1. More Intense,Personal Voices Delivered via Network
Network helps shape the individual identity as a piano teacher
(1) Know & Improve Oneself
- An Event for Newcomers Enhances Self-Awareness
- Knowing How You Play Changes How You Teach
- Find Suitable Seminars from 500 to Improve Various Skills
(2) Shape & Express Oneself
- Conceptualized Programs for Recording Concerts
- Sharing Personal Experiences with a Wider Audience
- STEP Encourages Teachers to Perform, Create, Research
(3) Share & Connect Each Other
- Teachers'Matching Service Applies 360-Degree Feedback
2.How Do We Cultivate In-depth, Multiple Views?
(1) Versatile Skills for Teachers
- Interdisciplinary Learning is Increasing
- Survey it! Music Mapping on Piano Encyclopedia
- Analyze it! Gaining One's Own Perspective
- Create it! Arrangement Techniques for Teachers
- How Did They Teach Gold Medalists?
- A Guidebook Shows Roadmap to Competitions
(2) Education for Early Childhood
- Group Stage Performances Nurture Self-Identity?
- Not a Competition, but Final Concert for Grade A2
3. Competition for Learning & Social Contribution
(1) For In-depth Learning
- Ryota Yamazaki, Youngest Grand Prize Winner Ever
- Special Categories for Teenagers!
- Branch Concerts featuring Past Grand Prize Winners
- STEP, as Rehearsals and Reviews of Competitions
(2) For Social Contribution
- Contributions via Mobile Phone from Halls
- Piano Room Sharing Service Helps Finalists
- Arrange a Concert in Vienna for Two Grand Winners
- CrossGiving, Successfully Funded
- The 2nd IFPS in Tokyo!
(3) Prizes & Awards
4. Special Feature
- Continuation Is the Key to Improvement
- PTNA Passport Keeps Record of All Performances