My teaching is geared very much to the individual kids and needs of my classroom. Of course the goal is to get the right answer but I really try to make sure students understand the methodology and how we got there.
My teaching method adapts to the needs of the individual student's needs. My focus is on closing any academic gaps. I am an advocate for project-based instruction collaborated with personalized learning. Students will learn complete independence along with guidance instruction.
Understanding concepts of K-12 math, pre-algebra, and algebra is very challenging, I've been through the struggles. My teaching consists of working step by step with the student and utilizing youtube, white board, and imaginary problems in order to grasp concepts.
I teach by allowing students to ask questions. That is the key to good learning. I like to support students by going through problems step by step. Also, I bring humor into my lessons. That is very important in such a dry subject.
I like to make a lot of the problems as if it was real world. I prefer taking the shorter method than the long ones because there is less room for error. I like to sometimes teach in a group. I have realized when you teach in a group, other students can help teach each other.
I am very passionate about education and mathematics. I put forth as much effort to help my students as I expect for them to put forth in trying their best. My ultimate goal is for my students to be able to independently solve problems and be able to explain each step with confidence.
I believe that all students can learn math, but not all teachers can teach. Everyone learns differently and I believe in teaching a way that is specific to each client. I also believe that teaching a subject is very different from knowing a subject and for this reason, I will only tutor up to Calculus 1.
I teach based on the methodology I have found as I taught myself math. I try to teach the easiest and fastest way that teachers do not really emphasize. Also, I give examples to help students figure out the way to solve the problem instead of giving the answer right away. I have been using this method since it helps students understand easier and improve their critical thinking skills.
I believe that clarity, patience and positivity are key to a good educational methodology. A student who feels comfortable enough to ask any question will have more fun and learn faster than one who feels intimidated or pressured.
I used to work at an Elementary School as a Computer Teacher. My approach was to try to find a way to relate to a student then explain a topic they may not understand, in a different way that they can relate to. I make sure that the person I am tutoring, actually gets the material, instead of just giving out answers. I want you to succeed.
I wasn't always interested in school and education. It is when I first started middle school is when I found something about myself. I found out that I hate history and I love math. History and I are enemies because I hated memorizing all the facts and dates and class always seemed boring. With math, I felt comfortable with the content.
I give lessons to anyone in math up to calculus. I write notes for instruction with the student, so nearly everything covered will be summarized at the end of the lesson, and student-tutor interaction is constant throughout the process. Practice problems are typically given after note-taking, with tutor guidance as needed. Patience is key to a successful session.
I can teach any level of Math going from Arithmetic to Calculus. I also have been doing SAT and ACT prep as well as helping students prepare for college with placement test practice and college-readiness classes. Due to my experience I can easily adapt and follow curriculum and requirements from different schools, teachers and a variety of curriculum resources.
I tailor lessons to the individual needs of my students. I've tutored over 400 students at every level and with every sort of interest or challenge. Basically, I really like my students and will do whatever I can to help them succeed.
I tutor fifth and sixth grade mathematics. My teaching method is breaking down the question asked and working it out step-by-step. Once the correct answer has been found, I would instruct the student to do problems similar until they fully grasp the content.
My Teaching methodology is discussion based I want the student to think about the problem and to critically evaluate and suggest the solution. In that way the student better understands the topic and is able to tackle any problem in that topic.
I am a second year- sophomore student in college at Pittsburgh. I have been teaching at Mathnasium (a math institute) for the past 3-4 years. There, I taught students from grades preK to 12 (and sometimes college students). I can teach anywhere between basic elementary school math to advanced high school math. I even help students prepare for SAT Math.
In addition to my experience with university-level students, I have worked for three years as a substitute teacher at the middle and high school levels. As someone who struggles to memorize large quantities of information, I teach toward understanding so that students can relate concepts to other things they already know.
My teaching method is to adapt to the student's learning strength. This may vary from lots of practice questions and demonstrations. Each lesson builds on previous lessons and mini quizzes are given to help reinforce concepts to help the student master the content.
I graduated from high school from Magnolia High School. I have a Bachelors degree and a Masters degree in secondary mathematics education. Both of my degrees are from Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia. I have been teaching for 20 years. Of those 20 years, about 16 of them were spent teaching various math classes.
I employ a teaching style catered to each student's individual pace and needs. I do my best to quickly determine where a student is struggling, and give them the tools they need to practice those skills on their own. This not only saves valuable minutes during lessons, but teaches my students "how to fish" on current and future assignments instead of simply giving them the answers.
I like to guide each student into understanding each problem by not just showing how to complete it but but by showing why that process is effective and correct. I very much enjoy seeing that "ah ha" moment when a student finally understands what has been stumping them for so long.
I provide lessons for middle school, high school and college student, or students at any level wishing to learn/review middle and high school math topics My teaching method is catered to each learner specifically. I like to find new ways to help each student in order for each student to be the most successful.
I graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Math Education and am comfortable teaching anything from Pre-Algebra to Calculus. I am a very personable educator, who focuses on the fundamental understanding behind each lesson. I typically start by an overview of what you need to know, then work through examples with my student, and finally let them try examples on their own.
I look to evaluate what topics need reinforcement the most and which of the details or finer points the student seems to be missing that is causing them difficulty. I then try to teach alternative methods or new ways to approach the problems as well as explain how they can use and understand the textbook and online resources while they are not working with me.
Unorthodox. They want me to expand this into 40 more words. You tell me where your struggling, you tell me what your goals are, and I map out a way to get there. Even if I am the umpteenth tutor that you have reached out to, I know I can assist you in reaching what ever goal for the subject you may have.
My approach is to ensure the student both understands the material and can apply the knowledge learned to achieve any level of math success.
I am very passionate about teaching and making sure the student understands. I have many different styles of teaching and the one(s) that I use depend on the student. In order to discover which tool to use, I need to understand what type of learner the student is, which usually takes about 10 minutes of solving sample problems.
I approach each lesson individually. Every student learns differently and it is extremely important to meet the student where they are at and then help them grow and learn from there. I believe that every student has the ability to learn.
I prefer students to come to me with materials to review, assignments to work on, and questions. I find that I excel in my ability to explain a given topic/concept in multiple ways, and can relate complicated concepts to real-life examples and comparisons. I am patient and understanding. I love to learn and I enjoy aiding others in doing the same.
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