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Susan Harris is a piano teacher and pianist. She began studying the piano in England, at the age of seven, later receiving a BA (Hons) music degree and then a Post Grad in Music Education from Reading University. As well as her degree in music and Post Grad in Education, Susan is a Licentiate of the Guildhall School of Music, London.  For many years Susan taught in schools including orchestra and choir, as well as piano. Her Ofsted reports rated her as ‘Outstanding’.

Being a teacher for 30 years, Lesson Plans are a basic necessity before entering the classroom. I'll explain why and how we create them. I recently started training as a Pilates instructor for my personal growth. When creating lesson plans, my trainer was effusive about how I had devised them. This comes from many years of teaching - it's almost second nature for me. In this talk, I'll explain how you can share your knowledge effectively - basically training people in the concepts that you want them to learn. As I have discovered, you will also learn how to reinforce your own learning for new subjects by preparing lesson plans to teach others.

2018 November 10 - 10:45
50 min
Room 3184
No experience required

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