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.
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.
The methodology is hands-on workshops.
I have Ph.D. in Management and an MBA in Finance and Investment and I work with doctoral, masters and bachelors students in Business and Finance. I look at the students learning styles and adapt to the seven learning styles My methodology is presenting both theoretical and practical application.
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.
I am an CPA and an Adjunct Professor Accounting and Taxes. I like to teach the basics and then build from there to the more difficult concepts. I remind my students that accounting and especially taxation are not necessarily logical, it just is what it is.
I approach teaching as a dialogue. It is a give and take. Otherwise, how can you judge mastery of the concepts at hand? Also, a dialogue makes for a more interesting session for both teacher and student. Most importantly, in the business classes, I will teach you to apply theory to real life.
I am comfortable in teaching on an individual basis as well as in group sessions. I like students to come prepared to class and be interactive with the teacher. I am a passionate speaker who will rely on a lot of practical business cases to illustrate theoretical concepts about economics, finance, and trade.
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 are very practical and easy to learn. I like firstly evaluate the level of comfort and knowledge of my student in the given subject and tailor my sessions in a way that would lead to realistic results. Get in touch for anything related to Business, Economics, Accounting as well as GMAT/GRE prep.
Teaching should always strive to move beyond the simple sharing of facts and knowledge or even the training of a certain skill set. My teaching philosophy is based on this quote by William Butler Yeats, “Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.
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.
I have a BA in Accounting, an MBA in Business Administration and over 28 years of experience as an auditor, a staff accountant, a Controller, a Vice President of Finance and a Chief Financial Officer. I have been employed by both large and small companies in the USA, Canada and the UK. I have worked in various industries; profession services, manufacturing, distribution and advertising.
Big Ten an Big 12, I have a bachelor degree from Iowa State University (Big 12) and a MBA from Northwestern (Big 10).
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.
I am offering online lessons helping students with their assignments, tutoring CFA/ACCA/Finance/Accounting concepts. I prepare to the lessons thoroughly and consider individual needs of every student. I try to go above and beyond to explain the concepts so that students get satisfied with the lessons they receive.
I always first try to assess a student to judge his level of understanding about the subject. Then, i try to make myself compatible to his level of comprehending the concepts and make my lessons tailored to his level of understanding.
My teaching method is to start with a discussion of practical experience, then relate it to the subject I'm teaching. For example, if I'm teaching auditing, I will bring in the Enron fraud, or the World Com audit fraud.
I hold an MBA from Fordham University with a concentration in finance and an undergraduate degree in management. I've had additional training in hospitality accounting and community association management. I am an advanced user in MS excel and MS word.
I have wide exposure to the case method, since that was the teaching methodology used at the school that I went to. In case you are unfamiliar with it -- it consists basically, as its name suggest, of a business case and a tech note. The tech note lays the groundwork and walks through the technical aspects of a certain business concept that is covered in the case (e.g. cost of capital calculation).
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.
The best way for somebody to truly understand accounting and finance is to know the concepts really well, and I can help with that. Using illustrations is my most used tactic, and I have found it to really help students understand the subject.
I structure each class into self-contained topics and encourage my students to attempt problems throughout the class in order to cement the information discussed in the classroom.
I begin by seeing where your struggles are, first and foremost. In grasping things that you don't understand, and do understand, I'm able to discern what we need to focus on and what we can leave out.
I find that I have the best results when I find a way to explain the subject in a way that relates to the student. For instance, when explaining the subject of debits and credits to college students, I liken it to a bar tab and how a credit is any time they order a drink, therefore, the amount they owe at the end of the night is increased.
Certified Public Accountant with over twenty years experience in teaching, consulting, financial reporting, budgeting, forecasting, accounting management, internal audit, and public accounting. Hands on teacher that teaches concepts/theories and reviews problems/exercise questions to reinforce understanding of material.
I graduated from UNC Charlotte in 2010 with a BSBA in Finance and a BS in Economics.
My teaching methodology is to help students learn the content area of the subject they are studying and blend it into how it is applied and used in the real world. I approach each lesson determining what a student already knows and build upon that knowledge to introduce new concepts and approaches for learning.
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