I believe that the most important way to enjoy math is to figure out how to approach a set of problems, instead of just going through the problems. Instead of solving the puzzle with you, I like to guide you such that you can figure it out on your own, and apply that methodology to similar problems in the future. I will go over concepts as many times as you need. Other than that..
I like to approach tutoring sessions by knowing not only what the topics are but also with what specifically the student is struggling. Each student is different with different needs and I like to tailor my approach to meet those needs. I also regularly ask students for feedback on how I can better help them reach their goals.
I give lessons primarily to high school and college students from all walks of life. I develop a structured lesson plan for each lesson that involves plenty of discussion and writing exercises. I strive to make my educational spaces safe and nurturing.
My teaching method is very hands on. Learning through play and exploration is the best kind of learning in my opinion! I will encourage students to think outside the box and be extremely creative and through this process I feel students will engage and learn more deeply than typical lecture based learning.
My main focus in my courses are for beginners and intermediate guitarists. Im going to teach you how intervals work together, how to play in scales and patterns that come with them, modes and much more! This is a course for those that can play guitar but want to really understand their instrument to the maximum level.
My name is Thomas. As I have gone from being the first in my family to finish high school to earning my graduate degree in educational psychology, I appreciate the effort one puts into advancing academically. Goals are defined at the start of our sessions, and then we refine our approach as we discover what is or is not working for us.
I have taught High School Math for 19 years and tutored College Math classes for almost 25 years. I enjoy working one on one to help my students completely understand the processes and logic used to correctly solve the problems the face.
I am a dissertation student with a 4.0 GPA. I possess excellent written, oral, and electronic communication skills. I have experience working with primary and high school students as well as college and grad students.
My teaching method is to introduce new topics with excitement and passion, so my students feel similarly. I show them examples of how the goal of the day should be completed, guide them as they practice the daily skill and give them time to work silently and independently, while I give feedback along the way.
My teaching method is Project based. I approach lessons by, after establishing the students experience level, introducing a prompt for a project. As we work through the project together I help my students problem solve as issues arise. I believe this interactive way of teaching helps students learn quicker and more effectively.
My teaching methodology is based around student-centered discussions. Within these discussions I try to make real life connections to the student's so that they can apply what we are discussing to their own life to help them understand the concept or lesson.
My method includes defining terms for understanding. Identify what the problem wants you to know and what you already have. Getting the student to use critical thinking and explain how they arrived at an answer. Using examples has proven to be very helpful. And repetition helps students retain information as well.
My goal, first and foremost, is to come to understand where each student is at in terms of their understanding and their relationship to the subject. Some students have been scarred by the subject and some emotional repair and bolstering is necessary for getting back on track. In other words, the psychological and the emotional aspects of learning and test prep are paramount.
Hey! I know how difficult high school can be, and how stressful college season is towards the end of junior and all throughout senior year. I want to serve as either a mentor or admissions consultant to high school students because it is incredibly easy to make the whole deal a lot more challenging than it should be.
I believe that reading is the key to a successful life. I also believe that reading should be fun, and that students should be able to read about things that interest them. I follow a gradual release approach of I do, we do, you do, to build student confidence, while giving them ample space to grow.
I'm a music major high school student, who have played piano for 12 years and mastered the music theory and solfeggio, with a different method. I will help you to find the answer to your problems, using methods and daily practice methods or specific practices and help you to improve skills. Also, I will help you to meet the requirements to be a professional musician using your skills.
Masters of Science in Sociology specializing in Social Policy & Social Problems. I have 15+ years of childcare, educational instruction, and tutoring experience. I am great at developing a plan for your assignments or test prep.
My name is Connor, I've been learning and playing guitar since 2009. I began my studies with private lessons from local rock/jazz guitarist Joe Wagner. His method of teaching catered to the songs and type of genres his students wanted to know. Since I was passionate about Led Zeppelin, he taught me "Heartbreaker" my first lesson.
I have taught students from middle school age to adults. I have covered the physical sciences, biology, and anatomy & physiology. I provide individualized instruction based on your personal preferences, strengths, and areas of desired growth. My lessons are student-centered and based on the most up to date research in science education. I make lessons interesting and relevant to you.
I am a senior at the University of Pennsylvania majoring in International Relations with a focus on educational development. I am also a Jazz and Pop Music minor. I work one-on-one with students to ensure they are improving upon both their strengths and their weaknesses as they prepare for this college entrance exam. Attention will be directed to both the content and strategy of the exam.
A third year undergraduate Communications student at a Philadelphian University with a concentration in Public Relations and a minor in Mangement-Marketing. Always seeking opportunities to apply my skills in public relations/crisis management, digital marketing, peer tutoring, etc.
My teaching/coaching style is to highlight what skills the player is strong/weak in. I then try to pair the lessons with a weak skill that compliments a strong skill to keep the players confidence high, while bringing out/teaching work ethic and persistence.
I like to start with the basics, such as the elements and principles of art along with reviewing and testing the materials. From there I like to develop a project with the student, were we can relate the artwork to different artists, art movements and techniques.
For most students or classes I start by teaching the elements and principles, along with the materials that we have. As we continue to work I encourage students to work with what they have, as we expand what they know.
My teaching method is basically to let students gather all the knowledge they have and put them into categories and the specific type o question this equation is going to solve.
I help students learn by asking questions. Some questions lead to discussion, which provides opportunities for self-expression, and some questions lead to clarification, which creates opportunities for assessing the skills we've mastered and becoming aware of both the progress we are making and the areas in which we would still like to improve.
I am a native French speaker with two Master's degrees and a diverse professional background. I have worked as a journalist and as a cultural advisor in France as well as a French tutor. I tailor the lessons to help the students reach their academic or personal goals in a comfortable and trustful learning environment. .
I have a BA in Islamic Jurisprudence, which was taught solely in Arabic. I have full command of the Arabic language. I taught lessons to natives and speakers of other languages. I love the hands-on approach to teaching. Over the years, I've seen many of my new students learn to read within 2 weeks taking 2-3 lessons per week.
Jim Donahue- If you're looking for a king pin guitar connoisseur? You simply can't get any more knowledgeable then Jim Donahue. His Guitar shop "NoahJames Guitars/Leader Music Inc. is just minutes outside of Philadelphia Pennsylvania and was founded in 2003.
Hello, I'm Imani Hudson-Ashe and I'm from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I am currently enrolled at Community College of Philadelphia to pursue my dreams of becoming an high school teacher. I plan on finding out what the student needs help with specifically and I will take it from there.
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