I am willing to provide lessons for any level and will tailor them to the individual. I am very flexible and understand that people learn in different ways, so the first thing we will do is develop a lesson plan that benefits you. This is not a classroom, so we have the freedom to learn in the way that makes the most sense to you.
I have a BA in philosophy and art history from Bryn Mawr College and the Sorbonne, an MA in art history from Yale University, an MFA in fine arts and film production from Boston University and a PhD thesis in art history and anthropology completed at UCLA and to be filed at the University of Oslo, Norway, in 2018-9. I also have an ESL credential and have taught ESL and English in S.
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.
College level writing teacher with a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology identifies with student the obstacles and successful methods to his or her writing goals. Emphasizes writing about what the person feels passionately about. Elicits experiences and values that grasp the reader's attention and make writing meaningful.
-I have graduated with a Bachelor's in History and a minor in Archaeology. -I bring passion to history, and work to connect the student to the material to keep interest. -I am a published writer that has a good grasp of the English language, and can teach better writing skills.
I possess a Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in history from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. My majors were in history. I also recently obtained my Master of Education with social science teaching credential from National University in San Diego California.
My teaching method is to create educational activities that are student-centered. I aim for students to leave my classes as subject matter experts and to know how to effectively market their skills in the workforce. Research, critical analysis, writing, and editing remain the top skills acquired from my history courses.
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.
Art Historian with masters degree in Art History and doctoral work in 19th and early 20th century European Modernism. Minor fields of study: Italian Gothic and Renaissance; Baroque Art in the Low Countries. Emphasis in theory and criticism.
I am a 2010 Graduate of Appalachian State University and an certified in North Carolina to teach History from the ninth through twelfth grades. Also holding a certification in science, I know I can offer a unique view on this subject area.
Ted Wright, MAA, BA - Offering history and archaeology lessons to middle-high school students, (homeschool), undergraduate, graduate, as well as the general public. The courses focus on the ancient, medieval and modern periods in history, while paying close attention to historiography. The Archaeology section will focus on ancient Greece, the Biblical world and historical archaeology.
I break things down by using the things people love as examples. I also think that having humor while going over tough concepts helps relax students and in turn helps them retain the information. History and the humanities are structured enough, so I like to maintain a laid-back atmosphere that encourages friendly dialogue. I love to laugh and have a great sense of humor.
My philosophy of teaching is that all children are unique and must have a stimulating educational environment where they can grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. It is my desire to create this type of atmosphere in person or via webcam, where students can meet their full potential and have fun learning.
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.
I am a final-year PhD student from the UK, with two teaching certifications (PDHEP and Cambridge CELTA). I teach using a method called 'guided discovery': in other words, minimising me talking at you, and maximising problem-solving through an exploration of the issues that you specify.
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 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.
When one on one, I like to ask questions that make one think and then dialogue the answer with the student, explaining the actual facts and connecting the dots regarding their significance.
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.
Why tutoring? I love bridging the gap between people’s learning style and the information they struggle to retain. I tutor folks from middle school through college in subjects I love: Geography (physical, cultural), social sciences, sociology, and anthropology (archaeology, cultural), and more.
While I am still an upperclassmen high school student, I spend most of my time dedicated to the learning and teaching of children. I have taught both history and language to kids between grades 4th through 8th grade. I typically teach lessons relatable to what the child is learning in school, while making it more applicable to daily life to more easily understand the material.
Memorizing without understanding meaning and historical context isn't very useful. Learning the latter makes it easier to remember names/terms for the former. I strive to 'keep it real' when talking about how works operated within society, religious beliefs and aesthetics.
I am passionate about ancient history in particular and look to spread a general appreciation as well as awareness for the ancient past. I find geography to be an important aspect to be understood in order to better understand a time period. I introduce key historical figures into the narrative when teaching history because we remember people easier as opposed to more complex events.
I have a general idea what these professors look for in exam projects that you have to create a power point of your topic and how to make it engaging. I can pretend to be the professor asking questions about your presentations or help with test prep or quiz prep. I know in Intro to Anthropology as well as Intro to Archeology there were group discusions after reviewing the slide shows.
My method is to bring to life the events of the past through technological means, also to explore the past and work out how the world of today is effected by the events covered throughout history. With the use of modern technology, the goal is to make learning a fun experience for everyone.
I teach in a way that engages the child rather than panders on a subject until it is finished. I understand how frustrating it can be to listen to something that a teacher doesn't even want to teach. having interest in the subject is key, and I do well by educating myself in all points of the subject at hand.
BA & MA History Texas A&M University Undergraduate Minor in Archaeology Lecture with PowerPoint presentation focusing on how events tie together and individual stories in history I currently teach American History courses, with additional experience in teaching World History and an Archaeology background
My teaching method is Socratic in its approach, with dialogue being part of each tutoring session. Students are expected to be able to concisely argue their position on a subject and respond to criticisms of that idea. Each student is different and I try to understand the way that each student thinks, writes, and learns the best.
I can teach High School and College students. My teaching methods and strategies include 'Flipped Classroom' (urging the student(s) to prepare for the topic before each session), Visualization (teaching through PowerPoint presentation, drawings, etc.), Active Learning (e.g. one-on-one or group discussions/debates), and Student Effort Recognition.
Although my focus is primarily on secondary-aged students (6th-12th grade), I have taught history and related subjects to students as young as 3rd grade well into adulthood. I like to vary instruction as much as possible by including primary sources, video, audio, and practical hands-on learning experiences.
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