“My style of teaching is referred to as ‘connected learning’, a type of learning that integrates personal interest, peer relationships, and achievement in academic areas. I try to achieve this by sharing my knowledge and experience from the field. For example one of my assignments, Scout and Sync, is a workshop in which students need to pitch new music talent for brands and act like creative managers at a music publishing company. After their presentations in the classes, they will get feedback from the audience (their peer students and teacher, acting like the brand). The feedback gives the ability to improve their work and implement it in their final written assignments”.
“ I encourage students to give their input and discuss current issues in the music industry. This helps students to develop a professional vision of the current issues in the music industry, and to understand and apply the music industry terminology”.
“After my classes, I hope to have inspired the students and I hope that they have gained the ability to recognize, analyze and even create alternative business solutions to build their own future carreers.”