnos en una única cosa cuando estemos con nuestros hijos es fundamental, no querer cambiar muchas cosas o no hacerle ver muchas cosas incorrectas a la vez. Ya que sino los peques pueden agobiarse. Descubre los enlaces de los que hablo en el programa y más información en: https://carmelosena.com/mundosuzuki/ ms93 Donde también encontrarás form…
 
Welcome 2021! Set goals by reflecting on the past year using the protocol set out in Jinny Ditzler’s book, Your Best Year Yet! Today’s part 2 episode looks at the remaining six questions. Join me and uncover the lessons you can take away from your past year. New Year Discount for Two Teaching Books To celebrate the … Continue reading "225 TSP Let’s…
 
Goodbye, 2020! At the start of a new year, I find it helpful to spend some time reflecting on my past year using the protocol set out in Jinny Ditzler’s book, Your Best Year Yet! Today’s episode is part 1 of 2 and visits the first four questions. I share my past year and encourage you to … Continue reading "224 TSP Let’s Prepare for Our Best Year Y…
 
Hola a todos! Un capítulo personal y Navideño, para hacer un pequeño balance del año y desearos felices fiestas. Descubre los enlaces de los que hablo en el programa y más información en: https://carmelosena.com/mundosuzuki/ms92 Donde también encontrarás formas de contactar conmigo y no olvides suscribirte a la newsletter de Mundo Suzuki. Si os gus…
 
COVID-19 has uprooted our lives, causing devastation for millions. It’s also forced us to slow down, pause and consider how we might learn to live healthily and sustainably on this planet. Let’s use this time to rediscover some fundamental truths about our place on Earth: fire, air, water, earth — the basic elements of life — and spirit. Without th…
 
From anti-racism protests to wildfires, summer 2020 was marked by fire in the streets and the sky. Taming fire was an enormous step for our species, providing warmth, light, protection against animals, cooking and companionship. In fact, we even have fire in us, in every cell in our body. Perhaps that’s why we often refer to highly motivated people…
 
Safe, clean air is something many of us have long taken for granted. With new immediacy, we’re suddenly aware that everything — right down to the air we breathe — is shared by all life on Earth. Scientifically, there is no line between us and air. It is in us and flowing through our bodies. We are air. In Season 1 of The David Suzuki Podcast, “COVI…
 
Our bodies are more than 70 per cent water. The coronavirus also exists in water, carried in tiny droplets before it makes its way into our lungs. Without water, there would be no pandemic, but there would also be no us. Water makes life possible. Fresh water should be considered a priceless “rare Earth substance.” Instead, we pollute and waste it …
 
For thousands of years, Indigenous cultures have understood that we and Earth are one. What happens to the planet happens to us, and there are natural limits to what we can take from it. COVID-19 has confronted us with those limits. Sixty per cent of all diseases that afflict humankind have leapt from other animals. The pandemic reminds us that it …
 
We have the potential to heal not just from the COVID-19 virus but also from the many interconnected problems that plague us. Though the months since the pandemic began have been a time of disconnect for many, they have shown that we can come together to solve a common problem and mobilize massive resources at a moment’s notice. We can make vast pu…
 
We are nearing the end of a trying and surprising year. In this episode, I begin to prepare for the coming new year. I invite you to join me the next few weeks as I explore useful tools for reflection and planning that will help us to come to grips with the tatters of 2020. … Continue reading "223 TSP Coming to the End" The post 223 TSP Coming to t…
 
Hoy quiero anunciaros una nueva iniciativa que tuve hace unas semanas, se trata de una Maratón Musical Benéfica Suzuki. La idea es motivar a los alumnos a coger el instrumento y volver a tener ilusión por realizar actividades. Este año está difícil hacer conciertos de navidad, así que se me ocurrió hacer un maratón musical de 4 horas emitido en dir…
 
Today I discuss a difficult teacher-parent conversation. How can we get going again when we struggle with a difficult schedule and practice period? What we need to do is simple enough, but it is also easy NOT to do. Here are some things we can do to get going again. How about buying me a … Continue reading "222 TSP Let’s Get Going Again!" The post …
 
Hoy hablamos sobre el Rol de los padres y cómo va evolucionando a lo largo de los volúmenes de Suzuki. Sin abandonar la empatía que debemos tener hacía todos los integrantes del triangulo Suzuki. Una evolución maravillosa pero en la que debemos tener claro cuál es nuestro papel. Lo primero que debemos saber los padres y madres que comenzamos Suzuki…
 
Today’s episode offers 7 quick tips to bring fun to a practice slump, from using costumes and theme days to choosing which side of the student to sit. Practice tools might include dice, hats, practice charts, and glass jars and be as simple as developing a basic practice routine. I also introduce the concept of … Continue reading "221 TSP 7 Quick T…
 
Hoy hablaremos sobre los hábitos y lo fuertes que pueden llegar a ser a la hora de convertirnos en lo que deseamos. Realmente la manera más efectiva de tener buenos hábitos consiste en enfocarse, no en lo que quieres lograr, sino en la persona en la que te quieres convertir. La verdadera razón por la cual los hábitos importan no es porque te ayuden…
 
At the end of the summer, I interviewed Dr. Shu-Yi Scott about her Release Tension Workshop for teachers. During our discussion, Shu-Yi also shared some of her many ideas about teaching lessons and group classes online, as well as workshops and special learning camp programs for rhythm, music history and appreciation, and releasing tension. Shu-Yi …
 
Todos tenemos un brote de talento. Desarrollar ese brote hacia una habilidad maravillosa, dependerá de cómo es cultivado. Desarrollo de la habilidad desde la edad cero El talento no es innato A veces, algunas personas afirman: «Es natural crecer porque lo natural es innato». «No se puede hacer nada acerca de la falta de una […] Si os gusta el podca…
 
I interviewed Brecklyn Ferrin (Plucky Violin Teacher blog & Suzuki Planet Podcast) about Boundaries. I was surprised by the depth of our conversation as we shared our boundary experiences in the teaching studio. This conversation will be especially helpful as we begin our studio journeys this fall. Resources Mentioned in the Episode The Plucky Viol…
 
Join me for an interview with David Cutler about his Super Nova project, an exciting addition to Suzuki repertoire accompaniments. Our conversation sparked all sorts of ideas about designing the future and creative performance practices. How to Encourage the Teach Suzuki Blog and Podcast How about buying me a cup of coffee? If you want … Continue r…
 
Join me as I explain a powerful exercise in reflection. I recently completed this exercise, and I gained clarity, hope, and peace for the future. Additional Resources Here are links to the resources mentioned in the episode. Note that some links are affiliate links, which means that if you purchase these items using the links … Continue reading "21…
 
What does being intentional have to do with teaching or performing? Today’s episode looks at what being intentional means, why it is important, and how to create more of it. How to Encourage the Teach Suzuki Blog and Podcast How about buying me a cup of coffee? If you want to show your appreciation and … Continue reading "216 TSP Being Intentional"…
 
Many pr0blems may result from glitches in our time management system. Today’s episode discusses a few ideas that may be helpful to steer us onto a more productive course. How to Encourage the Teach Suzuki Blog and Podcast How about buying me a cup of coffee? If you want to show your appreciation and encouragement … Continue reading "215 TSP The Col…
 
Parents face tough decisions about school this fall 2020. In today’s episode, I interview Matthew Stephens about his company Essentials in Writing and for advice regarding homeschooling. Matthew also provided links and suggestions to find out further information about this topic in order to guide parents who are considering what decisions to make r…
 
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