My art teaching methodology is very hands on fun and practical. I always make sure my classes are engaging, fun and informative. Over the years i have learnt that the best way to teach creative classes is to be creative by example so i will often show students certain techniques and disciplines by engaging in an art work of my own.
In classes we have covered a lot of techniques in painting and drawing, textures , clay and sculpture. A lot of craft and collage has been done as a fun complimenting addition to what you could do with art and to show how so many materials could be mixed. I had an individual approach to every student, as everyone of them had different likes and interests, some preferred one technique to another.
I believe drawing underpins all art disciplines. I believe everyone can learn to draw. I believe art can play a crucial role in well-being. My teaching method is inclusive of all age groups and all personalities with a focus in developing each students individual style. Perfect for high school students wanting to develop skills to support their HSC outcomes.
No prior drawing or painting experience required! I will teach the basics up to advanced skills. I utilize drawing exercises to sharpen my students understanding and expertise of fundamental drawing and painting skills such as perspective, value, and color theory to help create unique works of art.
My teaching method is to keep things light, fun and enjoyable. I look at what motivates my students rather than following a rigid methodology. For example I taught adults and children watercolour and sculpture in Japan, drawing and colouring to English students in Singapore, singing and drawing in Vietnam and lastly made colourful board games in 2D and 3D to motivate children in HK.
My mother taught me to draw portraits as a young child, therefore art has been a passion all my life. While I enjoy all aspects of art including landscape, still life and different mediums, however I mostly specialize in portraiture. My lessons usually begin with drawing, looking at perspectives and visual elements.
I am a firm believer that everyone is creative and can learn tools to give voice to their visual language. My approach to teaching is supportive and encouraging, intended to help you find the style that expresses your ideas and meets your needs. Arts activity is proven to be good for mental health and well being, so above all, I am concerned that you enjoy your creative journey.
I take a student centred approach to learning, as each student will have different interest when it comes to creating. My lessons are geared towards advancing students skill development within their chosen subject matter. We will explore composition, colour mixing, shading and much more! For seniors in high school I can help create a University portfolio.
My teaching include not only to teach students art but also patience and discipline. Students feel comfortable in my classes. Students always enjoy my company and also love to spend time with me, I always use new methods of teaching.
My teaching method is to first intrigue my students to believe their abilities to learn how to draw using basic shapes and then move into different medias to express their drawings.
I teach Visual Arts from Years Group 7 to 12. I gained students' success in the Shaun Tan Art Award, the Young Originals and Young Australian Art Awards (National Competition). I am having success in engaging challenging students in Visual Arts activities. As example, in 2017, I had an indigenous girl in Year 9 who rarely attended classes and was very disengaged in all learning areas.
Every student is a different so I did not follow same teaching methodology to each and everyone.
I want my students to be able to take home their finished painting to be put on their wall as art! I don't believe in endless exercises in technique, if the students don't get something of value for their work. No matter what their skill level, I believe simple steps within certain guidelines, will enable students to produce an art work they will be proud of.
My teaching methods involves cooperative learning, discussion and guided exploration. I base my classes on specific visual art techniques. The topics that I specialise in include sculpture, installation art, illustration, painting, sculpture, photography and digital design.
The lesson structure is based on what you want to get out of the lessons - whether that is realism, abstractism or more expressionistic of yourself. The lessons will based around different mediums; different subject matters and drawing techniques of achieving perfection in your artwork.
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