I listen to the student, diagnose the areas of need and prepare lessons that help build the students skill. I prepare the student for what will come, and I work at the student's pace and answer the student's questions.
I think that it's important to first see how a student works out a math problem in order to see where they are having trouble. From there, we can take steps in order to have a better understanding of math concepts and to help the student apply these concepts to solve a problem.
Instead of just writing equations out of nowhere, I prefer to motivate the concept with an application that tend to arise in day to day life, or with an application to the students interest. For example, when trying to discuss topics of torque, I would form a practice problem of a cyclist and the pedal dynamics. Using this example, I would slowly derive torque and angular momentum.
I'm a high school student, who has maintained a 4.0 overall grade point average for the past few years. I usually tutor basic math, intermediate algebra, geometry, and elementary level English. My general methods involve teaching how to solve a problem step-by-step, answering questions if there are any, and allowing the student to solve the problem autonomously.
I break down word problems and help student solve problems step by step. Colleagues say that I am very patient with students but really, this is a quality that I need so that I can work with students that need the help when they are having difficulty with the lesson content.
I teach in a simple and understanding way. I am clear and very knowledgeable of my content. I love to teach and my passion for teaching math grows everyday. I am fun, sometimes funny, I love to make my students laugh and smile, and I always find fun and engaging ways to make my students learn best through their personal needs and learning styles.
When I teach I start with the basics of the topic and like to provide examples in which I demonstrate how to approach the problem and then help the student to solve it. I like to relate topics to each other when necessary and to pause where any confusion arises and back track whenever its needed to ensure understanding.
We will start with a small test to asses your understanding and to find out what will be working on. From there we will begin with exercises and also reinforce basic math skills for the future. we will advance at your own pace to make sure you understand what will be covering.
I am a very respectful and patient tutor who won't get frustrated if you ask questions - as I was taught in the Army, "there is no such thing as a stupid question." So asky away! I also take care in demonstrating each and every step of the algebra- no skipping over "obvious" simplifications, for example.
I am detailed in instruction and attentive to students' individual needs. I start by assessing current academic strengths and weaknesses to determine areas of focus. I believe every child has potential and my goal is to draw out that potential.
I work to have patience and understanding of who I'm working with. I think everyone has the potential and gifts to succeed in doing math even if they don't love it, want it as a career or just want to get a passing grade.
In my experience, I have helped students from fifth grade to sophomores in college. Pictures, demonstrations and past-class references are the best ways I have found to teach others in the subject that I love. I am patient and understanding, as I know how to feels to struggle in certain subjects.
I employ a number of different visual and new aids while teaching any subject. My first endeavor while tutoring others is that they should be able to grasp the basics without any stress. I ensure that they are taught the techniques that allow them to retain the information for a long period of time.
I approach each topic by examining where the student is, and beginning from basic concepts that are already understood to bring the subject into a real-world application for better understanding. I have given lessons to individuals who are merely trying to pass a subject, as well as those who are learning for on the job purposes.
I like students to play an equally active role in the learning process. I like to play the primary role of coaching and facilitating student learning and overall comprehension of material, and also measure student learning through both formal and informal forms of assessment, like group projects, student portfolios, and class participation.
My teaching methodology is individualized to each student's specific needs. All students don't learn and accomplish their goals the same way and it's important for educators to approach each student differently and in a learning style that best fits their needs.
I usually tutor elementary and middle school aged students. My approach is to see where they are in understanding math and I try to make it as simple as possible. I like to explain everything and welcome questions on anything they do not understand.
I approach each topic through logic rather than helping students only pass an exam without learning anything. Instead of talking non stop, I make the student learn and walk him/her through the steps since mathematics requires the students efforts for maximum results.
My teaching method includes understanding the students goals and creating a plan to achieve them. I enjoy teaching students about my success / failures. Excellent at adjusting my skill level. My success is helping people achieve success, passing obstacles without issue.
I like to show the student step by step how the equations work and then have them do a few problems with me. This way helps them with memorization and comprehension of the problem. I have seen huge success with my method and will continue to use it.
My teaching method is one where the concept takes center stage. I like to make sure my students really learn and aren't just paying for the answers. After the concept is shown, I take conscious effort to "connect the dots", bringing the lesson to life.
My method of teaching varies student by student. The first meeting is spent creating an individualized method for success in the subject the student is studying. Most meetings begin by reviewing homework and in-class worksheets, then diving further into the material the student finds they need the most help.
I am an engineering student at the Colorado School of Mines. I give lessons to grades K-12 and a select number of introductory college math and science courses. My teaching method is to establish the foundation material, and ensure this is well known. After this is established, I add complexity and variation within the workload.
My teaching method is based around what each student already knows themselves. It is a tailored way of teaching. I have helped those at my math level and below. No matter what the issue with the type of math I break it down and help each person to understand ways to look at that will help them.
I encourage the kids to work through the problems themselves. The kids need to explain the reasoning behind the approach. Why did they solve the problem that way? What did they find? This helps the kid sort through their thoughts and they feel much more confident in problem-solving. Throughout I will be there as their mentor/ coach/ friend.
My teaching technique is having the student take a quiz and looks for what the person is missing a concept.
My teaching method is Socratic, done in a question-answer format where the student begins to see that they know the answer already. Math is s series of processes which never change regardless of the numbers used or the application at hand.
I teach in a way that is Student-Led. That means I try to get the student talking about steps to solving a problem. I give light pushes to struggling students just enough to keep them moving forward in their math problems, while allowing them to be in control of their success. I believe students learn better, when they aren't getting every single math problem explained to them.
I use a combination of variate instruction methods. Usually, my class would start identifying what the students know already about the topic and continue with opportunities for students to complete, connect or learn new things. There are interactive presentations, direct instruction, modeling procedures and plans to solve problems, lots of practice with immediate feedback.
My teaching methodology highly depends on the subject material being taught. However, I tend to focus on doing as many practice problems as possible so that students feel comfortable with the various styles of questions they can expect and know how to approach solving them.
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