I base classes on theory and practice. Music Theory is strait forward. Practice lessons are learning to play popular songs on guitar. The actual stage experience makes me a real thing compared to others. The classes are meant for beginners, intermediate and advance.
I teach guitar as a stress relieving tool. I insist my students block out the world and get lost in the realm of creation and diversity. Practicing and playing guitar is equivalent to meditation if done correctly.
My teaching methods are whatever you feel like learning whether it's scales, chords, or just freeform jamming. We could also discuss music and see where you we go from there sometimes its great to see what you are into rather than what you wanna play.
I like to start with a fun piano course such as the Alfred's all in one piano method. Then I can add the RC repertoire if the student wishes to learn that method later on. I like to teach children and adults theory and music pieces on piano.
My teaching methods vary depending on the client. Sometimes I will teach a client a full hour guitar lesson, whereas some prefer to do 30 minutes guitar, and 30 minutes of theory.
The first thing I say to a student is that there are only twelve notes in music that you need to remember. As cynical as that may seem, I find it is the most effective way to help a student understand what it is that makes music so special. My goal as a teacher is then to show the student how to use these twelve notes to achieve the sound they want.
Our first step together will be to set very specific and attainable goals. Each goal will have a number of milestones assigned to it so that we can measure progress and watch our learning and learning ability grow. Exploring student topics of interest is one of the ways structure can be applied to the learning process.
My approach to teaching relies on learning one song at a time and incorporating all the musical concepts within into the lesson. That way, after one song is learnt, the student will have a variable number of chords, techniques and riffs under his/her belt. By dissecting the song, it helps the student to visualize and understand the theory behind each passage.
I have a course blocked out for students, but each student is unique and the lessons will be adjusted to needs and abilities of the student.The students will learn the notes on the frets and be able to read chord charts.
my teaching is based on the students needs flexible and openminded my teaching is based on the students needs flexible and openminded my teaching is based on the students needs flexible and openminded my teaching is based on the students needs flexible and openminded
My structure is pretty simple, I teach one technique at a time and we learn to implement it in a simple progression, master it and move on to a more advanced one as any teacher would do! I tend to push further and give you things to practice your fingers, I can also teach off my time whenever you need as we keep contact! I will share tabs to practice what can't be thought from a webcam to webcam...
I try to have some structure and have each lesson directly related to the final goal of learning the basics on guitar. i also dont mind just being there and helping out if you are learning your own personal songs from the internet.
I will base my classes off of where my students interests are. What genres they are interested in and what they want to do. Starting off with the basics, and getting their fingers used to pressing into the strings. Teaching them how to properly stretch their hands allowing full motion. Slowly moving them into basic music theory and scales.
I will approach our lessons by getting to know you and your musical preferences / skills and then figuring out what YOU want to learn. I will not teach you musical theories and complicated subjects off the bat we just want to get you playing.
Usually, I will gauge the student's skills first. From there if the student is a complete beginner we would start to with the fundamentals (finger placement, stretching and dexterity exercises), in the same lesson we would also go over some Chord shapes and/ scales.
I tailor lessons to individual student needs and goals. Some students want to learn songs, some need yo learn theory, some want to learn to improvise; I guide people to reach their musical goals with directed instruction and useful course material.
My teaching methods are a combination of showing and you doing. We will always go at your own pace (always trying to push forward but keeping in line with not being overwhelmed). We will always start with the basics and ensure you will have a complete grasp on the tasks at hand.
my methods are to teach you whatever songs you wanna learn on the guitar by teaching you how to play chords. A typical class would be me figuring out where you are musically and then finding out what songs you wanna learn and teaching them to you.
My teaching methods are based on how I got to where I am today so quickly and at a such a young age. I have been through the learning process and know what works and what doesn't. I know what it takes and what needs to be done to efficiently get to your desired level of playing as fast as possible while keeping it highly enjoyable and fresh.
I am patient and encouraging with my students and teaching is my passion. I believe you can only build on a solid foundation. So the goal is giving the students a foundation that they can build upon on their own.
My teaching methodology is to push students to the best of their ability while also maintaining a fun enviroment. In other words...
I just teach hands on with guitars right away. I'll show all the shortcuts to getting good at guitar and will teach basic music theory and notation.
Depending on the age of the student, I start with basic chord fingerings and charts to learn CAGE first position chords. I also like to talk with the student about music, and to teach them songs that they are interested in.
I found out where my students' interests are and work from there. I can get involved teaching most kinds of music to keep the students motivated. Once I find out the type of music they enjoy it is more fun for them.
I base my lessons on your abilities and the interest you have and time and effort you are willing to put into it. I provide my own learning guides and information as well as urls and links for you to use on your own personal time.
Each students has different talents my job is to bring that talent out. I start a plan according to individual student's passion and time. Watch the students growth and help in any difficulty on their path being a successful guitar player.
Really all depends on who I'm teaching. If im teaching a beginner, we start from the first steps. I like to teach everybody differently, because everyone has their own way of understanding. It also depends on where they are in guitar playing.
I stress on proper technique in terms of holding the guitar as it is a mistake i made early on, and took a while to correct. I also cannot stress enough the importance of consistent practice sessions for at least 15 minutes a day.
Less music theory. Circle of 5ths can wait when learning the practical and fundamental basics of the instrument. Tuning, restringing and instrument care are important. Sharing the common chord progressions and retaling to many genres. 500 songs have the same 3 chords. Hands on method with focus on technique and fundamentals. TAB and chords from music books reading as well.
My approach is to facilitate an environment where the student feels comfortable enough to be open about what it is that THEY wish to learn, and to then work towards accomplishing those goals at a pace that’s congruent with the students comfort-zone.
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Perfect! Comment from my 13-year-old son (Sean's student): "My teacher, Sean, has done a good job of teaching me how to analyze music in my opinion. He asks me questions to make sure I understand what we’re doing as well as answering any questions I have....
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