MUS 6539 – Practicum in Piano Pedagogy
Dr. Michael Rushing
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Master of Music in Piano Pedagogy degree, or consent of instructor
Credit hours: 1
Location: Aven 203
Required Materials: No required text
Office hours by appointment
Piano pedagogy interns will teach piano to pre-college students, adult hobby students, and/or college music majors and non-music majors in private and/or group settings. Students will receive weekly evaluation of teaching assignments through feedback from piano pedagogy faculty and self-evaluation of videotaped lessons.
This course is designed to meet the teaching internship requirement of the Master of Music Degree in Piano Pedagogy and the Master of Music in Piano Performance.
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