My teaching methodology is to completely understand the concept first. Read and think about it, imagine it in your mind and see where you can apply in your day to day life or in your future. Whatever you learn, think of applying it in a practical life. Don't mug up textbooks, read and build your own world so that you remember it all your life.
My teaching methodology centers around the teaching of concepts. Every learning idea is made up of several concepts. I design each concept as a mini lesson, which when mastered, combine to help the student master an understanding of the big learning idea. I continually assess students’ learning in order to chart their progress.
I spend one session getting to know the client and learn about strengths and weaknesses. I tailor the tutoring experience to the students strengths and at the same time I shore up the weak points. I use some standard testing books to help the student track their knowledge. If there are achievement tests, I will use their curriculum to help the students achieve the highest possible results.
I bring the concepts to the level of the student. I begin by not assuming any knowledge by the student of the subject area and try to instill the knowledge by appealing to the student's intuition. I like to go through a lot of examples and motivate the student to be able to tackle any math problem related to the appropriate topic on their own.
My teaching approach is building lesson plans based in each student's personality and learning affinity. I also like to find the best patterns and most effective way for students to study, such as group studies or flash cards.
Learning technical subjects requires problem solving. Concepts are be explained clearly if there is a need. Otherwise, practice is the focus. Active learning is best in any subject. Teaching strategy in test taking is beneficial to many students. I want to help students learn problematic material. Beating fear of success is possible through sustained small successes.
My focus in tutoring is always to help my students build their skills and confidence, step-by-step. I will tailor your lessons to your needs and your unique way of seeing the world. Above all, I approach every lesson with awareness, patience and respect.
I like to start things out with getting an understanding of the student's knowledge and what their goals are. Once I have a clear understanding of these I start to pave the way for each student to reach their goal. Since each student is different, they will all receive a tailored lesson plan.
I am a retired elementary school teacher of 31 years who has tutored for 2 years now in the Duluth, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton areas of Atlanta, Georgia. I have a Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Georgia State University and still have a valid Georgia teaching certificate in grades Pre-K through 5.
I believe in personalized educational support tailored to a student's particular needs. I enjoy working collaboratively with students to meet their goals--taking advantage of their academic strengths and improving their areas of growth. My classroom teaching experience allows me to use proven teaching techniques beyond typical tutoring.
My teaching methodology varies from person to person but always starts with first idenitifying eactly what you are having the most trouble understanding. This is extremely important; because, each and every person has their own thought process and background. I will then tailor explanations and examples to your specific needs.
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I am an experienced and knowledgeable math tutor, high school and college instructor. I earned my Masters Degree in math education from Nova Southeastern University. I excel in cooperative learning activities, student participation, and distance learning. My relationship with my students makes my classroom invigorating. I am a team player.
I am a Biochemistry and Philosophy graduate from LSU. I tutor math to students of all levels who either need help in a class or want to prep for the ACT. The subject areas I am proficient in include Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus. I teach using a few of my textbooks and many visual aids, which I think are central to learning math.
I have many teaching methods that I use to teach students. Students usually have their own unique way of learning. After teaching for many years, I can quickly find the method that works for your child. As a tutor, I want to have the student enjoy our time together learning math. This will make learning easier.
My approach to teaching focusses on engaging students with the material at hand, and hopefully exciting them about the subject. I hope to teach students by facilitating their learning and understanding, rather than attempting to cram knowledge in their heads. The creed of "Less is More" with regards to content should always be present in my teaching.
I like to give my students space to work on their own, but be ready and available the moment that there's any confusion. It is my firm belief that students learn best from within, and teachers are but vessels to facilitate that learning. As an instructor, I have been available to my students night and day to help them understand any material on which they feel deficient.
I generally provide lessons in college-level Calculus (I and II), as well as occasional High School Algebra and Grade School Arithmetic tutoring. I can also provide tutoring for upper-level math courses such as Multivariable Calculus (Calculus III), and Differential Equations.
I approach each topic by figuring out how the student learns best. What's most important for a tutor and teacher is understanding not all students learn the same way. By understanding how my students learn, I relate their class work and materials to real-world examples that best suit their learning needs.
Most people would be very surprised by my more relaxed structure of teaching. I generally ask students to show up to a lesson with specific homework assignments, past tests, or a review sheet for a future test, and from there I will gauge how strong they are on every topic.
My teaching methodology is to first find out what level of understanding my students are at, and then create individualized tutoring lessons and study tips and plans for them based on their individualized needs. I like to utilize practice problems and active problem solving in my lessons.
My teaching method is more of explaining concepts, to help my students not only answer a single problem, but rather, any problems that have similar concepts. To me, it's not about memorization, because memorization can be forgotten. It's about understanding math as a whole, so that the next math level can be tackled just as efficiently as the one I would teach.
I typically teach by reinforcing the method that the student's teacher is teaching the students. I will use the student's notes and/or book to assist in teaching. If the student struggles to understand, then I will teach an alternate method if there is one that can be taught.
I'm an engineering major looking to tutor children and teenagers in need of help with SAT, ACT, entrance exam, and placement exam preparation or with everyday homework, assignments, and tests. I am an effective tutor by providing students with academic instruction in a safe and fun environment. I primarily tutor in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, physics, and English.
My teaching methodology centers around the idea that math can be fun and make sense for everyone. I am very flexible in how I teach, and try very hard to tailor my teaching to my students, their needs and their strengths.
I have tutored students as young as 5 and students taking graduate level exams (GRE, California Teaching Credential, etc.). I am excellent at tutoring in ALL academic areas, English Language Arts, Writing, Math, History, Science, etc. My first steps are to get to know the student, their likes, dislikes and interview parents or (for adult learners) discuss challenges they may face.
I first ask students questions to try to understand their level of comprehension. I never show students how to figure out problems, but walk them through the exercises so they are doing most of the work. I try to place myself in the shoes of students so I can best fit their needs and help navigate them through overcoming their struggles.
I am a firm believer that teaching requires patience. My worst fear is someone feeling too uncomfortable to ask me a question they have. I make it a priority to make students feel safe and comfortable during our sessions, and treat them like a best friend versus just a student.
Use of visuals and real-life examples wherever possible to invoke relevance so that learners can have a deeper understanding of subject content. Also, assessing learners’ mastery of concepts taught through informal quizzes and assessments. I believe that providing learners with timely feedback is essential in enabling them to move forward.
I am a visual and working student, where I find visually watching how to solve a problem and personally solving multiple problems to be the smartest way to learn and study the different types of math. As for spanish it is constantly hearing and trying speaking to be the best way to learn the language.
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