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Debra C

Debra C

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Graduate studies taught me how to implement "Mastery Learning", which is a method in which I assess constantly, and then offer musical repertoire and technical studies at the peak level of student interest and ability, which is where the brain is most engaged with learning. Simply said, motivation and challenge are my main concerns, and I work at keeping the student challenged, yet also feeling success all at once. Your success is my reward, truly!

Ametra E

Ametra E

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For beginner students who are children, I start with Bastien Piano Basics. Once the students understand the music concepts properly, at the late beginner level I transition them to Nancy and Randall Faber's Piano Adventures. In my experience, this method provides a wider range of repertoire that the children are familiar with and enjoy practicing! 

Nazanin A

Nazanin A

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For children it will be differnet books from adults.For adult students I will choose the books and pieces based on their goals and expectations of playing the piano.

Tramane M

Tramane M

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My style of teaching is designed to meet the musical needs of each student. I create and atmospere for learning and I make sure that I clearly explain the exercise or lesson that we are working on. I want to make sure that my students are learning to the best of their musical abilty. I motivate them to learn more everytime that we have a session.

Cheryl H

Cheryl H

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It is rewarding for me to see my students developing passion for music! Therefore, I believe it is important for students to progress at their own pace by setting realistic and proper goals/objectives. Believing that each student is unique, I enjoy getting to know my students in order to assess their strengths as well as areas for improvement. My school/group/private teaching experiences combined enhances me to relate and encourage students to adjust and set appropriate steps and goals to reach their full potentials. My philosophy and approach in teaching is to help students to establish a solid foundation first, which are rhythm/sight reading for piano, and breathing/blending/connecting vowels for vocal training, then based on students' abilities and interests to apply and work toward mastery of knowledge, understanding and application toward their learning goals and objectives. I value feedback from both students and parents to ensure a good relational dynamic to promote an active learning process for inquiry and success. I do not pressure students to enter competitions and recitals are optional unless 10 or more students are willing to participate. I do encourage students to look for opportunity to play/sing in their school/church or in front of their friends/family for special occasions. Game playing is incorporated within the lesson time to reinforce/review key concepts/skills or knowledge for group lesson setting of 2-3 students as an additional feature. Rewards/Certificates are given upon the completion of each level with weekly progress tracking. I am flexible to work with students' schedule. Though I have a 24 hours cancellation policy, make up lesson usually can be arranged when notice is given in advance. To ensure the best environment and utilize the resources I have available, I do prefer students to come to my neighborhood locations (77077 or 77043) for private lessons or group classes. However, I am willing to travel to another location if the distance is reasonable and not too far (within 10 miles). I look forward hearing from you and helping you to achieve success in your musical adventure.

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