My way of teaching vary depends on the student's needs. In general, I expect the students to message me the topics/questions ahead of time so I can prepare the lessons (including the basic knowledge related to the topic, examples, practice questions and etc.). I will create google documents and share it with the student, so they will be able to look it up every time they are confused.
My teaching philosophy is simple: Be on time and you will learn everything you need from me. Trust in the process. Don't expect miracles to happen the first week.
I use multi-modal methods of instruction for all ages, but specialize in grades 8 -12 and university-level English. My favorite math subjects to teach are Algebra and Geometry. I try to make learning appeal to all learning styles and typically utilize the method of Gradual Release.
My teaching method is understanding each student's ability and approach problems with students together. I focus on students not memorizing but understanding the context so they can solve any kind of problem.
I have been tutoring most of my life. I tutored several years at the colleges I've attended and privately. I've helped the students understand the foundation of math. I've also explained new methods that were being introduced. Academia is constantly changing the way that math problems are being solved. I stay abreast with the changes by constantly learning and increasing knowledge.
I structure my lessons around the unique needs of my students. I meet them where they are at and fill in the gaps of math knowledge they lack, while pushing them forward to meet new challenges with success.
I give lessons to high school and college students interested in bolstering their understanding of core math and science concepts. I subscribe to the test-teach-test approach. Each type of problem is first approached without help, then instruction is given based on any apparent issues and finally the student tries again until they get it right.
I give lessons to high school to AP level science and mathematics classes. I believe in reinforcing the foundations before progressing onto more advanced topics, and I am very responsive to student feedback. In addition, I stress the practical and lab-based applications of abstract science topics.
My teaching method is different for each student. I believe everyone learns in different ways and thus I will base my lessons on how each student learns best. My goal is also to build a friendly environment where the student is not afraid to express their confusion.
Most of my students are College Algebra and Intermediate Algebra. My teaching is simple, and I adopt my teaching style individually to maximize the effectively of my student. I like to start my teaching from what my student already knows.
I have two main parts to my teaching style- independence of the student and unconditional positive regard. The first part involved encouraging the student to try to solve problems themselves, encouraging them to practice as though I weren't there to help them. This helps build students confidence when they realize how much they know.
I will try to cover the material topic by topic, help the student to understand each topic. Find the topics that students needs more help try to do more problems on those topics, regularly test the student on topics we cover to make sure the learn them. Try to check the homework and find issues if there is any.
I prefer to incorporate a method of fun into any material a student and i cover, so as to make the overall experience more pleasant and less forced. I am a stickler for little details, since a strong foundation is absolutely necessary for a firm grasp of any subject.
I love to learn how each of my students sees their progress in math. I like to know where they struggle and where they are successful. I try to find their strengths and help them climb the math knowledge ladder by asking them questions to find gaps in their knowledge and then I give them they instruction they need.
I am flexible to work with any textbook, and I aim to explain concepts using hands on methods. I believe every student has the potential to get an A in the desired math course, and I will do my best to let any student succeed. Specifically for AP Calculus students, I know that the course may be difficult - especially the AP Exam.
My preferred method of tutoring is to help the student arrive to the answer, instead of explicitly telling them the answer. I guide them along based on what they know so they can arrive to the conclusion themselves. This works a majority of the time.
My teaching method consists primarily of Backward Design (goal oriented) with individual, math prescriptions to facilitate maximum student learning--from Algebra to Calculus. Demonstrating understanding of math graphically, analytically with excellent computational skills, and with confirmation by passing State and Advanced Placement exams.
First, building a relationship with my students and scholars, and inspiring them to WANT to learn. Not just teaching with notes, but being hands on, or taking the time to explain something several different ways. If something does not work for a student I do not give up, but find out how they learn best and adjust accordingly.
My approach to everything is to start off with the big picture. After the overall main concept is understood, details are added to fully grasp the topic. I don't use your typical powerpoint presentations. I use pen and paper to demonstrate breakdown of each concept step by step.
I work with motivated students at the high school and college levels, to minimize their math anxiety, to build their self-confidence, to teach them the work they don't know in order for them to gain mastery of their coursework. Since each student learns differently, my lessons are designed to meet the unique learning needs of each student.
I focus my tutoring on exactly what the student needs in order to learn the most and get the best grades that they are able to achieve. I focus on teaching course material, going through likely exam problems and going through their homework.
As a student myself, I will teach the way the students want to be taught. Peer to peer learning has been proven to be the most effective way of learning a new subject. I will assure patience for as long as the student has learned the subjects in a way that he/she can understand it well.
My teaching method involves first working to improve the skills and knowledge that the student already has then working to teach new topics from this foundation. Learning math requires practice and after determining what the student already knows, I will have a better idea of what topics and questions the student would need to practice on to improve their understanding of the material.
I believe learning should be easy and painless if not even fun. I know certain subjects are not for everyone but you'd be surprised how things can make sense when explained the right way.
My approach to helping the student learn is to go over the required content and reiterate the most important points such that it is easy for the student to understand. Once the core concepts are considered and understood, practice problems will be assigned in order to achieve mastery and comfort with every topic. My ideology when it comes to learning math, it learning how to DO math.
My teaching methods consist of using the student’s feedback after the explanation of each topic. Topics include the theory, how to apply it, and notation and correctness of algebra. Feedback will show me how good the student grasped the concepts.
I've tutored quite a bit in mathematics, and the most important thing for tutoring math is to build on what you know. There is no point in learning how to solve an equation if you can't add first. So my goal will be to solidify a students basics and what they already know, and build from that.
To teach a topic, I teach myself the topic by exploring multiple ways of understanding and doing problems. Then when the student I teach the fundamentals of the topic, followed by practice problem over practice problems over practice problems. For each practice problems, the goal is to do them in more than one way to reiterate the fundamentals.
I like an experimental approach to tutoring. I often let the student take a step back and look at the fundamentals to suggest their best strategy and reasonable estimatation to a problem. For example, to solve a challenging math problem, retreating to the most basic rules and patterns of the lesson can be beneficial to approach the situation differently.
My tutoring techniques are focused around teaching the student the logic and derivation of such concepts, as opposed to primarily memorization. I aspire to spark curiosity in the subject and encourage the student to explore different paths to solving the same problem.
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