Teacher Training – 2022 Certificate III (Modules 1 & 2 – Philosophy and Parent Education)
|Date||Sunday 3rd April, 2022 to Saturday 9th April, 2022|
|Time||online 9:30am (AEST) - 3:30pm (includes 30mins lunch break) each day|
|Note||Sunday 3 April 2022 & Saturday 9 April 2022|
Course Dates: Online 9:30am (AEST) – 3:30pm (includes 30 minute lunch break)
Module 1 - Philosophy Sunday 3rd April 2022 (5 hours)
Module 2 - Parent Education Saturday 9th April 2022 (5 hours)
(Please note that this online event will only go ahead if a minimum number of enrolments is reached)
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Further details of session topics, any instructions and the zoom link will be emailed after the office has received your enrolment.
MODULE 1: PHILOSOPHY OF SUZUKI TALENT EDUCATION
Deepening understanding of and constant engagement with the Suzuki philosophy is at the heart of Suzuki teaching and being a Suzuki teacher.
As well as dedicated philosophy training days, Suzuki philosophy is woven throughout the training.
Trainees will demonstrate their understanding, engagement with Suzuki philosophy. They will show an understanding of several key concepts of Suzuki philosophy and how they apply to the educating of children.
Suzuki Philosophy Essay – 1500 words.
Essay Topic: Describe Dr Suzuki’s philosophy and methodology with special reference to Suzuki’s motivation for developing this form of education, the mother tongue approach, the role of parents in Talent Education.
MODULE 2: PARENT EDUCATION METHODS
Communicating the Suzuki philosophy to parents is a key role of a Suzuki teacher in the Suzuki Triangle and developing this skill is ongoing for all Suzuki teachers.
Trainees will receive specific training about how to communicate with parents and specific strategies that can be employed in different situations.
Trainees will show an understanding of how to communicate the philosophy to parents in a variety of ways.
Written Assignment: Parent Information Document – 1000 words. This document should contain a brief explanation of the Suzuki Method; the parent’s role; studio rules; practice hints.