After over 20 years of teaching experience in music. Sarah Wagstaff has a  BS degree in psychology and music and a teaching certificate. She has extensive experience working with children of all ages.

Sarah Wagstaff plays multiple instruments and is always learning a new one, her most recent being organ. She has had years of training on flute, piano, violin, and voice.

Sarah Wagstaff keeps active in her local chapter of The National Music Teachers Association and The Suzuki Association of the Americas. Both groups have teacher meetings, student activities and student competitions.

Sarah Wagstaff often teaches at local schools, working with students as a class and on an individual level. She also writes books. She enjoys swimming and spending time with her family.

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  1. Alexander Zwick

    Hi. I saw that you had reviewed a book on education, and was wondering if you’d be willing to read and review mine on Amazon as well. I’ve temporarily lowered the price of the kindle version on Amazon so it’s free.

    Would you be interested? There’s really no catch. I’m just trying to get reviews from people who have reviewed books on similar topics.

    The book is called Classroom Management: The Child Whisperer: Classroom Management Through Calmness and Consequences by me, Alexander Zwick. It’s a very quick read (under 100 pages) and gets right to the techniques that I have used in the classroom.

    Either way, please let me know by replying to this e-mail. I’m grateful for your time and consideration!

    The link is: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0196WUKK2

    Alexander Zwick


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