My teaching method is directly related toward the student.Quick learners typically learn easy from repetition .Those who struggle need basic core concepts along with aids to help student memory gap so that they can be more successful in the classroom.
My teaching method is to prepare lesson plans and materials for each student based on their academic goals. Create worksheets and practice tests to prepare students for weekly tests. Identify the needs of the students and adapt the course content and delivery style to meet their needs. Assist with homework and other class assignments.
I approach each topic by first trying to understand the problem and basic fundamentals. If there is something that I don't understand, I would rather state that, go review and come back with a fresher understanding instead of powering through.
I am able to work with high school students and up. I like to structure my lesson plans in a flexible way that allows for the material needed to be covered in a comprehensive way. Initially I like to discuss areas of concern with the student and create a plan that focuses on the needs of an individual rather than trying to get through an entire syllabus or all course curriculum.
I have a passion for biology and want to pass that along to as many individuals as I can. I employ mnemonic devices and analogies when presenting material, as it aids in comprehension and can be a lot of fun. I think enjoying the subject is key to being successful in it, and I do everything I can to make that happen.
My teaching method is based in the experience, because I think a good experience is a good record and that is a thing you are not going to forget easy. my interest is teach people what amazing is the natural world breaking the walls from the close and exclusive science world but keeping the science, science.
My teaching method is based on a multidimensional approach. In addition to lectures, I like to use online resources. I have a special interest in e-learning that I will incorporate into my teaching plan. We live in an age of easily obtainable information of all types.
My teaching method is not generalized. I adhere to the individual’s needs, and cater to how they learn best. I feel this method works best, as I feel generalization makes learning difficult for some students. I will take my time with you and stay patient to make sure you get the most out of your session.
- I base my classes on a structured learning approach with my students by starting with basics and then deep-diving into each topic of Biology/Microbiology - I like to take practical examples and experiences to concretely explain the theoretical concepts and to deal with core fundamentals of my subjects - I also believe in evaluating learning with the help of assessment techniques that include...
I am well versed in Common Core guidelines and the 8th Grade NYS Science Exam. My teaching philosophy is that relatable, real-world applications of difficult topics make them to more understandable to students, helping students to achieve their math and science goals.
After initial assessment of the desires of the student, I would formulate a plan to address the particular subject areas he/she wants to work on. My approach is to probe with questions and determine the student's knowledge base, and to work from there; I am a proponent of concept mapping, or mind mapping to make the student an active part of the learning process.
I teach in a manner that covers all the topics presented and stop frequently to engage the students. I also have them rely on themselves and test their own understanding of the topic by letting them teach back or even quiz them verbally.
As a high school student, I understand the struggles other students might encounter when trying to learn. Throughout my years as a astdent and a tutor, I have picked up many skills that I use to teach others. I have a very solid understanding of math, but excel especially in geometry. I can also give tutoring lessons to anyone doing elementary school math.
Giving instruction on concepts and then allowing students to put the material in their own words. I strongly believe that hands on practice with homework, problems, and quizzes are the key to successful and long term understanding of any course subject.
I like to make things practical, biology is alive so I like to make connections with our own body's, stories seem to work well. I have done all types of studying from making flash cards to interactive notes. I mold to the way the person I am tutoring learns. It's about teaching them in their primary learning style.
I teach step by step. I think it is important to show people the basic foundation and to work up from that. Once the basics are understood, it is easier for everything else to fall into place. Learning is NOT about memorization, it is about understanding concepts.
My teaching philosophy is very simple, and it was taught to me by my BIO 101/102 professor. The teacher does not give you the grade, you give yourself the grade. My teaching method is based first off of familiarizing yourself with the knowledge that needs to be known, then practicing and applying it not until you get it right, but until you can't get it wrong.
I give lessons to science and math students from middle school through university level. I believe that application of concepts through examples and practice questions is the best way to achieve a solid grasp of complex topics.
My focus is to give each of my students a way of approaching answers through conceptual thinking, so they don't have to rely on pure memory. We will begin with a NBME, the standard of determining where you stand. I will analyze your NBME based on the nature of the bar distribution. We can determine a strong lesson plan from that point.
I teach via the Socratic method. When a student approaches me with a question, I take the time to ask questions to direct them towards the answer on their own, so that they can learn the process to find the answers and not just "know" the answers.
I really try to approach each of my lessons by relating to the student first. Being as young as I am, this is very easy for me to do. I typically like to do a "pretest" that lets me evaluate what the student knows and is having trouble with. From this, I teach a lesson and provide many practice problems.
My teaching method is centered around the student. I can vary my teaching methods from student to student because I know that everyone learns differently. I primarily teach undergraduate students, but I can also help high school students as well.
Teaching methods are tailored to the needs of the students. Should questions arise during review sessions, the tutor is there to provide assistance. Actively reviewing material and practice problems are the best ways to master content and apply to studies.
My teaching method is multi-faceted. I use videos, hand-made worksheets, powerpoints, and create flashcards and practice tests for my students. If a session is 1 hour long, I will use the first 15 minutes to do an overview of information about what will be covered that day, then use the remainder of the time with active learning opportunities.
I provide college-level lessons for students needing assistance with biology or related fields. I approach lessons by having students walk me through their understanding of a given topic, so that I can identify areas for further improvement. From there, I provide new ways for the student to view the problem, so that they may better understand it.
I believe that passion for a subject is the most important ingredient for success. By inspiring students, I want to empower them to ask questions, be self-motivated, and learn skills to be able to successfully learn and remember important topics.
Hello! My name is Rebecca Phillips. I'm a junior biology major at OSU. I believe effective teaching requires a combination of tactile, auditory, and visual methods.
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I am a sophomore at Virginia Tech, studying animal science (pre-vet). I am offering tutoring lessons to any grade level in areas of math or science. I will help go over homework, sample problems, or provide small lessons on these subjects again. I am very flexible and change my teaching technique based on each student and what they need help with.
I am about to graduate with a 3.6 and my biology degree from FSU. I have received A's in biology 1 and 2 and labs. I am very familiar with elementary through high school biology and math, including AP biology and calculus or college level biology, cell structure, genetics, algebra and all environmental scineces. I graduated high school with a 3.9, and A's in all science and math classes.
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