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.
My teaching method will be inspired by Reggio Emilia approach. This is where the program will be student-centered and constructivist that uses self-directed, experiential learning in relationship-driven environments. I believe that art is one of the platforms to introduce a structured yet nurturing path for children to grow.
My studio teaching method is open ended, unstructured and based mostly on experimentation. There is also a more formal record keeping aspect of my programs via an artist book or journal. Preliminary studies and sketches along with brainstorming and word journaling form a large part of this work. There is also encouragement to engage in contemporary culture with a view to critiquing social issues.
My teaching method is open base on student- subject specific base on the student level of understanding and skills. Am a freestyle person to suit the client/person or student in question. It can also be a subject base lesion.
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.
My teaching style is helping build confidence in the students own abilities and unique talents. Sharing my passion and knowledge and building a strong foundation for the student. I have a strong foundation in art and design and have studied and master my craft for many years.
My teaching method is I work intuitively and I have a core belief that everyone is creative in there own way I love working with colour and I combine the creative process with a range of techniques to support your outcome.
My teaching methodology is based on a communicative and creative approach. I use the everyday situation, movies, literature, popular culture, history, and many games that awaken the creative side of my students, while I also use certain techniques to improve their skills.
My teaching method is very self-paced, I cannot move on from a topic if my student doesn’t completely grasp it. I am also a very ‘black and white’ learner-I can’t understand something without order, so I try to implement the easiest, most straight forward methods in my classes.
I teach by demonstration using step by step and working with the student to help them to create a piece of given art. The student is supported whole way through the process as we all work together. They go away with an experience they can try for themselves.
I cover a broad range of techniques with a range of mediums varying from pencil sketching, watercolour, pastel to acrylic painting. Classes commence with basic technique skill, design and art concepts, usually working with one medium to begin with until the students developed their technique. As classes continue we increase the variety of mediums to find the ones that suit the student.
For the students to get interested in painting, I always start with a motivational class, So that they can look into the future. later on, my start from basics drawings, so that students get a strong foundation in drawing. And the next it is about playing with colours.
In college, there was a class, the foundation of creativity. This is a very important lesson for using all kinds of methods to build up something. Hope to accompany with children and teach them how to present something in their imaginary with creativity.
My main objective is to find a way for the student to express themselves and find their own style of art, a lot of artists are stuck in a "technique" mindset and they fail to produce something unique. While teaching the student the fundamental techniques of drawing and painting my ultimate goal will be the development of a unique style that the student can call their own.
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 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.
I like to approach my students with view to inspire an enthusiasm to be daring. Sometimes we will be hands on with instructions and other times will be lively discussion on the endless possibilities in front of us. We can never get bored with this type of exchange. Part learning experience, part therapy to break the shackles of conventional thought.
I am passionate about helping people and my art. Art is a way of expressing yourself and learning this skill is a way of life for me. I like helping all people and teaching them art skills. Anyone can do art its aimed at expressing yourself.
I allow the student to inform me of their interests and goals, them there I construct a program, activities to boost their confidence and abilities. I like the student to keep their work in a folder so they can reflect on the lessons and projects they have constructed.
The approach is a coaching style which underscores the theoretical underpinnings in the Arts. I always encourage artists to go into the content of the artwork other than its visual impact. So part of the theories I teach is on how to develop a strong narrative in every artwork.
My teaching methods depend on you! I want to know how you think you learn best, and I will do my best to teach in that way.
The whole idea of my teaching method is to give students the freedom to take my method I teach and make it their own. The lessons will touch base on the basic elements of drawing/painting and will then use the basic elements to create a masterpiece that relates to each student.
I have designed 3 different themes: STILL LIFE, ABSTRACT, and PORTRAIT. I start by guiding the students step by step to create volumes through the use of variety of tones and shades.
I like to start the sessions off by getting to know the person first because that has a lot to do with how the work turns out or what inspires them. Everyone is different and we all see and understand things in our own ways. There are too many people out there saying our work doesn't look good or it could be better. but us as the artist see it completely different.
I will present an artist (only 19, 20 and 21 century) by choosing a famous masterpiece and we will debate on. It will be interesting to know if you like or dislike it, sometimes artists produce to chock the society ! I will learn you to decipher masterpiece throw colours, structure, creative method used.
I like to help my students build on their own concepts and ideas, making it possible for them to create their own art. I can advise students on how to use any of their chosen mediums from drawing with pencils, charcoal, ink and chalk to painting in oil or acrylic on canvas.
Just as no two people are exactly the same, everyone's artistic approach is unique. So, when I teach art, I really try to understand where each student is coming from, and mould my teaching style to suit their needs, bringing out the best in them.
I'm a practicing visual artist with doctorate in Architecture. I encourage learning via experimentation.I can teach painting with pastels, watercolour and acrylic. Lessons start with learning about still life, importance of light and contrasts to the intuitive use of technique and colours. I provide lessons via email and provide online feedback and demos to suit students' needs.
My teaching method for art is to demonstrate basic ideas and to allow the student to develop on their own while offering guidance and new perspective to allow them to thrive. This allows the student to develop their own artistic identity and create their own artworks with through their own creative means.
My teaching method is one whereby the students' own style and techniques are brought to the fore. I am interested in the students' ideas, along with the already existing history of art, and where those students' ideas fit. This can be done by mostly the discussion and demonstration method.
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