I am patient, creative and friendly. Many of my students tell me that I explain concepts more effectively than their teachers. I am available weekdays or weekends, days or nights, throughout the entire year. In addition to teaching in person, I also use Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Appear.in, interactive whiteboards, attachments (PDF, Word, Excel), and Slack, a remote desktop program.
I believe that, frequently, amazing goals can be achieved by students. I work exceptionally hard in preparing my lessons. I believe in my students' abilities to succeed. Therefore, I research presentations that are logically explained and worthy of their true potential. I am kind and patient.
My teaching methodology centers around the teaching of concepts. Every learning idea is made up of several concepts. I design each concept as a mini lesson, which when mastered, combine to help the student master an understanding of the big learning idea. I continually assess students’ learning in order to chart their progress.
First off I use a very patient teaching method. Not every student will understand after the first try. There is a lot of practice involved, but by the end of the lesson the student will be better at math in some way. No problem will go unsolved.
Lesson Plan First, I believe that learning should be FUN! We remember the things that we enjoy! I like to always have a clear understanding of the needs of the learner. I will talk to students about the areas of frustration, and also the parents (when possible for younger learners) to get as much information as possible.
I always start with the positive: What does the student enjoy? What works well? What are their interests? If a student enjoys basketball, I’ll find or create some games that incorporate basketball. It is my goal to prevent students from feeling like this is just another class that they have to endure. I help them see that learning can be fun.
Most people would be very surprised by my more relaxed structure of teaching. I generally ask students to show up to a lesson with specific homework assignments, past tests, or a review sheet for a future test, and from there I will gauge how strong they are on every topic.
My teaching method is listenting to the students to try to understand why they are having the issues they have. When it comes to math espically I feel like understanding why the person is having issues will be the best way to help them.
I am friendly, patient, and easy-going. I take sessions at a relaxed and comfortable pace so students don't feel nervous and pressured. I joke around a little bit and get to know students and build a bit of a relationship before just jumping in and getting more serious about the subject material. But there's plenty of time to get things done.
My teaching method is based on understanding the material rather than just getting the answer right. Understanding often comes from repetition. I believe have the student teach the tutor, and explaining what they know in their own words. When you can teach the topic, that's when you understand it.
I do not teach according to a set standard. If given a problem or equation, I think of many possible ways to get to the answer. I myself think like this and would teach my students an efficient way to think and get to an answer and not just what is taught in class.
I have a passion for math and love to pass it on to other people! I believe people learn best when they understand the reasoning behind what they are learning. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics/Economics (one major) from University of California, Santa Barbara and a valid teaching credential for Secondary Mathematics.
I am a graduate of Penn State Brandywine with a Major in Letters, Arts and Science with a minor in International Studies. I am a graduate student at West Chester University and majoring in Certification in Early Grades Preparation/Special Education. I will be a certified teacher at the end of 2018.
I was a tutor in high school. I am ADHD so it is easy for me to work with other students with the same disability. I work with what the child knows then proceed with what the child needs help with. This sets an idea that the child can do it if he/she puts their mind to it. I believe that all children are capable of learning, just sometimes you have to find what motivated them.
My teaching methodology is to find the rout of the students problem whether that is through learning style, concentration, or ways to better take tests. Certain students need a tutor that hones in on their needs rather than just going through the motions of how a problem is done.
I explain things thoroughly, really listen to the difficulties students are having, and come up with creative strategies to help students learn. Doing as many practice problems as possible and thinking of real life applications for a given subject/topic has always helped me and anyone I've taught.
My teaching methodology is using prior knowledge that the student have of the subject to teach the new math concepts. My goal is for the student to understand the math concept and teach the student the necessary mathematical skills to applied the concept in mathematical problems.
I am dedicated to student’s success by requiring them to think critically through creating a positive classroom environment that encourages discussion and participation. My teaching style is student centered and requires students to use problem solving skills that will help them be successful in their careers. I assess the math levels of my students and then teach accordingly.
I believe in building a rapport with my students. This puts them at ease and makes tutoring so much easier, since they aren’t stressed or nervous. I find that I have a lot of similar interests as my students which allows us to bond.
My teaching method is based on the "I Do", "We Do", and "You Do" format. First students will watch me solve some example problems. Then we will work on similar problems together. We will move on to the next lesson once the students can solve those problems on their own.
I embrace the predominantly Asian approach to teaching mathematics in schools, called the "mastery approach unlike the traditional US approach where the emphasize is on a "mind set" approach. Under the mastery approach, students learn a specific concept before moving on to more complex ideas, in a rigidly linear progression.
My teaching includes one-on-one as well as group. I base my classes on the pace and skill level of each course with my approach in trying to be as straight and to the point as possible. This leads to an opportunity to answer questions without being too lost in the details.
Whenever I teach math to students, I like to provide explanations and examples first before going into the lesson. Giving students prior knowledge of what the lesson will be about helps myself and the student understand the lesson more effectively.
I approach each topic and strategy with breaking the question and what it wants down. Whether it's in test prep, math, government, whatever, I feel you can always go back to the basics. When you break the question into chunks, it's easier to understand what the question wants from you.
I base all of my lesson on scientifically based curriculum and standards they evoke thought based learning. I enjoy using hands-on approaches that build critical skills and promotes mastery of the curriculum. I have worked with students between Kindergarten and adult learners. Although I push for excellence, I also understand that every student is unique.
I teach by providing a general example and working it out with my students. I believe rehearsal helps a lot in learning and retrieving information as well. I enjoy going over materials as many times needed. I understand that everyone has a unique time that takes them for to learn something and I respect that.
I teach the basic background and give examples. Then I help the student with the homework assignments, by giving hints on how to do them and then if necessary guiding the student to complete each assignment. I try to relate each assignment to past assignments already completed by the student.
My teaching approach is multi-fold. For me the teaching methodology is the key for the student's success. I start explaining the concept with examples and in lay man terms. With the step by step approach the content details increases and i try to inculcate the habit of practicing problems regularly.
I am a graduate engineering student. I can teach mathematics students in high school and first two years in the university. I can also teach physics in high school. My methodology involves knowing the student initial knowledge about the topic, introducing the topic, discussing and explaining the topic giving out of exercise and solving of problems together.
Aloha, My specialties - Science and Dramatic Arts. 20 years experience in Grades 8 - 12. My strengths include deep knowledge of subject areas, knowing how to ensure you achieve your academic goals. Focus on critical thinking, literacy, writing, problem solving.
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