I meet students in-person or online in a one-on-one setting. We cover the course curriculum conceptually and then practice homework and past paper questions. I also have a huge resource database of homework and past papers from NYU, Columbia, Yale, and Princeton.
M.S. in Economics, B.A. in Economics, B.S. in Statistics, Minor in Mathematics. I have experience working with students at all levels including college level. I focus on breaking down broader topics into smaller objectives that are both attainable and realistic.
I give my classes with a maximum of detail. To go step by step moving from simple to more complicated issues. I give great importance to the exposition of examples that motivate the introduction of concepts. I have no problems in returning to subjects already completed to ensure my understanding of them.
I always try to explain each and every concepts with some examples and try my best to draw the logic behind any steps. I will start any subject by giving its bigger picture and the practical implication in real life so that student will generate there further interest.
During my classes I try to follow two main goals: 1) make the student understand the essence of the topic, being able to reproduce the main ideas and logics by himself, which greatly helps during the exam, 2) ensure that the student gets enough of practical experience solving exercises with my feedback and guidance.
I approach teaching by working with students on mastering fundamentals such as understanding the vocabulary of the subject, practicing concepts with scenarios and application of the theory to the real world (e. g. interpreting current events).
My name is Kola and earn a Ph.D. degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics from the University of Goettingen Germany in 2010. Prior this, I had masters and bachelor degrees in Agricultural Economics from Federal University of Technology Akure Nigeria in 2006 and 2001, respectively.
From my experiences, I learned that each student is unique. So I always try to tailor the way I teach to the specific needs of each student.
I work with 7-9 graders specifically in teaching in the classroom, but have taught and tutored in English, Mathematics, and Economics to a wide age-range. Students love learning with me because I challenge them, and because I know how to teach and explain sometimes difficult topics (especially in a different culture) to help them understand things more clearly.
I'll give you, my students, practical examples in order to make students understand what the core concepts of economics stand for
My pedagogical process begins with an assessment of the student's goals and the steps needed to achieve those aims. Once these objectives have been established, I work with my students to tailor my extant courses to their learning styles and needs. My courses are coding and Excel intensive. There is no requirement for any prior knowledge, as the courses include coding tuition.
My teaching method is very practical. I introduce theories and topics with applications to real world problems. I have written two texts in health economics I will give numerous exercises to solve in sessions.
MS in Economics with additional PhD level classes in Econometrics and Public Finance. Employment experience as a college instructor, tutor and substitute teacher.
I have taught Economics and Finance for more than 30 years. In addition i have more than 30 years experience in Financial Services, especially in the area of derivatives. i try to use everyday experiences and even sports analogies to get the intuition behind complex topics. Once the intuition is obtained, i move on to the more complex analysis behind the intuition.
My methodology is based on the students level of expertise in the subject. After the first session, I share my lesson plan to the students and are open to tweaks from the student. This helps the student have comfortable learning with less stress.
I have a degree in Master of Public Administration at Cornell University and also received an offer in the Master of Engineering program here. My lessons are gradual and specific to students' needs. I can be of great help for students who was not previously exposed to finance, financial engineering or college math.
I am a tutor in the Philadelphia/Montgomery/Bucks county area for students of all levels, elementary through adult. I use hands-on materials, one-on-one settings, and technology based instruction to make sure my students gain the most thorough understanding of a topic. One person at a time helping one student at a time can make a big difference.
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I graduated from the University of Connecticut-Storrs with a BA in Economics in 2011. I achieved a 3.81 within my major and love helping people enhance their understanding of economic concepts. I also extensively studied math and philosophy in college. I always served as an informal tutor to my friends and classmates to great effect. My approach is individualized.
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Personally, I cannot keep on studying without understanding the logic of the topic. So I cannot pass to another lesson if I don't understand the reasoning . Therefore, in my tutoring sesssions, I think my students are like me and I wanna be sure that my student really understand, I mean it, the lesson. I cannot give the formula and ask to memorize it.
In teaching, I like to have an interaction between me and the student(s). I believe that teaching should not be a one-way communication system. Always, I like to give the student(s) the background of what I am about to teach and see if they can come up with the right ideas to tackle the problem on their own.
I am extremely patient after being a nanny (LOL), so I honestly don't believe any question is a dumb question. Economics is very hard and I want to help as many people as I can get a better grasp on the Economics intuition, graphs, and math so that they can do well in class as well as better their own personal spending habits, etc.
I am a third year phd economics student who is also a graduate teaching assistant at a good program in the US. Before this I was a college professor in Economics and Finance at a business school.
I hold a MBA Finance from City University of Seattle, MA Social Science and BA Anthropology and Minor Art History from University of California Irvine, and AA Merchandising and Marketing from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, San Francisco.
I'm a seasoned college finance and economics professor who is available to tutor, either in person, or by Internet.
I have no real teaching method. If I had to base it off of what I had done in study groups then I would say I break down complex ideas and theories into smaller more easily understandable chunks while providing some tangible real world examples.
My teaching method is simple. My job is not done until my students have a solid grasp of the subject matter. First, I conduct a preliminary assessment on where the student stands vis-a-vis the subject they wish to learn/master. Second, I ask my students what their goals are at the end of the tutorial sessions.
College Degree - BA, Economics, NYU High School Diploma - International Baccalaureate (IB) Experience with tutoring students of ages 13-17 Very interactive teaching style Frequently use Power Point Always give real world examples Always clear about concepts Jovial, good humored, often make students laugh to engage My father teaches math and physics since 30 years
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