my teaching method varies from student to student and it also depends on the session if it is group session or individual but i focus independently on one student and develop a strategy that i think will best fit them.
I can work with students to help them study topics that are relevant to them. I can explain theories that may be difficult to grasp, show students how to perform calculations, provide practice examples and give them some of my best practices as a student (what worked for me when studying and test taking).
If you are taking chemistry or biochemistry for the first time, it may seem like you have moved to a new country and don't understand the language. There are so many brand new terms and concepts. Only someone who really understands these concepts can explain them in terms that a "new-comer" understands. That's what I do.
My teaching method is to first understand where the problem lies. We will talk about your issues, what you understand and don't understand. From there I will identify the best course of action for you so that we can get you to perform and highest potential.
I am providing lessons to students from grade 7 to 12. My lessons structure follows the Texas certification format but will be modify depending on whether it is an individual or group lesson. I am a patient and easy to follow. My methodology will be based on my students learning type.
I like to approach students in a way that is comfortable with them; I go at their own pace and like to even provide visuals for them to better understand the lesson. I am a mostly easygoing and understanding tutotr.
My goal is to simplify topics and convey information using concise thoughts and simple language.
Firstly, I take an account of the student's strengths and weaknesses in the subject, and I focus on those first. I give supplementary materials outside of the tutoring lesson to facilitate learning. Next, we go through each section together, we work problems together, and I explain concepts in my own words, emphasizing what is required to know for the class.
I have a flexible teaching style and tailor my lessons for each student, based on their individual learning style and academic needs. My goal is to have students be able to teach the material back to me, as I strongly believe that this indicates a strong grasp of the material.
My teaching approach is holistic. I want my students to learn key concepts, problem solving techniques (applications linked to chemistry), and understand how chemistry relates to our existence and daily lives. I worked as a chemist for fifteen years. I made a career change about twelve years ago and began teaching chemistry, physics, environmental science, and biology.
Depending on the subject and the need of my students, I provide multiple methodologies ranging from direct instruction, concept development, concept attainment, etc. The most common methodology that I often use is direct instruction where I have my students write down notes on important concepts and examples of how to apply these concepts.
I prefer knowing what I am going to tutor before showing up so I can get a good idea on how to best prepare. Chemistry is a massive subject with lots of challenging content. From my experience, I've found that removing the stigma or pressure of feeling like you need to know everything helps improve grades - and I try to pass that idea on.
My teaching approach is based on the student's goal and individual needs. I am able to offer different ways of solving a problem and try to keep the student engaged, whuch also depends on their temperament. I am adaptible and my number one priority is the student's understanding of the subject matter while being in a comfortable and proactive environment.
- Open to giving lessons to all students looking to improve their chemistry grades from grade school to university level.
I will tutor grades K-12. I aim to build confidence in my students to become independent problem solvers. I believe that anyone has the ability to understand and apply any concept with the right teaching style tailored to their needs. I work with my students to make sure they understand the fundamentals from the ground up using analogies, examples, and applications.
I strongly believe in having a good foundation as you move through topics. It is important to fully understand the current concepts before you progress to more complicated ones. This is even truer in chemistry, especially for those who plan to pursue further study.
In my sophomore year of college my organic chemistry professor once said to me “to educate is to become educated.” This statement inspires me and is the reason I want to be an educator for the future generation. I strongly believe it is the responsibility of educators to provide students with the knowledge and tools to be successful in life.
Typically students come to me who attend a class elsewhere and need help clarifying or practicing a concept. We often begin each session by the student telling me what they are confused by. Together, we walk through examples until the student feels they are ready to tackle the material on their own, at which point I give the student a practice problem to be completed alone.
My teaching methodology is based on critical thinking and logical explanation. I believe that science is always based on hands-on activities and real-life experience.
I approach each topic by assessing an individual students need and then build from the education base they have using proven learn methods for the student individual learning type. I make it my mission to make sure students understand the subject and make learning easy and fun.
In teaching mathematics, I strive to present topics clearly in a geometric manner - this means lots of pictures! In addition to being off-putting for many students, long, tedious calculations can often obscure the underlying ideas behind many mathematical concepts (especially so in calculus!).
As a younger student myself, going into my senior year, I can not say I've had much experience teaching. But I like to figure out what people don't understand and then try to give an example of working through a problem and then give a more in depth explanation of the formula used and how and when it should be used.
My methods of teaching are simple. I will always go through the previous session notes before starting the daily session. this allows the student to ultimately end up studying by heart. My methodology includes using diagrams, 3D images and much more interesting stuff that make the student understand the subject.
My teaching method is to create a trusting environment, and to encourage lots of questions! I also find I am very effective in simplifying difficult topics. I have historically tutored and mentored high school students and younger who are interested in STEM disciplines.
I base my teaching methods on how each student learns. I do hands on visual aids and hints to help people to pick up patterns and different types of strategies to attack problems.
I am very patient and like to use different methods to enable understanding in my students. I believe in step-wise mastery of concepts with frequent review of previous topics to maintain competence. Lessons start with broad descriptions of main topic followed by more focused details. I like to stop to ask questions every few minutes to ensure the concepts are being understood.
My teaching method is always Student-centered. I teach the student not the curriculum. I always care about how student learns more than how much I have to teach with a given time. I also care about their emotional well being.
I prefer activities that offer hands on learning. I have developed study sheets, note pages, and other forms of learning. The age range I have taught ranges from elementary school student to adults, often in twenties needing safety and advancement training.
My teaching method is by explaining the main point of the topic. In Math, I usually explain the concepts to students and then solve the problem for them. So they can understand the questions, which will help them to solve the problem on their own.
My philosophy is that every student deserves a chance to succeed. Every person is different and understanding which teaching methods resonate best with each person is something I strive for. As such, I teach with various methods including visual, auditory, kinesthetic and I am constantly seeking to learn new methods to cover each topic.
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