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This podcast in an excerpt from a seminar recorded in 1982 in Chicago.This is a very good starting point for any teacher or student of pedagogy who would like to understand the fundamental philosophy behind the Dr. Robert Pace approach to piano instruction.

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This is the first part of a seven part series presented by reknowned piano education expert Dr. Robert Pace, recorded in front of a live audience of piano instructors at the MTNA convention in Austin, Texas March 2006. In this series "Two Heads Are Better Than One" Dr. Pace presents techniques piano teachers can employ to facilitate peer learning in their lessons. Episode 1: Introduction to peer learning and the diad lesson structure. Episode 2: Intoduction to peer to peer evaluation Episode 3: Example of peer to peer learning through the analysis of a Bach two part invention Episode 4: Further analysis of repertoire using Scarlatti example Episode 5: Haydn example Episode 6: Mendelssohn example Episode 7: Conclusion of peer learning techniques Each episode is 5 to 7 minutes long. Episode 1 Click Green Button to Start
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