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 highly interactive in my classroom and one on one teaching. I encourage questions and seek to adapt lessons to the students. My philosophy is "I teach students, not curriculum." Student success is what I seek.
I give lessons, with respect to students, at various levels-----i.e., from the High School level, to the College/University level------based on my teaching experience of over 30 years. My lesson structure, varies------depending on the level of the students. My characteristics are tailored to fit the requirements, etc., of each student.
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 method is to assess where you are and learn about your goals, and then devise a fun and effective program to help you reach those goals as quickly as possible. I use a combination of resources, mixing verbal/ auditory inputs with visual instruction in order to maximize comprehension and retention by making duel neural pathways in the brain.
From middle-schoolers to college undergrads, if there is one thing that I have learned that works at all levels is the art of simplicity. Listening to student concerns takes an open ear, closed mouth, and patience. If a teacher does not have those qualities, he's in the wrong business.
I tailor my instruction to each individual student and attempt to make connections to their lives. Many students find writing difficult and literature boring - it is my goal to show them how fun both can be! I am a kind, understanding, and patient teacher.
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.
I love teaching, and appreciate how a relationship can be built and the lesson can be customized when you are tutoring one-on-one or with a small group. I have seen that this attention gives the student an opportunity to express confusion about or mastery of the topic and be seen as a developing individual. I value the human side of education and do not just see it as an industry.
My teaching method is finding an easy way for students to understand by learning how to solve problems with more hands-on learning
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.
As a veteran teacher, I use a differentiated teaching approach. This allows for flexibility in meeting the individual learning needs. Lesson support is available for middle school, high school, and college-age students in the areas of reading comprehension, written communications, and study skills.
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 am not your usual Ph.D. I am eccentric and base all my help on real world experience. It's not just your grammar or methodology we'll discuss. Let's learn about how to develop your best tools to move your education and/or career forward with humor, fun, and dignity. If I had to describe my own educational philosophy it would be this: Education is about discovery, not drudgery.
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.
My teaching style is collaborative and individualized to each of my students, their background, and educational needs and preferences. I am highly adaptable and work with students from many different backgrounds.
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 feel that once an instructor locates the strength and weaknesses of the student, the instructor can use the strength to work on the weaknesses. Tutoring makes it easier to understand the student you are working with and give effective lessons.
I approach each session with a writer by assessing what their concerns are for their piece of writing and then focusing on their biggest concerns, given whatever time restraints we might have. I also point them to resources that they can use in between sessions.
I developed my teaching methodology while teaching Freshman English at Cornell University and tutoring at the Cornell Writing Center, where I taught and tutored for five years. Cornell’s English Department and writing programs and workshops are accredited by the Middle States Accreditation Body which ranked Cornell's Writing Program as one of the best in the entire country.
I believe in celebrating what skills and accomplishments the student already has, and growing from there. We will work at the individual's pace, covering the needed knowledge with personalized growth plans and specified lessons to provide success.
I am an enthusiastic and detail-oriented writing tutor with an academic background in science communication and cognitive studies. I will draw on my wide range of experience as a student and professional to engage my clients. We will discuss revision strategies, the writing process, and specific skills to improve your writing confidence.
I have 10+ years experience teaching college and adult education classes in many areas including business communication, public speaking and public relations and marketing. I have also taugh courses on resume and interview preparation as well as use of microsoft excel in addition to extensive experience writing and editing essays, research papers and dissertations.
I will work with you one-on-one to reach your particular personal and professional goals, whether assisting with homework, editing essays/papers, preparing for exams (TOEFL, GED, SAT, GRE), or practicing for interviews. Together we can create a program of study that will get your English to the level you desire.
I was born and raised in Beijing, both my parents are professors. I went to Japan for high school, after that, England. I spent almost five years there, got my Bachelor's and Master's degree. After severn years of living oversea, I went back home in 2010 and worked in a film/animation company for several years. In 2014, I came to the States, finished another Master program at University of Miami.
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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.
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