The main prize of this "Butterfly Ball" - 2022 is:
1000 US dollars.
This amount will be awarded to the best certified Soft Mozart Academy teacher, who represented his/her students at the Butterfly Ball 2021-2022.
We nominate for the title of the Best Soft Mozart Teacher for:
- presenting his/her class of students in the Butterfly Ball
- helping with student blogs design
- the total number of performed pieces and videos of students of the class of the nominated teacher
- quality of the published content
- pedagogical success of children - instructors studying in the class of the teacher - nominee
- activity in discussing/reviewing all the performances of the Butterfly Ball - 2022
Please post your comments in this thread.
We'd love to hear from you so we can make the final decision!
Leave your votes here.
We ask you to write only reasoned opinions, and only positive ones.
The Hiner method is based on the ability to praise. Remember this! The deadline for nominations is February 20, 2022.
I nominate Aknm for his professionalism, for his support towards his students and for his participation and comments in the Soft Mozart forums. Thank you very much Aknm from Russia. Here the link teacher Aknm and his student:
We are very happy to announce that Olga Egorova (Moscow, Russia) has been recognized as the Best Teacher of the Butterfly Ball 2022.
The work of Olga Egorova is distinguished by the highest professionalism, the ability to work with children of any age and level of training, respect for her colleagues and the ability to always come to help.
Olga Egorova is an active, caring leader of the Soft Mozart community. She helps both students and colleagues to achieve the best results in work and study.
She is distinguished by a creative approach in preparing the performance of each student, excellent taste in the design of each blog, a sense of tact and a great love for music and children.
Olga Egorova managed to unite the parents of her class, to make them active participants in the learning process.
The pedagogical practice of her students has demonstrated the high level of training of each little "instructor": we see how many more children and adults can be captivated by such music lessons and how many families will find new, exciting leisure activity.
The success of the work of the Soft Mozart Academy is a huge contribution of Olga Egorova, the value of which is difficult to overestimate.
It is especially important that despite her being extremely busy teacher, Olga Egorova always finds time for the development of our community: not a single student was left without her kind commentary and guidance. This is very important quality for our modern time!
We wish Olga health, joy, creative inspiration and many grateful students.