I base my instruction on what each student needs help with! My areas of expertise are reading, writing, grammar, and public speaking.
My teaching methodology is based the development of four keys to sucess. Helping students form positive academic habits. The use of positive suggestion. Sharing and promoting enthusiasm. Lastly the encouragment of curiosity. These are the four basic tenets of my teaching methodology.
My teaching method in essay writing is to really have the student establish a sense of "full presence" with their own writing. What I mean by "full presence" is that the student has a set goal for the essay and is using a selective style and word choice to build a written product that truly reflects his or her interest in the literature being analyzed or stance on a given topic.
I tutor English essay writing, literature, and reading comprehension. I operate through a disciplined framing of questions in conversation, such that the student is guided not towards the “answer”—but towards what it is they already know that will help them find the answer.
Each student has unique needs and I try to focus my sessions on meeting those specific needs in a thorough yet encouraging manner. I teach a wide distribution of levels from Junior High through Graduate School. Over the years, I have taught a number of students for whom English was not their first language.
First, and most importantly, I believe in making learning FUN! We remember things we enjoy! I like to always have a clear understanding of the needs of the learner. I will talk to students about the areas of frustration, and also the parents (when possible for younger learners) to get as much information as possible.
When it comes to structuring my lessons, I focus on my students' goals, areas of interest, and areas in which they wish to improve. Knowing what students struggle with allows me to create lesson plans that are more effective. As an instructor, I strive to make every lesson as engaging and informative as possible, and my students' progress in a given subject area is my number one priority.
My teaching methodology is student-centered. I focus on inquiry-based learning where the "I dunno how" is re-generated into a strong, enthusiastic "Whaaat?! That's fascinating!" This approach encourages teachers and students to investigate why well-covered topics are relevant to our personal present.
I most often work with students who struggle to respond to writing prompts from their English classes. Literary analysis and arguments (researched or not researched) are my specialties, though not the only types of academic writing I can help with. My approach is collaborative.
I spend the first session getting to know my students in order to grasp what they're struggling in, what they hope to achieve academically, and what resources they need to do it. I then gather worksheets and cultivate a lesson plan that is individually crafted for them. Whether it be test prep, reading help, or writing tips, I have resources on hand from my grassroots tutoring program.
My classes are based foremost on what the student(s) needs for his or her current assignment, and I then work with the comprehension of the course material at hand. I take pride in helping and bolstering students' weaknesses, especially any areas in which he or she may feel self-conscious or unconfident.
I use a variety of teaching methods, depending on student's learning style, level of progress, and his/her preferred strategies and activities--most important are ways to motivate and inspire each student according to his/her special talents and interests. I have taught all levels from Middle School to Ph.D. students and adult lifelong learners.
I have a friendly hands-on approach that assesses a student's strengths and weaknesses and, through practice and review, help the student achieve goals. I have a good rapport with students of all ages and find that they want to learn.
Hello fellow students! I feel we are all always learning, including teachers. My name is Randee and I love to teach. I currently work with Title 1 students tutoring in Reading and Math (ages Kindergarten-5th grade). I graduated from Eckerd College. I would say my philosophy on teaching is that every student learns differently.
My teaching method is hands-on and interactive. I like to use games to help a child learn, as well as diagrams, real-life examples and to correlate the knowledge with something the individual student can relate to in order to help their interest/understanding.
I base my classes on the Lesson Plan to be followed and own and shared knowledge of the world with the students: to associate what they are learning with the world. I try to make students communicate in the best possible way, with patience and once the pattern is established, I give them the opportunity to express themselves.
My teaching methodology is based on tailoring lessons to each individual learner's need. Each student learns differently and needs a slightly different approach. I am experienced at modifying curriculum to suite a learner's need, interest, and learning style.
I always adapt my teaching method to the student and context. I believe in meeting individual students at the level they've already achieved and affirming, naming and congratulating them on their current skills sets. I present myself as a compassionate co-learner who just so happens to have the knowledge the student needs.
My teaching method is to make sure the student's needs are being met. Before I begin working with a student, my desire is to understand what needs they have first to prevent from waisting time. After that is established and I know what is needed, my goal is to provide a structured but fun, successful learning environment.
My teaching uses story-telling to grab interest and dramatize material. Attractive visuals with PowerPoint and video are helpful. My talks involve asking students/audience members a lot of questions draw them out and evoke conversations that serve as springboards for material.
There is no one method. It depends on the age and maturity of the students. It also depends on their skill level and motivation. While it is sometimes helpful to make it as fun and engaging as possible, that would be inappropriate at other times, such as when teaching essay writing.
I am a sophomore English major and Honors student with experience as an assistant editor on my college literary journal. Over the summer, I co-taught a creative writing class for elementary and middle school students where I worked to provide the tools for learning, as well as structure and guidance.
I only have experience working with college aged students and college level essays. My approach is to go over the entire assignment to gauge overall strengths and weaknesses of the student, then I start with the biggest weaknesses of the assignment and work with the student to identify how the relevant skills can be built/bad habits can be broken.
My teaching method is to help students find their own voice with supplemental instruction to what they have already been taught, and to help them be confident in their own abilities. A tutors job shouldn’t be to make others write like themselves.
I base my teaching approach on first being humane and kind, then meeting students at their current ability level, and moving on from there to help them build their skills as learners as far as they'd like to soar, using any data and tools I can gather to help them reach success.
My teaching methods are kinesthesia and realia, however the other methods don’t stop me, if you learn better from a text book I’ll design your lesson plan around you. I don't speak in monotones and I love to play games to get everyone to learn the lessons I am trying to get across to them. Kinesthesia and Realia are the feeling of real objects to get the point across.
I have experience with undergrad and graduate level students. I help students a various points of writing whether it's zero drafts, free writes, outlines, resumes, creative writing projects, Power Point slides etc. If there is writing involved I'm ready to help make your project spectacular.
My teaching method is based on listening to the student, hearing what their needs are and developing a plan to have them reach their goal. Everyone learns differently, hears things differently. My goal is to have my students work hard, while also finding joy in reaching their learning goals.
I am a responsible and caring high school student with a knack for teaching. I strongly believe in adhereing to the different learnig types of children. I am a never give up type instrutor. I will do my best to make surebthe person i am instructing gets the topic in abway they understand.
I take a student-centered approach and base lessons off of students' goals. I make lessons engaging, relevant, and exciting. I tailor classes for the individual needs and objectives of students. What do you want to learn? How do you want to improve? I strategically plan lessons that are aligned with student aspirations.
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Perfect! Terry is a tremendous teacher with a profound knowledge of poetry. I consider it a rare privilege to study with him. I highly recommend Terry. He'll change the way you read and appreciate poetry.
Perfect! Rumana es una maestra muy responsable, atenta, simpatica, profesional en sus clases, paciente, recomiendo a Rumana sin dudas para clases de Ingles.
Perfect! During the six weeks of our stay in Los Angeles, Judy gave my Swiss kids (age 10 and 8) English lessons for beginners. The kids were really happy with Judy, they learned a lot, especially reading and speaking. Judy is a very motivated,...
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