My teaching method is hands-on and interactive. I like to use games to help a child learn, as well as diagrams, real-life examples and to correlate the knowledge with something the individual student can relate to in order to help their interest/understanding.
BA in Elementary Education, MA in Theatre Education. Experienced in primary grades in reading, writing and math. One on one helps bring the reading level to grade and more. I use the three modalities of learning: visual, aural, and kinsthetic.
I focus on the client's needs and working with the family to develop a plan that will help the client succeed. Initial teaching focuses on organization, research skills, & time management. Clients will be given small quizzes at the beginning each session and get assistance on necessary homework and projects first.
I am a college student studying online at UMA to earn my medical assistant certificate. I provide service from learner ng how to read up to understanding physics. I use the know Kinesthetic method of teaching most, sometimes the auditory method also. I have a lot of patience with my students or people I am tutoring.
My techniques focus on getting students really excited to learn about the subject at hang. By making it interesting and engaging and showing them that something like Greek language and history can be fun and interesting, it gets students more involved and passionate about their learning.
I base my teaching method on what is best for my student. Whether they work best with physical learning, visual, or traditional lecture style, I make my lessons interactive, fun, and colorful. I especially appreciate engaging students with games, reverse teaching, and creative projects to think both critically and interactively with their subject material.
I focus on expressivist pedagogy when I teach. This means I encourage personal growth and development from the writing assignments and a reflection of personal insight when understanding complex topics in literature. I would assign a book, with a reading schedule, and have students write papers in response to the main theme or an associated topic at the end of the reading.
I try to start off with something you know and show you a different side of it. I'm really laid back and like to progress at the pace of the student. I don't want it to feel forced it should come naturally.
My methods of instruction vary with the subject and the student. I prefer to personalize my teaching to the student's particular learning style. Generally, I prefer to find what the student is struggling with and give them the tools and reasoning they need in order to fully understand the concept without assistance.
I am a 16-year Doctorate-holder, who has taught, on-line, on-ground, and everywhere in between, preparing easily digestible lessons for each student, on a wide swath of subjects within the several disciplines, and am prepared to walk you through each subject!
I believe in the experience of learning. Ancient Greek takes a much different approach than essay writing. Ancient Greek takes a great deal of continuous practice. However, in writing, you need to learn reading comprehension in order to become an effective writer. I would proof all your writing, give you advice on how to formulate your ideas in a constructive way that is academic in nature.
My teaching method includes a one on one helpful base to find what works for each individual student. I know from experience that someone afraid to speak up, is the worst problem to have in a classroom. I start with an overview of the days work and continue with the lesson to help you understand the material.
My teaching method depends on the student's current ability level, the textbook they might be required to use, and what their ultimate goals are. My primary focus is to help the student to gain proficiency as well as (and this is very important) succeeding in the classroom. Each teacher is different; it is my job to help the student be successful in their particular classroom environment.
I approach each topic with the basics and then build on the necessary information layer by layer so as not to overwhelm students with the full subject load right off the bat.
If you look at my yearly lesson plans for an actual classroom they are very methodical I’m structure. It is easiest to understand this timeline of literature if you can understand the history that created it. My lessons provide more than just the basic understanding of a story on paper. They being every instance into context.
I teach my classes with small lectures, activities, and engaging discussions. Class is supposed to be fun and exciting, not dull! I will look at comparisons between the Classics and other civilizations/content areas.
I approach any subject teaching for mastery, seeing where student and/or class is and making certain that they understand key concepts and skills before moving on, varying presentation as needed and providing regular assessment and feedback to verify such skills.
I base my lessons on things that cater to each student's personal needs, along with my own techniques that'll help them to better understand the subject.
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My teaching method is to discover what you are studying and understand, then build your tutoring around how you learn from there.
Making difficult material understandable! Students have consistently related well to my methods. Many have passed out equivalency requirements at graduate and undergraduate institutions. In 30 weeks, we can present the ancient Greek (or New Testament Greek) "toolbox" -- minimum tools to know the grammar. Or for intermediate students, we can read through a graded reader.
I am an Ap (advanced placement) student in high school.
I read Ancient Greek and Hebrew on a regular basis and have taught these languages in a wide variety of settings for the past 37 years. I have several earned degrees that included learning Greek and Hebrew at the highest level. I have taught Greek at the university level and both of these languages in many other settings.
For beginners interested in learning the Latin Language I stress a combination of grammar/vocab exercises and basic translation. There are no short cuts to learning Latin grammar and memorizing vocabulary, but there are techniques that make it more enjoyable and hasten the learning process.
I tailor my teaching to what is most useful to the student. A successful tutor will match the students learning style with what the student needs to learn, streamlining useful information. It is imperative that a tutor understand why the student is interested in the subject, and what a student wants to get out of their time with said tutor.
I teach reading in Latin and ancient Greek at all levels. If a student needs tutoring or help with schoolwork, I can work with any textbook or lesson plan. For independent learners, I can teach a student to read whatever sorts of texts he or she is interested in.
GRADUATE SCHOOL EDUCATED, across a broad spectrum of the Humanities, and some sciences as well , at one of the leading grad schools in the nation. Many students continued on to PhD programs at Harvard, et al. top level universities in the U.S.
Knowing how to learn, as well as what to learn, is essential to academic success. I take an integrative approach to help students master study skills and subject matter at the same time. Clear and achievable goals are essential, so I break down every subject into manageable chunks with regular assessments to give you an idea of your progress.
I have my PhD in two fields - Classics and Philosophy from Cornell University. I also have degrees from the University of Chicago and Tulane University. I tutor Greek, Latin, Mathematics, Logic, and English. I am from the United States though I have tutored students from all over the world for twenty years.
I am a certified Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages, (Advanced CTESOL) from Trans-world School of Educations in San Francisco, CA, where I also worked as an ESL instructor. I have an undergraduate degree from University of Missouri, Kansas, City (UMKC) in Psychology. I emphasize on interaction learning methods to help students succeed in the classroom and in business situation.
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Perfect! Amazing! Worked with me on the phone and helped me with my Classical Greek. Has a great knowledge of the subject. First rate, super personality and fun to learn from. Will work with again this year! Fair pricing, will meet in person as well. Close...
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