B.Ed in Spanish Linguistics and Literature. Five years of full-time specialized studies and teaching training. Several courses and workshops related to Spanish teaching, grammar and Linguistics. Methodology: Cognitive approach. Language coaching. Applied neurolinguistics. Focus on oral expression and reading. E-learning.
Each lesson is unique. I work with the student and guardian to decide what topics we are going to learn. I want to fulfill both the needs and wants of each student and guardian while working on topics I know a student should learn.
I'm really laid back when I teach chess. It's fun and requires a lot of strategies and I want you to win your very first game so I will ask questions when we are playing a game.
My only teaching method is that I only care about developing the most natural technique and musicality. I don’t stick to any “methods” because teaching piano requires the most flexible and individual approach while keeping the highest standards of education no matter the age or current level of the students.
I explain things thoroughly, really listen to the difficulties students are having, and come up with creative strategies to help students learn. Doing as many practice problems as possible and thinking of real life applications for a given subject/topic has always helped me and anyone I've taught.
I have no unique approach to all students. My first session consists of 'getting know of each other' and 'determining the right approach'. Each student is different and I has different needs, so I always try to find the best 'teaching style' for each of them.
I am a self taught professional, so I believe the best method of learning is hands on. Not just picking up a book, but actually getting your hands on systems and software to use. I like to show and have others follow along and do what it is I am doing.
I was just a student for 15 years, so I know how the student mind works. I won't cover anything that's unnecessary or give any form of busy work because I don't want to waste anyone's time. The creative world is based around two things: how good you are and how much work you have. The faster you achieve both, the better. Without either, you simply just won't get any work.
I am currently a graduate student at Northwestern studying Reproductive Science & Medicine. My method is to help students understand course material by taking what they know and expanding that knowledge through study techniques and resources for their style of learning.
My teaching method is to show examples and work through examples together with my students. I have also helped students with learning to read using phonics and sight words. After being able to read the words, I have helped students learn how to comprehend what they are reading. Much of my teaching revolves around "practice makes perfect.
As an MA in Linguistics, I teach high school students, college students and adults through a combination of dialogue and hands-on activities. My lessons are a conversation rather than a lecture. I teach through a combination of kinesthetic, visual, and auditory methods.
I will use your textbook and supplement with authentic materials if that is helpful. I want you to be comfortable with the pace of work but I will encourage you to push yourself so that you can achieve success and fluency.
My teaching methodology is very inclusive. I have taught all levels (Kindergarden-adult) and have taught ESL students and students with disabilities. I am an artist so I use creative methods such as visualizations, storytelling, and improvisation to teach English/Writing. I am interested in collaborative learning so I learn as much from the student as they learn from me.
My teaching methodology is dependent on the needs of the student - be it an essay on Jane Eyre or an upcoming SAT - but I strive to give my students specific, easy-to-remember rules that help motivate them to write, eliminate the fear of writing, and unlock their creative potential in the essay format.
I employ an fast-paced, upbeat approach that guarantees an improved grasp of the subject matter and a greater confidence in approaching every writing. Many students who struggle with writing fear even getting started. My hands-on approach is designed to motivate students to write with confidence.
I use ILT (in-class) or Virtual (eLearning) methodology for imparting training in PMP. I use audio-visual aids, students handouts, training material in PDF, Powerpoint slides and other projection methods. For Virtual training, I use Net Meeting, WebEx, Zoom, Adobe Connect, Skype for Business or other learning tools.
As there are many areas of English and different teaching methods, for me, there is no one-size-fits-all solution because every child is different. All of the lessons are categorised according to age appropriateness, level and topic. I always make sure that each lesson has a clear take away. I am focused on writing skills, listening and repeating, speaking and pronouncing.
My teaching method is based on encouragement, accuracy, and deadline punctuality. It often helps to return to a difficult subject and repeat exercises in the area of that difficulty. It is important for questions from student(s) to make sure that each assignment begins and continues with clarity.
My teaching method is clear and concise. The only way to excel at math is to practice different kinds of problems and build up both your speed and accuracy so I am someone who will help you figure out how to do these problems in the most time efficient way possible.
My teaching method is one that is clear, concise and to the point. I understand that neither party has time to waste and so I am someone who gets straight down to business. Besides that, I encourage students to ask questions at the end and beginning fo each class so that it becomes clearer as to whether or not they have understood the topic.
Whether there is teaching or problem solving ,I always want to know the depth of knowledge of student so that I can work in an efficient way,For this I ask some questions and students are free to answer them in any way.Also very flexible and can adapt new things faster.
I graduated from university last year with my a degree in Political Science and a minor in history. I approach each topic through applying it to everyday life. For example when dealing with history I try to make it relate to the student.
My focus is to give each of my students a way of approaching answers through conceptual thinking, so they don't have to rely on pure memory. We will begin with a NBME, the standard of determining where you stand. I will analyze your NBME based on the nature of the bar distribution. We can determine a strong lesson plan from that point.
My teaching method revolves around Constructivism; I relate new information with things that students already know and things that are of interest to students in order to make my lessons as dynamic as possible; my lessons structures include sets of different activities per hour. As a tutor, I try to be as entertaining and motivational as possible.
I have extensive experience in the area of math teaching and tutoring and would love the opportunity to further this knowledge even more.
Ph.D. student that loves sharing knowledge about chemistry. I like to provide specfic examples that utilize key concepts needed to fully understand the subject. I like for students to ask questions about what they do not understand, so that they get clarification on what they don't understand.
I have a B.A. in English literature and have taught/tutored at the Middle School and College levels. My methods involve teaching students to comprehend and to imitate classic works through exercises and essays, a unique philosophy of instruction for excellence.
Hi! I am a Californian living and teaching in Chicago. Before moving to Chicago I earned my Bachelor's Degree from California State University, Sacramento and then went on to complete a teacher education program at California State University, Chico. I currently attend Northeastern Illinois University where I am pursuing a M.A.
I am a writer with an MFA in fiction writing from Brooklyn College and a BA in History. From Rutgers University. I spent my junior year abroad at Trinity College and I have a teaching certificate from Depaul University in Chicago.
Graduated from Loyola University Chicago in May of 2014. Took up to statistics and have a very strong understanding of Algebra and some Geometry. Currently work on behalf of SAGA Innovations in two public high schools. Where I tutor Algebra.
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