- Bachelor of Science degree in theoretical mathematics from the U. S. Naval Academy - Master of Science degree in applied mathematics from the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School I often use the Socratic method of teaching.
I'm able to clearly explain complex concepts by building on what the student already knows. I'm patient and able to adapt my explanations and teaching methods until understanding is gained. I like to ask the student follow-up questions to assess for understanding and opportunities for further clarification or learning.
My main focus is to create an environment where my students can achieve their goals all while gaining a deeper understanding of the subject at hand. My 28-years of experience allows me a deeper understand of how to make mathematics more engaging for students of all abilities.
I use observatory methods to determine my teaching methods. After asking tutee questions, paying attention to which methods (visual, kinetic, etc.) work best, I assess the type of learner that the tutee is. If the tutee is a visual learner, I create and repeat examples for the tutee to learn. If the tutee learns by doing, I teach the methods and allow him/her to learn by trial and error.
The efficacy of our tutoring programs are due in large part to a teaching philosophy based on an interactive learning process which is designed to make the student’s educational experience more interesting and enjoyable while adhering to the highest academic standards.
When helping someone overcome a road block in learning, I believe in approaching the topic from a different angle until one works. Visual, auditory, and tactile styles can all be used to find one that works. I have used whiteboards for repetition, color coded diagrams, analogies, and more to look at the information from all angles. Everyone learns in a unique way and at a unique pace.
I am a medical physician with experience in General Practice and Obstetrics and Gynecology. Over years of teaching I have adapted an approach that fits best with students goals. Upon initiating a lesson plan, I encourage students to be open about their goals and commitments, which I feel contributes to success in achieving course performance and entrance to Universities and Graduate Programs.
I like doing hands on activities because it helps people work better, it also helps stimulates them when processing different things, many people are also visual learners like me. Any problem that’s difficult will be worked through step by step.
I uniquely get students "to see" something they are familiar with that is associated with the solutions and answers. [ Most teachers don't do this.]. Then we work to learn how to solve the problems. I started co-teaching while a junior in high school.
My method is different for each person. Not everyone learns the same way. In the past I have helped students by going along with what they are doing in class to help them get a better understanding of what is being taught.
I like mindmaps, flashcards, analogies, I often use diagrams in my own notes and like to write summaries on the topics I’m learning, memory training, bullet points, google slides, working with apps, brainstorming, open-ended questions, discussions, YouTube videos
My teaching method revolves around the students. Each child is unique and learns in a different way, so I prepare lessons according to how the student learns best. A lot of my teaching uses pictures and diagrams to help organize children’s thoughts and help them understand abstract concepts.
I am patient with my students and will make sure that they understand the topic thoroughly, answering any questions and not giving up on explaining any concept. I base my classes around what the student is having the most trouble with as well as reviewing the concepts they know the gist of, but aren't totally comfortable with.
My teaching method is more on demonstration which includes deductive and inductive reasoning. I also use some games in my activites that allows them to use what they have learned in a fun way. I give drills to sharpen their memory and understanding and problem solving activities based on their level and needs so they can relate and use the lessons practically and in real life situations.
My teaching methodology is centered around mastery. It is often not enough for a student to be able to solve a problem correctly once, twice, or even three times. I am committed to your student being able to trust in themselves that they can solve any problem given to them, no matter the formatting or wording.
(I am a Kinesthetic learner) I will likely try and teach step-by-step through math problems, by showing how to do it and then asking you to try it. I will find the student's mistakes and then correct them. My goal is to make sure the student understands how to work a problem.
Mathematics is not easy for everyone. I believe working through every problem giving real examples and tricks with step by step processes to solving problems is the way to learn. With every concept, I break down the problem into tangible steps that are easy to follow and easy to learn. This technique can be applied with any level of mathematics.
I believe in an individualized teaching methodology specific to each person. Some students learn better with visual/audio aids while others learn best from reading. I work with my tutees to determine the most efficient tutoring approach at the beginning and make adjustments as we go.
My teaching methods are dependant upon the children I teach!!!!!! It has been my experience that each child requires individual teaaching methods.
The youngest students I have tutored are first graders with learning disabilities which I enjoyed! I do prefer helping with more challenging math like college algebra and calculus but math can be challenging at any level. I prefer to review with students what they know about a topic and review notes they may have taken in class on the subject (so as not to contradict their teachers' methods).
I am inquisitive and perceptive in order to understand my student's learning style, whether they have a kinesthetic, auditory or visual learning modality, and adapt my teaching methods to their benefit. My tutees excelled in their classes because in addition to excellent academic tutoring, I tutor classwork success and test-taking methods to maximize understanding and score of the course.
My teaching method is by going step by step and trying to adapt to how they learn so they can succeed without help.
As an individual tutor, I craft each lesson to meet the student's individual learning needs. I vary my methods early in the tutoring relationship until I find the one (or ones) that work best for the student in question. However, as a general approach, I tend to view the process as a coach rather than an instructor.
My teaching method is group discussions, demonstrating new topics, direct instruction and differentiated instruction. I like to learn what the weak areas are that a student may have and focus on ensuring those areas are mastered to ensure student succes.
I have tutored fellow engineering students as well as students from grade school to the college level. My lessons are based on the topics that my students are struggling with. My method involves plenty of practice and examples; practice makes perfect. I have found that if steps are broken down in the most simplest way, they are easier to understand and easier to do.
My teaching methodology is interactive, to ensure a two-way communication, and guided towards mastery, for best results and retention of learned skills. The environment should be low pressure but offer the highest value at the same time, and this can be accomplished through a friendly approach that focuses on the best methodologies of solving mathematics problems.
I prefer to first determine the "goals" to strive for in a given session: these are the problems and topics that we will need to go over and have the student understand by the end of the session. Next, I like to dive right in and teach topics one step at a time; this way, it is easy to determine what I must focus on with the student if he/she reaches a roadblock at one of these steps.
My teaching method depends also on the students. Some students need to be challenged while others need to be guided in a constructive way in order for them to get confidence in the subject and resolve the problems on their own.
My teaching teaching methodology, "You must focus on the objective and what is being taught, you may not know when you will be called on to teach an example again". Follow my lead an you will understand the process. My motto , focus, focus and focus.
My teaching philosophy is "Everyone Can Succeed!" There is no challenge, great or small, that I will not take on. There are NO limits! The only limits in this life are your own. My former tutoring students have met with 100% effectiveness in achievement.
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