I hope you love learning, because I love teaching! But if you don't love learning, that's likely to change while you are working with me.
I've been teaching for a good many years - and I have discovered many innovative ways to reach students who are having difficulty with their studies.
I have found that a somewhat collaborative approach can often help a student, if they are open to it. By "collaborative", of course I play the role of "guide" through this journey. You could say, I have the map, but together we decide which might be the best route to take.
This reminds me of times when I literally have taught students how to use a map. There are always many choices of how to get from point A to point B. The question is simply, which is the most effective and efficient way?
Of course, if it's a matter of some creative study, such as creative writing, or perhaps musical improvisation, the student may want to choose the more scenic route. Then it's just a question of, which route most effectively will create the scenery we want to create?
Undergraduate Degree: Mannes College of Music - Bachelor in Arts, Music Theory and Composition
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