Resource Links for Teachers:

If you have a valuable resource that you would like to share with other members and teachers in their professional learning, please feel free to send it to professionaldevelopment@cfmta.org

CFMTA Partners

Canadian Music/Composers:

Concerts/Recording (Free online listening):

Evaluation of Method Books

National Examination Systems:

Examinations Systems (Other):

Discussion Forums/Listservs:

  • Canadian Piano Pedagogy Discussion Group: To join the Canadian Piano Pedagogy Discussion Group send an e-mail to: can-pno-ped-subscribe@yahoogroups.com Or if you need further assistance e-mail the list moderator: gregorykchase@gmail.com
  • Piano-L Mailing List - a list for pianists and piano teachers discussing all aspects of performance and pedagogy. To subscribe, send e-mail and put SUBSCRIBE PIANO-L YOUR NAME as body of e-mail to PIANO-L-REQUEST@uamont.edu
  • GROUP-PNO-L - Mailing list devoted to issues specifically related to class piano and group piano instruction. To subscribe, send a message to: listserv@ouvaxa.cats.ohiou.edu with message text: subscribe group-pno-l

Google Books Online:

  • Professional Piano Teaching: A Comprehensive Piano Pedagogy Textbook for ... By Jeanine Mae Jacobson, E. L. Lancaster (Preview): http://books.google.ca/books
  • Practical Piano Pedagogy: The Definitive Text for Piano Teachers and ... By Martha Baker-Jordan (Preview): http://books.google.ca/books

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Music History:

Online Journals (Free access):

Other Music Associations:

Pedagogy:

Practising:

Scores (Free):

Teaching Aids:

Theory and Harmony:

Resources that require a subscription:

Resources for Students:

Composer Games

Compose Your Own Music Games

Ear Training:

Note Naming Games

Rhythm Games

Variety of Games:

Apps for iPhone and iPads (Paid Apps)