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Esther Krieger

Esther Krieger
Southfield, MI 48075
USA
Email: ekrieger57@gmail.com
Website: N/A

Background Information

Years Teaching:  10
Years Teaching Clay:  5
Years Working w/Clay:  11
School or Studio:  N/A
Freelance:  Yes
Specialties:  Children! I've taught clay classes for children for about 6 years. I've put together a bunch of age appropriate projects that let children maximize their creativity without overwhelming them.
First Experience With Clay:  When I was in high school, I saw a sample at an art fair, and signed up for a course that summer!
Past Teaching Experiences:  I've worked in day camps, with girls and boys, ages 6-14, groups of 3-20+. I've also worked with special needs students for a number of years.
Publication Experience:  N/A
Teaching Level:  Semi-Pro

Lesson Information

Private Lessons:  Yes
How Far Will Travel:  negotiable
Reimbursed Expenses:  negotiable
Group Lessons:  Yes
Minimum Number of Students:  2
Maximum Number of Students:  12, or more with aide(s)
How Far Will Travel:  negotiable
Reimbursed Expenses:  negotiable

Class Prep Time:  Flexible
Maximum Consecutive Days Teaching:  Flexible
Class Listings & Descriptions:  See "past experiences." I've created a repetoire of projects that work great for children ages 6-15, or novice adults.

Words of Encouragement to Novice Teachers:

"I would toss out a couple of ideas for them to "test" themselves to see if they are ready. If they have a couple of audience-appropriate projects, and are comfortable with public speaking, I would recommend that they try out a "one time" class (ex. as an activity at a community function) and see what kind of feedback they get. Alternatively, they can be an assistant to an experienced teacher, and go from there. I would also tell them that personally, I love teaching clay classes, as I find it a great way to meet people, share something I enjoy, and appreciate others' creative energy!"


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