Hi, im new to this forum, im sorry in advance for my long message
Im a first year "classical" composition student and I've been playing the piano for more than three years, which is not that long, but since I made the decision of going with music all the way and since I was an adult beginner with a lot of drive and love for the "craft", I was doing 5-7 hour practice sessions every day, and I pretty much breathe music 24 hours a day.
today Im at a good level of playing and understanding of the material and for a very long time Ive been wanting to teach.
Im sure that I can do a good job, because first, I really want to teach and I have a lot of respect for the role that a teacher plays in a life of a student, and second, I know that I can devote myself and give a 100% in order to pass on the joy of music and playing.
My problem is that im a little afraid of taking the responsibility of someone's future.
I feel that I cant really garuntee a student that I wont make mistakes as an inexperienced teacher.
on the other hand, experience wont form on its own, and maybe I should just read all I can read about the diffrent approaches of piano teaching and dive in, prefecting my swimming as I go along....
I would love to hear your inputs, and get some recommendations for good pedagogy books.