My teaching method is I like to provide conceptions linked to the problems. I love to ask students to think about the problems first then let them solve it. If they struggle, I will suggest they look at the concepts and at the end, I would like to provide them my best answer and I compare it to student's solution also I suggest to discuss the problem father.
I strongly believe in the inquiry-based method of teaching, which is that I encourage students in a way in which they begin to ask themselves relevant questions that encourage thinking and learning. When a teacher asks many (guiding) questions, she or he sets the tone for students.
My teaching method is usually going over topics the student doesn't know. I base what I teach off of what the student is struggling with. I usually take it step by step and go over the topic using several examples until the student understands the process.
I have a passion for math and love to pass it on to other people! I believe people learn best when they understand the reasoning behind what they are learning. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics/Economics (one major) from University of California, Santa Barbara and a valid teaching credential for Secondary Mathematics.
I want each and every student to understand the subject and what it entails, not just how to do a specific problems. I attempt to create an understanding in the student that takes them much further than my tutoring sessions. I will first identify your deficiencies in the given subject, and then fix those problems along with proving a solid foundation to the subject.
I am a graduate of Penn State Brandywine with a Major in Letters, Arts and Science with a minor in International Studies. I am a graduate student at West Chester University and majoring in Certification in Early Grades Preparation/Special Education. I will be a certified teacher at the end of 2018.
I'm currently working on my Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. I understand that every student is different in their way of learning, so I believe in exploring subjects with students to find out the best way for them to learn. I'm a patient tutor, willing to work with any student regardless of their learning pace.
I have been tutoring for 15 years and I previously taught high school math for 6 years. I am well aware that math may not be most people's favorite subject, but it is my job, as a dedicated educator, to present the material in a way the student can comprehend.
I was a tutor in high school. I am ADHD so it is easy for me to work with other students with the same disability. I work with what the child knows then proceed with what the child needs help with. This sets an idea that the child can do it if he/she puts their mind to it. I believe that all children are capable of learning, just sometimes you have to find what motivated them.
my teaching method is to ask students questions and give them hints till they can have a grasp of the subject. my students are any age from elementary school to high school, and I'm also confident to tutor college students since we would be the same age and I can have a better understanding of their problems. I try to keep my tutoring sessions friendly and interactive.
My teaching methodology is using prior knowledge that the student have of the subject to teach the new math concepts. My goal is for the student to understand the math concept and teach the student the necessary mathematical skills to applied the concept in mathematical problems.
My teaching methodology ensures understanding because I won't move onto a new subject until one has completely understood it. I have a lot of real life experience so I will often use metaphors to relate certain topics to in order to make it more easily understood. I have teaching experience and have been a tutor in my AP Calculus class to fellow AP students.
I try and make math fun for kids. I don't expect them to learn extremely quickly or extremely slowly because every child has their own pace. Massive amounts of homework is unnecessary because critical thinking is far more important.
I explain the topic and objectives clearly. I target various learning styles, and explain concepts in different ways to help students better understand the concepts. I like to combine lecture, active learning. I also use technology, such as calculators and computer.
I am willing to teach any level, but I would probably be best suited for high school and older since I have never tutored younger ages. Since every student learns differently, my techniques for teaching differs with the student.
I base my classes the following way; first I have to know what the student knows, then I have to know what the student wants to learn afterwards I teach him step by step till he or she reaches his or her goal in learning.
I am dedicated to student’s success by requiring them to think critically through creating a positive classroom environment that encourages discussion and participation. My teaching style is student centered and requires students to use problem solving skills that will help them be successful in their careers. I assess the math levels of my students and then teach accordingly.
My teaching method is tailored to each student. I believe every student learns in a different way and needs to be pushed more or less, and given more or less independence. I am definitely receptive to feedback and will work with the client and any relevant parties (i.e. parents) to modify my approach as appropriate.
Every student has different learning needs and goals they wish to acomplish. I approach every student differently depending on their learning styles and needs. I approach homework problems by being student driven, asking leading questions to let the student drive and learn, and demonstrate by example if needed, allowing the student to always try on his/her own.
I embrace the predominantly Asian approach to teaching mathematics in schools, called the "mastery approach unlike the traditional US approach where the emphasize is on a "mind set" approach. Under the mastery approach, students learn a specific concept before moving on to more complex ideas, in a rigidly linear progression.
My teaching includes one-on-one as well as group. I base my classes on the pace and skill level of each course with my approach in trying to be as straight and to the point as possible. This leads to an opportunity to answer questions without being too lost in the details.
Lesson Plan will be based on the individual student's needs . Lessons will be taught in such a way that the students get rid of their fear and become confident to tackle any problem with ease. They will start loving Math.
I work a problem or two with the student. After that I let them solve them out while lending a helping hand should they need it. I then try to make a problem to ensure the student has grasped the concept. I am very patient and always ask if the student has any questions as to how and why I got to the solution I did.
My teaching method is shown by guiding a student through certain steps and equations that apply well and aid the student toward an answer and clear understanding. I always maintain an easy pace that conforms to a student's speed and personal knowledge.
My teaching method is patience, patience, patience. I have tutored multiple kids, ranging from elementary school to high school. I like taking some time to first get to know the student and their learning habits before I enforce and requirements upon them.
Whenever I teach math to students, I like to provide explanations and examples first before going into the lesson. Giving students prior knowledge of what the lesson will be about helps myself and the student understand the lesson more effectively.
I like to break down each subject and help my students learn a little at a time until they see the whole picture. I can help with homework, projects, or studying for large exams. I like to focus on what the student feels like is most important and help them achieve their goals.
I teach/tutor at all levels from middle school to college undergrad at all levels of development. I follow a concept-based methodology -- your success at learning a topic isn't complete until you fluidly understand how to rebuild the topic yourself.
This depends on the subject but my favorite quote is "Practice makes perfect". Electrical Engineering degree was one of hardest one among other engineer degrees. I did a lot of practice after class and while helping others provides me with more chances to practice my knowledge of the subject. Eventually, I become good at it so practice is my methodology to learn.
My teaching method is very hands-on and starts from a foundational basis. I always have students work on problems to learn material from the ground up rather than lecture at them. As far as lesson structure goes, if students come to me non-regularly I try to cater to what the student needs in that moment and be somewhat to the point.
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