The purpose of the transition is to take the pieces of your lesson flow that flesh out your learning objectives and find the connecting thread to tie it all together.

Anne Mileski

Transitions are one of those things that (1) seems awfully intimidating at the beginning, and (2) turns into an absolutely essential part of your music teaching once you see the magic they can create.

So if you’ve ever wanted to know more about transitions in your music lesson plan and why you should make them a part of your planning process, today’s podcast episode is 100% for you. We aren’t just talking about what transitions are, but how they can help your lesson truly flow.

Here’s a few things I share on today’s episode

(1) What transitions actually are
(2) The 5 different ways transitions can help your music lessons
(3) The three things you should include in a successful transition


If you’re ready to FINALLY streamline and simplify your lesson planning, this is the workshop for you! Choose the best time from the dropdown below (note the timezones!)

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