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Glory St Germain’s Ultimate Music Theory

Posted by Team APATA | Apr 8, 2021

Meet Glory St Germain

Founder and creator of the Ultimate Music Theory programs and The Global Healing Power of Music Summit dedicated to ‘Enriching Lives Through Music Education’.

Coming from a family of entertainers it was a given that Glory and her siblings would learn music as naturally as learning to walk and talk. Glory understands however that not everyone has that kind of introduction to music.

Teaching young children, Glory found the resources quite challenging for them. So, she became an author, writing a program for learning music through all stages, no matter what style – be it classical, jazz, pop etc.

Glory became a speaker delivering her program to teachers all around the world but common questions kept popping up:

  • How do you teach music theory?
  • How can we generate income from teaching?
  • How do we communicate effectively and understand our student’s learning style?

Helping people to teach music theory effectively was the lightbulb moment for Glory. Here is where she incorporated Neuro Linguistic Programing [NLP] into her education.

NLP = Understanding how people think and how you need to communicate to get the results you need.

There are 3 types of learners.

  1. Visual
  2. Auditory
  3. Kinesthetic

When you engage in these three modalities as a teacher your students will learn faster. After all, “If a student can’t learn from the way you teach, maybe you should teach the way the child learns.”

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