Currently, hold a BA History degree with a minor in Classical Civilizations with graduate coursework in History. Pursuing teaching certification and MA in History, and later MA in Ancient Mediterranian Studies. Classes: U.S History to 1877, U.S History after 1877, 20th Century U.S.
My teaching methodology is student centered. I believe a student learns best when he or she is performing an application. I use activities and resources that include primary and secondary sources, graphic organizers, games, sorts, music, video, political cartoons, and poetry.
BS in Psychology, 2012, University of Florida. MS in Higher Education, 2016, Walden University. Additional college courses in French language, Greek History, Egyptian History, African American history, European art and architecture. Trained in CHAMPS educational theory. Trained in education development of young adults.
I am adept and conscientious in preparing lesson plans that are specifically catered towards the abilities of my students in order to both encourage and challenge them during their pursuit of knowledge. While I specialize in History lessons, I also know that writing and test taking skills are crucial to a students success.
What works with some students might not work with another. Creating an individual success plan for each student is how you get the best results. Starting with a baseline assessment to evaluate what specifically is causing the difficulty in the class and then going from there.
My teaching methodology is based on how I was taught through my studies at CSU Long Beach. I will approach the various historical topics on the theories that most influenced my work which I believe makes history more relevant to the students. This theory/approach is what is called cultural and subaltern history.
My teaching philosophy is enthusiastic, positive and student-centered while steeped in transformational learning. I believe in the importance of creating an environment in the classroom where the student is the center of the learning experience. In designing my courses, I want students to make real connections from the material covered in class to their lives, current jobs and future careers.
In every situation a person encounters, they are either teaching a lesson or learning a lesson. In order to successfully teach, you must be able to learn. With my students, I always want to have an open door for learning. This increases the confidence in the students, and allows them to begin to understand and take responsiblity for learning and teaching.
My teaching method works for anyone for anyone from elementary school to college. -I usually will ask if anyone has any question before reviewing the material that needs to be learned. -I'd then review with the students. -Finally, I'd ask what confused the students and try to clarify by having a meaningful conversation with the student or group of students.
My passion is educating others in a way that is relevant to them: helping students make connections and give them the skills and desire to understand how interconnected our collective history and geography are to us all! I like to make the ancient and obscure relevant to the present, it is the best way to understand the world around us!
My teaching methodology revolves around finding similarities in the past and applying it how it affects our lives today in a manner that is engaging to the student. In addition, my curriculum focuses on developing critical thinking as it is vital not only to the study of history but to living in an age of distraction and misinformation.
I am very hands on when working with students. I make every effort to create lessons that will be engaging and fun for each of the students that I am working with. Whatever the subject areas that we are working on it is important to me that I am ensuring that my student feels safe, secure and knows that I am proud of the efforts that they are making and they are working toward mastery.
I approach teaching based on the learner. First I like to do pre-assessments to figure out how much the student knows. Based on this, I tailor my lesson plans to fit the unique needs of each student. After the lesson, I like to do a post-assessment to see the students' progress and tailor following lessons as necessary.
I am a 16 year veteran teacher with a background in 7-12 Social Studies(government, US/World History, Sociology, Geography) as well as a background in Special Education(k-12). I like to have more of a background lecture that is short, then a discussion based on how it pertains to today's world. That connection makes history relevant.
Are you ready to learn more about politics, civics, and history? Then you've come to the right place. I'll help you navigate the fascinating and sometimes confusing world that we currently live in. From the simplest to the hardest concepts surrounding politics, you'll leave my course feeling more connected to thepoliticians who represent us.
I have ten years teaching experience in the International Baccalaureate Program, MYP Grades 6-10 (World History), and Grades 11 and 12 Business Management (Standard and Higher Level) Focus of lessons will be on simplification if content and how to connect the students content knowledge to the real world - through source analysis such as current events related to world history or business news...
My name is Jennifer Fayn. I am a certified teacher in the state of Texas offering History lessons to primary, middle, and high school students. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
As a state licensed teacher and Masters degree holder I have taught and tutored from Elementary to Graduate level students. I understand the obstacles learners may experience. Retention may hinge on being able to relate curriculum to students that not only meet the class needs but the individual needs.
I have taught African Civilization, Cultural Anthropology and Cultures of the World for 14 years at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, New Jersey, U.S.A. These are Associate Degree students who will eventually transfer to universities and four-year colleges to earn their Bachelor degrees.
I Graduated from Vista Ridge High School as a Texas Scholar in 2007. Graduated with 4 AP credits. Attending Austin Community College. Currently have 12 credits. Excelled in my English Composition classes, invited to enroll in Honors English at ACC.
I believe that the best way to learn is to bridge the gap between what you already know, and what you want to know. I know it can be discouraging to struggle and not understand a subject, but as long as you are willing to try, we can build that bridge. There is no one perfect approach for everyone, and I will work with you to find what helps you achieve your goals.
I have a Master's degree in medieval history and am capable of giving lessons in the humanities and reading comprehension. I am comfortable teaching high school level and older. My methodology can be flexible to accommodate a student's capabilities, and I am happy to tailor lessons around individual needs. I am a patient teacher with a keen eye for detail.
I graduated from Conroe High School with Honors. I went to Southern Methodist University for two years while studying Journalism. I changed my major to Education and transferred to Sam Houston State University where I achieved my Bachelor of Arts Degree. I got my Real Estate Agent's license, my Real Estate Broker's license, and my Insurance Producers license in two states.
I am a college History professor that has taught all social sciences ranging from 8th grade to graduate level courses. I have been tutoring as well for the last few years. I can tailor a lesson for you on a specific subject or series of events; or, I can provide tutoring over a wide range of material based on your specific needs.
My technique is simple in nature and depth in practice. I want to find out what makes your learning yours due to an individualized approach that benefits the individual and the class when appropriate. I have have heard from previous students that they each got something different than one another.
I am willing to tutor both high school and college-level students. In a one-on-one setting I will gladly tailor our sessions around the specific needs of the student. For group settings, I prefer to split time between lectures and group discussion.
I love to teach students through great discussion and Socratic questioning. History is much more than dates. I emphasize themes, cause and effect, and question students predispositions as we work together. Once a student can tell me what they think, then I push them to learn how to write what they believe.
My teaching philosophy is based on the belief that students know the best way to learn material, whether it be from lecturing, presentations, or trial-and-error. With that in mind I asses each student and create a lesson plan based on how they learn; this means that at every step of the way the student will be giving me input on how the lessons should be structure.
Recently, I have obtained my B.A. in Geography. I plan on attending tutoring Geography to those that are enrolled in the course. It can be from 7th grade to college level.
When we have to do our reading and writing it is much better to turn that tv or radio down or find a quiet area so that you can study more efficiently, and don't be a shame to ask for help because we all can use some help and no one is perfect.
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