My teaching philosophy is simple: Education should be learner and learning-centered. My outlook on education stems from personal experience. I took my first tertiary course at Brevard Community College the summer before I entered the University of Central Florida. In terms of instructional vs.
My teaching method is finding an easy way for students to understand by learning how to solve problems with more hands-on learning
I am an experienced educator with a master's degree in Communication Arts. I believe in instructing students about current events and how government and media works by immersing themselves in the various types of traditional and new media, and by using classroom and online methods to explore, identify, and understand the world around us.
My teaching method is to present students with information on a topic through notes and visuals to help drive home concepts and create understand of more difficult material. I also believe in being flexible with how I present material, and I can use recordings and videos to further help students who are more audio-visual learners.
When it comes to teaching and tutoring History, I generally adopt an approach that blends recall with Socratic inquiry. This back and forth, in which the tutor maintains an intense discussion with the student, allows that student to come to their own conclusions about difficult works, and to communicate those conclusions in clear, articulate responses.
Learning is an adventure. I guide students through a lot of information, but the real exploration is within. The goal is to learn how to express thoughts with confidence and clarity. I match my teaching technique to the student's learning method.
My teaching styles are ideal for middle school/high schoolers. My methods include introducing and reviewing writing terms. I also break down the components of what makes a good essay and analysis.
I am an engaging tutor with over four years experience teaching students at the university level. Utilizing a variety of teaching techniques tailored to the student, my approach is informal, but results driven. I am not only focused on improving marks, but also providing the essential knowledge base that will enable my students to succeed in the future.
I give one-on-one lessons and sessions to all students interested in improving their writing, reading, or journalistic abilities. I assess the student's goals and create an individual plan to not only meet those goals, but exceed them. Every student is not the same. I will find the strengths and weaknesses of each student and propel them to success.
The training I would implement allows me to provide the latest techniques to increase the morale and performance of student's in order to exceed standards. My methodology includes providing training materials, study guides, multi-practice exercises, tests, and examinations, in other words, combining lecturing with demonstration, discovery and research.
I use my personal experiences as field-tested results to motivate students and audiences to take action. My world records in extreme athletic adventures with film as a support include the first person to swim from Africa to Europe, kayaking the Nile from Ethiopia to Cairo, trekking the High Atlas Mountains and Sahara solo.
Far too often our education system runs loops teaching the same material over and over again, teaching to the next standardized test. It focuses on short term memory, which is fantastic for getting quick results on upcoming tests. It fails, however, in long term knowledge retention.
I am a college student studying to be a professor of psychology and economics with a minor in history and have enough credits to be a junior as a first year student. I like teaching in an approachable, personal method, and try to put information in understandable terms. I have a passion for the subjects that allows me to make them more interesting.
My teaching method is hands on/or by email/or by webcam. I am passionate about the things I do, and I want to help people succeed. I like to demonstrate or communicate a topic and then allow the student to develop their own ideas. The idea is to get the student to better themselves and not just do the work for them. I am here to help them succeed.
In my workplace, I tutor and teach kids from our subjects under S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) while following PBIS guidelines (Positive Behavioral Intervention Systems) to ensure a safe, positive environment for students. These are the tactics in which I utilize in my teaching and tutoring methods.
I have a Bachelors degree in History and Political Science and a concentration in American Civil War studies. I teach my students by adapting to their learning styles and taking their needs into consideration. I use visuals, repetition, and hands on experiences primarily.
I enjoy using mnemonic devices to help recall things like facts and events critical to basic knowledge. Facts and years can be difficult to remember, and it's completely understandable.
I have a Master's degree with 22 hours of graduate history courses and 18 hours of graduate political science. I have a bachelor's in Mass Communications and am currently in a PhD in Public Policy program. I have also been licensed to sell property/casualty insurance and have done sales training.
I am a high school senior and will graduate this may. I will give my lessons to you in a way that you learn best. I will tutor you for as long as you need. My hours are from 9 in the morning to 9 at night.
I'm a father, and current substitute teacher working on becoming a full-time teacher. My degree is in Creative Writing, 2.5 years for a Bachelor's Degree, but I'm a nerd with a penchant for science. My philosophy is that learning can be, and should be, fun.
My teaching methodology involves lecture style and discussion style, depending on the type of class. For content-heavy classes, there are more lectures, but I try to cater to students and increase student engagement through interactive activities. Experiential learning, in my opinion, is essential to one's learning.
My teaching method varies for each student .I like to use real life examples and for things to be hands on. I feel that books are great for allowing the student to review but should never be the only example a student has.
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.
I base my classes on student centered learning. I believe that students need experiential exercises and real life application of materials. I have taught general education, honors, AP, and IB students/courses. Use videos, primary source documents, and writing in content area.
My method is to bring to life the events of the past through technological means, also to explore the past and work out how the world of today is effected by the events covered throughout history. With the use of modern technology, the goal is to make learning a fun experience for everyone.
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 have several years of one on one tutoring methodology, which is the best learning experience for students, both at the high school and college levels. My lesson plans include different innovative techniques designed to help students engage with the content and feel comfortable with the learning process.
My teaching method is explaining my experiences and preparing students to enter the music business industry. I hope to create a platform where students are comfortable asking questions and I can prepare them for a career that is extremely difficult to gain legitimacy in.
My classes are aimed at aspiring journalists and those with a few years of experience. I'm passionate about teaching people how to find the real story and how to keep readers' attention. But you can't become a great reporter without first sharpening your writing skills. So I will teach you what words and phrases to use that breathe life into your articles.
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.
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