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.
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.
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.
I teach by trying to understand what you already know and building on that. I don't like to think of myself as a teacher, but more of a supplemental resource to help you understand a certain subject or idea. I like to start by having you show me what you know and I will fill in the rest.
From my own experience, I use many tips, patterns, and acronyms to help memorize formulas and concepts in math. I believe that practice problems and mock exams are very helpful, I will grade and go over strategies to improve their problem solving skills. I have some practice exams from UC Berkeley calculus classes to help students who are looking for more advanced problems as well.
I have a Bachelor's in Chemistry and I help anyone who needs it (high school or college). I typically explain at my level of knowledge and slowly simplify my explanation until it is good enough for my student to understand.
I am able to give tutoring services to students ranging from freshmen in high school who are preparing for the ACT or SAT, to college students currently (or soon to be) enrolled in a college-level Math class. I can tutor in all mathematics subjects and in intro-level Physics classes.
My teaching method is a balance between being thorough and compartmentalizing subjects/concepts. I always try to show students the meaning behind concepts so they understand the topic, rather than just teaching them meaningless formulas. I believe that there are no students who can't succeed, only teachers who haven't discovered how to teach in a way a student would understand.
I teach math all school levels. I love math and chemistry, and I try to transmit this feeling to my students telling them to practice. I would give 2 to 3 ways to solve a problem and then you are going to decide which one is the easiest for you, anyway we are going to have the same result which is important.
I seek to share my knowledge with all those willing to listen, and enjoy taking the time need for the student to truly understand the topic. Examples are key to demonstrating the best approach, and interactive learning is invaluable to the progress of the student.
I like to first present a topic and try and put it in easier terms that are at least roughly analogous and that will help people understand it's meaning. For example, in explaining how derivatives are, I would explain that they are the INSTANTANEOUS slope of any given point. Then, I like to refer to a few easy examples, gradually increasing the level of difficulty.
Introduce topics using multiple representations. Solve the problems many ways. Have students communicate their reasoning. Help student develop their own way to solve problems. Finish class with a summary.
I can give anyone in calculus ab or below lessons, as well as proof read papers. When teaching, I tend to gear my methods towards what I find to be best for the student. Initially, I will have the student inform me of the ways in which he/she believes they learn best, and then formulate my methods towards them.
My idea of teaching is to not only help students learn the material for the exam, but to also help them develop the skills they need to succeed in future math and science courses. Learning the sciences can be frustrating, and I realize that not every student will learn in the same way. I make sure to teach the material in a variety of ways so that all learning types may benefit.
I teach by encouraging guided discussion and hands on work. In the past few years there have been multiple studies that show the best way to learn and absorb knowledge in the STEM related fields is by submerging yourself in the topic with discussion, and working with teams.
I approach lessons by understanding the thought process of my student. If I can attempt to understand how the student is approaching the problem, then I can better explain what might be going wrong or if they are missing a step.
I am a high school Educator with a degree in the Biological Sciences, and 2 masters degrees in Teaching and Public Health. Although I teach students grades 9-12 I have extensive tutoring experience with students in all grade levels k-12 and university, and in a variety of subject areas.
In what I do, as I both teach AND learn, I place a much greater emphasis on "why" matters are as they are (and not otherwise) than I do on rote memorization or simple computation. My belief is that, not only is a greater understanding of nature / the natural sciences achieved in this way, but this approach also leads to greater rates of success (in terms of academic achievement).
I love teaching and working one on one with students. As an online teacher I spend a lot of of time tutoring students online. I give many examples and will help students through their course work. I also try to use humor to keep students interested in what they are learning.
I begin by having a conversation and self-assessment of what the student feels is hindering their progress or causing confusion (if anything). If there are roadblocks I look to see what foundational concepts that relate to those topics that may be holding the student back.
My teaching methodology changes with the need of my students but always includes modeling. I utilize a lot of props such as puppets, charts, pictures, games, Total Physical Response and more. I approach each topic with enthusiasm and relate it to real life experiences in order to help the student feel comfortable with the topic.
I Use examples. Give solution and help understand. If the student needs any help with the answer, I will help. I can break down down solutions into steps for better understanding and happy to take any questions and work with the student.
My teaching methodology is “hands on” learning and teaching for meaning. I do not just give students formulas to following. I help them to understand what is happening. Many of the teachers that I have taught learned by old methods and I help the unlearn the ole follow the rule and instead try to build understanding.
I teach based on comprehension, not memorization. Instead of accepting a formula or concept at face value, I explain where it came from, and why it works. My focus is on problem solving strategies based on a big-picture understanding, by creating a strong conceptual foundation at any level.
Two people need to be prepared for a session: the tutor, and the student; therefore, I require students to email me all problems on which we will be working--both conceptual and arithmetical, and in plenty of time for me to review them. I want my students to understand what the math is saying.
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