My teaching method revolves around using Orff and Kodaly methods of music pedagogy. During lessons, we will focus on technique and musical awareness. In turn this will give you the ability to learn music that you enjoy at your own pace.
My method of teaching is the same way I was taught. I start off by getting the student comfortable with a guitar and learning the basics. Once they are capable I encourage learning what you want to learn. I'll never force lessons onto anyone that finds it boring or can't handle them. To get better at guitar you have to practice daily outside of lessons.
I like a practical but also theoretical approach to learning guitar. I find it important to have the physical skills and basic fingering down first, then build some musical theory and reading knowledge so as to create a base for later improvement. I find listening an essential part of learning music as well and find it is important for the student to learn through their ears.
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 initially learned music through method books supplied by the teacher, which I hated because I couldn't see the point, and when I got a guitar teacher that taught me how to play songs that I liked and paired it with music theory I loved it and that's what I have been doing ever since - for myself and for my students.
My approach is to understand the student and motivate him/her to practice, give tools and techniques but mostly try to get the person engaged with the instrument. There is no way to learn if you are not engaged, the idea is the teacher to get that done.
My teaching method depends on the student. I transform my guitar lessons in a way that best helps my students gear in with the lesson focus. For the first few lessons, it will be treated as a calibration period, where I can estimate what the student is good at and areas they need to work on.
My approach to teaching is using interest and play based learning, in conjunction with basics and fundamentals. Using passion to drive the learning experience, to have positive reinforcement and achieve best results. Individualizing a program based on each students needs and customizing the lessons.
Depending on the students age/ability, a lesson will last for a half hour with two sections - scales and song learning to one hour with three sections - scales, reading and song learning. The theory progresses with the student's competence.
I am geared towards students that want to write songs. A lesson entails a demonstration for 15mins and then the student attempting it for 30 while I correct hand position and help to adjust the pressure they use. I believe music is the most important thing in the universe and genuinely want to share my passion.
I teach guitar online, F2F (face to face) or through demonstrational videos and PowerPoint presentation (lecture/pre-read) I give short quizzes after each lesson/module to see to it that learners/students understand what I am teaching in regards to concept, method and techniques.
I will base all lessons around learning and analyzing a certain song (chosen by the student) and then proceed to explain and help them understand the theory behind the structure of the song and why it is put together the way it is. I'll then help them write their own song in a similar style to the one we just learnt.
I approach teaching guitar with a casual teaching style, i will work to adapt to how you prefer to learn. I can assist with online resources or provide originals customized to you. A mix of practical knowledge mixed with theoretical underpinnings will give you a full picture to greater aid in your learning.
To make music FUN and discover all the benefits it has to offer Learn songs that YOU want to learn Whilst I encourage all students to learn a little theory, I do not force them too as everyone has different aspirations for their playing future.
I try to make playing music accessible and easily available to my students from the very first lesson.
I believe in understanding a students needs and requirements and my lessons are based on what the student wants to learn. I believe a solid foundation in music theory is essential for students to understand music and be able to move forward in their learning.
My teaching method is very practical, however, if the student would like it so, I will supply written work as well. I base my lessons on the students desires, along with some suggestions which I believe may help the student to improve at a steadier pace.
My teaching method is getting students to read music notation first so that they can become independent in reading music to insure they feel confident and comfortable knowing what they are playing. From there its just teaching the students all music theory and general knowledge.
My teaching method is firstly to find out what the learner is interested in style wise. Second is determining what level they are at. Thirdly is devising a plan that covers techniques and songs with a harder song being the eventual goal. After reaching that goal, we will set harder goals and I will provide guidance to reach them.
I love teaching students who are committed to practice and improving their current skills on the instrument. My approach towards lessons and teaching is more relaxed and encouraging to create a welcoming space for students although discipline is very important.
I teach according to each student's needs and learning style. I believe that music and the guitar can be taught holistically and measurably, with practical methods and simple guidelines. Every student has the ability to be successful at music.
I approach teaching music though what each student is suited so we will start with the basics and then move on from that.
I tailor my teaching to the needs of the student with both style and type of instrument and try to motivate my students through playing songs that they like encouraging them to practice on their own. I tend to use both online resources as well as books that I scan and share with my students online.
I like to keep lessons interesting and targeted to the students musical tastes and abilities. Playing guitar should be fun and rewarding so it is important to see things through the students eyes and not just what a teacher thinks is appropriate for every student.
I write custom lessons for each person. For that reason, my lessons fit your learning style and make you learn faster. My aim is to make you independent musician so we can jam together or you can create your own band asap.
I base my classes on developing musical skills needed with a focus on the style the student is most interested in. Each lesson consists of - Rhythm skills on selected instrument (Developing strumming hand technique and rhythm accuracy) Scale Patterns Chord Patterns Learning a simple song that the student relates to.
My teaching is both practical and theoretical, with an emphasis on improving technique, aural skills, repertoire and exposure to modern musical approaches. Lessons are either in person or online and tailored to the individual. Music is the real teacher, but I aim to guide, inspire and clarify.
I base my lessons on what my student wants to learn. I ask them what their goals are in the topic of study and aim to create lessons and teach in order to help them achieve those goals over time. I always want to make sure I am catering to their needs and wishes in terms of what I'm teaching.
My teaching method is tailored to the student. Some students come to me with a very specific taste in music and like to talk about their passion and guide the lesson through their interest. I always employ the 'I do, we do and you do' method of teaching. I also provide students with an MP4 of the song they are learning so they can take it away and practice in between sessions.
I teach people what they want to learn and try to teach each student in a way they will learn quickly while having fun. Some people learn in a tactile way while others prefer a more structured approach. I can also teach from beginners to advanced and even the most experienced players will learn something new including me.
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