My teaching methods depend on the topic I am teaching, for music theory, I use a mixture of games and memory cards to help the student memorize and learn each part of music, for clarinet and vocal I'll be teaching the very basics before continuing onto more advanced things
Lesley Andrew - Philosophy of pedagogy Teaching is my passion. I feel it is my responsibility as a pedagogue to impart the knowledge, skills and information needed for students to pursue and accomplish goals, while leading each student to feel comfortable, safe and confident in the learning setting.
Je base mon enseignement sur la confiance, le jeu et la pédagogie. La musique doit être d'abord et avant tout une passion et un intérêt. Je développe les aptitudes de l'élève en me basant sur ses forces et faiblesses, puis j'adapte mon cours en fonction. La communication élève-professeur(e) est très important pour moi.
I am a very understanding and approachable teacher. I have a lot of experience with kids, and understand that patience is incredibly important. I follow a structured plan, but allow for flexibility with students. I take students' interests and base my lessons according to what they enjoy the most.
I like to tailor my classes to the student, and give a unique leading experience based on what they want to achieve. On the first class, I'll go over their goals and what they hope to get out of the class. Many people will teach their students classical singing, and not take into consideration the reason the student wanted lessons in the first place.
I am open to the learning needs of each particular student. Generally working from the less formal basics, making sure the student understands in their own way, and building from there. Not strictly technical or classical leaning, more learning in their own level and style, while developing a love and proficiency for the musical arts.
I am quite flexible with the repertoire a student would like to follow, and am able to support the student in whichever direction they would like to go. For aspiring classical musicians, I usually point them towards the Royal Conservatory Program and work towards mastery and understanding of the works presented.
These classes are meant for the young learners interested in becoming new musicians. I am not teaching how to play an instrument, but if you are struggling to learn how to read music or music theory that I can help with.
Everybody has there own sound let me help you find yours. Weather a beginner or a Clapton we can all advance in music theory and method. With practise practicing and some practise we can have you playing any song you'd like.
The idea of my lessons is to enable children and adults identify their authentic voice and tone, and be comfortable with their idiosyncracies. I derive immense joy seeing young children growing with confidence after each class. A typical class with me starts with assessing improvement with repect to previous class. I use measurable charts, which if used effectively, students can see real results.
My typical teaching methods for my students is basically showing them instructional materials which will make them participate with the class and at the same time will show interest in our lesson. my classes will be meant for pre-school to grade school children.
For college preparation exams, 'The Barbara Harris' books are a must as they cover all aspects of basic rudiments in one source. For classical guitar: Aaron Shearer method, the R.C.M. grades 1-10 and scale book and supplementary exercises not in the books (eg, 120 Guiliani studies for guitar).
I can provide service on Weekends, too I do not charge much and it is more like having fun and getting involved in the community and the Kitchener/Waterloo area as a newcomer.
I think the most important thing is making students to interest in the piece they learn. Because only they have interests, they can study better. So I'll try to motivate them, including introducing background information, let them singing and listening some songful songs.
Theaching is lovely work for me. Because you pave the way for learning music. You can grow up a musician who is your successor. And of course you learn more at the same time. i approach to stuudent so patioantly. Because The student should be traunqil.
When approaching a new topic or concept I try to break it down into steps and build as I go. Everyone learns differently and I am very flexible in terms of techniques, the way I explain things, and resource tools.
BCCM multiple piano Awards 2011-2017 winner teaching classes in BC playing since 30 years with experience in all levels BCCM multiple piano Awards 2011-2017 winner teaching classes in BC playing since 30 years with experience in all levels BCCM multiple piano Awards 2011-2017 winner teaching classes in BC playing since 30 years with experience in all levels
When I teach theory, I like to start off with having a keyboard around. I believe that the best way to start learning theory is by learning the notes and how to locate them. After doing that, we will start by slowly learning the key signatures and, etc,. I believe that I am a flexible person, so if the students need to have the course at a slower pace, then I am more than happy to comply.
My technique is simple since I go with the conviction that every person can be taught if we apply the right method. This means discovering firstly, how the child perceives information received and transmit by hearing, seeing and touching, which are the three educational senses.
I believe everyone should at least have a chance to discover their passion for music, I usually have students work on both playing and theory to understand more than the notes!
I believe in allowing a student to guide their own learning. This means that I am flexible to work with a student to provide them with the most rewarding and engaging education to truly foster a passion and appreciation for music. I believe in strongly encouraging a student to become as devoted to practice and learning as they can be, in the ways that will best suit themselves.
I train the ear so you don't require notation to play music. I can also teach by notation but would rather train your ear first.
My teaching method is choosing the right learning path and lessons which matchs the purpose and level of my students, understanding their learning styles and providing them the best tools to learn
Theory and practicals go side by side.
My teaching methods are warm and lively ...
I use various teaching methods depending on the student's ability to understand and grasp the information. It's not only a fun experience but also very useful for beginners that are passionate about music.
I have a student-centered approach to teaching, focused on implementing a personalized curriculum to best meet the student's needs. I am an energetic and passionate musician, and I always focus on encouraging and motivating my students. I believe in setting goals but also teaching at the student's pace.
I give an opportunity to awaken music in you and guide you to achieve your personal goals using my years of experience and individual methods for each and every student.
I base my teaching strategies off those that have worked for me, and then adapt them to each individual's needs.
I focus on establishing strong foundation. I will incorporate fun pieces into my lesson plan for students, so learning won't be boring.
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