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.
Mainly I like to guide and help my students build their knowledge through their own personal effort and research, making them realising everything that is related to their subject and giving them all the necessary means to evolve on their own. Building strong foundation of knowledge so in the future everything will add up.
I always try to personalize my classes according to the student needs and interests. I usually start the class by analyzing some artworks or artist related to the subjects. Then I encourage and guide the student to create its own art. Students can choose the art technique and art style they want to learn or practice.
my teaching methodology is use the tools, methods and techniques that can be used in making art works. I want to teach students that want to learn the basics of drawing, painting and printmaking. Usually, this means looking at using the various media and techniques to make individual artworks.
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.
I like to infuse my practical knowledge of art practices with a mindful and organic teaching style. My intention is to encourage others to find their individual style and hopefully while learning art they also get to know themselves on a deeper level. Lets say the methods will be fun, light hearted and unorthodox.
I am a well qualified teacher with a PhD in Painting and Sculpture. The lessons I teach commences with drawing and shading before the application of paint. in sculpture similar drawings lesson precede the molding of objects with clay before using the casting method.
I like to find out what the student wants to do and then base the lessons on that. I think people learn better if they are doing what they are interested in. I can make a lesson plan around almost any topic.
My teaching method is based upon the students personality and lifestyle. I find when a student works within this perameter the student is able to be comfortable and therefore will focus more on the task at hand. This will create a open relationship so that the student feels free to learn.
I love what I do and embrace my talent! It is an honour to be able to teach my hard work and alow others to enjoy the pleasure of their creativity but most of all do it in a simplified and efficient way rather then the long hard road I had to take! I really love teaching others!
I have a unique way of teaching and many of my students comment on how theraputic they are as well as my encouragement and belief in the naive being the best art possible!
I utilize a constructivist approach in my teaching where scaffolding, guidance, and feedback is integral. I believe learning is most effective when the learner is engaged and when the lesson materials are adjusted to the learner's level of learning.
My teaching methodology is based on a student-led approach whereby I tailor creative individual learning projects to a student's interests and knowledge. This means that each student's lesson structure will be uniquely based on their real-world experiences.
I love myths, ancient stories and folklore . I love to create new images by drawing on traditional designs, both in painting and in illustration. I try to be a creative person and am always interested in learning new skills and gaining experiences.I believe to pure art in any time for any age. Do you like art? I love too. So we have a same habit.
Usually my classes are 2,5 -3 hours long, as people need time to develop their artwork and i am there to guide them. When new material is introduced i do demo and then leave people to it, i walk from one to another and give guidance and feedback.
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.
My methodology is to first break down the reason for needing tutoring, whether it be they are giving everything they have but the teacher isn't seeing it or they need just need help to get started. We then would work on techniques that would be individual to the student whether it be relating it to different subjects or trying different styles that would make them feel more comfortable.
If you are not searching for VCE tutoring we can work together on a curriculum centred around your desires. I will structure our course so that you can continue to explore and learn without the need for face-to-face lessons- however, these will be organised as they are very beneficial.
MAYA (all levels except skinning and rigging) ZBRUSH (all levels) PHOTOSHOP (all levels) PHOTOGRAPHY (all levels) in both French or English. (Bilingual) Rather than a long speech, I'll let you judge for yourself: (hidden information) My way of teaching depends on your level. In general. Avoid doing too much theory; i'd rather train you, sitting next to you on a second computer.
Hello, Graduate School EMILE COHL, Lyon, and graduate school IPESAA (Montpellier) I give lessons for all levels, adapted according to the needs and desires! --------------------------------------- ALL LEVELS DURING DRAWING I offers classes for ALL , beginners / students / confirmed: - Illustration - Comics - Graphics and desktop publishing (photoshop, illustrator, indesign) - Painting - Sculpture...
The most important aspect to remember in art is there is no right or wrong. No matter what you get told, only personal opinions can get in the way. I do not believe you can teach art as such, but instead find a solution that will open up possibilities and answers for the artist. There is no good technique are bad technique, it is what works for the individual.
I work with students and help them to access to BAC STD2A, DNMADE, Arts-Décoratifs ENSAD or Fine Art school. I help you in the constitution of your portfolio. We will build an authentic portfolio, which will best reflect your personality and your artistic universe.
I’m a London based artist who teaches short courses at Central St Martins. I also teach privately, one to one either in person or by Skype. My specialities are drawing, portfolio preparation, 3d and sculpture. I have taught all age groups from 6 year olds to 70 year olds but mostly my students are preparing for art college.
My teaching method is based mainly on the understanding of what is being worked on, yes I like to be organized and to carry a structure in order to fulfill the stated objective but always customizing it to the user.
Although I do group lessons, I believe that each person has his or her own pace of evolution, so I adapt the program of my classes to each student. Being my formation and all my artistic course turned to the human body and its anatomy, naturally the program of my lessons goes to the same theme. Always trying to practice the drawing by observation.
The methodology will be given depending on the interests and the way each student is working because everyone has their times and their ways of doing things, it is from there where the methodology will be proposed, so that it is appropriate for each person.
My teaching is based on idea development classes, integrating contemporary art and themes into my teaching requires a shift from predominantly technique-driven instruction to idea-driven instruction. Many artists do not work in a single medium or technique and instead try to explore an idea, event, situation, or question through multiple media and visual strategies; I encourage this methodology.
My teaching method is based on trust between student and teacher and on the "deformalization" of what is known as academia.
My teaching method is to get to know the individual first, see what they need help with, and then go from there. I am experienced in various subjects involving the visual arts and would be more than happy to help develop other students abilities.
I approach any meeting with a sincere communication, a sharing necessary to establish the approach that will correspond to you. Everything will depend on this, we can approach the drawing by repetitive and logical exercises, or by experiences that will take you out of the beaten track. In this way, I hope I will learn as much from you as you from me ..