I use a variety of teaching methods, depending on student's learning style, level of progress, and his/her preferred strategies and activities--most important are ways to motivate and inspire each student according to his/her special talents and interests. I have taught all levels from Middle School to Ph.D. students and adult lifelong learners.
I am happy to give lessons to all age levels in English and essay writing. I have worked with international students who are writing an essay or dissertation in English as their second language. I can work with individuals from all countries, languages, and academic backgrounds, as long as their primary focus is to better their English writing and speaking abilities.
When it comes to test prep, the name of the game is practice, practice, practice. I have coached many students through these tests, and nothing improves scores like time spent practicing. Of course, there are tricks and tips that I can help with as we work through each section of each test. I am a graduate of the Princeton Review and wholeheartedly believe in their methodology.
When I am an editor for a professional student, I am detail-oriented and alert to sentence problems, grammar, spelling, etc. When I am teaching high school or college students, I am equally vigilant and was, in China, considered to be strict.
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 listen to my students and work with them to create lesson plans that work for them and achieve their academic goals. I believe that we can learn from each other. I am very interactive. I am not a one sided teacher.
My teaching principles focus on my understanding about students’ prior knowledge, learning environment, lessons specifically designed for each group of students, instructional adaptations, and on-going assessment. My lessons are based on students' needs. My on-going assessment would guide my teaching.
I subscribe to a multimodal platform that combines the use of technology, video conferencing, media, lectures, and reading materials to engage learner participants. My approach is active and discovery learning whereby I engage students to connect, research, curate and share their prior and new knowledge.
I received my Ph.D. in Practical Theology from St. Thomas University in Miami, FL. I also hold a M.Div. (Master of Divinity) from Campbell University and a B.S. in History from the University of Mount Olive, both in North Carolina. I currently am a Instruction and Outreach Librarian at a University Library.
Hello! I am looking forward to helping you in advancing your thesis/dissertation endeavours as I have been recently facing myself and going through the mentioned for the last couple of years.
I obtained my bio degree in 2000. I graduated magna cum laude. I obtained my Master's in 2003. I obtained my doctoral degree in 2015. I have always been a life long learner and believe instilling that in my students.
My teaching philosophy is a student centered one. I strongly relate to the adage of serving as the “guide on the side,” rather than the “sage on the state,” as is the case in teacher centered philosophies. I believe in focusing on individual needs and involving students in the process of their learning.
Every student is unique, and so my approach is to quickly identify the most important areas that need attention. Based on my many years of experience, I emphasize what is practical to know, not what is theoretical or philosophical.
My teaching method is quite simple: begin with listening: what do the students bring--strengths and struggles--tailor and individual plan for each which allows them to really enjoy learning and growing; continue to encourage and support, adding new challenges as they develop; share their delight in achieving more than they had thought possible.
I ask students to write paragraphs about anything they want, starting with very simple subjects, and then working up to more complex subjects. I go over sentence structure and grammar, being sure that the paragraphs actually communicate what is intended. With this iterative process, I learn the student's strengths and weaknesses, and then teach the value of an outline in more complex tasks.
Lecture, with video presentations when available, one-to-one tutoring. As a retired minister, I continue to preach on Sundays. I endeavor, first, to discover a student's strengths and weaknesses and what the student wants or needs from me. Concentrate on filling in the gaps, through written exercises and personal interaction.
My teaching methods are based on state-of-the-art principles for teaching English for Academic Purposes & English as a Second Language. I help learners to develop their reading, writing, listening and speaking skills in English for their own authentic purposes.
I specialize in Psychology and Criminal Justice instruction relating to mental health and policy. I provide consultation in social psychology in the areas of counseling, remediation, sports psychology, and I/O psychology. My teaching experience includes diverse learning designs of virtual, blended, and campus-oriented learning.
I will provide instructional videos for how to access information resources, then coach you through the process alongside you. Your instruction will be personalized and tailored to your academic needs and I will customize your instruction to where you are now.
I have a student centered teaching philosophy which guides my lectures and tutoring. It is tailored to the students' backgrounds and interests. In other words, my teaching philosophy is a student-centered approach to education. This approach includes individualized instruction. I believe in a hands-on approach to education. This is founded on Dewey’s and Piaget’s teaching philosophy.
i use on line writing to teach m students. i am Versatile, creative, experienced, and voraciously curious writer with a dedication to excellence creates interesting and unique pieces for a wide range of project Rush delivery available by request and agreed upon compensation.
My teaching methodology is based on positive reinforcement and support. I believe that a good teacher focuses on the holistic well-being of students. I connect lessons from a particular subject to broader lessons that will help the student in all aspects of life.
I understand that each student learns differently, and I match my teaching style to how he or she learns best. I'm passionate about helping people communicate better, from teaching proper grammar and mechanics to providing feedback on dissertation drafts and everything in between.
My teaching method is based on each learner's progress and skill capacity. I have tailored lessons for each individual child, to match their needs and promote their understanding of a topic. I like to apply lessons interactively and in real-world experiences.
I am a world class successful teacher/coach with a doctorate degree in education. I specialize in coaching students at all levels of education from university/college to high school and elementary levels. I employ a flexible approach to teaching/learning because my students have diverse learning styles.
I teach using a method that allows students to think the way exam item-writers think by writing questions. In addition, I use scenario-based teaching. One of my strongest most effective strategies is to identify gaps in knowledge and fill them in with a spiral learning/testing format so nothing is lost.
I would like to help others express their ideas through writing more efficiently, accurately, and succinctly. Unfortunately, sometimes the individual words can block the flow of ideas and a second set of eyes can be a huge help.
I begin where my student is, and shape the lessons around his/her interests. We (I always write with my students) start every lesson writing in journals, stretching our writing muscles. I create writing prompts using what I've gleaned from the individuals' interests. Often these become the foundation for a longer piece; developed, and rewritten with attention to grammar, word choice, and structure.
I encourage positive reinforcement. I am interested in student success and development. I am very patient, and encourage my students to achieve to the highest of their ability.
I want my students to relax and know that every question has relevance. I have 19 years experience and have taught grades 6-8 reading, math, English Language Arts and writing. I enjoy class discussions and collaborative learning.
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