Tips and Hints for Craft Teachers
Do you want to:
Have the confidence to share your passion?
Know how to tailor your classes for different venues, technologies and personality types?
Avoid all the legal and business pitfalls?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you need to read this book.
With over 25 years experience teaching art & craft, Trish Goodfield, explores the fundamental concepts, tips and techniques of teaching art & craft.
Learn how to:
Value yourself and price your classes accordingly,
Identify your teaching style and personality
Identify and develop strategies for dealing with difficult participants
Teach different generations, attitudes & values
Develop handouts; write instructions, and use questions & answers
Write and use learning objectives and lesson plans
Identify safety and risk management issues
And much more.
Trish Goodfield taught her first craft class 27 years ago & has taught quilling, embroidery, crochet, kumihimo, silk painting and fabric dyeing. Trish has held classes at Craft Shows, Council Activities,
Conferences, Festivals and Craft Shops, Craft Groups and Guilds, School Vacation Activities and School Camp Programs. Trish has taught classes in Libraries, Rotundas, Meeting Rooms, Classrooms, Halls and Parks. She has taught children, adults. people with a disability, seniors, frail aged and... her
How to Teach Art & Craft is now available here. Also available as an Instant Download from here.
This post first appeared here on 10th November 2010