I have taught High School Math for 19 years and tutored College Math classes for almost 25 years. I enjoy working one on one to help my students completely understand the processes and logic used to correctly solve the problems the face.
My goal, first and foremost, is to come to understand where each student is at in terms of their understanding and their relationship to the subject. Some students have been scarred by the subject and some emotional repair and bolstering is necessary for getting back on track. In other words, the psychological and the emotional aspects of learning and test prep are paramount.
My teaching method is basically to let students gather all the knowledge they have and put them into categories and the specific type o question this equation is going to solve.
My approach to teaching is very different than others. As a teacher, I have learned to differentiate my instruction and cater to whatever your strongest learning style is, whether it is reading, doing, or listening. Each student learns differently and it's my goal as the instructor to find out how that person learns so he/she can maximize their potential. No one learns the same.
My teaching methodology is structured and step by step. I like to break things down as to help you understand on a simple level and increase the difficulty of the problems with having practice and knowledge of how to properly do them.
First, building a relationship with my students and scholars, and inspiring them to WANT to learn. Not just teaching with notes, but being hands on, or taking the time to explain something several different ways. If something does not work for a student I do not give up, but find out how they learn best and adjust accordingly.
First I find out what the student needs, then I meet them there. I often try to take the work out of underlying skills so they don't get discouraged by the newer harder topics. I try to make the topic relatable to the student.
For my methods of teaching mathematics, I believe practice is the best way of learning a new topic. Constant practicing will help you to understand the subject better and recognize any flaws or mistakes in your work. When it comes to memorization, flashcards are the best way to study. I have my own Quizlet account, in which I have created over 80 study sets for my classes.
I am currently a student majoring in Mathematics in college. I have taking math classes up until College Algebra and will be starting Pre-Calculus in the Spring of 2017. Math is definitely a subject that I am strong in.
I would approach each subject carefully in concept and text and then go through a hands on practical approach to ensure the proper learning is achieved.
My teaching method is to first walk through solving a math problem step by step, making sure the student is paying attention. I then devise a similar problem for the student to solve on his own, and I step in if the student feels he needs further help from me. After a few problems on which we collaborate, I have the student try a problem entirely without my assistance.
My teaching method is to incorporate the students in the lesson. I base my lesson on the level of the class. I usually approach each topic by reviewing the previous topic and showing the connection to the new topic.
My teaching method differs based on my clientele. Having worked with a wide range of clients in the fitness industry, I have become extremely adaptable to the best learning style of the individual. Whether teaching movement patterns or number patterns, I am patient and encouraging as a tutor and instructor.
Collaborate with all students to improve their math instruction skills. Start by discussing the goal for the math lesson, what it will look like, and plan as a team to be most effective.Together, think through the tasks and possible student responses i can encounter.Also to reflect on what did and didn’t work to improve your practice.
I use several strategies when it comes with tutoring math. However, I begin with testing the student's capacity to challenge oneself and face challenges. I make questions challenging, but not too challenging in order to build the student's confidence.
My name is Jenna and I am a student at Drexel University majoring in Mathematics and STEM education. I have been creating mathematics materials and teaching mathematics varying from kindergarten through high school for over a year. I have recently opened my own tutoring business: Get Real Tutoring.
My teaching method is helping fellow students find easier ways to solve problems that seem hard, I try to help them see things from a different perspective while at the same time, increasing their knowledge. I mainly tutor students in grade 10 or less in Math or English.
As someone who struggled with math throughout high school, I take a unique approach to teaching math with understanding because I know what it is like to struggle and not understand. I am committed to working with students and finding a method of explanation that results in full understanding of the subject.
The goal I have is to always for the student to learn, in his/her own pace. I try to make them visualize the problem and create a process to solve it, so they know how to approach similar problems in the future.
My teaching philosophy is to help students discover how to do things for themselves. We'll work together to summarize the current topic, discuss the core information, and apply it to problem solving exercises. Students will come away with a better understanding of the material and strategies for working out problems.
I base my teaching on individual need and learning style. Get to know the student to best teach them new things.
I am a graduate student in Materials Science at UPenn, with extensive subject expertise in mathematics, physics, chemistry and statistics. I also have a year of professional experience working as a solar engineer.
I try my best to make learning less boring and more interactive. Which in turn makes my student more focused on the study.
My teaching method is mainly based on trial and error. Math is a topic in which people tend to struggle but most of the time that struggle is what helps them learn. I like to make sure my students are working hard, that they are struggling a little bit, that they are using what they know and that I can be there to help them from getting too frustrated.
My teaching method is to educate first and by breaking the subject into fun exercises. I focus on the fun in learning to reach the ultimate success.
I like to focus on areas that students struggle most on first. I break it down step by step until the student understands it.
It depends on the student. There are unique ways of tutoring different people.
My name is Jim Foley and I have a Bachelors degree in Marketing from Temple University and a Masters in education from Neumann University. I coach high school basketball and I use students main interest to teach Math and make it fun.
My teaching method is through formative questions. I like to make the students think about what to do next through questioning them about what they're doing and what the end goal is. This is an effective means of getting the student to think for themselves and come up with the solution without me telling them how to do it.
I start by testing prior knowledge. Upon my findings, I work with students to see what is needed. Usually, I do math problems with students to bring knowledge about mathematical rules. Using different strategies, students will learn how to retain mathematical rules.
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