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William J

William J

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In 2015-2016 I worked at Archimedean Middle Conservatory in Miami, FL teaching 6-8th grade general music. All students learned drum rudiments and call and response techniques. I also ran an after-school drum program where students learned more complex rudiments, rhythms, and how to play as a group. From 2013-2015 I taught at Keys Gate School where I ran a similar after-school drum program. From 2004 to now I have taught private drum lessons. Specifically, from 2008-2013, I worked at Music Depot in Florida City where I custom tailored lessons for each student and prepared them for classical and contemporary music ranging from hip hop to metal and everything in between. When I wasn't working from the the store I also traveled to student's homes where I apllied the same philosophy in catering each lesson to the students needs.

Ryan S

Ryan S

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My main philosophy is that every student is different and should be treated accordingly.  The methods I use are specifically tailored to each student and can be methods that I have learned or developed myself.  I start students off by asking them collect ideas about their instrument and the music they enjoy.  From that point, I begin to simultaneously teach technique and musicianship in relation to their expressed interests.  The key to my teaching method is that I ask difficult questions and then I give the student time to think and develop an answer.  Students are expected to think for themselves as I guide them toward answers that are best for their success.

Marty M

Marty M

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I have a little card taped to a bookcase in my living room that says: "Give 'em something they can DO."  This means the students needs to be able to put things into action, into motion. Everything will make more sense for you when you physically DO it. Then my card says, "Give 'em something they CAN do." This is an important distinction!  When the activities are do-able, from the very beginning, students experience success and their confidence begins to grow. This comes from low-pressure experiences, each at the right place in the sequence of skill learning. In any field, seeing that you CAN do it makes all the difference!

Daniel I

Daniel I

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Music Educator, Producer, Recording Artist, Multi-Instrumentalist, Culturist.   *Founded and operated a Music school for teens and youth ( in Lansdowne, Virginia).Operated for  3 years before moving to New York City. *Worked for Sony Music in Artist Development and production  for (Kat Dahlia) *Relocated to Denver in 2014 for new-media project. *Contract educator and teacher of various students in Denver..Music Theory, Piano Performance, Music Composition,Music Production,Voice Lessons, Choral Arrangement, Audio Recording.Jazz Voicing, Composition & Arrangement. *Member of multiple music productions in Denver, Colorado  

Brady S

Brady S

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On the first lesson, I seek to establish long-term goals based on the interest and skill level of the player. One of the first questions I ask is, "what song do you want to learn the drum part to?"  The most important thing about playing any instrument is to have fun, so I custom-tailor every lesson in order to see the most enjoyment on my students' faces as possible.  While I have hundreds of pages of exercises I have written from which to pull, I will usually hold off even opening my book until I feel the student is ready to have fun with it.  Once a student dives into learning a song, the exercises in my book as well as my experience and a metronome will help polish the student's timing and technique, opening doors to other songs and more challenging rhythms.

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