GRAZIELA CAMACHO

Educator

ABOUT

Research shows that the average student tutored one-to-one performs 98% better than students who learn via conventional instructional methods. I offer private mastery learning classes to adults, children and businesses in English + New Meda Technology + Violin.

Graziela Camacho is a Los Angeles, California native where she earned her Undergraduate Degree in Music & Graphic Design from Chapman Conservatory. Thereafter, she pursued a graduate degree in Interactive Content Development in San Francisco. She has studied the violin under, Mischa Lefkowitz from the LA Philharmonic, as well as Dana Freeman and Paul Manaster from the Pacific Symphony Orchestra and Rubén Fernández in Madrid, Spain. Ms. Camacho has also worked as a Music Therapist – providing volunteer sessions to various demographics ranging from autistic children to adults with mental disorders.

She currently performs with Orquesta Iuventas & Orquesta Tecapo in Madrid. She is a certified Suzuki Violin Method Teacher Books 1 & 2 through the Suzuki organization of the Americas, as well as, a holder of CELTA  (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults). She has over 5 years of practical experience as an educator and aims to earn her Masters Degree in Teaching in 2019 from Universidad de Alcalá – Franklin Institute. Her unique, skills and experience enable her to bring specialized educational enrichment to her pupils in order to broaden their horizons beyond the typical classroom curriculum – Violin, English + New Media.

CLASSES

Violin

Young children often become fascinated with learning to play the violin, and if so, they should be encouraged. Musical training positively impacts the memory and attention span.  Young children gain self-discipline from repeated practice, build self-reliance, self-esteem, and self-awareness – qualities which make them well-liked and well-adjusted. I use the internationally known Suzuki methodology which parallels the linguistic environment of acquiring a native language in order to foster good moral character.

American English

As a certified CELTA teacher, I have the essential knowledge and hands-on teaching experience to teach English as a second language. Speaking another language is one of life’s great experiences. Immersing yourself with a native American english speaker is a lot of fun and a good formative experience. As the most commonly spoken language in the world, English can increase your chances of communicating with anyone as well as opening doors to many new opportunities. It is the language of the internet and media, thus the most powerful language you can learn!

New Media

The rise of new media has increased communication between people all over the world and the Internet. It has allowed people to express themselves through blogs, websites, videos, pictures, and other user-generated media. Learning how to code is learning problem solving. It is important for students to understand the basics of how software works to understand how the world works.  I believe it is a 21st century language that is increasingly valuable and provides students with the means to be global citizens who are interculturally competent.

STUDENT PROFILES

Tidjan
10 years old
Tidjan has a strong desire to learn the violin. He was able to master fundamental positions very quickly and memorize Twinkle Twinkle very fast!
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David
5 years old
David started off as shy, but quickly lit up with a big smile every time he got to drag the bow accross the strings of his own violin.
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Sergio
5 years old
As a young English learner, Sergio struggled with the Spanish & English alphabet. He made very fast progress by learning American songs.
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Jose Díaz-Manresa
Adult
Jose is the owner of Cine Ideal Grupo who contacted me for specialized WordPress & Google analytics classes in order to update content easily.
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Jose
Adult
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TESTIMONIALS

“Profesora de violín muy atenta con mi hijo y con un trato muy amable y adecuado a su edad, que además le motiva a seguir aprendiendo, por lo que estoy muy contento con ella. Un gran descubrimiento y espero que sea la profesora de mi hijo mucho tiempo. Además da las clases de violín en español o inglés por lo que además mi hijo mejora su inglés aprendiendo a tocar el violín.”

Oscar Palet

“Graziela es la profesora de ingles de mis dos hijos y por mi experiencia con ella, considero que es una excelente profesional. Adapta las clades a las necesidades de cada niño, es cariñosa con ellos y motivadora. Se ven los avances en el ingles semana a semana. Ademas de la parte profesional, en el terreno personal es muy cercana y cariñosa. La recomiendo al 100%.”

Ana Gil

“Mi hijo lleva dando clases privadas de inglés con Graziela desde el comienzo de este curso escolar. Graziela es una profesora muy cualificada, con experiencia y recursos múltiples para conseguir motivar al alumno. Establece una muy buena relación con el niño, cordial y desenfadada, pero al mismo tiempo formal y “exigente” con la tarea, logrando que se interese por la asignatura.”

Esther Lopez

CONTACT

Plaza de España, Madrid, Spain

+34 665 69 07 32

graz@lachelaeduca.com

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VIOLIN + ENGLISH + NEW MEDIA

Specialized educational enrichment

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