I am adept and conscientious in preparing lesson plans that are specifically catered towards the abilities of my students in order to both encourage and challenge them during their pursuit of knowledge. While I specialize in History lessons, I also know that writing and test taking skills are crucial to a students success.
I have taught African Civilization, Cultural Anthropology and Cultures of the World for 14 years at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, New Jersey, U.S.A. These are Associate Degree students who will eventually transfer to universities and four-year colleges to earn their Bachelor degrees.
My technique is simple in nature and depth in practice. I want to find out what makes your learning yours due to an individualized approach that benefits the individual and the class when appropriate. I have have heard from previous students that they each got something different than one another.
My teaching philosophy is based on the belief that students know the best way to learn material, whether it be from lecturing, presentations, or trial-and-error. With that in mind I asses each student and create a lesson plan based on how they learn; this means that at every step of the way the student will be giving me input on how the lessons should be structure.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Arts in Public History from American Military University. I have worked over a decade in special government projects. All of this experience has taught me the value of utilizing a variety of methods to teach lessons which are understood and contextualized for the individual student.
I graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a Bachelors degree in Anthropology/Geography. I am currently finishing up a Masters degree in History at the American Public University in Virginia. I have a passion for learning and all things pertaining to history, geography, anthropology, and archaeology. I can provide lessons to all elementary and secondary level students.
I adjust my method based on provided curriculum, but there is primarily and emphasis on explanation, exercises and review tailored to individual student needs and experiences. I move at the pace of the individual and treat each student with patience and understanding, especially with those who struggle with traditional educational structures.
I like to use a variety of methods for teaching my students, including power point, documentaries, videos, and primary sources. I am a patient, caring and giving tutor. It is my job to not only help my students learn but to have them enjoy and like the subject as well.
My teaching method varies from student to student depending on what they need. I have developed tools and materials that approach each topic from several perspectives, each best suited for a different learning style. I incorporate many of these strategies while teaching so every students' needs are addressed. While tutoring, I work with the student to create a program that works best for them.
Depending on your education level, I will either tutor you by giving a short lecture and some questions or I will work through the questions with you, when you and I speak we can figure out a plan that works best for you.
I am an engaging tutor with over four years experience teaching students at the university level. Utilizing a variety of teaching techniques tailored to the student, my approach is informal, but results driven. I am not only focused on improving marks, but also providing the essential knowledge base that will enable my students to succeed in the future.
Dear students, I am a passionate lecturer with extensive knowledge in Philosophical studies and Anthropological Sciences. I hold Licentiate and Masters Degrees in Philosophy. My academic dissertation was on the works of John Ralws in view of Social systems of justice and fairness in socio-economic and political spheres. I believe that knowing to do right thing is the highest level of justice.
I offer guides to writing tasks, by showing the student what to do, when to do it, and where to do it. This, of course is dependent on how fast the student grasps the concepts. I approach different students differently.
I like to tailor my approach to each student as we all learn differently. Once we decide the approach, I am a firm tutor who expects you to work hard and be accountable. I have experience teaching at all levels.
I use my personal experiences as field-tested results to motivate students and audiences to take action. My world records in extreme athletic adventures with film as a support include the first person to swim from Africa to Europe, kayaking the Nile from Ethiopia to Cairo, trekking the High Atlas Mountains and Sahara solo.
I enjoy all opportunities to share knowledge and the pleasure of learning. When teaching larger groups I use lecturing, discussion, and visual aids to communicate concepts to individuals. I encourage conversation and questions throughout all my teaching. When tutoring and mentoring individually, I work collaboratively with the student to understand their own goals and how best to accomplish them.
I teach with some lectures and video. Feedback with the student through text analysis, and academic material. I want that the students finish this course or seminar with a knowdlege about how understand our present and to know indetify history manipulated.
I generally begin by getting to know the student's interests. It is easier to explain confusing topics by comparing it to topics of interest. I like to use visual aid and other ways to reconstruct a lesson so that the student may better understand it; for example, I may use a timeline or an outline or a Venn-diagram.
M.Ed Secondary Social Science from the University of Florida B.A. Anthropology from the University of South Florida I am well versed in various methods of diversified teaching techniques that apply to all styles of learning. I have taught A.P.
High school history instructor with two master degrees and a background in Anthropology/Archaeology, Geography, Geography, Government, and Economics. Can help with all levels of history students from just basic questions, to study tips, to advance degree learners who need someone to look over papers.
I mainly give lessons to individuals in middle school and in high school. My techniques mainly stem from patience and engaging with the students. I try to incorporate the interests of the students into the curriculum to help them better focus. For instance, some of the students I taught in the past loved Minecraft and I was able to integrate the concept of Minecraft into physics and geometry.
My methodology begins with assessing where the tutoring students are at level wise for each particular subject. As I am familiar with all subjects, elementary through middle school, I acquire materials per student per subject matter depending on what they are needing.
Through tutoring, I am able to demonstrate my commitment to student achievement and success.
My name is Shawn and I give lessons to middle school and high school students. I approach each topic by asking students how familiar they are with it and then find a way to make the topic more relatable to them.
My teaching style is casual and informal. I'd rather talk to my students like it was a regular conversation than be called "Doctor" or "Professor". I use a lot of examples and stories from my experiences and observations around the world, and do my best to talk about how schoolwork topics apply to real life situations.
My teaching method is based on some professors I myself had in college who believed in an open classroom setting, that was discussion based and allowed for each student to learn in a fun and friendly manner. Most of what I teach is from learned experience and based on my first semester of college.
I base learning upon practical application as well as taking existing knowledge skills and combining them with an infusion of learning the new skills. I believe in mixing repetitive learning drills with fun and new, combining new applications with old fashioned learning.
I have a BS from Baylor University and an MA from Wichita State University. I enjoy teaching and helping others and believe that a variety of instruction methods leads to retention. I strive to make my lessons interesting and applicable to everyday life.
I am currently studying biological anthropology and forensic science at a state university. I am equipped to teach multiple topics including anthropology, philosophy, and history. Previously, I worked with middle school aged children aiding them in various subjects. However, I am proficient in higher level courses within my range of study.
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