I teach via creativity and give students intellectual freedom to find their voices. Autobiography is key to good writing, whether via the essay, dissertation or any academic or creative publishing adventure. I allow students to find themselves via expressive voice.
I teach SAT and ACT prep in classes and 1-to-1. I hsve uniques strategies that employ such that the students can see the recurring patterns in the SAT and ACT question snd answer them with comfort and ease. I work hard to make sure my students have the confidence to tackle the SAT and ACT by working with them initially and then gradually leaving them to show me what they can do independently.
I am patient, creative and friendly. Many of my students tell me that I explain concepts more effectively than their teachers. I am available weekdays or weekends, days or nights, throughout the entire year. In addition to teaching in person, I also use Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Appear.in, interactive whiteboards, attachments (PDF, Word, Excel), and Slack, a remote desktop program.
Each student has unique needs and I try to focus my sessions on meeting those specific needs in a thorough yet encouraging manner. I teach a wide distribution of levels from Junior High through Graduate School. Over the years, I have taught a number of students for whom English was not their first language.
Most of my experience is with undergraduates taking core level courses. My teaching methodology is about being in dialogue with students. I believe in an interactive co-learning framework for teaching, asking students to participate in and lead discussions.
I teach transformative education and experiential learning to young adults and professionals, as well as theories and practices related to phenomenology and hermeneutics. I edit and grade academic papers according to professionalism and academic formatting. I am fun and fair.
I started teaching when I was just eighteen at secondary school level and taught for six years before proceeding for higher studies in India. I completed my Chemical Engineering Degree with a First Class and scored a Distinction for my MBA degree at the University of Mauritius. I took pleasure working on my dissertation that time and scored a Distinction.
My teaching methodology is student-centered. I focus on inquiry-based learning where the "I dunno how" is re-generated into a strong, enthusiastic "Whaaat?! That's fascinating!" This approach encourages teachers and students to investigate why well-covered topics are relevant to our personal present.
My teaching method depends on what works for you/your student! Typically I like to model skills, then gradually release responsibility from myself to the student. Then the skill becomes like second nature to them. Best case scenario: they are then able to teach me the skill. One of the best ways to learn something is often by teaching it.
I have experience teaching at the undergraduate level, but I am also able to work with high school students. My lessons about history are focused on larger ideas and questions rather than memorizing minute details. When tutoring, I encourage students to ask questions of the text and the material.
I offer a highly personalized approach based on the unique needs and goals of each student. I am available as a private tutor as well as a classroom instructor. Each lesson will include a range of activities, from spontaneous 'free-writes' to literary analyses to general instruction in the mechanics of grammar and punctuation.
I approach every assignment with the instructor's rubric in mind, making sure the student attains a full understanding of the requirements and work with them to create an above-average product. I am patient, thorough, and committed. I have experience tutoring between the ages of 4 and 35. I am able to travel to student's home, meet with them in a public space, and tutor online.
My approach to teaching foreign languages is for my student and me to read a story in the target language, to learn the grammar deductively, and to discuss the text in the language we're studying. This works for any level.
There are three core elements to my teaching methodology. First, I ask strategic questions to help you see things from the perspectives you are being asked to address and wrestle with relevant concepts. This is a subtle, but critically important skill to develop. Second, I use visuals whenever I can.
My Name is Marla, and i teach writing skills from elementary to masters level. I offer the writing skills of brainstorming and web style organizing, thesis statement writing, outlining, researching, citing, public speaking in these kinds of writing styles: expository, persuasive, analytical,technical, research, comparative,public speaking.
My general area of research is in teaching French and Francophone literature and grammar in a second language context to adults but I have also a four year experience in teaching French as a foreign language and a seven year experience in teaching techniques of expression including rhetoric and communication. No annoyance in the classroom, neither for the students, nor for the teacher.
I am currently a Junior in High School trying to educate others. I try to provide relatable examples and tips to help out students with their classes. I am patient, relaxed, and caring for my students while staying very focused.
I provide tutorials, coaching, and individualized instruction or consultations for all kinds of academic assignments with an emphasis in the humanities and social sciences. Additionally, I provide customized time management and study skills Success Plans for students at all levels.
I completed my PhD in 2006 in Social Studies and Global Education at The Ohio State University. Between 2006 and 2009, I taught in the College of Education at Winona State University and successfully served on multiple department, College, University, community, and state-wide committees. During the 2009-10AY I taught Introduction to Chicano Studies and Introduction to Ethnic Studies at St.
I can offer lessons at the high school and undergraduate level. I ensure that I understand the student I am tutoring (their prior knowledge of a subject, and their academic level) in order to offer a lesson that fits each individual student.
As a graduate student with my eyes on a career in academia, I work with undergraduates and graduate students on essays for their coursework, graduate and professional school applications, fellowship applications, and professional documents such as CVs, resumes, and cover letters.
I like to keep it conversational when teaching. I may do most of the talking, sure, but making sure that you're on the same page as a student is very important to me. I keep it loose and fun but without losing the seriousness that education requires. I value knowledge intensely, but I also love Star Wars so maybe we can find some common ground.
Some teachers teach one year thirty times. I am NOT that teacher. I am not that teacher who pulls out the same lesson plan book and follows year after year. Rather, I am the teacher who constructs new ways to teach the same material to new groups of students each year.
I have taught students in English courses from junior high through college juniors. What works best is going over assignments with my students first to assess the needs and determining the best method from there. The first thing I do in any class or lesson is help take away fear and blocks students may have from previous experiences or difficulties.
Master of Science, Science of Instruction Master Teacher offers: •Mentoring to new teachers, •Strategic planning to graduate students, •Test prep and writing critique to high school, •Study skills for middle school and •Fundamental reading and writing to primary and elementary students All lessons are tailored to individual student needs.
After graduating from Chico State in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Education and a minor in psychology, he earned a multiple-subject credential from Sacramento State and a Master of Arts in Education Leadership in 2009. Mr. Marcus has recently worked with several private schools in the Bay Area to learn about various educational philosophies.
I have worked as a substitute high school and junior school teacher in nearly every subject. I have worked as a college English instructor with my own classes and curriculums. Lately, I have been enjoying working as a tutor in a college English writing center where I help students one on one with a wide variety of subjects and topics.
My life is an often contradictory juxtaposition of highly analytical predictive analysis and planning coupled with impulsive, seat-of-my-pants vectors which I can only support via creative instinct and guesswork.
I have 3 degrees in Art, Psychology and Education. My method of teaching is 1:1 and we work together on your assignments. It is my job to assist you with a hands-on approach, employing technology to supplement this nontraditional methodology. I assist students in editing their assignments to correct their English and research appropriate responses.
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Perfect! Jacqueline is awesome. She went above and beyond to assist me with my capstone project for my Masters. She is very knowledgeable but most of all she cares and strives to provide excellent quality work. She ensures you understand the lesson before...
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