Dear Dip list
After doing DipABRSM teaching several years ago, I feel I'm ready to take the plunge for LRSM. I have a couple of fabulous young ladies working towards G8 and G6 now and I'd be really silly not to go for it.
Can any who have gone before advise about the best way to capture the teaching practice video?
I'm tempted to record *loads* of lessons - on the basis that we'll all get used to having the camera rolling and not be fazed by it. Then to review the whole lot and pick the best of the bunch for the final edit. (And hoping that hubby will muck in with reviewing hours and hours of flute lessons .... ) I confess I've not tried it yet, but I have a sneaky feeling that some of my pupils (and me too) will freak out a bit to start with. So I am hoping that if the camera is there for several weeks, we'll get used to it. (Hmm maybe not)
Can anyone shed any pearls of wisom on the most effective way to do the recordings? Has anyone had any teen strop / frustration / etc on their videos? I think this is my point. It happens, does't it? Or are all the recorded lessons meant to be stage managed down to the last detail. I can't buy that, I can't see that ever working ...
Looking forward to hearing your wise thoughts