Many of my students follow the Royal Conservatory of Music curriculum, but I am very flexible with my teaching approach. I think its important to create a variety in the lessons, whether its incorporating games/activities or playing the occasional pop hits.
My teaching methods revolve heavily around learning to read music and, in doing so, absorbing as much new material as possible. This is what allows students to advance quickly and to build up an ability that will continue to serve them throughout their life.
First and foremost, a good understanding of the structure of the music is key to learning efficiently and developing a solid technique is crucial to enjoying playing the pieces that you love! If you're looking for high-level instruction, you've come to the right place.
My teaching style is based on creating a synthesis of the student's skills and identity as an artist with the conventions of interpretation of the music they play.
I use a "question leading" method as my main teaching methodology. Students are encouraged to ask questions relating to piano/keyboard/music. And the class will be tailored towards what they want to learn for individual students. For beginners, my teaching will be focusing on establishing a strong foundation both technically and musically. It is essential to start on the right path.
My teaching methods are based on the Russian school of piano playing and are oriented towards quick results. Although that involves a certain academic rigor and requires to learn rather quickly, this pace of work is not only possible but also extremely rewarding.
My teaching methods in my lessons is I take time to learn about my student and adjust my teaching method. I have taught piano and theory lessons for more than 20 years and have taught different teaching methods. Certificate in Yamaha Music Education and Royal Conservatory of Music.
My teaching methods are a bit out of the box. I like to promote creativity and how playing piano can be therapeutic. I offer ear training and exercises to enrich the learning experience. I offer unique, fun, and interactive individual and group lessons over webcam.
I focus on the individual and getting to know what drives him/her. It’s also important to know their goals and objectives. I’m flexible but goal-oriented. For kids, I try to have fun, too! For parents, I'm happy to help chat through and provide advice on the conservatory lifestyle.
My methodology depends on the age of the student as well as his / her character, preferences, etc. I closely work with the techniques suggested by Royal Conservatory and add to them some individualized explanations, stories of classical music. I want my students not only played well but also knew the beautiful stories of creation, of different composers.
I believe that there are multiple ways to teach, it’s not a one-size-fits-all; Everyone learns differently! I prefer to build a relationship with my student and learn what method works best for them based on their previous experience, through trial and error, and through allowing them to give their own input!
I like to take a patient and creative approach to teaching. Playing and learning an instrument takes practice, discipline, and time, but it should be fun and exciting. The learning environment should be positive, encouraging, and nurturing. Starting with note reading, and then progressing to chords and scales, learning the fundamentals right from the beginning is critical.
Je base mes cours sur l’apprentissage et non sur la performance. Avec cet optique, c’est plus facile d’apprendre et, du coup, beaucoup plus amusant :) C’est surtout une technique qui marche notamment bien avec les enfants, car, de cette façon, ils ne se découragent pas rapidement et peuvent rester optimistes.
I am familiar with the RCM curriculum, and hope to assist beginner to intermediate musicians. I hope to assist on topics many struggle with such as theory, sight reading, and ear training. One on one sessions will address issues you have been facing specifically, as well as group sessions which will focus on general issues which often occur.
I adjust my teaching method to my students needs. I try to balance all lessons with both music the students want to learn and conservatory material helping to create an atmosphere that encourages practice and enjoyment. Once the students advances we can add and adjust additional material such as theory and composition.
I acknowledge that every students learns a bit differently or a lot differently then the other students. I tailor each class to the individual and try to tap into their personal background in order to make sure that they understand the information and procedures completely.
My teaching method is very simple and quick to grasp. I like to let my students understand fast and enjoy the lessons. My step by step approach to learning music makes it easy and interesting and encourages students to learn more.
- lessons are for children, teenagers, and adults. - lessons are given privately but can be given in a group if desired.
When I meet a student, in the first class I will see what they are looking for in my classes, and we will discuss what the aim of the class is. In general, I aim to educate youth and encourage musical growth. Specifically for students learning the RCM material, I will generally teach them a grade a year, unless I find that they are progressing very speedily and well.
I believe in making lessons fun for students! If you want to learn classical music we can. Contemporary music? Sure! If you want to learn how to play some of your favourite songs from some of your favourite new artists, well I can help with that too. And if your goal is getting some extra lessons in to be extra ready for exams or festivals, I can help you brush up on whatever you need help with.
Coming from both YAMAHA and ABRSM curriculum, I am very flexible, I will involve students in setting long term goals. However, I believe in strengthening techniques as a strong base. I believe in necessary positive reinforcement and dilligence in practice.
I teach a comprehensive approach with rigorous detail starting from the ground up. I teach effective practice methods to achieve your goals. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student I can lead you on the path to musical success.
I use a variety of singing exercises and techniques, in order to create a healthy and strong vocal sound. My singing technique is useful for learning pop, jazz and musical theatre styles. I teach new vocal techniques, that are useful to someone who is interested in learning to sing in a popular style. I am a very easy-going and encouraging teacher, while keeping you on track of your goals.
I have had great success in working with all kinds of student groups. I have worked with adult as well as youth groups and have had a great deal of success with both age groups. I especially enjoy working with interested adults who often realize that they have missed a great opportunity by not studying music earlier in life.
I approach my classes with as much flexibility as the student requires. First I want to find out what the student's goals are with taking lessons, and ascertain what stage they are at in their playing, and we go from there in progressing in all aspects of playing and theory towards those goals.
I was classically taught by the Royal Conservatory of Music and tend to follow those learning methods and practices with my students.
I take a wide variety of teaching methods for voice, piano. I cater to the students learning strengths while making their learning organic while having fun. I have used RCM, Trinity exams for student prepratory and encourage performance to grow their musical experiences through concerts.
I tailor my lessons depending on the student's need. I like to start the first lesson by getting to know the student and then organize the full lesson plan. I give beginner lessons for children and adults.
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.
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 soundful songs.
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