North Texas Suzuki Association

ECC Course with Sue Baer

  • October 27, 2012
  • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Wilshire Baptist Church Fine Arts Academy 4316 Abrams Rd, Dallas, TX 75214

Cost: $75 per partiipant

EARLY Deadline, September 27 for NTSA members, then we will open it to outside participants.

Please make checks payable to, Irene Mitchell, and send them to:

Irene Mitchell
6458 Dunstan Ln
Dallas TX 75214

Every Child Can! is a one day introductory course on the Suzuki philosophy and its application to education. For parents, teachers, prospective teachers and others, this course privides an inspiring, in-depth look at the Suzuki approach to teaching and learning. For teachers, ECC serves as the first course in the Suzuki Association of the Americas Teacher Development Program.

Audience
It is required for all new Suzuki teachers, but open to non-teachers, prospective teachers, parents, administrators and all others interested in learning about Suzuki approach to education. It is not instrument-specific. Experienced Suzuki teachers are also encouraged to participate for renewed inspiration or review.

Class Size 
Maximum number of participants per class is 30.

Qualifications to Participate
High school graduation completed or within 6 months of graduation, plus age 17 or older. There are no instrument proficiency requirements. (No audition is required.) There will be no auditor status for this course.

Dr. Susan Baer  is a free-lance violinist and violin teacher who currently divides her time between Lubbock, Texas, and Whidbey Island, Washington. Susan is in high demand as a Suzuki clinician throughout the world, and is a registered Suzuki Association of the Americas violin teacher trainer. In her forty years of experience with the Suzuki Method, Susan has run a thriving private studio, co-founded a Suzuki school, organized workshops, taught in a long-term teacher training program, served as area coordinator for four SAA conferences, and served on the Board of Directors of her local foundation. She publishes frequently in the SAA journal, and currently serves on the SAA Board of Directors. Dr. Baer holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree, a Master of Music degree in violin performance, and a Ph.D. in Fine Arts.
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