I am a junior in college studying mathematics, and I have experience in subjects such as algebra 1 and 2, geometry, precalculus and calculus, statistics, differential equations, discrete math, etc. The math I can teach ranges from elementary all the way to college level courses.
I take an organic approach to my tutoring. I try to learn how each student learns, where their strengths and weaknesses are, and apply a open-minded, growth mindset to teach them how to do their best in the subject. I try to inspire confidence through a deep understanding of whatever subject is being taught.
My methods often involve teaching novel concepts to students, assisting with homework, and breaking down difficult material into more understandable terms. I come from a family of engineers and was always taught to understand the root of concepts in order to be able to apply them fluidly when problem-solving.
The ages I help the most are elementary students and my own peers. I like to talk people through the problem while working it out so that they can understand methods and work problems out on their own. I am also aware of the fact that as a high school student, I am still learning new ideas, as well.
I want to help my students learn the tools they need to excel in their classes. I understand that no two students learn the same, and I am committed to helping each student in the way that is best for them. I am easy to get in contact with and quick to respond. I have experience with students of all ages, from Elementary School to college level students.
I tutor college students of all levels. Everyone learns at a different pace; my methodology of teaching is to pace myself with my students and work with whatever is comfortable with them to achieve their goals. It is important to gauge what my students know and don't know, so that I can assist them to the best of my ability.
I'm accustomed to teaching students ages 10-18, but I can try to teach anyone. My teaching method includes discovering the weaknesses of my students through practice tests, then addressing these weaknesses. I then teach the fundamentals of the topic and allocate assignments I've personally developed to reinforce what my students have learned.
I teach students not just on how to solve problem but also on understanding why the solutions are made; and I guide them to build skills to help themselves, and to apply their math skills to analyze and solve real world problems.
My teaching method is a kind of top-down approach. I explain what can be done with the subject to incite as much interest as I can, then I go back to the bare basics and why you need to learn them in order to make your dreams come true.
My teaching method is to start with the basics. If one doesn't know the foundation concepts, then it becomes much harder to learn the more advanced topics. I strive to make students master the basics then build them up to mastering the more complex topics to understand.
•UNC-CH with a •Taught high school students that did not want to learn •TEACHER OF THE YEAR •Laid back, Fun, Experienced, Like-able, Effective, Patient, Established, Intelligent, Understandable •Individualizing students' learning methods is key in teaching my students concepts which they could never understand.
My teaching method is "whole brain learning" and fun repetition through various methods like games, activities, videos, and writing. I give lessons to those needing assistance in mathematics and life sciences up to 12th grade. My methods are typically to assess the student first and discuss goals followed by collaborative practice where I model, observe, prompt, encourage, and track progress.
Students often get discouraged when seeing a problem that looks foreign to them. I believe that it is this discouragement that hinders them from understanding, rather than not "being smart." My ultimate goal is to let the student discover their own intelligence and guide them in their thought process so that they may be able to think outside the box and solve problems on their own.
I focus my teaching on student needs; immediate test preparation, homework problem solution methods with numerous examples, or starting the topic from scratch. I provide Summary Sheets to my students for all topics in Math or Physics so that students can review and retain what they learn through repetition.
Curiosity is the main driver of learning. As a basic principle of learning, it makes little sense to force students to memorize large reams of text that they will either begrudgingly recall or instantly forget. The key is to let students focus on exploring an area which interests them and learn about it for themselves.
My teaching style is flexible, and generally it depends on the level of the student. (So far I've tutored middle school and high school students, but I'm open to undergaduate students as well) I like to focus on the intuition that can lead to understanding in physics, and try to communicate it in a way that anyone can understand.
My tutoring style tends to lean toward example problems. At first, I do one or two problems going over the topic at hand, then have the people I am tutoring attempt similar problems on their own, at first with quite a bit of guidance, and then on their own until they show that they have mastered the concept.
My teaching method is unique based on the person's learning capabilities and utilizing the best learning approach on an individual basis. I am in the Lansing area and have a Bachelor's and Masters from Michigan State University. I have assisted in high school students graduating and have a 100% passing history.
My teaching philosophy is based on the active involvement of the students in their own learning. Help them to develop a conceptual framework as well as to develop problem-solving skills. Promote student discussion and group activities in the class. Always relate the physics topic with some practical device being applied in daily life.
I know that you have the answers, but sometimes you just need to be asked the right questions. I'll walk you through the easiest problem solving procedure for whatever questions you're asked. My target audience is physics and engineering students.
I have learned from exceptional education researchers and curriculum designers to remember common pitfalls in understanding that students find while learning physics and mathematics. Having recently studied undergraduate physics and math, those challenges are still fresh, and I focus on them.
I base my classes on approaching the material that the student identifies as their weakness, and building up their confidence incrementally using the Socratic method, once the student has a grasp conceptually, we move on to approaching applications through problem sets.
I tailor each lesson to the needs, learning style, and interest of the individual student. I believe strongly in asking the student questions and constantly engaging them in the learning process. One of the most important things I try to instill in my students is a sense of confidence in their own abilities.
My teaching methodology is to help the learner discover their learnign style. All students can learn, we just have to figure out what works best for that student. We don't all learn the same way and that is what makes us unique.
I come from a family of teachers. My mother teaches high school math, my father substitute teaches, and with their knowledge combined with my AVID training, I have found the best way to teach students of any level is to see where they are struggling, and try to guide them to an understanding by rephrasing or re-approaching the subject from a new direction.
I graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelors of Science in Veterinary Science and will be starting Veterinary School this fall. I can offer tutoring in math up to university level calculus and linear algebra, chemistry, and biology. As a recent graduate, I offer a fresh and understanding point of view.
I believe in spending less time explaining theorems and putting much more time into working examples. I always start with the easiest examples possible and slowly work up to the more difficult ones. Doing this allows you to see where a student may have issues.
I am Chemical Engineering graduate with a minor in Mathematics. I tutor students up to Algebra 2. My techniques and methods are based on assessing and filling in gaps, providing a firm foundation for students and building up to current material. Some students miss key concepts in school that leave them struggling for years to come.
I have a love for learning that inspires students with a passion for education and for the course material. I constantly renew myself as a professional on my quest to provide students with the highest quality of education possible. I have no fear of learning new teaching strategies or incorporating new technologies into lessons, and I'm always willing to share what i've learned with colleagues.
"The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination". - Albert Einstein This quote by the great Albert Einstein depicts how I like to approach tutoring. The idea of intelligence spans well past knowledge of a concept.
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