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.
I have worked in the school system for about 10 years as Assistant. I received my MBA in 2015. I am willing to assign particular assignments to complete along with the reading portion. I enjoy helping others to learn achieve and grow.
I am a motivated ambitious teacher and learner, with experience with the different techniques and layouts on drawing, with the passion to learn and teach others about what I am capable of doing.
I have an MFA in Visual Communication from University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. A BFA in Textile design from National College of Arts, Lahore. I have been studying art since my O-levels and Al-levels. I am available to teach all ages and help art student including elementary, high school, undergraduates and graduates with their art portfolio, development of new skills and art assignments.
I have my High School Diploma, I went to college for 2 years and afterwards could not financially afford it. The degree I was studying was for Fire Science- Associates Degree. I work hard, I am motivated to help others be successful and to teach them that it really isn't as hard as you think it may be.
My teaching method is based on engaging the student (s) with a fun hands on approach, there is no reason for teaching a student and art class if they are unable to actually create the art themselves and have fun while doing it!
My teaching methods are to be step by step with also a little add in for art History’s. When a child is stuck on a level then it means the lesson should be breaking down more to a more easy level.
My method of teaching is using examples of bad and good art for the topic of teaching to compare the two, let my students practice drawing the topic of teaching for the timespan of how long we’ll be doing so, and letting them ask questions if they have any.
My teaching method is based off student personal passion as central theme for creativity to create a long lasting enthusiasm for artistic appreciation and achievement.
My teaching method is unique to every student. I hone in on your strengths to build them up and strategically create exercises to improve your shortcomings. Every pupil is unique and I can help you to find ways to become your best.
My teaching method is to begin at my student's level of understanding and to further develop their skill set through my demonstrations, their hands-on application of that information, and by providing them with course hand-outs for practice and remediation.
One on one, or in groups focused on developing the artists eye, projects and hands on crafts to inspire even the timid of heart I believe the difference between a Master artist and a beginner is not in how many mistakes you make, but in what you do with them when you make them for one man's catastrophe is another man's greatest triumph of artistic genius.
My teaching method would depend on the student and see where there starting from, talk about what they wish to improve on. I would demonstrate, have them follow and then give advice on how to improve.
I like to teach people based on how they are personally and their own way of learning, I don't like to have a specific way of teaching because everyone is different.
I prefer interactive teaching and hands on learning. I'm willing to make this tutoring a well earn of your money and most importantly an experience you will not regret. I'm also a nerd so I'll try tying other pop culture into the learning to make it more pleasing to different age groups.
I can give lessons to anyone of any age. The basics for art can be easily understood by anyone and even younger children can be taught easily. I begin with evaluations to see what the students already know and can do. Then from there I ask what they want and where they want to get to. We work on those things and I'll even critique their work like universities do.
my teaching method depends on what the students want to learn. Of course most of the time that means a lot more because of what they don't know.
I prefer to teach in person as it's important to be drawing from life and I have lots of great still life materials to practice with. I am most used to a classroom setting with 15-25 students and would love to give group lessons. I have recently started teaching more using online resources for my students and have enjoyed exploring this option.
I'm willing to teach anyone from Freshman to High School Seniors looking for the next big step. Subjects I am strongest to teach are portraits, color theory, anatomy, and character building. I strive to teach how to successfully make a presence online, how to choose the right school (for any interested art subject), as well as what to expect from your academic experience.
I'm a friendly person I am very hands-on I love getting to know each child
I am a professional Artist retired from teaching Art in AA Arbor Public Schools for 28 years.I specialize in drawing and painting.I sell my work especially portraits all over the world. I have an Associates Degree in Art from Delta College,and Bachelor Degree in Graphic Design and Illustration form Saginaw Valley State College,professional license to teach Art from Eastern Michigan University.
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