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Teaching since 1988
Awarded Grant: Ensemble music for children from Fayette county, TN
Teaches students 5 and up
I teach beginning saxophone students basic note reading. Advanced students can learn theory and improvisation.
I have been teaching young people and adults how to play musical instruments for over 20 years. A lot of my students are well on their way to a rewarding future with music, some as professionals and others as hobbyists. In addition to being a teacher, I am also a professional performer who has worke
I wasn’t sure about online lessons when Covid started, but they have been going very well. John is always timely and prepared.
John would often come to piano lessons unprepared. He would spend a significant portion of the lesson sight-reading and fumbling over a piece, trying to figure out how it was supposed to sound before attempting to teach it to my child. Then he would become impatient when my child had a question or thought it was supposed to be played differently. Once I was compelled to intervene because John became noticeably upset with my child, accusing him of arguing, when my child had merely pointed out a legitimate problem with an instruction he had given. John admitted he had been impatient and apologized. It also bears noting that my child, with whom John lost composure, is autistic. John was well aware of this.
Most recently, my younger child had some similar confusion/questioning over an instruction that was given. John flew into a tantrum, repeatedly accusing my child of arguing. His voice was raised, he was clearly upset. In addition he told my child "you're really stressing me out...maybe I'm just not the right teacher for you...usually with my piano students we have a lot of fun but you just keep arguing...maybe you're just having a bad day..." At this point I intervened. John continued to repeat himself - I had to raise my voice in order to be heard. I identified myself, asked what the problem was - what was my child arguing about? He just kept repeating "you're just arguing" without addressing me or giving any specifics. I responded "John, am I arguing with you? I'm just trying to ask a question." John raised his camera, at which point I observed he was red in the face, sweating, shaking and rocking back and forth in distress. He had completely lost control. Then he spoke again to my child - who was sitting quietly, in total shock - instructing him to play the piece again. I said "I think we need to be done for today." Before I ended the call, my child managed to squeak out a "thank you." As soon as it was over he burst into tears. This was the first time in over eleven years of devoting time, money and hard work into music lessons that a teacher made one of my children cry.
John took no responsibility for his grossly unprofessional behavior. I had hoped he would calm down and at least acknowledge how completely out of line he had been. Unfortunately that was not the case, and instead he dropped my children, citing a sudden schedule conflict.
I wish I didn't feel compelled to write this review, but my attempt to resolve the incident privately was unsuccessful. My sole purpose for sharing this information is to prevent a traumatic experience from happening to anyone else's child. Learning music should be challenging, enriching and joyful. The teacher ought to come prepared, and absolutely must be in control of his or her mental and emotional state. This was not our experience with John, thus I absolutely do not recommend him.
BA from Harding University
Teaching since 2004
Raised going to church, went to a Bible college and consider myself a lifelong student of the Bible.
I have had a fairly diverse musical background, including playing with bands and orchestras, as well as participating in choral groups and opera. I have a master's degree in music performance for wind conducting, and a bachelor's degree in music with an emphasis on piano performance. I have taugh
Speaks French, Russian, English
Awarded Best of the show 2015 Los Angeles from Former curator of the San Francisco MOMA
Art History from Columbia University
Let's learn together in a fun way!
Online: we will used video and it will be very similar to face to face class as we immerse into English at full speed. We will work with what is interesting to you! We will watch audio and video to improve your listening skills, we will read articles and write projects to make sure your grammar and writing skills are the best. Join for an interactive online classes that are very personal.
These interactive and engaging lessons to get you talking right away. Get confident in speaking English and get skills to learn better.
In person lessons: Our classroom is New York City! We will walk around the city, talk to people, order food, discuss news, practice grammar and vocabulary. We will write at coffee tables and jump over puddles :)
For English students: Feel more confident speaking and writing in English by taking classes with me. You will increase your vocabulary and develop a natural way to express yourself. Engage with culture and current news to gain the knowledge of both spoken and written English. You will learn not b
Speaks German, Hebrew, English
Bachelor of Music - Vocal Performance from University of Redlands
Awarded Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Honoree from University of Redlands
In my piano lessons, we focus on reading music and theory, while playing songs tailored to the student's interest and working on correct posture and technique.
Everyone has a beautiful voice. Let me teach you how to make it heard. My passion for music is the most pervasive quality of my personality. Consequently, passing that passion on to others is what brings me the most joy in life. My goal is to spread the love and appreciation for this unique an
Teaching since 1990
Teaches Elementary, Middle School, High School
Hi ! I tutor children of all ages in the subjects of Reading and Writing.I have taught 3rd grade for 10 years and I have always enjoyed and continue to love Reading and Writing .My students that I tutor have shown wonderful progress and have shown the love they have for Reading and writing.I consider myself a very motivated,energetic and patient instructor and very dedicated to my students.I use different approaches to teaching depending on the needs of each child. I create a curriculum that will help with their goals.
Hi there ! My name is Elizabeth I am a passionate and motivated teacher .I enjoy teaching English as a second language to my students.I am also very dedicated and energetic when it comes to teaching.I have taught grade school students to adults and taught abroad as well.I enjoy traveling,reading mot
Teaching since 2020
GED from Anne Arundel County Community College
Teaches Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I have been a tutor for about 2 years now. I help students set goals and explaining why particular class activities are useful, so that students understand how the lesson content relates to their goals. I have learned that by teaching students in this matter they will be more enthusiastic when they better understand how the lessons are helping them. I love tutoring because, it is a huge step stone in helping students achieve their goals and to be a part of helping to make that happen is amazing! I will continue to work with each student until we are happy with their progress and until they show improvements.
I help students set goals and explaining why particular class activities are useful, so that students understand how the lesson content relates to their goals. I have learned that by teaching students in this matter they will be more enthusiastic when they better understand how the lessons are helpi
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