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Beginner Music Technology Teachers & Beginner Music Technology Lessons

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Andy

Andy

Bachelors: BA Honours (first class) Music Technology (2006)
individual learning style, and I make my lessons fun, inspiring, and challenging - all at the same time! I am known for my sense of humour and easy going style, but I do demand the best from my pupils. I use a range of teaching techniques and have studied the art of teaching in great depth. Talent is not enough, and I believe it is the responsibility of the teacher to assess and evalute each...
Joana

Joana

PGCE: Post-Compulsory Education Teaching (2015)
needs. My preferred teaching methods include investigation, learning from questions, test practice, practical experimentation, and lecturing/demonstration. I encourage tutees to engage in reading and writing when appropriate. I follow a philosophy where any subject is accessible to anyone, so that I am committed to work with every tutee whether they are new to the subject or experienced. Music theory lessons will be assisted with the use of keyboard or electric guitar, and music software (Logic...
Andy

Andy

Bachelors: 2:2 Bsc Hons Sound Engineering (2010)
music incorporates both the tried and tested methods and some more alternative methods. I believe that playing music is first and foremost about having fun. I don't feel that learning an instrument should always be about spending hours practicing one note at a time scales or studying theory books, because playing music should be a hobby, not a chore. The appreciation for theory and technique will come to the player naturally in their own time...
Rich
student wants to do. I find that musicians are more motivated when they can see the benefit of their learning for themselves, rather than being pushed or railroaded into anything. Such was my experience at school. Music tuition with me can be as technical or as artistic as the student wishes. I always prefer to take a more practical approach and play by feel to explore expression, but I will work with the student to...
John Carl
style accordingly. The youngest student I have taught was a 4 year old and the oldest 72! As a very experienced teacher, my lessons are very much geared to the individual. With younger students, the focus is always on purposeful fun with music games and singing used to reinforce piano skills. With older students, it is about building a personalised programme of learning which will both challenge and entertain. I prepare students for exams with...
Jon

Jon

Professional: City & Guilds Music Theory (2001)
the right to enjoy and learn a musical instrument. I will not pressure you to learn anything you do not want to learn, nor will I force lots of music theory on you unless you wish to learn it. I do not teach group lessons. I believe learning can be far more enjoyable and productive in a one to one environment where the lesson is specifically tailored to your needs and requirements. My aim is...
Stuart

Stuart

Doctorate: Art & Design (2008)
level 3 qualifications in music technology and sound in interactive media. Having had a wide variety of teaching experiences, working with learners aged from 6 to 72, I have gained excellent communication skills. Being able to listen and plan exactly what the student wants is integral to my approach. From this a bespoke scheme of learning is created. Working with young people, and having two young children in my own family has given me much...
Matthew
people express their thoughts and feelings through music. Participants would learn different ways of making music from songwriting to music recording studio skills and creating music tracks. “…friendly, encouraging & skilled, always prompt & generous with his time…” My approach to lessons is always relaxed & informal. Lesson topics are normally directed towards your own personal areas of interest, with an emphasis on teaching you practical applications of the techniques you learn, since the goal...
Phillip

Phillip

Masters: Master of Music (Distinction) (2004)
a piano, theory, composition, orchestration, history and musicianship/aural tutor with fellowships/posts at the Royal College of Music, London College of Fashion, London College of Communication, and the University of the Arts London. I have taught children (from the age of 4) up to adults (60+). I teach and guide each student differently, dependent on their experience, commitment and what they wish to achieve - from relaxed music making, casual lessons, or rigorous work for exams,...
Scott

Scott

PGCE: PostGraduate Diploma in Education (2016)
role as facilitating the route the student chooses to take. I focus on a holistic approach to guitar and music tuition, as each of the areas I teach interlink. For instance, guitar/ukulele students will not only learn how to play their instrument, but will also learn elements of music theory, music technology, and songwriting as relevant to their needs. Students wanting to study composition or music theory will also gain some basic skills on piano...

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