Teaching Philosophy updated.docx

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TEACHING PHILOSOPHY Studio of Viktoriya Miteva As a teacher I believe I should be willing to make adjustments to the student’s needs and teach each student on an individual level. Fundamentals will be taught, and the students will be taught to value the importance of practicing scales and etudes on a daily basis. Not only will the focus be on technique, but also sound, rhythm, intonation, and personal musicianship. I also strongly believe that music relates to so much more than just playing an instrument well, and I desire to connect with each student I teach on a personal level and have discussions with them to reflect upon music, how it translates to them, and how they can express it with their whole
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  • Spring '19
  • Shannon Lockwood
  • huge responsibility lies

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