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Jasmine is a Music Education Clarinetist at IU Jacobs School of Music. As a performer and educator, Jasmine is a member of the IU Marching Hundred, Southern Indiana Wind Ensemble, National Associate for Music Education, as well as concertmaster/principal chair of the concert band at IU Jacobs. Jasmine was awarded the Phoebe Crooks Whaley Music Scholarship, the Thomas Moeller Music Scholarship, and the Indiana (IU Jacobs) Premium Young Talent Scholarship. From holding a 4.0 cumulative GPA, Jasmine is an honors student. While being a full time musician and student, Jasmine has also been a part of the All Abilities Choir, IU Summer Music Clinic staff, Bedford North Lawrence Marching Camp staff, and more that have widen her teaching aspects and student learning.
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To keep every student's progress easily accessible and personalized to them, Jasmine creates custom lesson plans. Jasmine can provide a link of the lesson plan document to anyone curious. Each lesson plan has a section for goals, warm-ups, listening, and much more. Every lesson plan is filled out each week, at the end of the scheduled lesson time. It is important to support structured individual learning so that the interest in music of the student can properly continue on its own. Teaching with an agenda and with proper technique provides a healthy balance with the students interest in music and provides a productive and encouraging learning environment. Jasmine creates a comfortable learning environment with each student. This is created with positive teaching (such as up-beat language, encouragement, self-reflections, etc.) and a positive atmosphere while the learning process spins. To help the progress of each student, each student and Jasmine can document their work through the lesson plans. For students that are beginning the process of learning the clarinet: - At the start of a brand new lesson, Jasmine welcomes the students, gets to know them, and explains to them what taking lessons are like and how to properly practice. After that, Jasmine explains how to safely set up the instrument, how to hold the instrument, and how to make a first noise. After the first lesson, the student will overtime slowly work on basic embouchure, tonguing, music reading, and fingerings right away. The lesson will value the pace of the student while also having structure to the learning and progress. For students that are past the beginning phase of the clarinet: - At the start of a brand new lesson, Jasmine welcomes the student, gets to know them, and explains to them what each lesson looks like. After that, the student can play for Jasmine, whether that is something prepared or not. To start a regular lesson, Jasmine starts by reviewing what the student has worked on during their week since the previous lesson. After that, they go down the list of what Jasmine and the student need to take another step towards. They would refocus goals for materials, which is all apart of the lesson plan, and they move farther in the music, review the music, or pick out new music. This idea is applied for all warm-ups, exercises, and pieces.

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Jasmine T.
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Learn clarinet from an experienced musician
Jasmine is a Music Education Clarinetist at IU Jacobs School of Music. As a performer and educator, Jasmine is a member of the IU Marching Hundred, Southern Indiana Wind Ensemble, National Associate for Music Education, as well as concertmaster/principal chair of the concert band at IU Jacobs. Jasmine was awarded the Phoebe Crooks Whaley Music Scholarship, the Thomas Moeller Music Scholarship, and the Indiana (IU Jacobs) Premium Young Talent Scholarship. From holding a 4.0 cumulative GPA, Jasmine is an honors student. While being a full time musician and student, Jasmine has also been a part of the All Abilities Choir, IU Summer Music Clinic staff, Bedford North Lawrence Marching Camp staff, and more that have widen her teaching aspects and student learning.
About Jasmine T.

To keep every student's progress easily accessible and personalized to them, Jasmine creates custom lesson plans. Jasmine can provide a link of the lesson plan document to anyone curious. Each lesson plan has a section for goals, warm-ups, listening, and much more. Every lesson plan is filled out each week, at the end of the scheduled lesson time. It is important to support structured individual learning so that the interest in music of the student can properly continue on its own. Teaching with an agenda and with proper technique provides a healthy balance with the students interest in music and provides a productive and encouraging learning environment. Jasmine creates a comfortable learning environment with each student. This is created with positive teaching (such as up-beat language, encouragement, self-reflections, etc.) and a positive atmosphere while the learning process spins. To help the progress of each student, each student and Jasmine can document their work through the lesson plans. For students that are beginning the process of learning the clarinet: - At the start of a brand new lesson, Jasmine welcomes the students, gets to know them, and explains to them what taking lessons are like and how to properly practice. After that, Jasmine explains how to safely set up the instrument, how to hold the instrument, and how to make a first noise. After the first lesson, the student will overtime slowly work on basic embouchure, tonguing, music reading, and fingerings right away. The lesson will value the pace of the student while also having structure to the learning and progress. For students that are past the beginning phase of the clarinet: - At the start of a brand new lesson, Jasmine welcomes the student, gets to know them, and explains to them what each lesson looks like. After that, the student can play for Jasmine, whether that is something prepared or not. To start a regular lesson, Jasmine starts by reviewing what the student has worked on during their week since the previous lesson. After that, they go down the list of what Jasmine and the student need to take another step towards. They would refocus goals for materials, which is all apart of the lesson plan, and they move farther in the music, review the music, or pick out new music. This idea is applied for all warm-ups, exercises, and pieces.

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Teaches Beginner, Intermediate

Teaching since {{year}}

Teaching since 2017

Teaches ages {{minAge}}+

Teaches ages 5+

Speaks {{languages}}

Has background check

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Clarinet
Teaches Online
Teaches Online
Work hours
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T
W
T
F
S
S
Times are shown in your local timezone (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Pricing
30 minutes
$15
45 minutes
$22
60 minutes
$30
90 minutes
$45
New Student Special
First 3 lessons
$30
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