My teaching method is very adaptable to each student because each student learns differently. I figure out what each student's strengths and weaknesses are and work on strengthening the weaknesses. I work to empower students to believe in themselves and also help them ace tests with expert test taking strategies.
I listen to my clients. I want to make sure that I know why the student is struggling at a certain subject. I also make sure that I know what my client's learning style is. I also motivate my students to do well.
My teaching methods include finding out your learning style and working with you to find the best way for you to learn.
As a teacher of chemistry, I often encounter students a who struggle with understanding the fundamental concepts of chemistry. This can be a result of how one approaches the subject. My goal in teaching chemistry is to help students use what they have learned and reason their way to the right answer from multiple angles.
Chemistry is hard, but a teacher should make it easy for students. I provide math instruction, hands-on technique, 3-D visualization, and a history lesson. I use a mixture of: Lecturing: go over the chapter, review the assigned homework, tell stories about how what is being covered was discovered and how it relates to everyday life.
I mostly prefer answering questions and working with the students to figure out problems. When a student comes with a problem or questions, I do my best to assist them in understanding that type of problem as well as similar problems that they may encounter. If I am unsure of how to solve your question, I will work tirelessly until we solve it.
I begin every lesson with a check-in. The biggest obstacle to learning is often our own emotional state. It is important to not only feel confident but also happy about learning things. I encourage my students to be proud of their accomplishments and remember that progress is progress, no matter the size.
My approach is to always look at what my students know. I do this to get a better understanding of what needs to be taught thoroughly and what needs to be reviewed. I treat all my students fairly and with respect. Questions are more than welcome.
My teaching methods will be coming directly from the academic textbooks that I received during my time at Alabama. I kept very detailed notes of concepts and example problems from my lectures of organic chemistry, physical chemistry, biochemistry, and analytical chemistry.
I approach each topic by tackling the basics first - making sure that every student has a conceptual and foundational understanding of each topic before starting. I usually then proceed with practice problems for further comprehension of students' knowledge. As a tutor, I am very patient, friendly, and empathetic.
My approach to teaching is to not leave anything to speculation. It is important that as a student you understand the material fundamentally and that I as a teacher provide you with the information to attain that knowledge. Personally I learn things visually, I apply this by drawing out concepts and sometimes drawing from things that are more relatable to people.
My teaching method is to go through a creative problem solving process to find out what method works best with the individual that I am helping. That may be something like lots of example problems, mini exercises/lectures, kinetic problems, visual problems, etc.
My degree is PhD in Organic Chemistry. After graduation, I worked as a tutor in chemistry and organic chemistry for two years. During my tutoring, I was always passionate to create helpful methods of learning and promote enthusiasm of my students on lessons through explaining complex and hard topics in a simple and understandable way and bringing up examples and activities.
I work closely with students to determine their weaknesses and turn them into strengths. I build relationships with the students so that they are comfortable taking instruction and advice. I explain each of the different topics and then have the students solve problems, first with my help and eventually on their own.
I give online lessons to those taking college level and high school level chemistry and biology courses. I ensure that my students strongly understand the concepts by step by step teaching, where I provide a comfortable and motivating learning environment.
I approach each topic with the intent of differentiating instruction so each concept can be grasped. I like to integrate a lot of hands-on activities and positive reinforcements into my lessons. The end goal of each lesson is to convey the learning target.
I use inquiry based instruction, correlation with life like situations, critical thinking and applications. I design the lesson based on the personality, needs and pace of each of my students. I break down difficult concepts to the level that is needed, I build confidence and teach testing skills for a complete and remarkable success.
I believe that a certain level of self interest and self study is required for a student to succeed, but the reassuring presence of a teacher/guide is always nice to have. I am happy to answer any questions, but I will encourage you to get to the finish line on your own as much as you can.
I always like to start with basics to make sure that the students have good fundamentals for the more complicated topics and then once I think they're ready, start teaching those more complicated topics! I also obviously focus on the areas that the students have difficulty with the most to make sure they can fully understand it.
Teaching is an extremely important responsibility from many different perspectives - as a social role model to the youth of society, as a teacher passing science knowledge to the next generations, and as a scientist keeping up-to-date on important advances in the field – all of which serve to illustrate the characteristics of this career that attracted me to it.
I give lessons to students in middle school or high school level courses. My main method of instruction is based off of what the student needs help with. I will make sure to help the student understand and perfect the concepts that they are having difficulty with. As a tutor I am very understanding and flexible in my timings. I work based off the needs of the student.
I am a student, and I can provide lessons to anybody seeking aid in a math or science field. For my teaching methods, I like to start off with explaining the fundamentals for solving that problem, followed by many examples.
My teaching method is flexible. I try to tailor my teaching style to each student individually. Some students prefer discussing specific answers to homework or test questions while others prefer more in depth discussion about chemistry. Either way is fine.
In tutoring sessions, I focus on giving students explanations on the topics, which they identify to me to be their weak areas, so that they are able to answer questions on those topics correctly for their tests.
I prefer to teach one-on-one or small groups of high school or undergraduate students who are struggling with general or organic chemistry. I like to run workshops - 15 minutes of lecture, then have students do practice problems, so I can see their strengths and weaknesses and monitor their progress.
I would like to give lessons in college algebra and general chemistry. I make you understand and let you do other questions which give the idea whether you have understood the content or not. I teach in a fun way.
I approach each topic by establishing a baseline of knowledge and building up from there. Understanding the basics is imperative to learning the more advanced topics, so that's where I like to start. After establishing a baseline, I move on to problem sets and more advanced details.
Coming from a family of teachers, I see teaching as a dynamic process where I constantly change my approach based on the student and expectation. Due to the fact that students learn differently, the best teacher, in my opinion, is one who can teach in a variety of ways.
Organic chemistry is a very tough subject for most students. To learn it in very short time, I will help you get the secret of organic chemistry. It is very critical to utilize the definition and basic rule to solve organic chemistry.
My teaching methodology is to focus on basic understanding of the concepts and practical examples. There are ways to teach to different types of learners. To identify the learner is the key.The method is simple but helps to solve complex problems. Chemistry is made simple.
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