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.
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.
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.
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.
Who am I? I’m a Scottish traditional fiddle player, singer and composer, classical violinist and pianist, community music practitioner and music teacher, currently studying for a DipABRSM Teaching Diploma What are my qualifications? DipABRSM Violin (Pass), Grade 8 Piano (Distinction), AMusTCL Theory and Composition (Pass), Grade 8 Theory (Merit), BA Music (First Class).
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.
My teaching methodology is to approach each topic in the most beneficial way for each student. No two students' learning styles are the same and I think it is important to recognise this and adapt my teaching style accordingly. My aim is always to get the most from each student and allow them to achieve their full potential.
I believe in teaching by doing. Most techniques can be learned through studies, scales and simply practising. I demonstrate how the technique should be performed then give advice on how to perfect it.
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