Directed by Brenna Berman, Golandsky Institute Certified Master Teacher of the Taubman Approach
Our goal is to provide quality Taubman Approach pedagogical training to all dedicated teachers interested in receiving Taubman Approach certification. Teaching the Taubman Approach is a challenging endeavor and requires a large commitment of time and effort. There are many steps to becoming a teacher who can fully retrain and equip their students. This program is intended to recognize teachers at each significant step along the way with Effortless Artistry Music Certification levels.
To be accepted in the program, the teacher must have completed their own Taubman Approach re-training with a Golandsky Institute faculty member, and has demonstrated fluency in assessing and executing Taubman Approach tools in repertoire such as: rotation, in and out, walking arm and hand, shape, grouping, leaping, staccato technique, tone production, and voicing, among others.
We recommend that teachers interested in pursuing EAM certification bring students an average of once per month or more, even though the program requires less. The challenge of teaching the Taubman Approach is having to personalize the program depending on the style, history, and personality of each student. This only becomes possible after having worked with many students, and after seeing your own students work with Master Taubman Approach teachers many times.
Effortless Artistry Music Certification helps teachers train their students in the Taubman Approach. We hope they continue their teacher training in the Golandsky Institute Certification program as well, but EAM certification does not guarantee acceptance into the Golandsky Institute Certification program.
Details on Certification Levels is available! Inquire about the program.