I approach each topic by giving the keywords to look for before doing a homework assignment or studying for any type of test.
I ask you what you want to learn about today and then I build a class for your interests! My method could be described as student-centered. I consider learning from everyone's interests the best way. Student's curiosity is a great way to boost the learning process and enhance the experience of learning something new every day.
My teaching methodology is based on how I was taught through my studies at CSU Long Beach. I will approach the various historical topics on the theories that most influenced my work which I believe makes history more relevant to the students. This theory/approach is what is called cultural and subaltern history.
I treat each lesson differently, approaching any assignment uniquely and comprehensively. Whether it be an scholarly work, school essay, academic research paper, or presentation, I strive to engage according to the circumstances (i.e. format, due date, topic) as well as the tutee's individual strengths and interests.
My goal when teaching history is to teach my students how to ask their own questions about what happened in the past. I also want my students to come out of the class with the tools needed to evaluate other people's use of historical evidence. I put a large emphasis on research methodology.
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 am a friendly & patient artist and art history tutor working with students at all levels to help with art terminology, research, writing & editing papers, viewing art within cultural/historical contexts, artist mentoring, critical thinking, & art-making processes, like drawing, painting, mixed media & Photoshop.
Art history is all about placing a piece of art into its historical context. By doing this, we are able to bring a piece of art to life. It becomes more than a flash card with a date to memorize. These pieces of art are real objects, created by real people in the past.
My plan is to become a teacher in the near future because I love education and see it as a key to success. My passion for teaching began in a martial arts class. When I received my black belt in karate, I became a instructor. It showed me how much I enjoyed teaching. My focus as a tutor is to help students achieve a passion for education to reach far and beyond their educational goals.
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.
History comes alive in my lessons! I teach students from primary school up through college helping them to understand historical events, to fine tune their research, and to edit their papers or study for exams.
I approach each and every tutoring session with enthusiasm for the topic and for teaching the topic to you! I try to be as easy to communicate with as possible and I make sure my classroom (virtual or physical) is a place where everyone can feel comfortable to ask as many questions as they need.
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 method of teaching is the way i learn myself.
My teaching method revolves around Constructivism; I relate new information with things that students already know and things that are of interest to students in order to make my lessons as dynamic as possible; my lessons structures include sets of different activities per hour. As a tutor, I try to be as entertaining and motivational as possible.
I am a graduate from Wenatchee Valley College. I am currently attending central Washington univieristy. I am a history major/education major. I am half way done with my bachelors degree. I can't wait to be a teacher to help students and others.
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.
Hello! I am a college graduate with a Master’s Degree in Latin American Studies from Tulane University and Bachelor’s Degrees in Spanish, Latin American Studies, and Anthropology from Missouri State University. (My primary area of research is ancient and modern Maya language and culture in Guatemala.) I am especially excited about tutoring students in Spanish language and culture. I am a St.
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 will accept learners of any age or learning style. I teach by assessing your needs, developing and delivering content which suits you as an individual, evaluating your level of understanding, and adjusting based on your needs. I am patient and will work hard for you to achieve success in your class.
Every student is unique, and my approach is tailored to every individual student. Through the use of the Socratic Method, I seek to establish a dialogue with the student, learn their strengths and weaknesses, and empower them to achieve success.
My teaching method is rooted in my experiences as an education studies student and museum educator. My lessons are rooted in critical pedagogy with a focus on the development of critical thinking skills through student-driven inquiry-based learning. I have focused my education on the theory of interdisciplinary teaching and learning combined with classroom and museum teaching experience.
I like to make the subject interesting! The reason I went into this field is because my high school teacher made it interesting and fun while effectively teaching the lesson. I try to emulate this teaching style while working as a teaching assistant at Rutgers University.
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 tend to focus on lecture style methodology with printed notes and word lists so that you can look for things on your own outside of tutoring. Most importantly I want you to come away from the lesson having learned something about the topic at hand and having found your own conclusions about any discussions.
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 have experience in 7th grade science education as well as Elem. art. I am able to give lessons to these levels as well as high school English, history, and psychology. Each subject varies in terms of instruction methods. For English it consists of basic word and sentence structures per level, concept and critical thinking skills based on written works and basic essay structure.
I developed the Whole Brain method of learning, that is based on individual and Group directed activities. The method is geared towards your learning style and brain function. Your interests are your strong motivations, and we used diagnostic tests.
I specialize in teaching student high school age and below. I have a very intuitive approach to teaching. It's different for every student, I mould my teaching style to fit the personality and working style that is most efficient for each individual student. If it's groups of student I try to make it as interactive as possible.
My teaching method is energetic and lively. I bring enthusiasm to my lessons, and tailor my approach to ensure whoever I am working with is engaged. I use visual material to drive my lessons, and take information from a lot of different sources to make it so that my student comes away with a greater sense of how my lesson fits into the world at large.
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