The most important part of teaching is to get to know your student(s), their goals and objectives as well as their strengths and weaknesses. This is best achieved by diagnostic lessons as well as personal interview. Once we develop a mutual and achievable goal, the results will follow. I will work with students and adults from ages 12 and up.
Whether individually or in groups, my teaching philosophy has also been student-centered which is why I am successful as a tutor. I work hard to meet the needs and expectations of both student and parents. Individual and small group lessons is the best way to teach reading and writing of all kinds.
I approach each topic from a place of fascination and discovery; there is an uncharted sea out there of each and every student. My methods of instruction go beyond the comprehension of a subject; they are meant to encourage creative and profound thought, inspiring a deeper, more analytical way of thinking. They are persuaded to develop their opinions and ideas.
I approach each lesson individually, assessing my student's needs, strengths, and problem areas on a personal level. I offer lessons to anyone in need of help with their English skills, all the way from elementary to college students. I like to look over the course syllabus or guidelines (if applicable) before starting, so I can craft a lesson plan and gather any resources that may be helpful.
My teaching method is to make learning easy for a student. I like to keep lessons simple at first with later lessons increasing in complexity. I try not to talk down to a student. I want them to understand the lessons without confusion.
My teaching method is helping the student develop a strong thesis as a baseline for the paper and establishing an appropriate argument according to the prompt being asked. I want to guide students in making the writing process smoother and more enjoyable, all while making it the strongest writing possible.
My teaching methodology involves encouragement, humor, and the Socratic method. I feel strongly that students should learn to think critically and be able to defend their beliefs in a fair exchange. I'll also do my best to discover the individual's learning style and proceed accordingly. That said, I also am a firm believer in progress, not perfection.
I base my teaching methodology on the needs of my students. I draw from various types of activities to accommodate different learning styles. Apart from that, I focus on an authentic, communicative approach when I am teaching ESL. I have also helped low literacy students improve their reading and writing by working with them at the level they're at and moving forward.
In my lessons, my priority is to empower students to determine their passion, learn more about it and articulate and write about that passion. In doing so, I hope to pass on this love for learning. I make special efforts to ensure a consistently positive learning environment that allows for creativity and exploration.
When I talk about teaching, I talk about three things: 1) my philosophy of what I call a “pedagogy through over-sharing,” often by using humor in the classroom to keep students interested and engaged; 2) the importance for students to develop a concrete (as opposed to purely theoretical) knowledge base; and 3) inculcating within students a sense of historical change over time (as opposed to con
My teaching method is very fluid; I usually spend the first part of the first session asking questions and getting to know the student so that I can tailor our lessons to their specific learning style. For non-English speakers I tend toward an immersion method of teaching.
I have taught art, music, and English in the US and overseas – I love to learn from students and adapt to teaching styles that they can relate to. Students tell me that my relaxed demeanor helps them to achieve their goals.
I first assess the levels of English in my student(s) then I tailor my teaching approach accordingly. I will mostly use the one-on-one tutor approach as I found that to be most effective; however, in situations where several students would participate then I would use a combination of one-on-one and interactive lectures.
My teaching method is by establishing a basis of your knowledge and building a lesson plan from there. We will establish a set of goals together. Each lesson will be a set of building blocks that will bring you towards those goals.
My teaching method is to first determine where the student is with their learning and what type of learning style would best suit the student. The next challenge is to bring the content alive, break the lesson down and collaboratively teach using multiple strategies.
I prefer to tutor high school students and below. No student is the same and we all struggle with different aspects of education. I approach a topic by first seeing what you feel are your strengths and weaknesses, from there we can work together to make those weaknesses strengths and your strengths even better.
My teaching methodology is a consultative approach along with using visual tools and examples. I also employ sided by side personal teaching methods. I believe given the right information delivered in the correct way results in genuine long term learning.
My teaching method is based on practice more than theory. I think learnign through experience is the best way to learn. I also belive students should be active in the classroom. I want engaged learners that want to apply the learnings outsid eof the class as well.
Wherever you are is the starting place. Wherever you'd like to be is the destination. I'll help you get there, get close to there, or get to someplace you'd never even imagined you could go. It's all about personalized instruction.
I believe that all children learn differently and need to be met where they are in order to be successful. I pride myself on my ability to adapt instruction and materials in order to meet each individual child no matter the content or grade level.
My teaching methodology is driven by establishing smaller goals that break up complicated tasks into smaller ones. From there, once a few tasks are knocked out, I find that students get the hang of the work quickly and can tackle just about any writing task.
My method really depends on the student! I know that each person learns differently. I have experience teaching both young children and young adults, so I am able to adapt my lessons accordingly. I believe that learning uses all of our senses, and that's how we best learn. Which sense is emphasized the most depends on the student.
My goal is to reach the student at their point of need and build up from there. My job is to discover how the child learns best and develop a personalized plan that makes learning exciting and helps the student gain the confidence needed to master the skill. I emphasize that everything is difficult until it is easy.
I believe in a solid foundation, so we begin at the beginning and work our way up, stopping to fill in blanks as needed. In reading, I mix visual, auditory and kinetic learning as needed.
I prefer to work with my students very closely using the tools of assessment, commentary, followed by a second assessment. There's no pressure in this. It's just to make sure the students are all on the same page and absorbing the material.
For the most effective teaching, I prefer my students to involve a physical part of themselves to be involved in the whole learning process, whether visual, auditory, or hands on methods. I have also found it best to allow my students to walk through a problem while I coach them so they can have actual experience and confidence giving them the ability to learn how to solve problems independently.
I can't really say I have one single methodology or consistent habits. I want any teaching I do to be as effective as possible, which means that me, my students, the physical space, etc., all contribute to how I will approach a subject or teaching experience. Overall I value fairness and doing whatever it is I can do to maintain students' engagement.
Because of my previous teaching experiences, I am qualified to teach all components of English instruction: grammar, literature, reading, and writing. I have taught literature courses in Greek/Roman/Norse Mythology, Shakespeare, American Literature, World Literature, and British Literature, including the corresponding history involved in the creation of each.
My teaching methodology includes the following: *Assess the need of each student with a pretest or by viewing past performance *Intentionally reteach the skills that need improvement by providing explanation of area of improvement, guided practice, independent practice, and quizzes *Provide a tutor-made test at the end of the lesson
My teaching methodology is to be inter-active. I do not lecture, I teach by engaging my students and make them a part of the experience. I keep tutoring personal and flexible. No two students are alike in personality or learning skills. No one style fits all. I teach to the student not have the student, not force the student adapt to my style.
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Perfect! Émilie est une enseignante de français merveilleuse et engageante. Elle est très patiente et crée un environnement favorable pour les gens de tous les niveaux de français. En utilisant son intérêt pour le théâtre, elle crée des leçons...
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