I begin by getting to know the students that I'm working with and how they learn best. I utilize their learning styles to craft lessons that will meet their needs. When introducing a new topic or skill, I usually start with a hands-on activity as a hook to excite students about their new learning.
My teaching method is hands-on differentiated instruction among each student, to best support their learning needs based on their individual education program. I exercise positive reinforcement within every lesson for each child. My experience with behavior intervention has allowed me to foster the growth of my students across all domains.
My teaching method is to make an assessment and then work the areas, that has to be improved by the students, for example: spatial orientation, language, etc.
I have successfully used structured, multi sensory teaching techniques to help students in grades K-12 learn how to read. My energy and enthusiasm is contagious and builds confidence and desire to learn. I am highly creative and have the ability to motivate struggling learners.
I use 5 Orton Gillingham programs,all of which I own. I take knowledge from all of the and keep a strict stucture of sequential lessons that are creative and multisensory.
I am an experienced and enthusiastic SEN and academic tutor, with 6 years' experience working with children and young people in education. I foster an approach centred on developing confidence, self-belief and an autonomous learning style. My tutoring style uses a person centred approach, that enables the student to manage their own learning overtime.
My lessons are structured, cumulative and multi-sensory. I follow the Alpha to Omega program to support children with LDs, however, my lessons are customized to the individual needs of each student. I identify the students' learning style(s) and teach them in a way that is best suited to their needs.
I do not follow a particular methodology. I adapt my lessons or sessions to the child needs so I use what I see it works for the child. I always tend to use multi-sensory approach since it works for both special needs and mainstream kids. I have created a Facebook page where I share articles and interesting facts for parents who like to be up to date with methodologies, research etc.
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