Audiation, Respect, and Learning to Listen: A Lesson on Giving a Lesson

Written by Grace Wong //  “Remember, even if the bow is the only thing you accomplish the first lesson, that is your one point for Parker for the week. Give him only one goal. Then praise him when he follows through!” my mentor cheerily instructed. That’s it? Every Suzuki Music lesson starts with a bow … Continue reading Audiation, Respect, and Learning to Listen: A Lesson on Giving a Lesson

“The AAA of Justice:” What Makes Mentorship Work

Written by Kimani Francois //  One of the most vital acts of justice is mentorship. When I ponder the words “mentor” or “mentorship,” the words that come to mind are: wise counsel, experience, knowledge, and advice. The definition of mentorship is “a relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps guide a less … Continue reading “The AAA of Justice:” What Makes Mentorship Work