Socialize, if it seems appropriate! Go to other teachers' studio recitals. Nothing shows more support than being there in the audience and seeing the students at their best.
If there are problems with a colleague, seek to resolve the problems by addressing them honestly with that colleague. Don't tell 30 other people about the problem first!
Have your students buy sheet music; don't photocopy the music for them. This is how we support composers, arrangers and publishers that make a living by creating wonderful things for us to play! If possible, pass this attitude on to your students and their parents: that we buy the music, especially from a living composer or arranger.
Encourage your students to support each other, not to tear each other down.
Again, stick with the truth, but conspicuously praise their strengths, and encourage them to acknowledge each other. Have them play together. Don't pit the students of your studio against the students in another. Instead, think of ways to have them make music together. Several years ago, I realized that listing "student of so and so" in our graduation recital programmes fostered unhealthy comparisons.
Now we list all the teachers together. We are all responsible for the welfare and success of the students of our school. Supporting one another builds better teaching - and a better world. I agree with all of this.
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It is not an easy task to make a great program that is free of defects. Perhaps one of the most important things is to try our best to correctly spell each and every student's name and list each and every one. I was recently part of some student concerts where there was a nice, simple program but it did not list students at all. First of all, including each participant's name recognizes the effort of each person who performs, and second it makes parents really proud.
Names are important. I also think it is important to thank sponsors, whether it is a school, a manager, a church or other people who help out. A little recognition really improves relationships. Thanks a lot, Laurie!
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