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TeddyBear Making


 with Shari Hodgkinson

short description:
This course is designed to get you started making your very own teddy bears!
long description:
This course is an introduction to making teddy bears.
I will guide you step-by-step through the process of making your first teddy bear!
-choosing materials and a pattern
-cutting out the bear from the fabric
-stitching (by hand)
-paw pads
-finishing: face (eyes, nose, ears etc), clothing and accessories (if desired)
level of difficulty:
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 session structure





TeddyBear Making

live session

This course is designed to get you started making your very own teddy bears!

4h 0m

total duration: 4h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: n.a.

languages: English
duration: 4h 0m
fee: 50US$  (500lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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Shari Hodgkinson

description of :
I am a university lecturer and tutor, I enjoy working from home which is why I am offering these online courses.
I have experience teaching psychology, nursing, education, philosophy and general studies students.
I enjoy teaching social psychology, environmental psychology,
statistics, research methods and design, general psychology,
developmental psychology, report writing, essay writing and political psychology
Teacher's qualifications:
Bachelor of Psychology with Honors
PhD in social psychology
part completion of a Master of Business Administration
I have four years experience as a university lecturer
and have also acted as a training coordinator for other academics for the past three years
I teach at Murdoch University and also at Notre Dame University
's preferred teaching style:
My main aim in teaching is to make the information relevant to the particular student.
It's no use learning something if you can't see the application of it!
Therefore, I tend to present information for consideration, ask for thoughts and feedback on
the information, present an exercise that uses the information in some way, give feedback on the exercise
and then later return to the information and ask the student to present it back to
me in a useful manner,
perhaps as part of a larger learning activity.


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