Amount of participants: 38

Countries: 13

USA 12 31.57%
UK 1 2.63%
Russia 7 18.42%
Ukraine 7 18.42%
Norway 1 2.63%
Slovakia 1 2.63%
Israel 2 5.26%
Germany 2 5.26%
Mexico 1 2.63%
Thailand 1 2.63%
Canada 1 2.63%
Costa Rica 1 2.63%
Spain 1 2.63%

Question 1: Are you teaching Soft Mozart to teach or to learn by yourself

Amount of answers 38
Teach 37
Teach and learn 1

Question 2 : Did you receive ‘Soft Mozart’ training and certification?

Amount of answers 38
Yes 27 71.05%
No 11 28.94%

Question 3: Do you think, training and certification is important in teaching ‘Soft Mozart’ system?

Amount of answers 37
Yes 28 73.68%
No 2 5.26%
Don’t know 7 18.42%

Question 4: How many years have you used the program?

Amount of answers 38
Minimum – Maximum 1-5
Average time 2 years

Question 5: If you are a music educator, what degree do you have?

Amount of Answers 38
Bachelor 12 31.57%
Master 15 39.47%
Doctorate 3 7.89%
N/A 8 21.05%

Question 6: You use Soft Mozart with the following level student

Amount of answers 56
Intermediate 20 35.71%
Beginner 34 60.71%
Advanced 2 3.57%

Question 7: How many students do you teach with Soft Mozart?

Amount of answers 34
Minimum 1
Maximum 150
Average 16

Question 8: Do you teach multiple students at the same time?

Amount of answers 29
Yes 14 48.27%
No 15 51.72%

Question 9: If the answer to Question 8 is Yes, how many?

Amount of answers 15
Minimum 2
Maximum 11
Average 4.26

Question 10: What is their age range?

Amount of answers: 33
Minimum 2 year old
Maximum 82 year old

Question 11: Did Soft Mozart help you to improve your studio?

Amount of answers 35
Yes 29 82%
No 1 2.85%
N/a 5 14.28%

Question 12: You use Soft Mozart

all the time 6 16.21%
most of the time 19 51.35%
sometimes 12 32.43%
not at all 0
Amount of answers 37

Question 13: On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being the most favorable) how do you think Soft Mozart helped you/your children/your students to develop musical ear and memory?

Amount of answers 36
Average 8.77

Question 14: On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being the most favorable) how do you think Soft Mozart helped you/your children/your students to develop a love for making music?

Amount of answers 36
Average 8.86

Question 15: Which method is your preferred method of teaching beginner students?

Amount of answers 44
Traditional 10 22.72%
Soft Mozart 33 75%
Other 1 (own) 1 2.27%

Question 16: On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being most favorable) do you believe Soft Mozart can help improve public and/or private school music curriculum?

Amount of answers 36
Average 9.41

Question 17: Please rate effectiveness (10 being the most effective) of the following methods of teaching beginner students to read and play music on the piano in terms of time and proficiency.

Traditional

Answers 35
Time  average 4.77
Proficiency average 5.74

Soft Mozart

Answers 35
Time average 8.97
Proficiency average 9.2

Other

Answers 12
Time average 5.66
Proficiency average 5.66 5.91

Question 18: Do you think Soft Mozart motivates students to learn music literacy?

Answers 38
Yes 38
No 0

Question 19: Do you have students who have not successfully learned to play and read music with Soft Mozart?

Answers 36
Yes 4 11.11%
No 32 88.88%

Question 20: How many lessons does an average beginning student of yours usually take before he/she is ready to proficiently play at the first recital?

Please indicate the estimate as it pertains to your previous experience with the traditional method as well as with Soft Mozart

Amount of answers 24
Traditional method  average : 25. 87
Soft Mozart average: 10.45

Question 21: How did you find out about “Soft Mozart”?

Amount of answers 38
Internet related 28
Personal recommendation 9
Book for educators 1

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