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by Bernd G. Schleicher - Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 08:16 PM
  First in our Help Forums. All Questions will be answered as fast as possible. Should it not be enough to communicate in writing, itīs possible to appoint a video-chat session. Video-chat is an extra charged service available within tutoring.

by Bernd G. Schleicher - Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 08:15 PM
  A big advance of the course is having it done from home. Without time pressure, arround the clock and always at the own keyboard. The biggest advance however is the structure of the course itself. There is actually no uncontrolled practicing between two keyboard lessons. The student does always practice under instruction and control of the computer. It is almost impossible to study mistakes.

by Bernd G. Schleicher - Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 08:14 PM
  No! Learning piano is completely different from learning electronic keyboard. With the piano, the left hand plays a much more important role as it does with the electronic keyboard. Within Basic Course the left hand is limited to be teached on how to play chords. Not enough for a piano player. Who wants to learn playing the piano should consult with a piano teacher.

by Bernd G. Schleicher - Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 08:13 PM
  Definitely Yes! During the test period before introducing the course, I introduced it to the students at my local keyboard school. All of them did it wis enthusiasm. It seems to be very motivating for kids to work with computers. It was impressing successful. With this course, all in a sudden, some students were able to overcome with problems we fighted for month. One reason I see is a psychological one. If a keyboard instructor permanentely insists on correct counting for example, the student becomes just nerved. If a computer does it instead of a teacher, the student will accept it, just because a computer canīt do it better. The student practically doesnīt even regognize he/she is forced to do it right. My experience regarding the course and children are positiv at all.

by Bernd G. Schleicher - Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 08:13 PM
  Honestly! How big is the influence a teacher has over a student doing his or her homework? It should be interest and fun driving a student, not the teacher. Certainly, kids need sometimes to be reminded doing their work. However, this is parents job. Independent of taking keyboard lessons with or without teacher. More usefull as force and pressure is parents showing interest for the hobby of their children - and applause. Not only for children goes: Success is teaching best! With Keyboardschool24 the student can always feel going forward. This brings the motivation needed to keep on busy going.

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