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Anna - Nyon69Fr
Trusted teacher: I offer violin classes for amateurs and professionals. I am an international concert artist, pupil of Maxim Vengerov, Master of Arts, graduate at the Royal Academy of Music in London, graduate from the International Menuhin Music Academy in Switzerland. I have over 5 years of pedagogical experience with qualifications confirmed by a Teaching Diploma and references. I offer lessons for children of all ages, can also help with the preparation of exams or simply discover the great pleasure of music through the violin. All levels. Languages: English, German, French (basic) and Polish (native) COURS DE VIOLON POUR ENFANTS, ADOS & JEUNES ADULTES • Cours particulier, pour tout niveau et tout âge, • Cours en anglais, allemand, polonais et français (notions) • Cours à domicile et à mon studio région de Genève et de Lausanne FORMATION ▪ Académie Menuhin, Rolle avec Maxim Vengerov ▪ The Royal Academy of Music, London – MA avec la plus haute distinction ▪ Université de Musique F. Chopin, Varsovie – BA et 3ème cycle avec la plus haute distinction ▪ MasterClass : G. Pauk, Z. Bron, W. Marschner, G. Zhislin, M. Ławrynowicz, B. Nizioł, M. Jaschwili ▪ Lauréate de nombreux concours : 1er prix Concours International de violon Wolfgang Marschner, Prix Haverhill Sinfonia Music Award, Prix soliste et Prix spécial du Concours international Max Reger. EXPERIENCE D’ENSEIGNEMENT ▪ Université F. Chopin, Varsovie – Diplôme d’enseignement de violon, reconnu par le système européen de formation de Bologne (pédagogie, psychologie, méthodologie, cours pratiques, répertoire) ▪ 7 ans de cours particuliers, à Londres, Varsovie et en Suisse, enfants et adolescents
Violin · Children's music
Trusted teacher: I specialize in tutoring chemistry and biology for IGCSE and IB students. I am a slow learner that takes time to process new information. This makes me very patient. Also, it means that acknowledge the importance of differences in learning style between students and accommodate for this. Because I am a slow learner, I would go the extra mile in highschool and at university by organizing revision sessions and getting extra practice papers from my teachers. This allowed me to get A*s in my IGCSEs and a score of 41 in my IB. Academic success is about understanding what examiners are looking for I aim to help students improve by building their confidence and allowing them to become independent learners, which is a skill that will be required throughout their academic careers. Indeed, my aim is to teach students how to revise for exams, but also to convince students that being academically successful is achievable when one understands what examiners are looking for, for instance by: a. finding patterns in past papers b. close examination of the course syllabus, which contains many clues and often the written answers to questions that will be asked during examinations The points above are particularly relevant in the sciences (though it also applies to other subjects). In biology, for instance, memorizing the process of DNA replication from a Biology HL textbook may not actually give the student full marks, as examiners are looking for specific points relating to this process, some of which may be more intuitive than others. The key is to look at the syllabus, past papers and the markschemes, as well as the recommended textbook to provide insightful answers.
Chemistry · Biology
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VIOLIN LESSONS/ALL LEVELS with the professional teacher and a concert violinist. MA dip.at the Royal Academy of Music, London (Perroy)
Anna
Anna is an excellent violin teacher. I highly recommend her. She’s able to convey her passion for violin in a fun and relatable way for children by teaching/practicing through games and stories. She knows how to channel my son’s energy and keep him focused by making the lessons interesting for a child. She has a really good balance between being demanding yet encouraging and positive. My 6 year old started the violin six months ago and I’m very pleased to see him enjoy playing and learning. He looks forward to his lesson with Anna every week and I’m very pleased with his progress.
Review by SOPHIE
The Russian. Special Russian course for all levels. (Giswil)
Elena
I have taken two lessons since two weeks and I enjoy the way Elena is teaching. There is a rhythm and I am motivated again to dive into Russian language. I enjoy the remote teaching as I save time in my planning which avoid me to lose time in displacement as I have a packed schedule.
Review by NATHALIE
Modern Greek courses by graduate of Aristoteles University of Thessaloniki (Greece) (Geneva)
Guram
Very professional and thorough in his approach. Explains the context and roots of some grammar and words which helps. Was able to quickly adapt to my level.
Review by TIM