My approach is to first develop an individual plan to give you immediate musical growth and satisfaction in the activities you are currently involved. I will take you from where you are and move you to greater heights in technique and musical intelligence. Together we will discover exercises and learning strategies to fit your learning style and your daily routine.
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.
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.
I'm very passionate about teaching and have been doing it for the past three years in my private studio and more recently as a sectional teacher at Sistema Winnipeg. I've recently received my M.Mus degree from the University of Manitoba, where I studied with Dr Minna Chung, co-author of the internationally published book "Cellomind.
- Assesing students's personality type. - Creating the right lesson materials to use with my students that are consistent with: their personality type, their stated goals and their musical strength and weaknesses. - Getting my guitar students to do what they like so they actually make progress and become great players.
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.
My teaching methods are designed to keep the student at ease as I am very flexible and can tune my methods to fit your particular style. My classes are meant for students who have a desire to learn about musical theory or those who need help.
I teach based on the student's needs and desires. Songwriting- I teach the fundamental elements of songwriting, the basics of what makes a good song. And guide my students with advice and ideas for their music. We spend time breaking down songs and talking about what's good, what can be better, and why.
I like to base my classes on what student likes to learn so that their level of interest and knowledge in the subject not only increases but they will also enjoy what they learn.
1-on-1 approach tailored to the needs of the student regarding technique and music understanding/interpretation. Capable of teaching how to both improvise and to read sheet music. Able to use the RCM material, prepare for exams, etc.
The student who will benefit most from these lessons is someone who has the drive to look deeper into harmony, rhythm, melody. Someone who loves music theory but is having trouble understanding the language.
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.
As in any learning venture, always start with what you know and move out. This way, any new step is taken from secure footing. We will apply any and all concepts to real examples and examples that you are familiar with. It is the only way and you only need to advance at your own speed.
Weekly lessons hands on approachYOUR PUBLISHER back to Greatoutdoors Canada Terry B Hanson Born Vancouver BC. Hanson is the son of a concert violinist. Hanson's father was acclaimed the best violinist in Canada when he was 16 years of age (Hanson’s Father). Aside from having a father who was a musical prodigy Terry Hanson started playing guitar at the age of 6. Hanson received an A.A.
I gear my classes towards the needs of the student. I speak with the student about what their musical goals are, and base my curriculum around that. These classes are meant for anybody with a passion and drive for music.
My teaching methods are: -Take the student through the history of the topics we are learning. -Make practical and fun examples. -Listen and analyze TONS of music. -learn new technologies for the production of music.
Depending on the level of the student, I really try to make sure that there is a basic foundation of knowledge on which we can expand upon. I use some method books as supplementary materials but mostly use a curriculum that I have developped over time.
My teaching focuses mainly on individualism on the drum set as well as strong fundamentals in theory and rhythmic figures. I like to spend time to learn each student’s influences and their personal reasons for learning music. This way I can better tailor the lessons to each individual.
I like to use hard copy printed sheets with my lessons so I can accurately see where you are struggling. It will also show me what you need to work more on. It is also better on paper, so you can understand your strong points and your struggling points. no one can help you, if you don't want to learn.
The used by The Sistem in mi country. We says "learn to play playing". Is the way I've used since I was child for play and teach. More than 15 years of experience teaching, all levels, beginners and proffesionals, I can prepare you in all repertory for orchestra and solo.
My teaching is base on humanistic, behaviorist, cognitive, cooperative learning. I applied hands on and group discussion while teaching. My concern while teaching targets on every individual as every students learn in a different ways and so it is vital and crucial for me to understand the emotion and learning capacity of every individual learner in my class.
My teaching style is using hands on activities for the students to learn certain key concepts throughout the activities. Then, using video or my instructions to review and enhance their understandings. Lastly, giving out homework and mind map to apply their knowledge.
My teaching methods are primarily through experiential learning. I believe that hands on experience allows the most efficient method for learning. Im a typical class, I would go through a specific topic with a student only to have them build on it through craft and observation. Because of this form of experiential learning, nay methodology is primarily suited for students between the age of 4-8.
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.
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.
My classes are available to age 5 and above, all levels an interests. I utilise the most popular and effective learning material, which I provide for my students, free of charge. I take to time to teach my students proper techniques, and a proper base for further music education.
I graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Arts - specializing in Music and Communication. With her music education at Simon Fraser University, I've learned contemporary musical genres, including jazz, electro-acoustic music, and much more - which widen her perspective of 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.
To teach music theory and classical history, a survey of the repertoire is necessary. Listening to music in a guided way, for particular elements is important for developing a music theory 'sense'. Standard practice drilling using practice sheets is also important, and of course, playing or singing the exercises! This is music after all--what we learn on paper represents sound.
I structure each lesson based on the student's goals and interests. I usually focus on Repertoire, Studies, Technique, and Ear training to prepare for the RCM exams but I am also happy to work on any particular styles of music students may be interested in such as pop music. For music theory, I teach Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Rudiments.
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