Originally scheduled for Saturday, March 28, the Every Child Can!© workshop with master educator Edward Kreitman is in the process of being rescheduled. The new date and time will be posted as soon as plans are set.
Every Child Can!© is an introduction to Dr. Suzuki’s philosophy and its application to Suzuki education. Exploring the elements of the Suzuki approach and its far-reaching goals, it includes an introduction to learning styles, history of the program the role of parents, the importance of Suzuki pedagogical training.
For parents, teachers, prospective teachers and others, this course provides an inspiring, in-depth look at the Suzuki approach to teaching and learning. It is a fast-paced and engaging workshop including video materials and Suzuki-developed courseware, and provides each participant with useful reference materials for later study.
For teachers, ECC serves as the first course in the Suzuki Association of the Americas’ Teacher Development Program.
The cost for the workshop is $180 (includes lunch).
Purchase/register online here, or call 914-395-4507.
Edward Kreitman is the founder and Director of the Western Springs School of Talent Education and the Naperville Suzuki School. Mr. Kreitman received his undergraduate degree from Western Illinois University where he studied Suzuki Pedagogy with Doris Preucil and Almita Vamos. In 1986, he studied at the Talent Education Summer School with Dr. Suzuki in Matsumoto, Japan.
Mr. Kreitman has served the Suzuki Teacher’s Association in many capacities including a member of the Board of Directors, Violin Committee, Teacher Development team and as Coordinator for several National Suzuki Teacher Conferences. Edward Kreitman enjoys an international reputation as a guest clinician at Suzuki institutes and workshops.
Mr. Kreitman is a registered Teacher Trainer of the Suzuki Association of the Americas and is the author of Teaching from the Balance Point: A Guide for Suzuki Parents, Teachers and Students and Teaching with an Open Heart: A Guide for Developing Conscious Musicianship. In 2008, Mr. Kreitman was honored with the Suzuki Chair Award at the American Suzuki Institute.