I have an MFA in poetry, a BFA in English, and a CELTA certificate, along with teaching endorsements in English, ESL, and GT (gifted and talented). I taught English Literature and Language to 7,8, and 9th graders for 10 years, ESL for several years, including several years of work with international students.
My teaching methodology is very wide, is base on the Grade level and background knowledge but most of all my teaching methodology will help you understand the WHY of each topic that in most cases is not taught in the classroom...
Chemistry is my true passion, but it hasn't always been. My enthusiasm and love for science guide my teaching. I have learned through my own academic challenges, and I'm sure you'll agree, that the attitude of your instructor strongly affects the efficiency and depth of learning, as well as retention of the information learned.
My preferred teaching methodology is a theme based student-centered approach that builds on prior knowledge and skills. I adapt my approach based on the needs of the learner and have successfully taught elementary students through project based learning and themes of interest and practical use for adult students.
I believe in having fun and pushing others hard. Even on competitive sports, it's all about having fun. Do I like to win? Of course! But I'd much rather have fun and take a loss, then to not have any fun at all. My students describe me as fun and tough. I push them to be their best without buying excuses and always aim for fun.
My teaching method is tutee-centric. I do not teach math or reading, but tutor the student to improve his/her math or reading skills. From the outset I work to build and foster a relationship of trust that creates an environment conducive to acceptance of mistakes and to taking personal responsibility for performance.
I teach my best when a student has worked through some material, but still doesn't understand it well. I try my best to put it in simple terms and use analogies that are relatable to everyday life. I take a hands on approach by working through the problem with the student and discussing my steps along the way. I am confident I can adapt to fit your needs.
I'm an Arabic native speaker and I work as an interpreter. I'm a Spanish linguistics major. Teaching is my passion before it's a profession and my lessons structure is always based on the learner's needs and personnality. My goal always is that my students absorb the most of the info given.
I work with students of all ages and experience to bring them the joy of reading. Together, we find the best candidates to study and explore several aspects of each work. Yes, even kindergartners benefit from this method! All the way up to Master's level.
I am a certified and highly qualified elementary school K-8 grade teacher in Arizona. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Arizona State University in 2001. I began substitute teaching and tutoring privately after college, which exposed me to a lot of different teaching and learning techniques. I have experience tutoring math, reading, and writing.
I've always had a love for Mathematics. Growing up I always excelled in my Mathematical studies, always a step or two ahead of my age group. It continues in college where I am currently studying Applied Mathematics at Arizona State University.
Hello, my name is Jarren Hall and I am a highly effective math tutor who has a Bachelor's Degree of Science in the subject and has had plenty of experience with teaching and tutoring students at the junior high, high school, and college level.
I approach each student as an individual. It helps me to see previous work so we have a starting point. I also invite my students to read certain literature that will help them expand their vocabulary and introduce them to different forms of writing.
After 10 years of experience, I found the perfect way and most beneficent approach to help the student understand. I create my own questions and material and present them in a way that the student wouldn't forget it the next day.
I have earned two graduate degrees (Master of Divinity and Master of Social Work). We will work together to set your goals. I listen deeply and will draw on your strengths. I will motivate, encourage and challenge you to discover who you authentically are and want to be.
My teaching methodology is to approach each student where they are and go on from there. I use as much of my students' prior knowledge as possible and build on it. It's important that my students do the work themselves. I am just the facilitator, there to guide my students through the maze of academics.
My name is Brian. I recently moved to Phoenix to have a double Lung Transplant and loved it so much that I've decided to stay! Currently I am studying to take the Arizona engineering licensing exam. I'm a bit of a Math Whiz myself so I decided to tutor and help others.
I started tutoring privately throughout high school helping students raise D letter grades to A letter grades. This continued professionally at Mathnasium and at ASU. I follow a simple pattern that is proven to help remember mathematics process which in turn enables the student to use their skills to succeed in class. The best part is that this isn't a way of learning to pass a test.
Are you having trouble at school with Math or Science? I can help answer your questions, explain difficult concepts, reinforce fundamentals that are hindering your further learning, and provide motivation for mastery thru real world examples of the importance and power of Math and Science. With a little help you can understand and enjoy school again.
I was raised in Europe. I grew up speaking several languages. I majored in French and Spanish in college and was the recipient of an academic scholarship as the best foreign language student. I went on to law school and specialized in international law at a top rated law school. I know what it takes to learn a foreign language having learnt several foreign languages myself.
I taugh for different levels from universitary students outside USA to elementary and intermedy school in USA. Using as method the bloom taxonomy to move the students towar the low level ( reproductive) of assimilation toward the high level ( creative). All the time with inercation, participation and high level of practice.
I would like to help you get through any specific Japanese language problems you may have. Instead of me preparing a ready-made class I would like to talk to you and understand where you need help. Once we have that figured out we can go down the path of improving your Japanese together.
I am currently a Medical Assistant in a Family Practice office. I have been an MA for about 1.5 years now. I did my MA school the last 2 years of high school (Jted). My method of instruction depends on the individual themselves, everyone learns differently. I am a hands on learner so I like to implement hands on things in lessons. I also have good photographic memory. Songs, acronyms, etc.
To teach a topic, I teach myself the topic by exploring multiple ways of understanding and doing problems. Then when the student I teach the fundamentals of the topic, followed by practice problem over practice problems over practice problems. For each practice problems, the goal is to do them in more than one way to reiterate the fundamentals.
Fun, patient and down to earth, I'm expert at building positive, productive relationships with my students. My approach is student-centered, focusing on individual needs. All of what I teach has been and continues to be about encouraging critical thinking and trying to inspire students to articulately communicate their needs, assume power and act with self-confidence and authenticity.
My teaching methodologies are engaging, motivating and interactive. I incorporate meaningful activities that include reading, writing, speaking and listening skills which are imperative for any second language learner. I use brain-based strategies that are also effective for learning any subject matter.
I am a college student who loves history and teaching. I give fun and engaging lessons for students of any age up to the high school level. I believe history has something for everyone, and tailor my lessons to the interests of the student while still teaching to local standards.
I view my learners as members of a learning team that includes me, whose function is to guide, facilitate, and support learning, much the same as a coxswain provides the direction and coordination that enables a crew to advance the shell in a boat race.
I make a point of using real world examples, history, and narrative to facilitate understanding of a topic and engage with all of you. Chemistry and Biology connect with many facets of life, and the stories behind how many discoveries were made can really help in understanding and forming long term connections in the mind.
By providing different perspectives and approaches to each problem, I allow students to explore what works best for them. By doing so, I am able to understand each individual learning style, which allows me to customize lessons by selecting individual topics that may be challenging for the student.
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