My classes happen in a safe & non-judgmental environment, where you are given the necessary support, encouragement, and space to find your unique voice. I also use various breathing & body awareness techniques to improve your focus, confidence, and presence.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
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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 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.
my teaching methods are different with each student, depending on what i find lacking i will help transition your voice into a powerhouse among the rest. the classes may be short or could be longer depending on the students needs.
Through my lessons, I try to reach my students with the right balance of personalized attention, patience, practical training, and positive encouragement. I try to focus the lesson on the interests of the student, and within that, find ways to teach all the technical and theoretical elements.
My teaching methods combine what I learnt from Italian bel canto, Vienna vocal techniques, and New York Broadway singing skills. I teach with imagination, anatomy, and body moves and gestures depending on each student's need and what helps most to achieve the goal as well as successfully exploit the technique required at the moment.
I work with singers and writers of all ages. I build upon a student's existing strengths and encourage all the time. I work through each skill sequentially to build success and confidence. I guarantee an enjoyable and successful learning experience.
My teaching methods include a very relaxed lesson, including me showing techniques and having the student repeat what I have showed them. I would love to help the student sing and perfect whatever song/genre interests them-- they get to chose the music! I am just here to guide them in the right direction.
I try to follow the pace of the student. A typical class would include any song, the student wants to learn; as long as I am familiar with it. I also have my own repertoire. For all age students.
My first classes with the individual is to see what the student knows and is capable of doing. From that if the student is taking a particular subject or curriculum, I create/bring work to help them improve and achieve their academic goals. The various works I may bring include test, games (depending on the age), quizzes and readings that I will do with them and many more.
Who is this workshop for? For anyone curious about sound, all music, music in general, who wants to manufacture, build, examine... (from 12 years old and older). Should one know the music theory? Not necessarily. But familiarity with music of various styles can be a great help.
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 will tailor my lessons to the needs of the student! We will spend a couple classes figuring out what learning strategy is best for the individual and go from there! Lesson/learning/pracrice plans will be created and provided for student.
I strongly believe that there is no one size fits all approach to pedagogy and learning. Therefore, I constantly need to know my students backgrounds, ethnicity, cultures, religions and capabilities to provide quality and engaging learning experiences to engage and challenge all students.
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.
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On ne vit pas pour chanter; on chante pour vivre comme d'autres écrivent pour vivre. Notre voix change tout au long de notre vie, comme aussi toutes les parties de notre corps et de notre être.
My teaching methods are starting off with the basic for beginners (single notes, simple chords, strumming techniques), medium level players (riffs, lead guitar, full songs), advanced (soloing, exploring genres, preparing for stage performances). I believe the best way to learn is by playing it out hands on, and saving the homework for the end of lessons.
My lessons are meant for intermediate and beginner level students who have an interest in music theory. I prefer to give 45 mins to 1-hour lessons once a week. I like to hear about the music you're playing or singing currently and related it to our theory lessons.
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.
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