I approach each topic and strategy with breaking the question and what it wants down. Whether it's in test prep, math, government, whatever, I feel you can always go back to the basics. When you break the question into chunks, it's easier to understand what the question wants from you.
I base all of my lesson on scientifically based curriculum and standards they evoke thought based learning. I enjoy using hands-on approaches that build critical skills and promotes mastery of the curriculum. I have worked with students between Kindergarten and adult learners. Although I push for excellence, I also understand that every student is unique.
I teach the basic background and give examples. Then I help the student with the homework assignments, by giving hints on how to do them and then if necessary guiding the student to complete each assignment. I try to relate each assignment to past assignments already completed by the student.
My approach is to answer your questions and not to repeat things you already know. I like to cut to the chase and if it doesn’t make sense then we can go a little deeper to exactly where things click with you. I’m extremely patient and I take the extra mile of making sure you get things as well as you’re comfortable with.
My teaching method is all about you. After initial assessments and discussions, I let the student weaknesses, strengths, and progress drive the path of the sessions. In each session, I guide students through example and practice problems to prepare them to achieve above the minimum and truly understand the course material.
I first try to analyze the level of the student's understanding of the subject and his/her depth in the concepts and based on that i design a methodology and a create a curriculum so that the student understands the subjects easily and clearly.
My teaching method is learning by example. I design my own set of problems based on the course and assign/help students to solve them. I go beyond to help my students become successful in the course and make them able to solve challenging problems.
With a first-class honors degree in physics, I can teach up to degree-level physics, and math up to high school level. I am a patient teacher, with an informal, enthusiastic approach to sharing my knowledge, and believe in tailoring my methods to each individual student.
I tutor by attempting to work myself out of a job. I know that people learn by connecting new novel information to information that they already understand. I teach through finding what it is that someone knows and trying to figure out the disconnect between what they know and what they don't. I focus on helping them understand the disconnect as a means of learning how to learn.
My teaching approach is multi-fold. For me the teaching methodology is the key for the student's success. I start explaining the concept with examples and in lay man terms. With the step by step approach the content details increases and i try to inculcate the habit of practicing problems regularly.
I am a graduate engineering student. I can teach mathematics students in high school and first two years in the university. I can also teach physics in high school. My methodology involves knowing the student initial knowledge about the topic, introducing the topic, discussing and explaining the topic giving out of exercise and solving of problems together.
I am an experienced elementary school teacher who specializes in teaching math. I have a masters in elementary education and I have studied teaching math at the graduate level at the University of Maryland. I believe in using the socratic method and involving the student in their education.
I am currently a Junior at Texas State University. I am pursuing a B.S. in Applied Mathematics with a minor in Business Administration. I have a 3.0 GPA. I have tutored through my university and have completed 75+ hours of coursework which I believe more than qualifies me to be able to help other students in the areas of study that I have indicated.
I am a sophomore in college with a Engineering major. My focus is to explain material the simplest way possible providing visuals and practice problems. I understand that everyone learns differently and I'm willing to accommodate to student's learning style.
I am a professor emeritus in the physics department at the University of South Carolina. I have a Ph. D. in nuclear physics from The University of Texas at Austin. I have been teaching and tutoring students from K-12, undergraduate and graduate school.
I have taught Math to students in grades 6 to college level for the past 20 years with a high success rate. This past year, 100% of my Algebra 1 students passed their EOC exam and received high school credit. I enjoy giving tips and tricks to help you remember the difficult formulas and steps to solve the problems. I like to involve you in the learning process as well.
EDUCATION Florida Institute of Technology B.S.
I'm open to teaching any level of math or physics. I tend to approach subjects by starting with the fundamentals and carefully setting up the problem. I find that most trouble with a subject comes from instructors skipping steps or trying to avoid introducing a topic thoroughly due to time constraints.
My teaching method is dependent on the quality of the problem I am presented with and the method with which you learn some students are visual learner some others are theoretical learner and some others are kinesthetic learners. I will tackle the issue with the student and break it down piece by piece and rely on questions to know what to answer and how to answer.
Every students' level of achievement is different. This requires teaching the deficiencies and foundation necessary to proceed to the next level. Math depends on building blocks of knowledge supporting each succeeding level of computations. My objective is supporting the understanding of each level to obtain a comfortable proficiency.
My teaching methods are to break down the problem and make sure the student knows every part! I also like to find multiple options of how to solve problems so the student can use whatever one the understand best!
I base my class in the idea to motivate the students for the contents I am teaching. I like to show them that Mathematics, Computer Science, and Sciences in general, they make sense. I prepare my lesson with a logical sequence, starting from the most easy content, and addressing the student to the most difficult content of each lesson.
My teaching method varies based on my student. My goal is keep student engaged in the lesson. My teaching method depends on what type of learner my student is.
My goal with any student is to make them feel comfortable enough to ask questions and express when they need help. When they do need help, I believe it is best to “guide” them to the answer through questions rather than giving it to them.
My teaching method would just have to depend on the student I am teaching. What ever their type of learning style is and how they learn the easiest. I am able to teach by all different types of learning methods.
Although I have yet to teach, in class since I always understood the subjects, other students would ask for help so I would work 1 on 1 with them step by step explaining the function of each component and why it was used and declare any mistakes that were made and why they were not correct.
I find out each student likes and dislikes and what motivates to do their best in the classroom and at home during homework time. Whatever their response is I try to incorporate it in every lesson. I also have incentive prices they can work toward just to give them something great to look forward too as well as get on the right path of success.
My teaching methods consist of starting with the easy portions of what I'm teaching, in order to grant a sense of comfort, then moving on to harder sections as we go. I always start with showing my student how to calculate a math problem, with easy to understand ideas. Then I allow them to try it on their own, and assist where help is needed.
If the tutoring is for a class and there is homework given, my tutoring sessions consist of completing any homework assignments in that class, going over the homework and reviewing any parts in particular that were tricky.
My teaching method varies per student. Whether a student is more of a visual, hands-on, or listening type of learner, I always try to help in ways that are best and most comfortable for them. I pride myself on patience, repetition, and clear and concise explanations.
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