I believe that students are far more capable than they believe to be - and so, I like to have a teaching method that inspires confidence. Every first session will be to ask each student what he or she is comfortable with or confident in - and to improve those skills building from what each student feels confident in.
The classes are focused on the students needs and can be a combination of lessons with exercises and the use of videos may be included to reinforce the learning process. The goal is to keep the student motivated and engaged with the class, creating a friendly leaning environment to achieve the student's goals.
My teaching methods are determined by the students, in that I find younger students or those with weaker skills require a more structured classroom. Those students that are are college-aged, recent grads or early professionals tend to receive a more curated approach, one that seeks to administer to their experience, goals and weak points.
I like to teach in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. I am very structure, so its easy for my students to understand the grammar. I am very meticulous about pronunciation. I like to use flash cards, games to learn the vocabulary.
I am an English teacher. BA and MA in English linguistics. Ready to teach both kids and adults English and Arabic online or a public library. I believe in practicing the language skills as much as you can with a native speaker or instructor. Encourage reading and listening to improve language and vocabulary. I love listening to my students giving a lot of time and effort to convey the message .
I am passionate about chemistry as seen by my degree and I would be happy to teach anyone who needs help or is interested in the chemical sciences. When teaching I want students to both understand the basics of the problem and core concepts instead of generic regurgitation of information.
When it comes to writing papers or analyzing assigned reading, I like to break things up to make sure that the material is easy to understand. I do not just give out answers because I focus on helping a student come up with their own ideas or perspectives before we perfect them together.
My teaching methodology is based on an immersion approach to teaching French. Most of the lessons are based on communication, culture and cultural comparison . Lessons are based on encouragement and letting the student communicate in the target language. Oral, written, reading skills are all included.
first I ask few questions to understand where are we at, then I ask the book that your teacher is going trough and then I need to see the exams that you have been taken and I need to know what point you want get. what is your goal and how many hours do you have .
I believe that language learning is best when both practical and fun. Genuine, spontaneous communication in realistic scenarios is the key. Within the flexibility allowed by the curriculum, topics of discussion will be tailored to students' interests while also including cultural and historical information.
I base my teaching methods on the student’s needs and objectives. Each student is an individual and my methods are tailored to ensure his/her successful mastery of the subject.
I was born to two different parents. One speaks french and the other Arabic. My urdu/Hindi is pretty impressive, I’ve learned it myself. My methodology is self explanatory .
I am a medical physician with experience in General Practice and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Over years of teaching I have adapted an approach that fits best with students goals. Upon initiating a lesson plan, I encourage students to be open about their goals and commitments, which I feel contributes to success in achieving course performance and entrance to Universities and Graduate Programs.
Each student approaches foreign language education with their own jumble of motivations, skills, interests and personal experiences. Some will have a natural ear for language while others will struggle.
I aim to help my students find their own voice in their writing, whether it be essays, or creative. I also focus on nurturing self confidence and celebrating progress as we move through a curriculum, or conquer a specific challenge, so that students find joy and fulfillment in their work.
I start every lesson by reviewing the topics students are learning in the class to reinforce the current topics. However, if I notice that some concepts from previous years are not clear for the students, I will recap those as well. Also, I will provide some similar examples. To excel in math, practicing is the best way to achieve it.
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Religious Studies from Cal State Dominguez Hills. My techniques is to have a one-on-one session by discussing the reading, essay, or assignment bit by bit with no filter.
Writer in the film industry, with a bachelors degree. What we will review: Writing, Speaking using a variety of fun and useful topics to gain fluency very efficiently.
I teach all levels and styles. I tailor my teaching to the individual needs of each person. Sometimes formal lecture works best. Other times a casual discussion of a philosophical issue is what's most effective. The goal of my teaching in this format (outside of the classroom) is to simply do some philosophy and have fun with it. Maybe you want to talk philosophy while walking in the park.
As an educator, I believe that students function best within educational settings when they feel respected, able to express their own individuality, and supported. With these priorities in mind, many of my lessons employ a specific chronological flow. Firstly, I dedicate a prominent amount of instruction time to introducing concepts and/or skill sets.
I base my classes on a few key things: warm-ups, technique-focused repertoire, and music theory.
I'm an adaptive teacher, whatever level my student's knowledge is in the given field, together we assess goals and tangible milestones and I put together a game plan specific to us. Each student is different, so that's how we approach every class.
I believe in a flexible manner of instruction responsive to age, personality, ability, and background of each individual. I have taught students with autistic and minor learning disabilities and have learned to be flexible in terms of methods and materials I use, as well as expectations and goals for each student.
Learning is an adventure. I guide students through a lot of information, but the real exploration is within. The goal is to learn how to express thoughts with confidence and clarity. I match my teaching technique to the student's learning method.
I believe that your resume is your story. I will help you present your story in a way that catches the eye of recruiters and hiring managers. I will talk through your experience so that we can highlight your talents, skills, and experience in your resume. Thereafter, I provide tips and support on identifying and applying for the right jobs.
I try to use a conversational approach in teaching, to first see if there are any specific concepts that the student is having difficulty with. If the student has more general needs, I will begin with the most important concepts - or areas where students typically struggle - and progress from there.
I base my classes on what school subjects are giving a student trouble and focus in on how the student can work through each block, to succeed in understanding the subject matter. We start with the homework and proceed to testing applications.
I believe it is important to first make a personal connection with the student. I want to make sure my students feel comfortable sharing their worries with me, so that they never feel embarrassed if they don't know the answer to a question. My first priority is to cater each lesson to the student's specific needs. Each student is unique and may learn best from different teaching methods.
Hey there! My name is Steve and I am the Lead Guitarist for rock band Lifehouse, 50% of the creative force behind the band Lost Beach and a freelance Producer/Mixer/Mastering Engineer.
I guess my first teacher rubbed off on me in that when I would pick up on something he'd teach me, he'd roar with laughter and would get so excited for me! That is how I am: I love to see my students figure out concepts and put them into practice, I get very enthusiastic! Every small victory must be acknowledged because the road is long and difficult, and each small victory leads to a new...
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