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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.
I've been fortunate enough to experience all kinds of teachers, and I feel my own teaching style has been something of a combination of all their best aspects. I always begin by figuring out what the student knows conceptually, without considering numerical answers at all. This can be done through questions or just diagrams (I will pretty much draw a diagram for every question).
I teach students in the ways that best fit them. Whether you are inexperienced and struggle conceptually, or just want to fine tune your work, I believe the tutoring experience should be what works best for you. Hands on or hands off, every student is different.
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.
Finished Lancaster University, Management School in the UK in 2016 I have deep understanding in the subject that I teach as I put it to practice everyday.
I graduated from Kaplan University in 2015. I have a BS in Business Administration. I have also been teaching science at Wilson & Young medal of honor middle school for the last two school years. I have a generalist 4-8 certification.
To understand my approach, please see my video at: (concealed information) My first step is to set goals and expectations - understand where you are and where you are going. My second step is Discovery - this is where I find out what you're struggling with. My third and last step is Reinforcement.
My teaching methods have always been adjusted and are responsive to the needs of my students, because everyone learns differently. I like to use examples that illustrate and contextualize theoretical issues, preferably based on my own personal and professional experiences. Case studies are also useful tools.
B.A. Education Northeastern Illinois M.S.A. Roosevelt University M.S.B. Johns Hopkins University Enrolled Agent (E.A.) Internal Revenue Service Guest speaker at Harvard Law School on Global Finance. I have also written training material in accounting, auditing and finance for various foreign countries.
My teaching method is one that is clear, concise and to the point. I understand that neither party has time to waste and so I am someone who gets straight down to business. Besides that, I encourage students to ask questions at the end and beginning fo each class so that it becomes clearer as to whether or not they have understood the topic.
I have a B.S. in Social Sciences from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. I use the gradual release method in my classroom. It allows the student to take full ownership of their understanding and expertise. I believe a teacher is merely a guide to student success, much as a lighthouse is merely a guide to ships on a successful journey.
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.
Hi, I'm excited about the possibility of helping you with your class! I have earned a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and a Master in Management Information Systems, both from Texas Tech.
My teaching methods involved explaining things in simplicity, letting the student do their work, and helping the student to manage their study time. I allow the student to say something back to me to explain to me in their own words.
I provide tutor instruction online (Skype) to undergraduate college or other adult education students utilizing any and all contemporary resources; including multimedia, video, document-share, and direct presentation. I start the first lesson by identifying the topic or topic-subset the student needs help with, as well as what the student feels are his/her preferred or best learning method.
A former business executive, I have taught graduate level business students at several leading business schools. I hold degrees from Yale (BA, economics) and the U of Chicago (MBA). I use the Socratic method to stimulate thinking, and then present tested business models of Economics, Strategy and Leadership. Students routinely report being inspired.
I am a very understanding person that likes to make the teaching as practical as possible. The best way to teach someone a topic is by helping the student apply it in his/her day-to-day life. Practicality is key, and it can speed up the student's understanding of the subject.
I use teaching different teaching resources: Power Point presentations, videos, quizzes, problems, cases, sample exams. The dedication before and after the session explains why my tutoring is different and effective. My professional experience allows me to give practical examples.
My students have learned to approach their studies using inquiry based research and self study. I believe that the best teacher ultimately for the student is that student himself or herself. There is no magic wand to learning, but there are tried and true methods to succeed. I do not waste time with my students; if the student is serious, he or she will learn.
I firmly believe that every student has their own pace in learning and understanding things. With subject like human resources and business, I make sure that I include a lot of examples to support the theories. I make sure that I include fun activities that also contribute to learning , in my teaching methodology.
I am committed to helping students to learn with a commitment to depth. Depth matters because it proves to your audience you know about the material enough to deliver superior value. My objective is to inculcate confidence, diligence and competence in students, in their quest to achieve progression and mastery of their academic and career endeavors.
I approach the lessons by focusing on what the student wants to learn about. Students have distinct wants and needs and the benefit of the class can be diminished if the lessons are not oriented to the students individuality.
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.
Ret'd US Public School Teacher with Bach. of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown U.'s SFS; MA in Advanced International Studies from the Johns Hopkins U.'s SAIS; Franco-phone and Africana Studies from U of the District of Columbia, etc.
I am a graduate student-athlete with a BSBA in Accounting and Finance from Rockhurst University, all together with 150 credit hours in four years in order to be CPA (Certified Public Accountant) eligible. I am trilingual in English, Bulgarian and Russian. I have spent a total of 6 years as an employed tutor, from the high-school level to the college level.
My philosophy of teaching has evolved from 12+ years of undergrad and graduate level teaching experience.
BS in Finance - LSU MBA - University of Phoenix I have twenty years experience in manufacturing, budgeting, project analysis, and managerial accounting. I help students learn by doing so they can apply theory to real world scenarios, allowing them to understand the material in a more permanent manner.
My Economics lessons are tailored to the needs of the individual. I use current real world examples to make the subject matter relevant. We can prepare for academic exams up to college level. We can explore Macro Economics by examining current Central BankPolicies and their effects on the Foreign Exchange Markets, balances of trade, interest rates, equity markets, etc.
I want to teach in a way that makes the content interesting and get my students interested enough to want to learn more on their own. I've done nothing if a student leaves without a desire to know more on their own.
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