My teaching method is really personalised because i want to understand very well all of the art tecnics and individual process about my students, so but i have 6 moduls that i used for the base to teach the basic about creative process.
My teaching method focuses on individuals. I typically start with getting to know each student and discovering what their skill level is as well as their goals and ambitions. I want to be sure that our time together is valuable and the information and skills I share will advance each student into the next level.
My teaching method includes demonstrations and active learning exercises for students to internalize specific learning objectives. I provide a historical background for this contemporary field of study and underscore the importance of materials and technique in the creative process. I utilize contemporary delivery methods with images of works of art from around the world and throughout time.
I like to experiment with everyone. I encourage individualism and also refinement, tools and methodologies. I love to utilize graphics for aiding artwork but also for portfolio presentations and resumes. I love to teach graphics, 3d modeling but of course fine art as well. We can work on traditional or experimental and abstract. It's up to you.
I am currently studying architecture at Iowa State University. I give lessons to anyone who wants to better their handwriting or drawing skills. Even though I am not a native speaker of Spanish, language learning comes to me easily. I like to meet people one-on-one, because this gives me a good understanding of the individual. I can then see what their strengths and weaknesses are.
I am a resourceful and imaginative teaching professional, highly trained in a wide array of artistic mediums. I have a talent for instilling art appreciation and promoting creativity and open-mindedness in students, plus a proven ability to maintain a well-disciplined and highly-motivated classroom.
I am an art educator that has experience in teaching all age levels in drawing and painting. Blooms' taxonomy is used, a strong foundation is created and lessons build on each other. I first determine the level at which students are working and build on those skills.
My teaching methods are to give demonstrations to the class, and offer a more visual learning experience. I also include personal experiences and advice to my students they would benefit from. I give lessons to anyone from a beginners level to intermediate levels.
My teaching method is to help students put their hearts and souls and emotions into their art. I want to help people find their voice and help draw out their talents, passion and skills in art. I will do so by helping critique my students in a creative manner, help them find what medium works best for them and help them develop their style.
I am someone who loves art in all of its forms. I have inclusive experience in performance and fine arts. I have taught clarinet, music and art appreciation, stage design, stage makeup design, costume design, general art, observational drawing, illustration, and graphic design.
I ask my students to teach me everything they know and then I make an evaluation of where skills need to be improved or learned. With groups I perform the same , but tailor the education to a more specific approach. My students also state what they would like to achieve/learn.
My classes are very interactive. I make efforts to understand the natural skills set and thinking pattern of each student and direct the course of study for hem accordingly. The end goal largely remains to be able to convey your ideas effectively through sketching, diagramming and painting.
My philosophy is that every student no matter skill level learns differently and has different needs and experiences in painting. My lessons are geared for all skills. I can teach in almost every media that a student is interested in but my personal style is abstract fine art. On a deeper level, my work is about art and healing and teaching how to communicate through creativity.
My methodology is creating a shared learning experience. Let me learn the main areas you'd like to improve and I will curate a personal plan! We will focus on reaching milestones both big and small together. Based on your areas of focus, lessons will be broken down into teaching, student learning, teacher review, and then revisions.
A little will go a long way. My method is a step by step process. Practice makes perfect and in order to be an artist or do the craft is to be patient and practice a lot with the education tools I will provide.
I will base my classes on having fun using expression and learning something. First, we would start off basic to see what level you are at and work from there. I think that it is important to not get bored so it will always be an interesting time.
When teaching, I focus on building muscle memory and technical skill before the creation of a complete piece. The ability to be confident in drawing a line comes before drawing a detailed face. I work step by step with students, offering one on one help when requested.
I enjoy teaching children and to nurture their own personal drawing abilities. I love seeing them grow and realize that everything is made out of shapes. That "AHA" moment on their faces is priceless and when they get it they soar.
I am usually a hands-on person and a one to one person. I will help you with want you need at the speed you need. I encourage people to contact me as much as possible and ask as many questions possible.
I strongly believe that an education in any of the arts requires a teacher that is flexible with their student's personality. We will start our first lesson by getting to know one another through simple sketching exercises before diving deeper into technicals.
I teach students key skills, enabling them to draw accurately what they see, and design creatively what they imagine. I interact easily with students, from age 15 through adults. I help those students who have natural artistic ability to enhance and broaden their skills, and those who feel they have no artistic talent to successfully develop skills in drawing, painting.
I base my classes on the idea of stopping the brain of the student from symbolizing something they see in favor of drawing what they are seeing. After that, study of Drawing Lessons from the Great Masters provides basic forms which are carefully copied and understood by the student. Then the student begins copying drawings of high quality by historic masters of the craft.
I think the most important thing as a teacher is being abled to adapt to my students and understand that we are all different, have different talents, and are abled to learn at out own individual pace. I am very discipline and expect students to be discipline enough for their age, but I also want them to have fun and enjoy their lessons.
Letting my students have a voice on what interests them is very important. Encouraging them to create and seek what they like. I try to be as open minded as posible to help my students and always respect their style and decisions. I raised 5 children and two of my boys love to paint even studied art.
I like to start out my lessons with black and white drawings/paintings. I teach individuals what you can do with only two colors. After that, I add a color a time. I also allow students to choose what they would like to learn, any topics they're struggling with, etc.
My teaching method is to get the young adults/ or children to express their inner creativity and embrace their emotions. Creating peace within themselves, confidence and passion for what may potentially inspire them to do in life and become.
I like to find out why the student might be struggling first. This is often due to the fact that the teachers in the educational establishment are not spending the time with the student to understand why they may be struggling. I then build upon this.
Have you ever imagined the world without any artwork? If not, try to do so. How would you feel? How do you think the world would fare without artwork? Do you think we as a whole would be just as progressive or regressive? Art is extremely important when it comes to our daily lives. Therefore, it is imperative that all students learn the wonderful world of artwork.
My teaching method is to start with a small activity as an opener. The opener is related to the lesson and it is just a fun way to introduce them to the lesson. From there I introduce the lesson and provide a visual aid to introduce them to an artist and different art styles.
My teaching style is a simple and step by step process. I start with a written lesson, present you with the finished art and guide you from start to finish on how to draw it step by step.
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