My teaching method is to try and work with a student to help them achieve what they want to achieve. I will not prescribe my own musical method and exercise to others, but will instead try to make constructive suggestions based upon what a student's goal is.
I have taught all ages in the past but primarily am looking for students in later stages of school, aiming for Grade 5 and above, and potentially music college auditions in the future. I have always believed in the music coming first, so my teaching style will try to encourage an independent thought process into the pieces being played and the message being delivered through it.
My teaching method is based on my assessment of the individual student's needs, which will depend on what, if any previous teaching they have had. Older students often have had lessons in the past and are returning to them and sometimes their previous experience has not been wholly positive. This can sometimes require careful handling, but the learning must be enjoyable.
I believe one of the most important things in learning to play instrument is having fun. If a student wants to learn a specific piece, that's fine, we will tackle it together. I also believe that knowing the theory behind the music helps a great deal when learning to play. That is how I structure my lessons.
My teaching methods is to go over topics that need more attention and to make sure that the pupil understands exactly what I have showed them. I am friendly and very patient. I make sure that my pupil feels comfortable and relaxed while I teach them. I want them to have a fun and enjoyable time learning.
Hi! My name is Clarissa and these days, I'm an academic researcher in chemistry. I have been an amateur player for 25 years and counting. Although I do not play professionally, I did previously teach beginners and intermediate students, aged between 5 - 65, in Sydney for 7 years (1999 - 2006).
My approach to teaching is tailored to the specific style of the student. There are many disparate styles of learning - various ways people receive and retain information - and I believe that a teacher can only be successful if they are sympathetic to the idiosyncrasies of the pupil. I strive to understand the aspirations of the student in order to keep the information relevant.
My teaching method really depends on the age, ability and goals of the student. It will be tailored towards you. Students who are aiming high will be pushed and challenged to help them achieve whereas youngsters and casual drummers will be taught the fundamentals of drumming and be given a solid foundation to be able to improve and develop on their own.
My teaching methodology is made up of explaining the instrument, showing the technique, what useful warm up exercises to use and reading chord charts and notes. Sometimes give lessons to classes ,one to one and one to two or three students.
I am an experienced guitar and music tutor and I give lessons to people of all abilities and backgrounds. Lessons are tailored to a combination of what the student wishes to learn and essential skills needed by all guitarists/musicians. I am a personable and patient tutor who wishes to seeks out the best ways to inspire each individual student.
I teach simple ways for beginners who wish to start reading music. I also give beginner to Intermediate Flute lessons, either home based or online. I tailor my lessons to the student, any age. I also can offer basic Theory as well, chords, scales and such.
My teaching methods depends on the student , their needs and what their aims are to achieve . Combining various teaching methods books and Internet information. from Grade 1 to Grade 8 Classical to Latinamerican basic rhythms .
I started teaching in my high school as a student and I am someone who is flexible and capable of working with people of any ages who would love to learn violin or piano. I believe every individual is different. The content and teaching style would hence be catered to suit individual's interest and ability, taking a more democratic approach.
My teaching methodology is using cue cards and reviewing what what we have done at the end of each sub topic and then do a mini test at the end of each unit
I teach all students accordingly to their needs, so different methods would be used on different people. I am good at listening, adapting to new changes, and responsible for my student’s development. I am open to any suitable methods to achieve our goals.
I can work with beginners and people with some previous singing experience. The focus of the lessons will be on the physical side of singing - performing. I'll show you how to "think" musically and approach singing as a "natural" medium for expression.
My name is Kieran Lambie and I am a clarinettist with a BA In Music Performance, an ATCL diploma in Instrumental Teaching and an LTCL diploma in Music Performance. My lessons are open to all ages from beginner players to advanced players. I provide friendly, patient and enthusiastic tutoring. I can teach you for fun and prepare you for grading exams.
I believe that the study of music in particular builds the awareness that is critical to all learning. My thorough understanding of musical concepts and conscientious preparation for lessons enable animate and spontaneous interaction with students of any age and background.
Anthropology student who's a keen musician looking to give enjoyable lessons, mainly in clarinet but can also play piano and have good knowledge in theory and reading so I'm flexible. Mostly looking for beginners and children but all are welcome.
Simply playing a piece of music is great fun, but understanding why and how the music works and really making it your own is so much more satisfying.
My teaching methods are both traditional and modern. Each lesson is tailored to the student; their needs/requests and level. I use a variety of teaching aids, to help students understand and learn better, and also for young students, to captivate, encourage and motivate their piano playing. My students must enjoy our lessons, and be excited for our next lesson.
I'm a 2nd year college student in University of Edinburgh. I have been playing the piano for 11 years and I'm good at arising interest. The secret of playing the piano is to practice more. I can accompany you to practice. I'm good at maths and electronics, besides I can teach you Chinese language. I'm patient, responsible and serious for my student.
I am happy to work with students up to high school level and occasionally to university. My style of tutoring could be described as "guided learning," that is, it's more of teaching students how to learn rather than giving information on specific topics. If I can, I like to cater my lessons to students' interests. I have taught ESL from politics news and given German lessons about space travel.
I am a university student with grade 8 in piano and A in advanced higher music. I teach piano and up to grade 5 music theory for beginners and those of intermediate skill level. I can assist you both in learning new pieces for fun or performance and help you achieve your desired grades in ABRSM exams.
Welcome to my profile! I am an experienced tutor, passionate about teaching and would love to have you as one my students. I promise that you will not regret it! I have been playing violin for over 20 years now and music has been my greatest passion.
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