Learning technical subjects requires problem solving. Concepts are be explained clearly if there is a need. Otherwise, practice is the focus. Active learning is best in any subject. Teaching strategy in test taking is beneficial to many students. I want to help students learn problematic material. Beating fear of success is possible through sustained small successes.
My focus in tutoring is always to help my students build their skills and confidence, step-by-step. I will tailor your lessons to your needs and your unique way of seeing the world. Above all, I approach every lesson with awareness, patience and respect.
I have a PhD in Physics from University of Wisconsin. I teach Physics to High school, Undergraduate students. I try to engage the students on the topic I am teaching. I used visuals to demonstrate the difficult topics to make it easier to understand.
I generally provide lessons in college-level Calculus (I and II), as well as occasional High School Algebra and Grade School Arithmetic tutoring. I can also provide tutoring for upper-level math courses such as Multivariable Calculus (Calculus III), and Differential Equations.
My teaching methodology focuses on problem solving through critical thinking. I teach students to think critically about the problem they are presented with; what are the dynamics of the problem? What are the hows and whys? I ask a lot of questions to my students to help them to think about the problem in ways they might not have thought of before. I don't hand my students solutions.
I first ask students questions to try to understand their level of comprehension. I never show students how to figure out problems, but walk them through the exercises so they are doing most of the work. I try to place myself in the shoes of students so I can best fit their needs and help navigate them through overcoming their struggles.
I have a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University and am a current PhD student at MIT and Harvard Medical School studying Medical Engineering. I have several years experiences tutoring in calculus, physics, and chemistry. I like to have students work on practice problems to prepare for homework and tests.
My teaching method is based on questions. I want my students to have complete mastery of the subjects that I tutor. Furthermore, I have a tremendous amount of patience and will make sure my students understand the material. I like to give students practice problems to make sure they are getting the material.
My teaching method is to begin with homework exercises. The majority of the information seen on exams originates from their homework assignments. After this, I would move on to random book exercises. If a student is struggling with the foundations on a subject, I have no problem re-teaching it.
I am available to all who need help in math, physics, or chemistry. I am able to give tutoring to those who have a mental disability. My main method as a tutor is to first see what they know about the topic they are on. From there, I guide them on what the next step in solving the problem is and why it should be that way.
My teaching methodology is flexible. I have taught classes, lab sections, review sessions to prepare for exams, etc. and etc.
I give lessons to all ages and am ready to help all kinds of students with concepts that they struggle with. I generally start by building up base concepts and relating many real world applications to the subjects the students are studying in order for them to further understand the subject.
My teaching method is I like to provide conceptions linked to the problems. I love to ask students to think about the problems first then let them solve it. If they struggle, I will suggest they look at the concepts and at the end, I would like to provide them my best answer and I compare it to student's solution also I suggest to discuss the problem father.
I'm currently working on my Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. I understand that every student is different in their way of learning, so I believe in exploring subjects with students to find out the best way for them to learn. I'm a patient tutor, willing to work with any student regardless of their learning pace.
My teaching methodology ensures understanding because I won't move onto a new subject until one has completely understood it. I have a lot of real life experience so I will often use metaphors to relate certain topics to in order to make it more easily understood. I have teaching experience and have been a tutor in my AP Calculus class to fellow AP students.
As a recent college graduate I understand the difficulties that come with such learning environment, such lack of interaction and course objective deadlines I aim to teach high school and college level minds who need help outside of the classroom to understand concepts in an easier environment.
I am willing to teach any level, but I would probably be best suited for high school and older since I have never tutored younger ages. Since every student learns differently, my techniques for teaching differs with the student.
I approach big problems by breaking them down into smaller pieces then show the connection between those pieces. I like to go deep into "why" as opposed to simply focusing on reaching the answers. If I can help a student understand "why", then filling in the rest becomes easy.
I base my classes the following way; first I have to know what the student knows, then I have to know what the student wants to learn afterwards I teach him step by step till he or she reaches his or her goal in learning.
I believe that mathematics should be taught with practicality. It is very hard for students to be interested in a subject if they do not see the practical usage they can apply their knowledge to. I try to spark interests in students first by giving them real world examples on how what they're studying can be applied.
My teaching method is based on computer and paper based. If the students are given to do their homework or quizzes, i will be able to help them step by step until they understand the subject very well. I also make a group among the student to work on the problems.
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 try to build new concepts by using student's previous knowledge and by asking thought provoking questions. Skill and drill is also important in mathematics but when accompanied with understanding of concepts, students enjoy it. I also encourage students to analyze and solve the problem using different strategies.
I hold a B.S. in Business Administration with a focus in Accounting, as well as a teaching certification. I believe in a student-centered approach to teaching, where the focus of each lesson is determined by the student's personal needs, learning style, strengths, and weaknesses and are adjusted accordingly throughout the process.
I have no unique approach to all students. My first session consists of 'getting know of each other' and 'determining the right approach'. Each student is different and I has different needs, so I always try to find the best 'teaching style' for each of them.
My teaching method varies per student. Whether a student is more of a visual, hands-on, or listening type of learner, I always try to help in ways that are best and most comfortable for them. I pride myself on patience, repetition, and clear and concise explanations.
I prefer in-person teachings for high school or college level students. I ask that students make me aware of trouble areas prior to us meeting so I am able to prepare a schedule for that session. I am a student myself, so I understand how hard it can be to grasp a subject, especially chemistry.
I am a 2nd year Chemical Engineering student at the University of Pittsburgh. Primarily give lessons to middle school and high school students, however, sometimes first year college students. I aim to explain concepts in the most simple way possible without confusing students, as I know how intimidating chemistry can be.
I like to lead my students to be able to answer the questions on their own. I always start by finding out how far they are in solving a problem and supplying them with little hints to allow them to continue solving the question till they have solved it. This way they know what to do at every step of the way.
I am a Physics graduate with a B.S. from Gonzaga University, capable of creating tutoring sessions designed to work along-side students of high-school or college level classes in Physics, Math, Science, and other subjects if requested.
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