The Standardized Assessment of Sight Reading (SASR) measures the ability, aptitude, and progress of piano students (and teachers) real and real-time sight reading skills and progress - clearly, accurately, and objectively - over time (please see videos, below).
The Standardized Assessment of Sight Reading (SASR) has literally changed, revolutionized, and quite clearly, "objectified" the 300+ year history of teaching piano performance, namely, sight reading sheet music.
This basic tenant of learning to perform piano can now be accomplished and traced with clear accuracy, and what's even more important, noteworthy, and amazing, is the accomplishment of this task, with intelligent accuracy (see videos, below).
In addition, this standardized assessment allows piano teachers and students to clearly and accurately measure and track student's progress throughout the life, career, and practice of the piano student - and teacher.
300+ Years in the Making
What has formerly been untouchable and unreachable during the past 300+ years of the piano's short history has now been made ready, available, and highly sought after today, through technology made possible through the 100% customizable teacher platform and technology, PianoMarvel.
Why should you adopt the Standardized Assessment of Sight Reading (SASR) into your piano teaching curriculum, and career?
The SASR is already being used in universities, colleges, and teaching studios from around the world, and will continue to be the standard to objectively measure and score student (and teacher's) sight reading skills and a lifetime of progress.
allows piano teachers, professors, and doctorates of the piano to
clearly, instantly, and objectively understand the progress, aptitude, and daily practice habits of students within seconds, at a glance.
The SASR provides an accurate picture of a student pianist's sight reading abilities and skills, in addition to a comparison of other student's scoring, at the same level, to the teacher, at a glance - all with or without the student being present.
Assessment of Sight Reading (SASR) offers additional benefits, never before
achieved in the history of the piano, and its performance artists, professors, teachers, and educators worldwide.
The SASR affords piano teachers and piano professors the opportunity to provide:
SASR scoring is achieved through the use of any MIDI enabled keyboard, digital piano, or better yet, an optical piano teaching and scoring tool, which can be installed in any acoustic piano.
Contact Us for more information to help you to both integrate and to realize the powerful potential of the Standardized Assessment of Sight Reading (SASR) into your piano teaching practice, today.