I believe in building a rapport with my students. This puts them at ease and makes tutoring so much easier, since they aren’t stressed or nervous. I find that I have a lot of similar interests as my students which allows us to bond. I am also very laid-back but at the same time I make sure that all work gets completed and there is no slacking off.
My teaching method is based on proven and well researched techniques that promote life-long skill retention. You will never forget the lessons you take with me. My lessons are always customized for you, based on your learning style, and formed with your interests in mind.
Every student learns differently and what may work for you may not work for another student, and vice versa. Discovering HOW you learn best is just as important as learning all the grammar rules and getting your reading comprehension up. If a tutoring session isn't presented in an interesting way that is specifically catered to you, it can be very difficult to learn.
My teaching methodology is very personal to each student! I, first, lay out the client's goals, their learning style, and their current experience to cultivate an experience and lesson plan for them. I am a very motivational tutor that can help a student succeed.
My teaching method is interactive. I use lessons and activities to get the student engaged and active in their learning. I willing to cater any lesson to the subject or students best learning strategy. I am always willing to come work with the student and help them be confident in their learning and work.
My teaching method is to personalized every lesson for my student. During our first session I give my student an academic assessment to see where they currently are, but I also give a multiple intelligence test, which allows me and the student to understand how they learn best.
I'm very calm and patient by nature. I go over the material with students to see how well they understand it. I explain and clarify any misunderstandings they might have, I ask and answer their questions, and assist them when needed.
I found that buying a GED book is very helpful, and I would supplement the book with individualized teaching. The hardest parts of the GED are figuring out what exactly they're looking for within the multiple choice, and quickly planning the essay. The featured subjects are all relatively simple, but the execution is what makes the difference between a successful and unsuccessful grade.
As an adult educator (M.Ed.), I have a great deal of experience instructing teens and adult, as well as individuals with barriers to employment. I have tutored learners on various topics, specialized testing and research methods. I have more than six million dollars in grant writing success. I can help you write, research or just learn the basics of grant writing.
My teaching method is based on who the student is. I prepare a traditional lesson plan, then watch and listen to my student to see if my strategy works. I follow his/her lead and adjust my instruction to meet his/her needs. My goal for my students is that they feel safe and happy with me so that there is progress. I try various ways to ensure learning is taking place.
I approach each lesson with one thing in mind: student success. In our first session, we will spend time getting to know one another and setting out some academic goals. Once I have a clear idea of who you are as a student and what you want to achieve, I'll be able to tailor our sessions to your individual needs.
My teaching method adapts to the learning style of the student. It is based on subject matter competence in which I identify the area(s) of learning the student needs to work on in order to be able to pass tests, write essays, read literature, and prepare for SAT, ACT, GED tests.
I have taught students in English courses from junior high through college juniors. What works best is going over assignments with my students first to assess the needs and determining the best method from there. The first thing I do in any class or lesson is help take away fear and blocks students may have from previous experiences or difficulties.
I have an Associates Degree in Early childhood education and 8 years in the classroom as a Para educator and Teachers Aid. my experience is tried and true and backed by my personal and professional experience and have earned my wings in the classrooms as well as academically.
I provide intensive one-on-one training in the exact areas of Math, English, reading, and Science Reasoning in which the student needs remedial work. All teaching is tailored to the specific individual needs of each students, based upon my intimate knowledge of the topics covered on both the ACT and the SAT tests.
I tailor each lesson to the individual student that I am working with at the time. I get results! I use smiles as rewards. I use a multi - sensory approach to learning. I am responsible and have good adaptability.
My teaching methods are results oriented, with a student center focus, where student learning and educational psychology are an emphasis. Thus results and improvement are expected in each lesson. This is a result of understanding what students want and expect.
I approach each topic based on the needs of the individual. Not everyone learns the same way and I try to customize lessons based on what will work best for the individual. Additionally, I have determined through experience that learning is much more enjoyable and valuable when it can be applied in a way that is purposeful to our daily lives.
I have experience teaching large groups and single learners, both online and in the classroom. In my experience, no two students learn the same way. As a result, I believe in adapting my teaching style to meet the needs of each particular learner.
My teaching method is based on student need. Students come with an idea of what they would like to learn. The focus starts with this and then branches as I recognize deeper needs. I use a hands-on method where the student is always the primary doer.
Hello, my name is Chris and I will be tutoring in academic English, Essay peer review, and Resume Editing. Much of academic English is about expressing the relationship between ideas. Although the language may be more complex than in everyday English, good academic writers aim to be as clear, precise, and simple as possible.
Barbara has over twenty years of education, obtaining an Education Specialist Degree (also known as A.B.D.) in Teaching and Learning from Liberty University, including a Master's Degree in Curriculum/Instruction with an emphasis in reading from Grand Canyon University and a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of North Florida.
I work mainly with middle and high school students to ready them for a college education. I try to customize each session to the individual student I am working with along with their learning style. I am patient and empathetic towards each student I work with.
My teaching method revolves around building a positive relationship with my students. This includes, but is not limited to, showing respect to my students as well as garnering respect from them, giving assistance, patience, and most importantly, finding effective ways to instill knowledge.
My teaching philosophy revolves around making learning meaningful and relevant for students. My goal is to probe my student's thinking to allow them to become self-directed, motivated life-long learners. I enjoy working with students who are looking to receive additional support to reach their academic goals.
I use Student-Centered Methods of Instruction Differentiated instruction is the teaching practice of tailoring instruction to meet individual student needs so that students can move onto the next standards or topics when they’ve mastered what they’re currently working on.
My teaching method is mostly interactive. I find people learn much easier when they are doing rather than being preached to. I never liked a teacher to open the text book and proceed to read the content to me. I base my classes on ways to interact with the students and thus keep them engaged.
Homework can be challenging, it takes patience, understanding, and beginning with the first steps to seek out the correct way to find the answers, it is important no matter what lesson you are learning that as a teacher I will help you understand and get excellent grades.
I adjust my teaching to each student. I usually begin by having the student read text out loud, specially formatted a phrase at a time. This is read out loud before hearing it spoken. This is ideal for correcting bad reading habits. Then we progress to reading a punctuation interval at a time; this is ideal for improving comprehension and improving fluency.
Working with students individually, I base my method of teaching on what works best for them because what works best for one student may not work as well for another student. Some learn best by hearing, others by seeing, others by reading about it, and others by doing, etc.
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