My approach to teaching is simple "I do, we do, you do". I demonstrate a skill or ability, explaining my reasoning and thought process. Then the student and I begin a guided example together. Finally I turn the student loose to tackle a problem on their own. If they find success we move on, and if not we move back to the "I do" phase. Patience and practice go a long way in teaching.
My teaching method is breaking down the material and teaching it in a relatable aspect. In terms of tutoring pace, I go according to my students pace and provide a judgement free zone. The majority of students I have tutored have been high school students preparing for their SAT exam.
My teaching method will be the plan based and examples with daily life situations. My methodology will be object-based learning and I am ready to give lessons to all sections of biology students. I believe you will enjoy it and cherish the best moment of your life.
I use a lot of data to drive my instruction. I excel in scaffolding and differentiating my instruction to meet the needs of all of my students. I am comfortable providing lessons for student in the 7-12 grades.
I base my lectures on what you are going to be learning in class or by the syllabus, it only makes sense that every area teaches differently so for me to be able to help, I need the material. I definitely enjoy breaking down the information so that it makes sense, and is really cool to learn.
I can teach almost every grade level. I am more on hands-on activities for Science. I approach every student based on their learning styles. I am patient and determined to teach because that is my passion. And we can both learn from each other.
I'll always let you teach first! Tell me what you know, and we can fill in the blanks together. I like to gauge the student's grasp on the material before I start tutoring.
Enthusiasm and patience are a top need when it comes to the teaching community. Being able to understand a student's previous knowledge is also necessary. To be able to gather what kind of learner the student is , be it physical, verbal, aural, and/or visual is extremely crucial.
I approach each topic with excitement (because science is fun!) and engage students with real-life examples and problems to connect complex concepts to our everyday life. I hope to create a welcoming learning environment in which students feel comfortable participating and asking questions.
I prefere to teach at first by understanding how and why student don't understand something. I like to encourage students to ask any question and step by step eliminate their gap in knowledge. And on top of it, I like biology as my true passion.
I am not currently giving lessons to any students. My characteristics is always showing my pleasure while tutoring while always smiling. I am always kind to most people. If I get angry, I will never bring at any of my students.
I like to get to know my students first to ascertain which modality of teaching suites them best. Also, not every subject can be taught the same way and be learned as effectively. I take this all into consideration when deciding my approach for a specific student.
I have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology. I am certified to teach grades seven through twelve Biology. I have a wide variety of techniques and methods of instruction that I incorporate while I teach. I strive to focus on teaching methods that specifically help the individual succeed and reach his/her academic goals.
I hope to communicate my love of learning (and my fascination with the complexity of living systems) to my students. I work diligently towards helping my students understand difficult concepts, enabling and inspiring them to master course materials and concepts, using a variety of learning modalities that are tailored to individual learning styles.
I believe that learning is best done at a conceptual level. Within the field of biology, there are certain facts and terms to memorize, but more so there are complex concepts and theories that must be understood. I strive to help students make connections within their current topic of study that they can then apply to other lessons.
My teaching method is based on both kinesthetic and visual learning. I believe it is important for a student to both see a a skill being performed, and to perform the skill themselves in an environment that is comfortable enough for trial and error as a method of learning.
I like feedback and input from those I’m teaching on what works best for them. My number one goal is being interactive, relating concepts to real life, not only speaking but showing what I’m speaking about and stimulating thought-provoking conversations that deepen ones understanding of the subject.
I alter my teaching methodology based upon the student's needs. For instance, if the student learns best via auditory teaching means, that will be my primary mode of instruction.
I cater my teaching style to the student, and will work with a student to tailor my lessons to their style of learning. When tutoring biology I like to use analogies to make the material easier to remember.
I tutor all ages/education, but work more effectively with college students. I base my classes on what you're trying to achieve. By setting goals, we're able to see our progress clearly. It's more important to understand the material versus memorizing it.
When starting a new topic I always like to get a feel for how much the student already knows so we can get to the subjects that are tougher.
I make sure my students enjoy what they learn by providing a comfortable environment for them in which they can be themselves. I aim for students to love what they learn in order to make learning fun and eventually become a passion of theirs.
I enjoy teaching students to problem solve =, not just for the subject being studied , but for any situation life may bring to them. I prefer and interactive method where students are free to ask questions and have discussions to allow better understanding.
My teaching method is through visual learning. Drawing systems out is the best way to learn anatomy and physiology, as well as cell biology. These methods work for both high school and college students as it aligns with the coursework.
I am passionate about teaching and am motivated to empower students to reach their full potential. My teaching philosophy is to give students the tools and knowledge to work through problems and develop a deep understanding for concepts. Thus, I designed worksheets that challenged students to think critically about course material.
I try to approach every subject as fun and interesting. I want my students to be as interested in the subject as much as I am. I hope to make the subjects as easy to understand while also going into depth about the topics.
My teaching methodology varies from student to student, but is largely based on doing hands on exercises with students in person. This may be done by helping with existing homework exercises as assigned in formal classes, or developing extra practice and study aids.
I like to walk through the content and stop frequently to check in with the student and allow them to ask questions. The student will determine the pace of the lesson. I will ask questions myself to make sure the student is following. If a review of the content is not necessary, I will allow the student to attempt practice problems and use me as a resource to answer their questions.
I base my teaching strategies the needs and strengths of the student. I try to access where the student learning has stopped, so I will know where to began. Before starting any training, I will administer a test to determine what the student has accomplished.
My approach is to have a structured, but fun and interactive teaching environment. I strive to engage students and help them see the practical application of what is being taught. I know that not all students learn the same way or at the same rate, so I work to incorporate different teaching strategies to help the student succeed.
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