Welcome to Mr. Corbitt’s blog! Here is where I hope to confide in you some of my favorite tips, facts, and anecdotes. In the coming weeks and months, I will even introduce some guest bloggers who can provide insight into all things music and early childhood.
In the meantime, I should introduce myself. My name is Corbitt Williams. I am from a little town on the Florida Panhandle called Pensacola, and after spending my formative college years in Boston, I moved to New York to follow my dreams of being an actor and singer. Along the way, I ended up teaching some Mommy-and-Me classes by chance, and ever since, the joy of early education kept calling me back. I fell in love with the art of teaching music to little ones and their families, and I decided to carve out a little niche in the great big early childhood industry for myself and my program.
You may read Corbitt and Mr. Corbitt through my blog entries, and you may start to get confused. From here on out, when I am referring to my company, I will call it Mr. Corbitt. When I am referring to myself, I will use my name, Corbitt.
For now, you may want to get to know a little bit more about exactly what Mr. Corbitt is all about. In the following entries, I will address all of your questions by answering the 6 W’s:
Who? Who is behind Mr. Corbitt?
What? What exactly does Mr. Corbitt do?
Where? Where does all of this take place, and where did it come from?
When? When did all of this get started, and when can I have my Mr. Corbitt experience?
How? How do you “teach” infants and toddlers, and how did this whole thing begin?
Why? Why does Mr. Corbitt exist in the first place? What is your raison d’etre?
(Okay, so one of the W’s is actually an H. You get my drift.)
In the next blog post, I will start with the most important question, WHY? In the meantime, explore the Mr. Corbitt website, and feel free to email on our Contact page with any questions or concerns. Thank you for going on this journey with me, and thank you for supporting the musical growth and development of our littlest learners.