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I am a friendly secondary school teacher, I have been qualified for 10 years as a Drama and English teacher, and have held the post of Head of Performing Arts for the past 5 years. I'm passionate about my subject both practical and theory elements. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I specialise in English, Drama, Performing Arts and A level Theatre Studies.
Hi I am a graduate of LAMDA and have ten years professional acting and teaching experience. I also regularly sit on the LAMDA interview and audition panel. I can coach for both public speaking and drama school auditions too. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach: Drama School Auditions, Drama and theatre studies, Acting, Public speaking. - Tell me about your qualifications.
As a Creative Advocate and a practicing artist I am very well aware of what it means to work in an artistic capacity. I have had over 20 years experience in the creative industries and I am a huge fan of collaboration and have learnt that coupled with sustainability and engagement it is a driving force that will upgrade any creative project.
I worked as a theatre & creative arts professional for many years before qualifying as a teacher. I believe that a basic grounding in communication and creative thinking techniques and strategies holds well in all situations. I offer these to all. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Drama, English, Performing Arts, Expressive Arts, Communication and Presentation Skills. Improvisation.
My approach to teaching is to bring the best out of the people I teach. I work with students to identify their interests and to help them hone their skills and knowledge, and nurture their enthusiasm for art.
Art is fun! I structure my lessons to reflect that. I split the sessions between practical and theoretical waves in a way that they will complement each other without overwhelming the student but rather emphasising what the theory has to say with the practical side of things. All in all, I love to get hands on the work. It is art after all. p.s: I also teach collage sessions if interested.
I have taught in over 200 different educational institutions, across London, Hertfordshire and beyond ranging from Musical Theatre Course Coordinator at The Arts Educational School, Tring Park to a successful Head of Drama post in Harpenden. Herts.
I offer lessons for any young people pursuing an interest in art, including students working towards their Advanced Highers qualification. My lesson structure is defined by the student and their interests/skill level, however, I will assign personal research homework, and offer personal tutoring on techniques and construction skills.
My teaching method is first explaining the theory and relating the classes to the history and origin of the techniques we are going to use. I base my classes on observing the surrounding environment and interpreting it on our own way, after wich improving free hand drawings, sketches and paintings using variety of materials.
Art should be fun! Adults in particular are often worried that they're "no good at art" because they "don't know how to draw" but I can teach you (a) that this isn't true, and (b) that you can if you want to once you learn how! I work in a variety of 2D and 3D materials and am happy to provide a scheme of work which ups your general skill level or focuses on a particular area of interest or...
Ive found its helpful being given examples and inspiration when you are trying to learn about this and practice, so i can reccommend artists for research, offer differnt medium techniques and help you develop creatively as an artist as i do so myself .
I pride myself in my ability to fully immerse myself in the ideas and concepts of the student I’m teaching. This helps me aid them in creating not only work which reaches school specification but also helps me aid them in evolving their own personal style, interests and ideas.
I teach very fluidly, allowing students to become comfortable with abstract drawing styles and techniques, and encouraging the development of a personal style of abstraction for drawing and design. In later lessons we can begin working paper drawings into 3D drawings, layered drawings, repeat patterns on photoshop, jewellery and sculpture.
I can give lessons to anyone that is trying to develop their skills in drawing, mainly portraiture however if training is required in other areas i can try my best to assist too. I will teach them the basics of drawing and then I will develop the students skills by carefully analysing their art style and helping them develop it to their own unique perfection.
My lessons are aimed at people who draw/paint as a hobby and want to gain more confidence. I'm open to giving lessons to younger children who have a creative spark or want to realise their creative potential through painting. I truly believe rules are made to be broken in art and in order to break them, you have to learn them first.
My teaching method would be a relaxed, enjoyable one. Where my students can free encouraged, energised and gain confident. I am a very approachable person and patient. I am very dedicated to people's needs and take the time to listen, understand and encourage.
My approach to teaching is student led. I teach students what they need to know and what they are interested in. I can teach Art from 3 years old to adults. I can teach to any British examination board. I have skills in most Art mediums my favourites being, painting, drawing, textiles and sculpture.
I am namely a jazz/blues guitarist and have studied to a Grade 8 standard - I also play double bass, bass guitar, piano and sing. I write a lot of poetry and draw illustrations which have been commissioned for use by several bands/companies. When teaching I try to cater to the needs of the student, dictated by their learning styles and enthusiasm wherever it lies.
I base my teaching on what the student relates most to and what their personal interests are, developing a keen eye for detail and skills in pencil drawing and painting. I have a wide range of materials for us to use to make the classes as fulfilling for the student as possible.
I approach art to suit the individual but also aim to break the boundaries and help to explore the creative spark and translate it into an artistic form. I practice with traditional and expressive art with a range of lessons to fully understand your perfect style of drawing or painting.
I am very flexible and adapt to the needs of who I'm working with. In order to help you develop your artistic skills or expression I would give you ideas to experiment with e.g a combination of materials that I feel is interesting. If there's an area you're struggling with I can advise ways you can get passed initial struggles.
1st free half-hour lesson (not including travel) will be nice and easy, nothing too stressful, just a meet and greet and a few questions about you.
I am happy to listen to your preferred teaching method, and build an understanding of how you respond to being taught wether it be verbally or visually, I am happy to cater to this. My lessons can be hands on, or text based for the arts, as I have experience in a number of areas I am not bound to a certain style.
My lessons are highly flexible and tailored to the needs of the student. I can offer drawing lessons up to degree level and can help students develop their critical analysis skills, which will help when analysing the work of other artists for written assignments.
My teaching method is based on a mixture of contemporary art school approaches twinned with my own professional practice. My aim is to nurture and build on students ideas and needs - whilst providing the initial tools to move onto the next step.
Lack of confidence in art can be a huge barrier to overcome. My lessons focus on developing confidence and there is much encouragement to experiment and take risks without the worry of failure. I enjoy combining a variety of methods and media in my own work, and this is something I can deliver if required.
My teaching methodology is very interactive and performative. I would like to engage students in taking the control to enhance their confidence over the subject. It will be based on tutorials, workshops and assignments to make sure that practice remains consistent in order to develop the required skill set.
As art is a subject that does not require to sit back in a chair and absorb insane amount of facts, I base my lessons purely on enjoyment. To have fun and enjoy the lesson is crucial and neccessary in achieving the best results.
My teaching methods usually involve a written guide on each lesson and making sure the student gets very stuck in with the work whilst able to see all their options for the art they are composing. This will allow them to learn practically for themselves.
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