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What's different about Forte Music Lessons

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In a Forte lesson at Kimberlystic, children use our unique Whole Body Learning aprroach which helps them learn quicker and remember more easily.  What you'll notice in lessons is that children will...

  • Sing and do actions to internalise learning before moving to the piano.  This scaffolds the learning and provides a postive succession of little wins along the way.

  • Students remember better, because the more neural pathways engaged in learning, the stronger the memory.

  • Sing & play with music tracks and video clips which acceleartes learning and develops a raft of skills, especially the ability to play in time and follow the music and it's fun!

Current neuroscience research shows that using embodied and multimodal learning strategies (Whole Body Learning ) helps students learn more efficiently and remember more effectively.

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More about Whole Body Learning....

Whole Body Learning teaching method is a combination of mult-sensory (including visual, auditory, and kinesthetic) and multi-modal where students move to different locations in the room, use backing tracks and other resources like percussion in the learning process.

Multi-sensory and Multi-modal learning has been proven to be the most brain-friendly way to learn

Progress is Quicker

Groups continuously move forward, so it's not surprising that we find students typically progress faster.  The momentum that groups have provides a natural motivation to practise.

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We learn Better in a Group

Research shows that we learn as much from others as we do from a teacher, and we learn best when we are relaxed & having fun!

Develop More Musical Skills

There's more to learning music than playing notes on the piano.  A group student can develp so many more skills

  • ensemble playing: The ability to play in time with others is an important skill that pianoists often struggle with.

  • playing games to develop rhythm and theory accelerates and deepens learning and is more fun with teammates

  • singing: the key to developing musical skills.  Singing is easier, more collaborative and fun when with others.

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Learning is More Fun in a Group

We are social beings and studies around the world continue to reveal that learning with others is the best the environment ofall!!

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