My Methodology includes a broad variety of music teaching. I want my students to be able to do more then one thing in music but most of all, I want them to enjoy it. This means that I generally teach anything they want whether its jazz or classical, or there favorite pop song.
The structure of my teaching method for singing/vocal technique is by starting my lessons with an introduction to breathing and the Alexander Technique. Breathing and the Alexander Technique is essential to a singer/musician's technique. It teaches proper posture, breathing, and movement and allows the student to be a safe performer.
Customized private lessons will be given based on the learner needs including the prior knowledge/learning experience so i can get the idea about where to start or what need to be improved. The teaching books i chose would be also depending on the learners' needs such as age, preference, learning purpose and prior experience.
Based on Jazz harmony that is very important for understand all music. Every harmony starts by scales.
If students have the preference of piano curriculum they might want to learn, I can help the students to master it. Generally, to improve students' music skill, hearing is the most important aspect. So, the approaches I will use are hearing, then playing, and last but not least, reading. I want the students to feel that music is fun, so that I might offer mini-games during the lessons.
My students range from beginners to high level students. They work on different genres and types of music based on their interest and goals. For the beginners, I use different materials for each students depending on their musical strength and weakness, the example of the materials are Alfred, Piano Adventure, Suzuki, Hal Leonard etc.
I like my students to be comfortable but they know I like to get their best work out of them with an easy going approach. Hard work pays off, but not in an old-school sense. I like students to focus on their interest areas but with honest guidance.
People learn differently and therefore different teaching methods are required for each different student. Kinetic engagement is a demand of most musical pursuits but some people benefit from a strong grounding in music theory before advancing with hands on training.
My teaching method is fluid and stems from what each individual is seeking. I ask each student to bring with them a direction or aim and we work together to reach their goals in a time frame of their choosing.
I have had no teaching experience before but I believe and my piano teacher believes I will make a great teacher for younger children or beginner pianist, saxophonist, cellists and guitarists to help get them kick started on their musical journey.
I look for sheet music of songs that the students would like to learn, and teach them to read the sheet music and play the songs on the piano. Students will learn and practice the songs until they can play the whole song beautifully.
I prefer to learn what kind of learner my student is as soon as possible, so I can tailor the teaching towards what works best for them. Some students prefer to watch the piece be played before trying it themselves, some learn better by diving right in and some would rather listen and follow along.
Piano tutoring: Beginner to intermediate level students. I have experience with AMEB exam preparation (up to grade 8) or school exam preparation (up to year 11). For students simply aiming to enjoy playing piano and reading music, I have developed engaging programs that fast-track your progress.
I come from a musical background having had 14 years of experience on performing live on stage, community functions and events, teaching vocal performance and technique as well as engaging effectively with students, teachers and professional development. I have my own productions company and I teach classes ranging from singing, vocal lessons, scriptwriting, theatre performance.
I believe all lessons should be focused around the student and their needs. I'd like to start by identifying exactly what the student is having trouble with. From there we can move on to reading music and perhaps playing a few small pieces. I think any student with a positive attitude and a bit of persistence will find these lessons helpful.
I base my classes on each individual student's needs. Everyone is unique and have different areas of interest.
I always offer my students chocolates or a cup of tea to make them feel welcome and confortable to express theirselves and trust, as it is very important that there is a trust relationship between tutor and student. We start the lesson with learning the technique, and then applying the technique on their favourite songs that they always love to play or sing.
My teaching method is one on one geared towards beginners. The structure of my teaching will be going through the basic of the piano, music reading and piano playing. I like to ensure my student is at their confident level where they can memorise and recognise notes immediately before moving onto the next stage.
My teaching method is based on students current needs and working on adaptable skills (such as rhythmic work) not just focusing on learning pieces is a high priority, because it is a fundamental skill in musicology. I am also looking to becoming a teacher with the Suzuki method because I believe in its teaching practices.
In her teaching, Chermaine strives to provide students with the knowledge and tools that allow for independent thinking, encourage healthy and mechanically efficient playing habits, and cultivate in them sensitivity to and understanding of the music. Patience, encouragement, and sensitivity to the individual needs of every student are of great importance in her teaching.
My teaching method is a traditional one that considers the basic of the music theory and practice. The practice is a vital part of the learning journey. And in order to maintain proficiency it is better to start exercise with your favorite piece of music that makes you really passionate to perform it by yourself.
I give my best teaching style to my students through honesty, patience, support and empowering them with the new knowledge of what musical technique is! I enjoy watching a students progress unfold as they aim to fulfil their musical goals.
The best teaching is to let you find joy and excitement by your own and that will give you encouragement to keep learning and developing yourself. I mainly teach classical and pop music piano. You will never feel boring learning from me because I am the one who hate to be boring most.
Try to encorporate an engaging yet fun approach to teaching my students with a nice friendly environment and an inviting methodology that will make you want to keep practicing! During my years learning Piano and Cello i struggled with keeping myself motivated, being a kid, it was tough.
My music lessons are carefully arranged to fit your needs and interests. You can pick the songs and what you want to learn.
Flexible teaching method that caters to the individual needs of students A. As an ESL Teacher - To develop confidence and fluency in using English through the use of conversational and situational practise. - To cultivate clear pronunciation rather than “mimic” or “practise” a native accent.
My teaching method begins with constructivism and branches into various techniques - scaffolding, discussion, brainstorming, problem solving, games etc. - depending on the cognitive and physical needs of my students, the tasks at hand while guiding them to their full potential as life-long learners.
I teach contemporary music using music books from music stores and teach music theory as well. I begin my lessons with technical work like scales and then progress to pieces. I also can teach a little classical but only till Grade 2 AMEB. I have a Grade 6 AMEB Piano For Leisure and Grade 5 AMEB Theory.
Piano teacher for 3 years part time, I love teaching young children and watching them achieve their goals. Casual, fun lessons - Can help for AMEB or school exams. I teach to read sheet music and to use singing and listening to help their skills.
Having completed my L.Mus.A, I know the ins and outs of the AMEB syllabus and will most certainly be able to tailor my lessons to the needs of you or your child. On your very first lesson, I will draft a lesson plan for the year which would be based on your learning goals for the year, so that we can both be on the same page about the progress of lessons.
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