I approach each student differently From realis to abstract Art can be exspressed or directed it’s up to the Indervidual
I am not a formally trained teacher but have instead conducted classes in an informal setting in my own home. I work towards connecting with the student and establishing a rapport.
My teaching Phylosophy is to think not only about what is good for today but to have a long term plan and focus for the future.
I practise a student-centred approach to teaching and believe knowledge can be mastered by anyone who genuinely wants to attain it. However, learning is often a drudge or a set of 'facts' to be memorized for an exam in our current education systems.
My teaching method is to adapt to every student differently depending on their needs. Every lesson we have a specific focus for the week whether it be writing and naming different notes, focusing on hand structure and fingering, or specific scales, arpeggios, pieces or exercises. I teach grades and just simple pieces to play for pleasure.
I always try to make my lessons interesting and fun. It is important for me to make my students happy by being patient and understanding. It is important for my students to fully understand what is being taught and to then practise this until they can use the targeted language.
Depending on your needs, I am flexible and we could discuss about this during our first meeting.
I have personally experienced and witnessed the simple fact that when we give ourselves the right environment & nurture our Body, Mind & Heart we have the ability to be & live an extraordinary life.
My teaching method is to try and demystify the confusion often arising from the study of music theory by giving students opportunity to directly apply it to their craft, whether as instrumentalists or composers. At it's heart, music is a common language, and the learning of it should be accessible to everyone.
I try to demystify some of the confusion arising from learning an instrument by giving students opportunity to enjoy music making for its own sake, both at the lesson and at home. At it's heart, music is a common language, and learning of it should be accessible to everyone.
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