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Alexandria M

Alexandria M

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Throughout my studies of music education I was exposed to several different pedogies.  I have incorporated parts of these pedogies to develop my own teaching style.  My method includes focusing on the student's specific needs and learning style to foster the best environment for learning.

Greta M

Greta M

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I began teaching while at the Hartt School; where, after taking a number of courses in vocal pedagogy, I gave voice lessons to music students majoring in other instruments. I also tutored beginner and intermediate ear training while at the Hartt School. Following graduation, I taught private voice at a music and dance center in central Connecticut. For the last several years, I have been teaching at a number of community-based schools around Connecticut, including the Community Music School of Essex, Middlesex Music Academy, and Charles' Music Center. I find that teaching has been one of the most rewarding experiences I have had while in music, and I often feel that I have learned as much from teaching as from my own study. I firmly believe that it is as important that students learn basic musicianship skills such as sight-singing and music theory as learning their instrument of choice, and I try to incorporate these elements, among others, in voice lessons.

Lyn N

Lyn N

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For Voice Students: I start each lesson with 10-15 minutes of vocal warm-ups and scales.  The remainder of the lesson revolves around vocal pieces that either I think would be a good match for the voice, age, maturity, and ability of the student, or preparing a student for an audition or performance that they would like to perform a specific piece for.  I also like to incorporate sight reading and ear training into my lessons, especially as the student grows into their voice.   For Piano Students: I usually use the Alfred Piano Course book series, unless a student has already established themselves in a different lesson book series, are familiar with it, and wish to stay with that series.  There is an adult series of Alfred Piano Course lesson books as well, so I am able to gear lessons for adults towards their teaching series as well.  I usually teach beginning to intermediate level piano students, so these books are extremely helpful to those students because they teach proper fundamentals of piano playing, as well as theory, ear training, and technique.  For older and more advanced students, I also try to teach them pieces that they are familiar with and / or like from pop culture.

Chelsey J

Chelsey J

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I love seeing a student gain an understanding of a concpet that had been challenging. In order to accomplish this "aha" moment, I try to learn how the student learns best (visual aids, explainations, listening examples) and use that to help the student. I use popular songs that the student knows to explain concpts that can be challenging. I use stickers for younger students to help mark progress and practice journals for older students to help see how much was accomplished. I never teach two students the same and tailor all my lessons to the student's needs and ability.

Katherine J

Katherine J

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In my teaching, I aim to bring out the best musicianship in each student, but I also believe it's not just up to me. Up front, I let the student know that they can't get much out of the lessons if they don't practice! That being said, I do my best to encourage the student by pointing out all their strengths. I'm not there to intimidate, but to cultivate a love for the instrument. I let the students pick out some of their own repertoire for learning important techniques. Also, my current and former students have really enjoyed ear-training pop quizzes.

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