I believe in an asset based, restorative approach and seek first to listen to clients always. I have extensive training in trauma-informed stewardship and restorative conversations, and apply these counseling techniques to my coaching.
My teaching philosophy is simple: Education should be learner and learning-centered. My outlook on education stems from personal experience. I took my first tertiary course at Brevard Community College the summer before I entered the University of Central Florida. In terms of instructional vs.
My goal in every interaction with a student is to understand the ultimate goal...I believe in coaching to the heart. We can make hundreds of plans, goals, processes but if they don't fall in line with that person's "why" then none of them will work.
My teaching method is to build confidence in the student by drawing the correct answers out of them and to encourage asking questions. At the same time I have with how to take notes better, how to study better, and also how build strong study habits.
My teaching styles promote extreme self-learning and helps students develop critical thinking skills and retain knowledge that leads to self-actualization. Which dynamically trains the student to ask questions and helps develop skills to find answers and solutions through exploration.
I typically start my lessons with a consultation. You will tell me about your problem areas, prospective career choices, conduct a resume review, etc. depending on your needs. Our goal is to get you a job you will enjoy! I am currently a graduate student working on becoming a neuroscientist. However, I have over three years of experiences working with students on career success.
I tailor each session to the student's needs. A short mock interview is a good start to assess the student's preparedness and to identify areas of improvement. I believe practice is key, so the session is interactive. My goal is for each student to perform at their best in an interview. Interviewing well is a skill that will carry you throughout your career.
I believe that your resume is your story. I will help you present your story in a way that catches the eye of recruiters and hiring managers. I will talk through your experience so that we can highlight your talents, skills, and experience in your resume. Thereafter, I provide tips and support on identifying and applying for the right jobs.
I coach new entrepreneurs, business owners, college and grad students, presenters preparing a speech, and those transitioning careers to business or visa versa. I am personable, patient and kind, but also really good at assessing where you need assistance, analyzing the situation, and providing relevant knowledge and experience.
Even if you're a great performer with great material and a loyal following, in the constantly-changing landscape of the modern world it can be every more difficult to make a living. I have reinvented my business model several times in order to adapt, and I can teach you how to do it, too.
I am a former middle and high school teacher whom earned and M.B.A. degree, and transitioned into the business world. I have a conversational and open engagement philosophy towards teaching. I want to teach importance of being flexible to change.
I teach management and leadership subjects to corporate clients in the United States. I use a conversational method to learn the time problems to be addressed by the training and to present new information to change behavior. I served 8 years as an Army officer, 4 years in corporate management, and 30 years as a management trainer.
I am an experienced professor with 30+ years teaching. For the past 15 years I have been teaching college students in Business and Management field. My methods are research, roll play, debates and tests. My student's success is my greatest priority.
I have been a certified Strengths Coach for 10+ years, and I just recently received my Doctoral Certificate in Strengths-Based Education. Whether or not you have taken StrengthsQuest, I can work with you to develop your personal strengths, through guided and self-paced activities, personal reflection, and coaching sessions.
Most recently, my company SoloVision Productions, created, produced, wrote and directed hundreds of interstitials & commercials for Food Network, HGTV, DIY & Cooking Channel. Other clients included CBS, Discovery Channel, CNN, FOX News, The NHL and Dreamwork's plus Ad agencies Digitas, Colangelo and Leo Burnett.
I don't have a unique methodology. I use a variety of methods and strategies: mostly interaction, participation, everything that make students reach their goals, owr goals. Some methodologies I will integrate among others, are Total physical Response, Bloom's taxonomy, Constructivism.
My teaching methodology depends upon the needs of the student. That is what i discuss with my students in the first meeting and then i try to make a schedule with them, that suits them the best. I feel that all the students should have their own flexibility with their tutors.
My teaching method is to first understand where a student is struggling, why the student is struggling and create an individualized program in order to achieve success. I believe there is no one size fits all. Every student learns differently and is capable in achieving success.
I support students and professionals needing help with resumes, cover letters, interviewing, LinkedIn profile creation, networking, negotiating, job/internship searching... I customize advice and guidance based on individual needs aimed to obtain tangible results.
My teaching method is very practical and proactively designed. I leverage leadership fundamentals with the theory of psychology, focused on how people think and work. I believe in influential leadership and teach behaviorism for both leadership and team. I enjoy the philosophical background for team and company development and teach metric driven focuses to help design leadership priorities.
His teaching method is based on hand on experience, and personalized learning. Each person has unique qualities; the challenge is finding these qualities, nurturing them, and guiding "students" to focus on their strength rather than conforming to a certain system. Basically providing the conditions, the tools, and the mindset for students to start learning on their own.
Despite this, many are still dissatisfied with their careers. They may want to work and live in a different way, but feel trapped or unprepared to pursue the life that they want. I've seen people continue in this, clearly displeased but never asking for help, missing just one or two key pieces of knowledge that keep them stuck.
TEACHING PHILOSOPHY By Charlie W. Flynt, PhD My teaching philosophy is a product and synthesis of all my personal and professional life experiences.
Before I became an educator, I worked in a variety of positions, mostly in financial and accounting areas. However, when I became an educator, I knew I had found where I belonged. Once in the classroom, I have had the opportunity to teach a variety of courses in Business, Economics, Finance, and Technology.
I have taught fourth grade math, reading and science. I have taught 18 to 21 year olds, to look for work, apartments, and how to clean, cook and manage a household. I taught these students how to do taxes, and day-to-day activities. How to budget their money, go grocery shopping, and prepare the meal.
Bachelor of Arts in Communications, specializing in Graphic Design and Joirnalism. I have over 25 years in the food service industry, with over 20 of them as a manager, and over five as a multi unit manager. I was also a marketing manager for about five years. I also worked as an apprentice with a graphic design/marketing agency also.
B.A. Loyola New Orleans. 30 years experience in highly successful Sales and Sales Management. Started my own Sales Representation and Management Firm in 1992. Retired at age 53 but still advise occasionally. I have time to instruct only serious individuals.
Professional public speaking lessons to physicians, college professors, and aspiring lecturers expected to give presentations and reports in their chosen profession. Unlike community based training courses these are lessons given by a trained professional. All lessons will be tailored made according to the demands and requirements of your profession and your personality.
I use a science based methodology that uses research as a source for best practices. I use the ADDIE model, Kirkpatrick's 4 steps of evaluation, and bloom's taxonomy for training. I use the C-JAM method for job analysis and behavioral anchored rankings for performance appraisal. I use the Lewin model of change for change management and a mixture of validation methods for assessments.
I am a recent graduate from Point Loma Nazarene University with a MA in Education on Counseling and Guidance K-12. I provide a proactive program that engages students that includes leadership, advocacy and collaboration with school staff, administration and community/family members in the delivery of programs and activities to help students achieve success.
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