Thanks for contributing. It's helped me understand the issues.
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Your post captures the issue perfectly!
AFAICT you've covered all the bases with this answer!
03 März 2015 08:04 | 0bs20zOqBnyr
I have exactly what info I want. Check, please. Wait, it's free? Awesome!
Insights like this liven things up around here.
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This piece was a lifejacket that saved me from drowning.
A bit surprised it seems to simple and yet useful.
06 Februar 2015 03:12 | OCpmoJ58
I need help! We are trying to bring about chngeas to our current Before/After care program, particularly in the evening. We have K-5 from 3:30-6pm and parents picking up any time.Our current teacher is convinced that curriculum is impossible. The children get outside play and homework time, but after that it is all free play with no learning going on. I don't have experience with this type of program in particular, but I believe we could be doing so much more. Can you help me with types of schedules we might do or a sample lesson plan?We are looking for a new teacher who will be open to change.Thank you!
06 Februar 2015 02:41 | qX3tA3Np
Hi all, new to banjo (and here) but been playing gatiur for the last 20 years (admittedly quite badly, but i get by). I have various gatiurs from teles to les pauls and 12 string acoustics. Now i own a banjo as well .only trouble im having is finding a local teacher to point me in the right direction. Living in Fife, Scotland and i cant find anyone nearby.Can anyone help?thanks guys
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