My method of teaching would be a mixture of demonstration and discussion. I will discuss with the student what area they struggle with and help them fix the problem. I will also demonstrate practical examples and show how to work through them. I can help middle school, high school and college students.
Outside of my professional endeavours. I don’t liken myself to a comedian by any stretch of the imagination but nevertheless, I love to make myself and the people around me laugh. I work in very serious and stressful environments so being able to add levity to situations has been integral for me and how I manage stress.
My teaching method involves breaking down larger concepts into smaller, more approachable topics. I present each topic through multiple teaching styles (visual, auditory, kinesthetic) in order to reinforce the material and to accommodate all types of learners. I also find great value in connecting the material to real-life examples.
I have found that the best way to learn organic chemistry is through pattern recognition. I have been successful with tutoring organic chemistry through showing and explaining the trends that we see within reactions.
My teaching method is meeting kids at their needs and progressing them to their fullest potential. I have worked with many different mathematical abilities while providing directed support for differentiated activities. Students often tend to enjoy mathematics when it makes sense.
As a teacher, I view myself primarily as a facilitator of learning, rather than as an expert who simply delivers information to students. I love to bring a lot of energy to my class.
I believe in implementing visual, auditory, written, and repetition for optimal studying. My study methods include memorizing flash cards, doing practice tests, and talking through the materials with others. I can give lessons for high school and undergraduate college courses in math, chemistry, and Human anatomy & physiology courses.
I tailor each lesson to fit a specific student's needs using a variety of different methods to ensure each student individualise success. These include but are not limited to lectures, recitation style question and answer sessions and practice exams or quizzes.
I like to help students understand the underlying concept to broaden their knowledge beyond a single problem. I have a ton of experience in standardized testing and know how to approach problems. I can also help students recognize certain problems and teach them how to step-by-step solve a type of problem.
I teach students enrolled in introductory or general chemistry and math courses. This includes high school general, honors, and AP chemistry, as well as college general chemistry I and II. I believe in customizing my teaching technique and methodology to each student, as every student learns in a different way.
My learning style is lecture-based, so my teaching style falls into that category as well. While I have no problem conforming to a student's preferred method of learning. Having gotten out of high school a little over a year ago, I would be a big help to those struggling with high school chemistry and mathematics, especially AP courses.
My teaching method is to begin by showing the student how to do something step by step. Then work through another problem guided by them. Finally, I will have them work one out on their own. By doing so I can assure that they truely understand & are not just nodding along.
I believe learning is interactive. In order to understand chemistry or math you must engage with it. In order for the engagement to be successful it must be meaningful. This often involves small group work. I find that the interaction with others in the same situation exponentially increases everyone's understanding.
My teaching method depends on the student. Based on the student's need, my approach can be very hands on to remote sessions, or a combination. Lessons focus on underlying principles and use of homework and problem sets to clarify and illustrate these principles.
My teaching method adapts to the needs of the individual student's needs. My focus is on closing any academic gaps. I am an advocate for project-based instruction collaborated with personalized learning. Students will learn complete independence along with guidance instruction.
My method for teaching chemistry is to help student practicing a lot of problems pertaining to a certain concept and using both the combination of rote learning and critical thinking to solve it. One of my main methodology for teaching is reinforcement. I believe the reinforcing materiel helps us keep the information we gain for a longer period of time.
I like to make a lot of the problems as if it was real world. I prefer taking the shorter method than the long ones because there is less room for error. I like to sometimes teach in a group. I have realized when you teach in a group, other students can help teach each other.
I teach based on the methodology I have found as I taught myself math. I try to teach the easiest and fastest way that teachers do not really emphasize. Also, I give examples to help students figure out the way to solve the problem instead of giving the answer right away. I have been using this method since it helps students understand easier and improve their critical thinking skills.
I believe that clarity, patience and positivity are key to a good educational methodology. A student who feels comfortable enough to ask any question will have more fun and learn faster than one who feels intimidated or pressured.
My Teaching methodology is discussion based I want the student to think about the problem and to critically evaluate and suggest the solution. In that way the student better understands the topic and is able to tackle any problem in that topic.
I approach each topic by tailoring it in a way that applies to each individual student.
I have primary tutored at college level, but more than capable of tutoring at the high school level. My tutoring sessions have the reoccurring theme of introduction, specific problems of students, overview of topic, sample problem broken into a mechanism, and finally practice.
Unorthodox. They want me to expand this into 40 more words. You tell me where your struggling, you tell me what your goals are, and I map out a way to get there. Even if I am the umpteenth tutor that you have reached out to, I know I can assist you in reaching what ever goal for the subject you may have.
I primarily have given lessons to younger kids and worked great with them, but I have also tutored my peers. With the kids I helped them in the subjects of math and high school preparation. When tutoring my peers we worked within the subjects of algebra, chemistry, geometry, trigonometry, college prep, and history.
I prefer students to come to me with materials to review, assignments to work on, and questions. I find that I excel in my ability to explain a given topic/concept in multiple ways, and can relate complicated concepts to real-life examples and comparisons. I am patient and understanding. I love to learn and I enjoy aiding others in doing the same.
I specialize in teaching chemistry, biology, and k-12 math classes. I have tutored college level chemistry courses in the past. I teach through problem examples and reiteration/reteaching of difficult material in a new and relatable way. I enjoy making chemistry and biology accessible subjects that all can understand.
I usually adapt my teaching to the students learning style. I can offer a wide variety of teaching styles from audible learning, to reading, to hands on experience. I like to use the most current and up to date information and resources as most likely schools will have similar resources to use in the classroom.
I am a student at Duke university studying biology. I love all things science and I love sharing that passion for learning with others. I give lessons to elementary, middle, and high school students in any field of science.
I teach by trying to understand what you already know and building on that. I don't like to think of myself as a teacher, but more of a supplemental resource to help you understand a certain subject or idea. I like to start by having you show me what you know and I will fill in the rest.
I have a Bachelor's in Chemistry and I help anyone who needs it (high school or college). I typically explain at my level of knowledge and slowly simplify my explanation until it is good enough for my student to understand.
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