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.
Teaching is fun. Yes, there are exercises but if we work on WHAT YOU WANT it should be fun. I create a detailed plan for your development and we check it regularly to modify it according to your progress.
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.
My teaching approach is flexible, and laregly dependant on each individuals needs. I do not believe in rushing, but instead to be thorough and take time to make sure everything is understood. I try to combine theory and playing together to keep interest.
Music is my passion and I enjoy teaching it . From beginner to advance level and to all age group. Music is food for the soul and it help relax you. Class is structured on individual learning ability and level .
Piano/Theory Teacher living in vancouver, BC with 15 years experience. Bachelor of Music in piano from the Chinese Culture University, Taipei Taiwan. Classic piano and pop music, music reading and theory. On on one class. English/Mandarin speaking.
Method: For kids, "pouring in"; and for adults, "drawing out" Children: Suzuki method; RCM curriculum or traditional method Children ages 4 to 10 years must be supervised by the parent. Teacher, child and parent form a triangle in the music learning process. All three people are needed to attain success in music lessons.
My focus is to create a truly unique and exciting musical learning environment for students of all ages ranging from beginner to advanced playing levels. Students are encouraged to set personal goals, and with my support to achieve those goals through a progressive personal plan I develop for them, in a safe learning environment that promotes personal growth.
No two students are the same, so I tailor my program to what the student may need. I have students play the pieces they've studied that week, have some technical exercises. I do let the students pick their recital pieces.
My teaching methods are learning the most basics of basics first, then adding on to each skill to effectively and efficiently grow their knowledge in piano, but at each person’s personal skill level. I base my classes in skill level and what each person wants to begin learning in. I also look into the person’s interest to help them love piano, and help them learn what they want to learn.
I like to tailor my teaching towards the individual student. I base my lessons on the goals of the student. While the goal is to facilitate learning music theory, I like to teach that through any style. Lesson length depends on the need of the student.
I aim to teach my students independent music learning that will enable them to read new music pieces with ease, transcribe their favorite songs, and play accompaniment.
My teaching methods vary as it depends on the students' ability of learning, methods will accommodate each students as each students have different kinds of needs and learning methods. The lessons I'm providing are professional which means that I will have high expectation on students.
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.
Music is a universal way of connecting people and I believe there can be many interpretations of it. I base my lessons on individuals' needs, whether it be learning piano just for fun, or preparing for RCM exams. I believe the fundamentals of piano, such as Technique and Sight Reading are applicable to anyone playing the instrument, and are therefore incorporated in my teaching.
I tailor each lesson to the student's needs, I strive to create an environment that is encouraging, upbuilding, and most importantly, fun. I want my students to know what I expect from them to able to do something today that they could not have done yesterday, making the impossible become possible.
I approach each student differently, depending on what they would like to get out of the lessons. Most students just want to play and memorize some songs as quickly as possible. I can teach these students to play simple songs easily through repetition. More serious piano students may want to focus on improving their sight reading.
My teaching methods are ideal for beginner to intermediate students looking to learn basic theories and techniques in an informal workshop style in order to learn and play basic pop repertoire as well as any other styles they are interested in.
I will speak with you directly and tailor your lessons towards either pop, or classical music. Whichever you prefer! I do require my students to learn how to read notes in music with me, and I also will teach you good piano technique regardless of pop music preference.
I teach one on one and tailor the lesson by the personality of the student and the students musical interests.
Music: holistic approach - working with student to develop a voice and rhythm, implementing handwork techniques to increase playing efficiency Mathematics: interactive approach - exposing student to real life problems, using case studies to immerse student in questions and identifying patterns
Depending on your level, I will direct you with relevant and formative material such as the royal conservatory method, etc.
My teaching methods are based around beginners and fun. Learning piano should be easy, and it should not be stressful. Besides, the best learning in anything happens through discipline and enthusiastic practice, and this is not going to happen if the student does not enjoy what they are doing.
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.
I like giving lectures to students and presenting examples of the taught material. I particularly enjoy the more collaborating, interactive method of asking students to put in practice the taught material.
My teaching methods are base on students centered curriculum and step by step approach. Effective teaching methods that suits students.
It's important to me to cater to each student's learning needs. I teach with a holistic approach in that the student learns to be aware of their body and muscle use and incorporating that into their musical endeavours.
My teaching methods are to teach foundation first and move on from there. Once the foundation is down, I usually work on technique and the body increase intensity.
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