No “zoo windows” in the lesson rooms
This one goes hand-in-hand with the one, to the left: if you can observe every room, discretely, then you don’t need a giant “zoo window” in every room. This is a big plus for everyone, from the shy adult in voice lessons all the way down to the five-year-old that’s completely distracted by every moving thing in their peripheral vision. Those big windows can sometimes make parents feel better, but for the person taking the lesson they’re distracting at best, and at worst, really intimidating. Our wonderful observation monitors mean that we don’t have to have them. You’re welcome!