This afternoon while searching for more online essays on the collaborative arts, I happened upon a huge, eclectic, and extremely useful site by Martha Beth Lewis. The piano section of her site includes articles on teaching rhythm, note-reading, artistry, technique, practicing, accompanying, and ornamentation. As if that wasn't enough, she also writes many articles on teaching philosophy, studio management, fees, marketing, business tips, copyright, taxes, and what parents should expect from a teacher.
I'm astonished at the breadth of information on Ms. Lewis' site. There is information here for not just piano teachers, but teachers of any branch of music, as well as information on things such as the process of practicing that could be used by professionals as well as students.
And in addition to all that piano information, there are even more sections on Ms. Lewis' site on needlework, chocolate, poodles, and sailing.