Music Teacher's Helper Blog

Week of September 18th Software Announcement

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Hi everyone! It’s Rock again with your weekly software announcements.

This week’s focus is how you do the work you do — do you teach with passion and excitement?  Do you remember being inspired by music, and taking music lessons?

I remember being so inspired to play music when I was young. I was nervous and excited when I visited my music teacher. it’s likely your students are in different levels of this. As you’re working with them, tap into their passion; have fun and be inspiring — you have the honor of shaping their musical future.

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Your teacher homework: find some music you love and listen to it, or play it. Get back in touch with your inspired self. Hopefully, you already are.

We at Music Teacher’s Helper want to help you make your teaching management easier so you can focus on making your difference in the world.

This week’s quote is…

“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.

If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.

Steve Jobs

Here are the software announcements for this week…
  • An issue where teachers in the UTC+12:00 time zone were not getting some lesson reminders or daily summary reports — has been resolved. Thanks to all our New Zealand, and other International teachers, for hanging in there.
  • We’re working behind the scenes to improve the efficiency of the Music Teacher’s Helper software, and to improve our internal processes so we can make your Music Teacher’s Helper experience an even better one.

    If you have any questions for us or have any issues, please reach out to support team at

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