I am a medical physician with experience in General Practice and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Over years of teaching I have adapted an approach that fits best with students goals. Upon initiating a lesson plan, I encourage students to be open about their goals and commitments, which I feel contributes to success in achieving course performance and entrance to Universities and Graduate Programs.
I start every lesson by reviewing the topics students are learning in the class to reinforce the current topics. However, if I notice that some concepts from previous years are not clear for the students, I will recap those as well. Also, I will provide some similar examples. To excel in math, practicing is the best way to achieve it.
I am a student at El Camino College who just graduated high school and is majoring in physics. Before the session begins, I request for the topic(s) that the student needs assistance with. I tend to give example problems and teach the meaning of every step, then give the student problems from a textbook and check their work with them.
PERSONAL PHILOSOPHY/WHY I LOVE TUTORING: I love tutoring because I love helping my students outperform their own expectations for themselves. So often students believe that just because something is confusing to them now means that it will be confusing to them always. This is when kids start refer to themselves as "not a math person" or "not an English person.
My teaching method consists of step by step explanations in order to simplify subjects and help the students understand in a more quick and easy manner. Furthermore, helping the student master and advance in a course for future studying is my main goal.
I tutor college students of all levels. Everyone learns at a different pace; my methodology of teaching is to pace myself with my students and work with whatever is comfortable with them to achieve their goals. It is important to gauge what my students know and don't know, so that I can assist them to the best of my ability.
My classes are specifically for the 4th to 9th grade math student. I noticed in my experience that it is generally at this age that students become confused and disinterested in math. In the primary grades, when lessons were concrete, (you can see and feel three apples and add three more), basic math functions are simple and fun.
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My approach to teaching varies with each student. I like to begin by getting to know each student's goals and challenges, which allows me to customize a plan for tutoring and independent study. As we work together, I build an understanding of that student's learning style, and adapt my approach accordingly.
I believe in making concepts as relatable and as simple as possible. In order to understand something complex you have break down into components. Once you understand each of the parts, you can put it all together. I also love using analogies and comparisons when learning new information.
I get the student involved which is way better than simply doing the problems for a student. I also use guided instruction. I use my knowledge and experience of the subject to ask strategically relevant questions that maximizes student learning of difficult material. (Basically some theories in math and statistics are a lot more important to understand than others).
My teaching method is quite simple. I like to explain to students where the formulas actually come from, what are the underlying assumptions and what do these formulas mean because I have noticed the problem that a lot of students are able to work crunch numbers well, but they lack a conceptual base which is very important since, a building without a good foundation is doomed to fall.
im gonna teach you math to get good result in your exam like: SAT exam or ACT and most of exam that they are common for you to apply for your university or school exams.(its not very hard.
Understanding each individuals' learning method is the key. Some students find certain concepts easy to understand, while others may have to put extra effort to. That is where I come in. My way is to tailor my teaching style to each student so that they can bridge the connection that is missing.
I understand that each student is unique in how they comprehend different topics; therefore, I work with each student to figure out what methods work best for them. I am passionate about helping others achieve their full potential.
I am a graduate of California State University of Long Beach and am currently in the process of becoming a high school algebra teacher. I have tutored many different age groups from elementary all the way to the college level. I do one on one tutoring as well as small groups. I can come to your home to teach, as well as video chat and over the phone tutoring.
My teaching method is first being able to understand the student and ask them what they don't get and try to give them as much examples and break down everything so that they can be able to understand it better.
I focus on math and believe that anyone can get better with practice and learning different studying techniques. As a tutor, I try to approach every student in a different way based on what they need help with and how they learn conceptually.
My teaching method is very direct and concrete. I make sure the job is completed during the session and all homework is completed by the end of the lesson. I want to make sure that my student has learned something at the end of the lesson and that we reviewed concepts toward the following lessons.
I believe in all lessons being relatable and innovative. Students learn the best when they can be applied to real life principles. Students should also be able to interact throughout the lesson. Engagement is key because it allows students to process and apply the information given.
My goal is to provide you tailored tools and methodologies for prolonged success. Ideally, we can establish a long-term tutoring relationship. I generally host lessons for 6th to 12th grade students at a public place near or accessible from USC. I usually receive feedback that my lessons reach beyond the techniques needed to pass the exam.
In the past, I have provided lessons to friends, family friends, and classmates who have reached out to me with struggles in math and statistics, from introductory Algebra to Calculus and Statistical Programming. I first try to understand how students learn best: visually, aurally, or by writing.
I base each topic on the student. Everyone approaches material differently, and I want to cater each topic to the individual students. Whether you are a sixth grader struggling with math, or a senior in high school trying to understand physics, I will help you find the best way for you to learn based on my intensive pedagogy course and research at UCLA.
I will break it all down into bite-sized no-brainer chunks. I explain each definition and go through each example STEP BY STEP so that you understand each topic clearly. I work with the student at the level the student is at.
I believe strongly that students each learn in their own way and at their own pace. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to one-on-one learning. I work with students to identify their strengths and weaknesses, then build confidnece in their skills and abilities until they can continue on in their studies without the need for my guidance - I consider it my job to make myself obsolete.
I am currently a sophomore student at UC Berkeley and tutor high school students during my free time.
I first asses my students to see where they need help most. Then I create lesson plans to meet their needs or simply go over their current curriculum at school. I answer questions they currently have at all times.
1. Hands-on practice: If it's not in your hands, it's not in your head. I strive to provide both homework and in-person worksheets, so that my students can learn. 2. Interest: Without motivation to learn, learning is worthless to the learner.
I deliver my online my online lessons through skype by sharing screens. I also use a writing tablet to ensure that student is getting each n every step of the questions that is being explained. After explaining each topic, I help students understand the concept by solving some examples and give them worksheets to practice.
I mainly have tutored students in K-8th grade in the past but I'm willing to tutor students in high school as well. I like to show examples to my students and then walk them through the problems, step by step until they understand. By the end of the session, my hope is that they are able to do the problems independantly. I'm very patient with my students.
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