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.
My teaching is based on idea development classes, integrating contemporary art and themes into my teaching requires a shift from predominantly technique-driven instruction to idea-driven instruction. Many artists do not work in a single medium or technique and instead try to explore an idea, event, situation, or question through multiple media and visual strategies; I encourage this methodology.
My teaching method is to get to know the individual first, see what they need help with, and then go from there. I am experienced in various subjects involving the visual arts and would be more than happy to help develop other students abilities.
I give lessons at GCSE and A Level for Art and Design qualifications. You will be able to express your creativity in as many different materials, techniques and processes as you can imagine, or be more selective in range of media.
I am a mature tutor, who understands complex needs having lived with dyslexia for many years. My teaching will help you to work out the best method for you to learn from. I teach up to Masters level, firstly by working out what you need the extra tutoring for and work out strategies with you on how to improve and learn more step by step.
I base my approach on a partnership very much under the humanist philosophy of building empathy and trust, geared to involve the learner at each stage of the decision making process. Through building up a rapport with students i can adapt my methodology towards individual learning styles.
Art lessons are student centred and tailored to suit student interests and ability. Lessons are designed to be inspiring, challenging and engaging. I have taught KS2- A level across a range of abilities including SEN, gifted and talented, as well as A star student GCSE and A level students.
The beauty of art is that anyone who has a passion in it can learn it with the correct guidance. I believe the best way to teach it is to let the student lead the teacher. Student are free to decide what they want to make and I guide them along and teach them relevant skills to improve their abilities to make and create.
I combine my teaching style between demonstration and encouragement of the student. It is important that the student is engaged and challenged, they must be guided to learn and improve their skill sets. I can structure the lessons to match the individual learners requirements and have regularly taught up to Levels 3/4 on varied curriculums.
I take an individual approach to each project as the process will be unique.
I am a very practical person, so I teach with a very hands on approach. I will physically show you how I would complete the task and then will let you attempt it on your own, then continue to teach through trial and error.
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 a multidisciplinary professional with experience ranging from Fine Art Tutoring & Art Studio Practice - To Art History & English Literature. Apart from my Artistic expertise... I also have a comprehensive knowledge & work experience in many other disparate areas from Interior Design to the supervision of various Online Graphic Art projects...
My teaching is rigorous and really creative, in English lessons, I focus on pronunciation and during veganic farming and art lessons, I have the experience to share.
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 believe that the key to the success in art is taking individualistic approach. It is by understanding of individual interest, hobbies and passion that I can uncover hidden potential and subsequently work on spheres that require improvement to achieve the full satisfaction of the client.
I can provide a diverse teaching and learning experience that is tailored for any individual. I have experience in GCSE, A-Level, Art foundation and currently work as an Associate Lecturer in Fine Art. I am happy to share my practical, working knowledge of art making through a series of workshops, critical feedback sessions, 1-2-1 tutorials and mentoring.
My teaching method is to tailor make the lessons to the student's needs, while setting them on the right path for top marks. My lessons consist on the sharing of ideas, the expectations of the exams, and the best way to make the art work more special to the student.
I teach drawing and painting skill and explain the way contextual studies support personal project work. By coaching and encouraging analysis of a student's own work and that of other Artists, students can gain a firm platform for further independent Art work.
Students will be introduced to one of the basic elements of art color, pagination and perspective through analysis of famous artworks, analyzing types of lines will help students to understand how artists use line to recreate movement and mood, or shape, technique, textures. All this are the base of a good artist and by understanding this things you have the key to success.
I will teach the most basic sculpture (folk figurines - foxes, cats, dogs). Later I can about more complex sculpture - human. You will need very basic materials for the lessons: air dry clay or Plasticine, and some basic clay carving tools you can buy in any book/DIY store. Optional is acrylic paint set - any colours you like/or needed for your project.
My teaching method is tailored to the individual, focusing on their strengths and improving their weaknesses through multi-disciplined, interactive experience. Overall the classes are laid back, enjoyable and there's plenty of tea and talk. I teach a range of fun activities, from drawing and calligraphy to sculpture and logo creation.
As my background is in scenic design, I tend to work quite large. Perhaps you want to learn how to paint backdrops, or perhaps you aspire to exhibit smaller pieces in galleries. I’ll help you to identify what your niche is, find your style and help guide you through the steps you need to take to take your painting to the next level.
I have given a jewellery making workshop at the BRIT School, Croydon. I was a Swimming Teacher for several years in London. I am an experienced professional artist specialising in jewellery making (resin), drawing, acrylic paint, animation, recycling furniture with fun designs. I am currently a project manager developing a community arts project in Penzance.
My teaching method is very simple. I will explain how to draw a subject and give the participant one of my examples. I will then give them most of the lesson to perfect the drawn subject. I will also still be there to help as a tutor, in case help is needed.
Art and Design is completely personal to the student and follows no specific methodologies in approach to teaching. It is important that the student completes all of the art themselves and recognises their development.
The world of work is in a state of continual change: your career today may involve moving between a number of different job functions and employers, and those jobs and employers are themselves likely to change and develop during the time you are employed in them.
As art is such a diverse topic I think there is always something to learn at any skill level. Its foolish to equate a successful artist to an experienced one. My methodology is simple and straight forward, and often strange.
I find what each students abilities are and help them find grounds to reach their potential. Approach their work in a positive way, this will allow them to make confident decisions and in turn create better work. Learning the fundamentals of art is essential and to get a rich understanding of this to start with is key in providing efficient progression.
I strongly believe in giving a student something tangible to work towards. I approach each lesson with the specific needs of the student in mind while assigning them homework tasks they can go away and do to help them progress further. I also believe in providing the student with extra knowledge or resources so that they can develop further through self study.
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Perfect! Lauren is fantastic . She is very approachable and friendly. She spotted straight away how to improve George’s GCSE outcome . She leaves him tasks to complete each week so he stays on track with his coursework. She listens to his ideas and works...
Perfect! We really enjoyed our two lessons with Sarah. She was helpful without being intrusive and gave both my son and I encouragement to start painting and get creative! Would use her again.
Perfect! Sabrina is teaching my 13 year old boy. We were impressed by her energy, her love of teaching and her very quick understanding of my son's areas of interests.
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