I approach my subjects of interest through the use of many visual aids including, but not limited to; segmented pieces from films, documentary vignettes, images, graphs, tables, & a heavy dependence on cited material from established authors. I keep reading to a minimum, providing pre-made Powerpoints with audio overlay & easy-to-follow guidance.
My teaching method is letting the students get their hands dirty. A class shouldn't be made of just lectures. The best way to learn is hands on. Teaching filmmaking works best when students get to create their own, fill in all the roles.
My teaching style is drawn from my own educational background, which has been holistic in nature: I hold structural precision and intellectual curiosity as equally valuable. I prefer to develop individualized lesson plans based on each student's specific interest areas and questions.
I have a very hands-on and collaborative approach in my teaching. While I give tips on where to begin, and how to enhance one's writing, I expect my students to put their imagination to work and create scripts of their own to bring to the table for us to edit together.
The teaching methodology I use is based on the idea of establishing a dialectical logic or we could say reciprocal, between practice and theory. That is, both spheres of education are considered as a whole, seeking didactic strategies for each case in a way that rejects the idea of mechanistic and empty application practices of knowledge, based on repetition, imitation.
My teaching method is to find out what skills/knowledge my students need to know. I have taught 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th years Master students. I tailor my classes to what is required of the students. I am a good listener and a positive influence. I am driven to get results but also tactful and supportive when required to be.
I believe that it is important, especially when teaching younger students or those who are not knowledgeable when it comes to film, to ensure the basics are established but also to make the lessons not only informative but also very enjoyable. I think it's important for more people to become involved with film, especially the current generation who have the most potential in the film industry.
My teaching methods are enthusiastic and engaging using audio/visual resourses and vibrant learning conversations
One of my main approaches to teaching is to be open to discussion. In my opinion and since film/television studies can be a subjective medium, being able to have an open inquisitive dialogue helps whoever I'm teaching retain what is being taught because they're engaging more with the content, rather than just being told it.
He holds a Masters Degree in Letters - Language, Culture and Speech from the University of Vale do Rio Verde (2018). Graduation in Audiovisual Production by Vale do Rio Doce University (2008). Specialization in Visual Arts: Culture and Creation by SENAC - MG (2010). Specialization in Distance Education Training at Universidade Paulista (2012). Technical course in Computing by ETEIT-UNIVALE (2004).
Building on existing knowledge and interests, I develop important expertise. This means that basic knowledge is taught first and build upon developing more in-depth skills. When it comes to film espacially, students should focus on a more hands on approach as fast as possible; whether through analysis movies or producing films is depending on the student in question.
My main methodology is debate, I believe that the classroom (even virtual) is a space for dialogue and horizontality. I am based on film theorists such as Andre Bazin, Jacques Aumont, Ismail Xavier and about the authors' own writings about their films.
My teaching method is very comfortable and flexible. I look at my students needs; whether they just want to improve their conversation skills or really want to dig into the theory. I use flash cards in every lesson to improve the students vocabulary.
My teaching lessons are open to all, but would be particularly beneficial to those studying film studies/ film analysis at GCSE and A-Level.
I teach from my own written material which has simpler and more practical applications than Film Theory. The teaching material that I use is based on my personal experience as a Documentary producer and Sound engineer on real film sets and shooting sites. I know that with my Online Teaching experience, helping people to understand Film making in a more practical way.
My teaching method is to adjust approach to the individual, some want to be a published novelist or screenwriter too soon and have to learn patience and the structure and approach steadily and from a plan suited to their needs; but no one can teach anyone to write best-sellers, no one.
I offer sessions in line with what the student wants to get out of but by playing to their strengths with a focus on strengthening their weaknesses. I work towards making workshops as relevant and appropriate for the student's needs and for them to be able to apply it so to make their own works.
My teaching method is based on the needs of the individual. An open and conversational class is often the best way to achieve good results, listening to the student and responding with personalised feedback and tasks.
My classes are hands-on and project based. I combine theory as we work on the practical work. In class, we review, breakdown and analyze films and the process it took to make them. The lessons will cover pre-production to post production including film editing. I am a hands-on teacher that believes in acquiring the technical skills that can help you start working in the film industry now.
The film world is one where one needs to understand the whole process in order to be good at one particular section. It is one where the student needs to be encouraged to find their specific talent. Discuss ideas, gain input, then be disciplined in the approach in order to deliver the right result. When writing stories or scripts get the idea down on paper first even if it I not perfect.
My lesson will help you with your upcoming project including; concept development, script writing, story boarding, scheduling and everything else in between to get your work up and running! It will be an practical lesson, while using industry-level resources to give you the best insight into film making.
I am offering online tutoring for both individuals and groups. I plan to teach students by first understanding what their needs and requirements are by having an introductory session to see what their skills and weaknesses are. I then intend to create a fun and safe environment where ideas and imagination can be expressed to further improve students’ creative journeys.
I base my classes on real world experience. This is the critical difference in that my models are not hypothetical, my ideas or theories are not my currency - My experience's are. I have twelve years of valuable insight across multiple feature films.
From graduating as an Actor from both Dundee and Angus and on a part time Scholarship at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, I proceeded to establish myself in the Scottish Industry. I worked in industry leading Theatres and experienced a wealth of on the job learning. Now, having just graduated with a Masters in Filmmaking, I want to share that knowledge and experience.
I like to use: Concise and precise PowerPoint lessons, relevant movie excerpts, fun group exercises, fun and relevant assignments that push students to excel themselves and be constantly striving for the best. All this with a pinch of necessary humour.
I teach from experience and tried and tested methods to make learning more intuitive.
I believe that in order for a passion in filmmaking to be fostered, fun is an important quality. Creativity blossoms in the right environment. I believe in finding the interest you have in film and working to your strengths rather then pointing out your weaknesses. We all have strengths and I will insure that you have confidence in those strengths as well as additional knowledge going forward.
I don't have any, I teach what I know and help with what people don't understand and can't do.
We will look at key areas of script writing for television, including structure, acts, themes, character and genre.
The approach of the subject will be broad and universal so that the student can write a short, medium or feature for film or television, according to their preference. It is not necessary to have previous experience and to possess it, this course can be a reaffirmation of the concepts and an opportunity to carry out different exercises that improve your writing or creativity.
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