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Leah Fairbanks. Teaching Bead Making to a Mixed Level Class . The Basics. Demo beads, should incorporate multiple techniques Base bead shape Stringer control Encasing Talk through the steps when demonstrating Visual aids are helpful Draw the demo bead on a white board or paper

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Leah fairbanks

Leah Fairbanks

Teaching Bead Making to a Mixed Level Class


The basics

The Basics

  • Demo beads, should incorporate multiple techniques

    • Base bead shape

    • Stringer control

    • Encasing

  • Talk through the steps when demonstrating

  • Visual aids are helpful

    • Draw the demo bead on a white board or paper

  • Make sure students feel comfortable

  • It’s helpful to demo the last bead from the beginning class

    • This is useful in gauging the class level


Challenges

Challenges

Less Advanced Student

  • Disruptive

  • Interrupt or talk over the teacher

  • Needs a lot of attention

  • Lack of confidence in their abilities

Advanced Student

  • Disruptive

  • The “know” it all

  • Interrupt or talk over the teacher

  • Empower student to take what they learned and make it their own


Recommendations

Recommendations

  • Start with introductions to gage students abilities

  • Be willing to modify your demonstrations to the level of the class

  • Start with a challenging bead for the advanced students, yet obtainable for those less advanced

  • Keep composure when repeatedly asked the same question

  • Reassure students everyone learns at a different pace

  • Practice, Practice, Practice…


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