I prefer a flexible form of classes - via webcam. We can start learning from the very beginning, or we can discuss and solve your problems and questions in, music theory together. I do help with lyrics and have some nice tips on how to improve you as a lyricist.
I want my students to achieve their personal goals, whether it is to learn a simple song to sing to, pass Royal Conservatory of Music Exams, or learn any new techniques to expand and grow as a musician.
My teaching methods are aimed towards sparking interest within the student for the subject matter, which includes relating it to their own experiences, and making it as fun and enjoyable as possible. Our job as teachers is to spark and foster curiosity in the students, and to make the education process feel meaningful for students.
My teaching methods are flexible according to the needs of the student. As long as the student has an open mind and voice they'd love to work with, we are all set to go! I can teach half hour lessons or one hour lessons (or more if required) every week.
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.
I am very detail-oriented, patient and flexible. I base my classes on four core principles that I believe are necessary for a positive learning environment: 1. Making sure we're enjoying ourselves and growing at the same time. 2. Making sure we're both learning from each other, as a student and as a teacher. 3.
As a teacher, I like to find out the music goals of my student and design a plan to accommodate their wishes. In the case of school age children, I would discuss a suitable for them program with parents.
I teach solely based on the student and what they excel in and strive to find a balance, ease and joyful approach to learning.
My teaching philosophy is to take a student centred learning approach, first I like to understand how you learn and then I can tailor my lessons around you to give you the optimal learning environment. In a lesson setting, I like to discuss sources of inspiration, personal challenges and how to practice smart in order to achieve your goals.
I believe that when the teacher is inspiring, the student becomes inspired. With my professional degrees, and much experience in teaching, I am sure I can offer you something useful. I customize my lessons to the student's needs, based on what they want to accomplish. I specialize in beginners.
As a teacher I have held a studio since 2012, and have studied the methodologies of Kato Havas, Paul Roland, and Mimi Zweig. I am also an accredited teacher in the Suzuki method, and have trained with Paule Barselou, and Dr. Katie Schlaikjer. I have completed violin and theory exams in the RCM method and I am able and willing to prepare students for these accreditations.
My first priority is getting to the heart of each student's strengths, weaknesses, and goals so that they can practice and perform as effectively and enjoyably as possible. From building foundations in rudiments and technique, to fine-tuning an audition or concert piece, I am committed to providing my students with the tools and guidance they need to play the most beautiful music they can.
I work around the individual needs and requirements of a particular student. every lesson plan is hands-on, and tailored in a way to be most productive for the individual. I will create a syllabus for the student, and I always work at a pace/rate in which I feel the student can progress at a successful rate, in a safe and encouraging environment.
I'm a Suzuki-certified Violin teacher. I was trained with Suzuki trainers from around the globe (since 2008: Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, USA, Italy, Taiwan, Korea, and Switzerland). It's really nice to get trainers / teachers from different background, so I know quite few approaches and methods. In Bachelor, I've got a great Russian Violin professor.
The schedule of lessons depends on the goal and the level of the student. Usually, the beginning of the class will be focused on technique. This will allow the students to warm up before playing their repertoires. If students have the ability, the will be given an opportunity to perform at a recital, prior to their goal.
I believe music is best transmitted as a whole. I strive to ensure that you, as my student, are well-rounded in all areas: technique, ear training, sight reading, memory, musicianship and theory. I am passionate about sharing my love of music with others. I believe that there is a musician in everyone and my door is open to anyone, no matter their age or musical background.
My teaching method is a combination of rhythm, harmony, music theory, and other music fun. Since music is my passion I pass along this passion to students by the approach I take in teaching. Making learning fun is important so it's an enjoyment not a drudgery. Establishing happy habits is also an encouraging and supportive way to see progress. It also empowers students.
My main teaching manifesto is to teach whatever the student is wishing to learn. We will spend lesson time on whatever interests you the most. If you just want to learn songs and work on basic chords Im happy to indulge you but if you want to take a more well rounded approach and learn theory and note reading Im more than able to accommodate that as well.
I would like to start off with how to place hands on the keyboard and then slowly teach the students to read the staff and music. 1. Ask them why they choose to learn this instrument and try to get their interests 2. Demonstrate how to place their hands on the keyboard and explain how and why it is placed this way 2.
My teaching method is simple: teach for the student. As important as it is to me that my students advance musically, it's just as important that they enjoy learning and have a positive association with music. Everyone learns differently, so this will vary person to person.
I teach music and theory concurrently to help ensure students understand key concepts and ideas using a gradual progression of difficulty. Interspersed with regular lessons is the opportunity for students to pick what they'd like to do next such as for auditions, contests and concerts, or simply just for fun.
My main approach to teaching is based on positive reinforcement. Different people have different learning curves (i.e. some people learn fast while other learn at a more steady pace).
I use the authority, demonstrator and facilitator method. The demonstrator retains the formal authority role by showing students what they need to know. The facilitator promotes self-learning and help students develop critical thinking skills and retain knowledge that leads to self-actualization.
I base my classes on giving the student the technique and skills that they require in order to play the pieces they would like to play. Every student is different and the lessons will be based around your own personal goals and the steps to achieve them.
My teaching methods incorporate learning music through the lens of a variety of fields. Music is a language and performance should be approached from the perspective of wanting to learn how to express a thought or an idea. Physics and science help us to understand how the sounds we make exist. Psychology and neurology offer infinite insight into how and why it is we perceive music the way we do.
I am a Stay-at-home Dad that is a freelance percussionist. I have played around the world in all kinds of music styles and love to teach.
I provide the necessary material (a manual written by me) teaching chords, arpeggios, scales and soloing from the study of musical pieces of various kinds in order to immediately put into practice what learned. I give customized lessons based on the needs and wants of each student.
Over my 10 years of teaching piano, I have learned that each student is unique and requires a personalized approach. For this reason, I offer a free 30-minute initial session before starting lessons so that you can get to know me and I can get to know you. During this initial session, we will discuss your current skill level, your goals, and make a plan.
I adapt to different learning styles. In the past I have used an RCM syllabus, musical theatre books, and other resources depending on the student's goals. I try to focus as much as possible on the actual pieces, rather than technique; however, we do learn scales, warm ups, and technical exercises to help improve the quality of the performance.
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