It is my belief that in order for effective learning to take place, children must be under consistent conditions in which they feel safe, engaged, and feel free to extend and consolidate their learning (at home with their families/friends).
My teaching method is always focussed on the needs of the student. It's my job to find out what you would like to learn and how to best help you achieve your musical goals. Whether that simply be learning a few of your favourite songs or delving deep into musical theory and the technical aspects of the instrument.
I mould my lessons depending on age, how my student interacts with their instrument, musical interests and commitment to practise. I believe that every student has a type of music they can identify with so I look to harness that passion and use it to develop their skills.
I believe there is no better teacher than experience, so my teaching method consists of a quick cover of the fundamentals of the topic at hand, followed by multiple exercises which the student(s) undertake under my supervision. This way, the student(s) gain a comprehensive understanding of how different practices are used in music and put it to use themselves.
I focus on the learning needs of my students during lessons. I believe music should be internalised before it can be expressed. This way, students will be taught to play from the heart, which makes lessons less clinical and more enjoyable.
Hands on teaching. Interactive teachings, use of cards to gain the students interest and make it fun yet educational in their musical journey. Focus on the basics at the early stages such as scales before giving them much exposure to the different genres of music.
If you’re searching for a professional Music Teacher who can give you the personalised attention you deserve, look no further! I’m an experienced and knowledgeable teacher, having offered my instructive services since 2012 to clients in the greater Perth area. I can help unlock your full potential by providing the technical guidance and foundation skills you need in order to succeed.
Learning to play a musical instrument at an early age can enhance many aspects of a child's life. The disciplined structured practice in music strengthens various brain functions and allows a child to apply those strengths to academic, social and emotional activities.
Hi there music lovers! For those looking to learn basic guitar, feel free to touch base. I have been playing guitar since 13 yo. We will focus on the basics - reading chords, how to strum, and get you started with your fave songs first.
My method to teach is to demonstrate the skills to the student, and teaching them how to replicate it. I can teach piano playing techniques, methods for practicing and performing, sheet music reading and how to improvise in a Jazz, Blues, Pop, Rock etc.
I have been giving music and singing lessons in-school and privately for 8 years. Whilst I am primarily a classical singer, I can teach a good, solid foundational technique for all style of singing. Whatever your goals are, I'd love to help you achieve them. I can also assist with music theory, musicianship, school music assignments and essays, and children's music lessons.
Having been blessed to have been taught great teachers in both the classical and jazz genres I have been exposed to differing teaching styles and have looked to assimilate them into my own unique method. At Trinity college I learnt from the Head of Music Dr. Robert Braham throughout my ATAR years who had great emphasis on score analysis (theory) and aural development for students.
My teaching method is in the initial lessons get the child playing to a level that they can have some fun and then begin working on the more intricate parts of drumming eg music reading, rudiments, syncopation etc. In the early stages I use words such as 'apple' to describe a rudiment with two notes 'a,' 'pple' becomes Left, Right for example.
I am a kind of teacher teach the child one by one in order to focus on his/her weakness to improve. I will start the less how to read a notes and proper handling of the violin. I will teach slowly the children in order to achieve correct learning of playing violin.
My teaching method is to evaluate your learning speed and experience on the guitar. From there, we work out what you're interested in the most - learning for fun, theory, or AMEB exams. I am also very happy to take requests or teach you your favourite songs.
My teaching method is unique to each student. I like to keep my exercises and theory simple and easy to understand, but I also keep it flexible so that I can apply the technique to different students in ways that are going to help each student deal with their own individual issues and see the greatest growth and success possible for their voice.
I am a strong believer that a student who does not have focus and the resolve to try and change, will not be able to grow or improve their skills, in other words, the student must be disciplined, a teacher can't train that in a student. I like to start from the foundation by inquiring what the student wishes to achieve (including time frame, how far they intend to take the skill etc).
My teaching methods are based on the needs of my clients. I follow prescribed curriculums for school children or subject music at institutions or can adapt to the needs of Uncle Ben who always wanted to learn how to play the sax... People have different ways of learning so I try to adapt to reach the best outcome.
My teaching method is simple, easy and fun! Students will have the opportunity to follow their dreams.
I start of with the basics, such as stick holding, simple rock beats (for drumkit), getting familiar with the instrument and reading music. Once the student is comfortable, I progress into more complicated drumming such as different time signatures or swing patterns for drumkit, or learning pieces for mallet percussion or timpani.
Building a relationship between practical skills and theory knowledge. I ensure that my lessons remain engaging and that each student has the freedom to progress at their own rate and study music that they want to learn. If students are learning something that they're really interested in, you've already won half the battle.
I teach ABRSM, AMEB, Suzuki and China syllabus. I have my own communicating and creative teaching method to all ages student. In my classes, I always have good time and no pressure with my student.
Learn the fundamentals of the saxophone from the correct posture, breathing, and technique to all the basic tools you need to pursue music in your own time. I am registered with the Teachers Registration Board of WA (TRBWA), maintain a current working with children check and police clearance.
I teach you the basics of drums, how to play along to your favourite tunes, how to read drum sheet music, and everything there is need to know about the coolest instrument on the earth! The main thing is my lessons are enjoyable and fun :)
My approach to guitar and music is hands on. I focus on the physical playing of the instrument first, with an introduction to Tabulature (TAB) we learn basic riffs and warm ups to get our finger dexterity up. Once we are more comfortable with our instrument I introduce chord fingerings and touch on some music theory.
I am a current, first-year WAAPA student studying a Diploma of Music Industry. I've played as lead/rhythm guitarist in several bands, regularly gigging various local venues since 2013.
Lessons are aimed towards beginner music students. Lessons are very flexible. You can bring in any new music pieces and I will help you learn it. I can also help with scales, fingering as I have completed technical finger work in my music degree.
My teaching style is very individualised to the student I teach. Every student has their strengths and weaknesses so for some students I might have to focus on music theory, some may need help with guitar technique and others may need help in musical expression and performance.
I approach music student lessons with a structure that brings together the student's current abilities with their potential to grow in a particular field. I model a learning activity, allowing the student to contribute/participate, while gradually increasing the level of challenge. This works particularly well in live performance studies.
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