Each lesson is uniquely crafted to fit the individual student. The hourly price covers all materials that will be needed to complete the lesson - students do not have to purchase the materials separately to attend.
My teaching method is having confidence in your work can make a great improvement, never be afraid to start off messy. Even though I am not a very advanced artist, I improve my weakness by doing them with bold confidence.
I have given lessons to beginners and intermediate college student. My techniques and methods are based on what I have learned from my mentors. As well as sharing knowledge of my own techniques, I believe sharing knowledge has a great impact.
I enjoy teaching children and young teens/adults the basic and high level skills of different art forms in a free flowing atmosphere. I enjoy letting people create and learn at there own pace, with the help from a teacher or other students.
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 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 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.
I base my classes on factual history. Letting people chose their favorite era and see where they go from there.
I like to begin by assessing the skill level of my students then adjust my lesson plan to accomodate them so they get the most from the class regardless their experience. The first few lessons will start out with rendering basic shapes then progressing on to more complex subject matter.
My lessons are clearly explained step by step. I base my classes on foundation skills, art history and your personal expressive goals.I use a lot of visual examples to learn from and inspire. Progress and successes always happen if you try :) My teen student have won awards and scholarships.
My teaching method offers an understanding of visual composition, color theory, and art movements. My objective is to blend the academia of art with the nurturing of personal exploration and creative fulfillment.
I love to adapt my teaching methods to each person I meet and keep in mind that others may learn quickly and some may need time to absorb. Both are valid and should be treated as such! Hands on and improving through practice and constructive criticism is the way to go! Learning should be a fun process and should make others want to continue, not feel defeated.
My teaching methodology is cooperative and collaborative, helping each student to pursue their individuality within the context of a concrete type instruction modality. Exploration and education based on classical/realism and neo-classical/neo-realism/modernism as a vehicle to producing arts and crafts (drawings, paintings, ceramics, jewelry design, fabric design, graphic/commercial arts, etc).
Introduction to relevant background knowledge, history, and artists. Projects broken down into research, thumbnail sketches, and other preliminary task or technique preparation. That knowledge, plus the student's personal influence, is then applied to the project.
I love to teach with an open mind. All students learn differently and need to be taught the way that they learn best.
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.
My teaching methods can be varied by the group of students: for adults, I tend to introduce more of the background knowledge with their interest or field; for the child, I'd like to guide them follow their nature, to observe/discover the shape/color and connection of the nature and environment we live in, by this I will give some art knowledge points depends on the teaching situation.
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.
I base my approach on a partnership very much under the humanist philosophy of building empathy and trust, geared to involve the learner at each stage of the decision making process. Through building up a rapport with students i can adapt my methodology towards individual learning styles.
I encourage students to identify the learning style that works best for them, and provide continuous positive support. My students have thrived in a fun learning environment through the use of visuals and practical experience. I have experience engaging students from as young as 4 years old, through to tertiary level.
My classes and lessons change based on the individual. I assess what your needs are and plan accordingly. Continuous feedback and positive reinforcement offered. I am most comfortable tutoring and teaching elementary grades; JK-grade 8. Will follow IEP.
My teaching method is to use activities whether than digital or practical exercises to reinforce information about the subject being taught. I feel it is important for the students to gain an understanding of the process of taking an idea from initial conception through to a finished piece of work or product. Concentrating on research and design development.
My first concern is to get to know you, your interests, skills and passions. Being creative is a very personal and exposing thing, developing your confidence in your abilities as well as your trust in me as a tutor is key. Getting to know you will help me to form lesson plans that spark your own exciting ideas that projects can develop from.
I like to structure my lessons around relatively simple exercises to improve technique and confidence, alongside theory and art history guidance that will come in useful in future study, and pertains to the topic at hand. I pride myself on being friendly and approachable, and love curiosity in all its forms. I'm currently only looking to tutor hobby students, or those aiming for GCSE level.
I am offering 1:1 or small group classes (less than 3 people) if you wish. The class could be via Skype or face to face in London. I have experience of working in different designer studio during my uni holiday, so both practical and academic skills will be given.
I base my classes on the visual exploration of art forms from the past to the present, which provides a framework for self expression through mixed media. My methodology to teach art is a clear focus on Composition and Imagination.
I like to present a loose concept with materials to be used, allowing the artist to choose the subject matter. I give instruction of the techniques that can be executed with given mediums. Teaching confidence in ones value of individual expression is an important factor in teaching the production of authentic art, regardless of the artists' age or skill level.
I focus mainly on refining artistic techniques and skills, like acrylic painting, sketching etc. I would also explore creativity and the ability to source ideas from a stimulus. If any help was needed with presentation of sketchbooks, I could advise.
I teach classes based on doing, it won't just be a page of instructions. I like people who ask questions and are very willing to put in the practice to improve. Lessons will be structured to how you want to learn and what you want to learn from me and what guidance you seek.
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