I just moved here. So, I am starting cheap ($20/hr) to fill up my schedule. I'm pretty sure it is the cheapest rate around. I am a mathematical physics researcher (with degrees in both math and physics). I have been tutoring for 20 years. I tutor almost all undergraduate math and physics classes and some graduate courses.
My teaching method is to help the student understand the correct mindset to have when approaching a problem in order to make it feel more achievable. I base my curriculum on the resources that I personally used to master these topics, including youtube channels and online problem/solution sets.
First off I use a very patient teaching method. Not every student will understand after the first try. There is a lot of practice involved, but by the end of the lesson the student will be better at math in some way. No problem will go unsolved.
Students who have retaken a course under my instruction after failing the first time under another professor would say that they understood concepts better because of my analogies and metaphors, my abundant and carefully selected examples and exercises, my system of doing examples from easy to difficult, and the way I discuss concepts from concrete to abstract, from particular to general.
My teaching methodology varies from person to person but always starts with first idenitifying eactly what you are having the most trouble understanding. This is extremely important; because, each and every person has their own thought process and background. I will then tailor explanations and examples to your specific needs.
My methodology is building confidence in my students, we all have the ability to think analytically and solve problems but may students think that they aren't a "math person" so they just can't be good at it. I had math tutor through high school and went to kimono as a child because I am not naturally a "math person" I became one.
Most people would be very surprised by my more relaxed structure of teaching. I generally ask students to show up to a lesson with specific homework assignments, past tests, or a review sheet for a future test, and from there I will gauge how strong they are on every topic.
My teaching method is listenting to the students to try to understand why they are having the issues they have. When it comes to math espically I feel like understanding why the person is having issues will be the best way to help them.
I am friendly, patient, and easy-going. I take sessions at a relaxed and comfortable pace so students don't feel nervous and pressured. I joke around a little bit and get to know students and build a bit of a relationship before just jumping in and getting more serious about the subject material. But there's plenty of time to get things done.
Hello everyone, Mathematics & Physics are like languages in the sense that they have to be practiced on a regular basis in order to master them. They are considered by many quite challenging but with enough dedication and patience one can be able to understand their beautiful logic.
My teaching method is I like to provide conceptions linked to the problems. I love to ask students to think about the problems first then let them solve it. If they struggle, I will suggest they look at the concepts and at the end, I would like to provide them my best answer and I compare it to student's solution also I suggest to discuss the problem father.
I have a passion for math and love to pass it on to other people! I believe people learn best when they understand the reasoning behind what they are learning. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics/Economics (one major) from University of California, Santa Barbara and a valid teaching credential for Secondary Mathematics.
I want each and every student to understand the subject and what it entails, not just how to do a specific problems. I attempt to create an understanding in the student that takes them much further than my tutoring sessions. I will first identify your deficiencies in the given subject, and then fix those problems along with proving a solid foundation to the subject.
I have been tutoring for 15 years and I previously taught high school math for 6 years. I am well aware that math may not be most people's favorite subject, but it is my job, as a dedicated educator, to present the material in a way the student can comprehend.
I try and make math fun for kids. I don't expect them to learn extremely quickly or extremely slowly because every child has their own pace. Massive amounts of homework is unnecessary because critical thinking is far more important.
I explain the topic and objectives clearly. I target various learning styles, and explain concepts in different ways to help students better understand the concepts. I like to combine lecture, active learning. I also use technology, such as calculators and computer.
I am willing to teach any level, but I would probably be best suited for high school and older since I have never tutored younger ages. Since every student learns differently, my techniques for teaching differs with the student.
My name is Ruby and I give lessons to high school and middle school students who need help with chemistry and mathematics up to calculus III. Most of my lessons are example based rather than lecture style, as I believe it is more helpful for a student to learn by practice, rather than by being told of something.
My teaching includes one-on-one as well as group. I base my classes on the pace and skill level of each course with my approach in trying to be as straight and to the point as possible. This leads to an opportunity to answer questions without being too lost in the details.
I work a problem or two with the student. After that I let them solve them out while lending a helping hand should they need it. I then try to make a problem to ensure the student has grasped the concept. I am very patient and always ask if the student has any questions as to how and why I got to the solution I did.
My teaching method is patience, patience, patience. I have tutored multiple kids, ranging from elementary school to high school. I like taking some time to first get to know the student and their learning habits before I enforce and requirements upon them.
This depends on the subject but my favorite quote is "Practice makes perfect". Electrical Engineering degree was one of hardest one among other engineer degrees. I did a lot of practice after class and while helping others provides me with more chances to practice my knowledge of the subject. Eventually, I become good at it so practice is my methodology to learn.
I teach by providing a general example and working it out with my students. I believe rehearsal helps a lot in learning and retrieving information as well. I enjoy going over materials as many times needed. I understand that everyone has a unique time that takes them for to learn something and I respect that.
My approach is to answer your questions and not to repeat things you already know. I like to cut to the chase and if it doesn’t make sense then we can go a little deeper to exactly where things click with you. I’m extremely patient and I take the extra mile of making sure you get things as well as you’re comfortable with.
My teaching method is all about you. After initial assessments and discussions, I let the student weaknesses, strengths, and progress drive the path of the sessions. In each session, I guide students through example and practice problems to prepare them to achieve above the minimum and truly understand the course material.
I tutor by attempting to work myself out of a job. I know that people learn by connecting new novel information to information that they already understand. I teach through finding what it is that someone knows and trying to figure out the disconnect between what they know and what they don't. I focus on helping them understand the disconnect as a means of learning how to learn.
I am currently a Junior at Texas State University. I am pursuing a B.S. in Applied Mathematics with a minor in Business Administration. I have a 3.0 GPA. I have tutored through my university and have completed 75+ hours of coursework which I believe more than qualifies me to be able to help other students in the areas of study that I have indicated.
I am a sophomore in college with a Engineering major. My focus is to explain material the simplest way possible providing visuals and practice problems. I understand that everyone learns differently and I'm willing to accommodate to student's learning style.
I am a professor emeritus in the physics department at the University of South Carolina. I have a Ph. D. in nuclear physics from The University of Texas at Austin. I have been teaching and tutoring students from K-12, undergraduate and graduate school.
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Perfect! We hired Milena to help our son, an engineering major, work on his Calculus skills over the summer. We found her to be serious, yet friendly, and very knowledgeable. As my son said, she really 'knows her stuff!' We would definitely recommend her!
Perfect! Professional and knowledgeable about the subject :) Thanks Adi!
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