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Brittany Glenny

Brittany Glenny


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Brittany Glenny, a recent graduate of Northwestern College in St. Paul, MN, majored in music with an emphasis in piano pedagogy and early childhood music. She has taken piano lessons for twelve years and has taught piano lessons for two years at the Northwestern Academy of Music. She loves to travel, especially when she can visit music history sites. This summer she was a nanny in Berlin, where she put her classroom German to use.


Homeschooling Articles by Brittany Glenny

How to Pick a Piano Teacher Learn to tell a good piano teacher from a bad one and even how to start your own piano teaching business.

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