I am adept and conscientious in preparing lesson plans that are specifically catered towards the abilities of my students in order to both encourage and challenge them during their pursuit of knowledge. While I specialize in History lessons, I also know that writing and test taking skills are crucial to a students success.
I believe that each student is unique in how they best absorb information, but that every student is capable of finding even the most challenging (or stereotypically "boring") topics interesting and exciting, if approached correctly. I approach each topic differently, depending on the individual student's skill level, experience, and needs.
I am an active, passionate, and interactive teacher and tutor by any standards. I excel one-on-one or in small groups, and I truly love helping students learn.
I approach each topic by first explaining the material, then using tools to help the student retain the information (i.e. flashcards, games). The goal is to eventually have the student explain the material to me without assistance. If one can explain the material then that person has demonstrated a firm understanding of the subject matter.
I would approach the topic as a discussion. This would work 3-fold; an icebreaker at the start, a way in which I can find exactly what information my student(s) want or need to learn; a model for the courses in general. When I was at university, my favourite classes were those that were taught in a seminar rather than a lecture style.
Plato, Tsun Zhu, Kautilya, Ibn Haldun, Machiavelli, Nietzsche, Hobbs, George Washington are some of the leading figures. Law, Religion, Politics, History, Social Engineering, Socialism, Communism, Capitalism, and Democracy. The Future of Governing Structure. Near future environment. Artificial Intelligence Politics. And Various historical events.
I approach each lesson targeting the student's specific needs and what areas need clarification, understanding, or foundation. I am fully aware how tricky or dusty History can be, therefore I try to make real-world connections, comparisons, and examples in order for students to enjoy, understand, and retain historical information.
My teaching method is to support the students in their learning process by identifying the core learning objectives for the subject matter and making those ideas accessible for the student. I believe that by working together any subject can be fun, interesting and exciting.
I am very Socratic but at the same time like to quickly get to the point. I can talk you through your ideas and help you organize your content to deliver the most persuasive message.
My teaching method is patient, kind, and understanding. I emphasize teaching the mental and pedagogical "pathway" that will be most helpful to the particular student. My goal is for each student not only to excel in his or her class, but to demonstrate exceptional critical thought and a mastery of the material that will pay dividends throughout the remainder of the student's education and career.
I walk students through reading, writing, and critical thinking so they can learn how to understand, evaluate, and debate for themselves. I have been lucky enough to learn from some great teachers and know firsthand how critical it is to listen to students who are struggling. My goal is to make sure students learn, not to make them regurgitate what I want to hear.
I base my classes on real-time field experience and training. I also attempt to make sure that the classes are tailored around the concerns of the people involved as well, as a sensitivity to the neighborhoods, cultures, and specific needs of the people involved.
Learning should be engaging, interactive, and occur in an environment of mutual respect and professionalism, particularly at the high school and college levels. I utilize games, simulations, stories, examples, and creative projects to enhance learning, rather than relying on rote memorization. My job is to develop and nurture inquisitiveness, exploration, and discovery.
In social studies, students have demonstrated better retention of the material through discussion and visual aides. I like to introduce the lessons with a review of previously discussed information, then go into the next lesson. I love to get feedback and questions from my students.
With regards to ENGLISH LEARNING, if you are wishing to learn from me directly: I base each of my lessons around a central theme or dialogue which is meant, not only to trigger the students' interest, but also tie in well with the main objectives of the lesson, be it vocabulary/grammar attainment/review and/or the improvement of the skills of listening/speaking/reading/writing.
My experience is with middle school and high school. It is important that students know that I respect them and welcome their input. Being flexible, my goal is to help them succeed. Great with both highly academic or at-risk students.
My teaching method is dedicated to understanding the history and geography of a country or region, in order to predict and comprehend future issues and flash-points. International relations and politics is greatly influenced by long-established norms and sudden changes to the various systems that help govern geopolitics.
I give lessons to Junior High and High School students and can help with AP preparation. I can work with students and adjust to their needs to reach the goals they have for themselves both in High School and for College.
My teaching method mainly involves active engagement with the students and the materials covered to promote reinforcement and stimulate interest and original thought in the subject matter.
Learn how the student learns, empower students to feel confident in their abilities, relate the subject matter to their personal experience, help them to organize handouts/asignments/reading etc and ultimately get the student familiar enough with whatever is required of them so that they can continue their studies independently of a tutor.
My method in teaching is agility and reflective process. I design my lesson plans with student learning outcomes and scaffolding. Depending on the student, I choose the methodology. Everyone learns differently and I try to advance the way in which students learn rather than enforce learning.
In teaching journalism, I emphasize the basics, then assign material ranging from straight news stories to feature treatments. As we develop a relationship between writer (you) and editor (me), I will help you to craft more skilled articles.
My approach to teaching, regardless of subject, is individualized. I like to determine what each student's strengths and weaknesses are and adapt curricula to meet individual needs whether an individual or small group setting. Over the years, I've been highly successful with this approach within classroom settings of 15 to 32 students.
My approach to tutoring is very much driven by each student that I assist. I believe that in order to move past stumbling blocks on the road to proficiency, those stumbling blocks need to first be identified, and then addressed specifically and immediately.
I have a method mostly in face time one to one teaching where I teach individual students. I have experience teaching multiple subjects, mostly secondary school level math and science.
My methods are based on the principles of simplicity and a thorough understanding of teaching topics with enthusiasm. I try to bring a sense of humor to the session in play. The lessons will be according to the time period set by the employer, i.e. you.
I employ a Democratic ethos and project based-discover learning. I enjoy using a shared information model of content mentoring (tutoring). I believe using a cooperative model where both the learner and educator explore content and standards at a deep and immersive level.
My teaching method is through exposure and experience. Books are great for information, but information will only take you so far. The two strongest tools to learning and development are exposure and experience. Exposure means witnessing or seeing something new, while experience means trying what you haven't tried.
I normally instruct at undergraduate and post-graduate level with a prepared lecture, preferably with robust Power Point slides and integrating short video clips and other contemporary media while also encouraging student questions and interaction. Assigned readings help maximize the value of contact time between me and the students.
My teaching method is based on a personal connection to the information that allows deep and full understanding of the topic. My techniques include pop quizzes that do not count for a grade, as a mechanism with which to measure student progress.
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