I will happily give lessons or support in the fields of History/Social Studies, Sociology, and Education. Have an essay you want to look over? I got you. Want someone to explain what the heck happened at Harper's Ferry? I got you. Needing to create a project on the murder of the Romanovs? I got you. Having issues understanding Goffman's Dramaturgical model? I got you.
My classes are fun, interesting and overall challenging but fair. I develop critical thinking skills that are essential for the modern day worker through debate, academic writing, and research. I have a special emphasis on grammatical and writing skills that will improve your essays, speeches, and academic performance.
I am a College Administrator with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Education. I taught High School history for two years. I am interested in helping high school students with College applications, entrance essays and scholarships. I plan to help build writing, resume building, scholarship and school research skills.
My teaching method is based on helping the students to understand the concepts. I strongly dislike cramming information. More so, I hate to merely know a thing and not understand it. As a result, I always seek patterns, break down concepts, remember and apply previous knowledge, and carry out various actions to comprehend new information.
Are you struggling in reading or math? I have a BA and Masters in Special Education and a Reading Specialist Certification. I also am a certified Learning Disabilities Teacher Consultant. I take the time to assess each student to find their strengths and weaknesses.
I strongly believe in recognizing and teaching to the learning styles of each student. For example, if a student is a visual learner, I will more often use teaching tools such as charts, pictures, graphs, and book excerpts to enhance the learning process.
I teach by first learning from you. I want to know what your learning style is so that I can adapt to it. You're a visual learner? To the board it is! Are stories more your speed? We'll write a book. I want you to be comfortable with me as your tutor and friend.
My teaching methodology is based on adaptation - recognizing the individual needs and circumstances of the student in order to find the best learning approach that suits them. As a writing tutor/aspiring English Professor I want to help not only with working through the task at hand, but giving each tutee/student confidence in their abilities first and foremost.
My teaching philosophy is simple: Education should be learner and learning-centered. My outlook on education stems from personal experience. I took my first tertiary course at Brevard Community College the summer before I entered the University of Central Florida. In terms of instructional vs.
Your Virtual Tutoring Pro with over 32 years of experience, fully prepared to focus on you. Over 32 years of experience lends me the ability to quickly assess your learning issues. Research is a passion which is a immense boon for my students and the next step after assessment.
I have worked all my life and gone to school at the same time - I know what you are going through. I can help you get through it - reviewing concepts, assignments and just plain helping to explain concepts. I also develop the course to fit your needs and use a system called Familiarize, Acquire, Practice and Validate to make sure you not only understand but can use the information.
Enhancing a student's growth by working with them at their own pace. Available 24/7. Positive, patient, and educated in math, history, English, and more.
I have generally tutored and assisted students from ages 5-14. Further, I mentored college age students and provided them with study aides and assistance in decision making. A technique I find useful is having students teach back to me the material they have been presented with that they are being tested or having trouble with.
Educational democracy, wherein all students are given equal opportunities to learn no matter their skill levels and abilities. There is not such thing a slow learner. Rather, there are unmotivated learners who just need the right educator with whom to connect.
I vary my teaching methods depending on the student. Some learn by seeing and touching, some by media and some by other means of technology. I make an effort to find the best method for each student since every student is different. Critical thinking is a very large part of understanding how to succeed.
My teaching methodology involves a flexible approach based on the specific needs of learners. I start with the basics and make sure students understand theory, gradually applying theory in real situations. I have earned a Master's degree in Adult Education and a Bachelor degree in Business.
I try to tailor my approach to each individual student. No two students learn the same, therefore you have to learn to adjust your methods.
I am able to give tutor lessons in multiple fields: english, math, science, and history. I am a 2017 graduate from George County High School. My lesson plans will differ for each student depending on how he/she learns effectively. It's a goal of mine to make sure he/she shows growth.
Hello! I am attending a 2 year college to pursue an Associates degree in Psychology then later want to get my Bachelors. I'm friendly and am willing to teach anyone who needs help, though math I am limited on since I definitely struggle with that subject once I hit the algebra part. I am big on note taking, analogies, and pictures.
I am TEFL certified and can teach struggling English language learners how to better speak, read, write English. My lessons a consiced, easy to follow, and straight to the point. In my lessons there is a lot of "talk time" in which you the students will be able to practice your speech as much as possible in one lesson. I love to involve my students in as much of the lesson as possible.
I'm an experienced industrial and academic scientist who has 9+ years of experience in the field and tutoring at the university level - including Uconn, Eastern Connecticut State University and Central Connecticut State University. I specialize in biology and chemistry, and excel at explaining things at an understandable level typically through visuals or analogies.
I am able to give lessons to students up to a junior level in high school; however, this would be my first time tutoring.
I dismiss my students by saying "go make mistakes". I believe that students are taught to adhere to social norms thus causing them to suppress their voice. Making mistakes provides opportunities for self-exploration and growth. During my time as a teaching assistant and public speaking instructor, I have found that students are typically driven by grades.
I listen to the student to find what the greatest barrier is to their understanding and proper motivation. Using this approach, the student will tend to show the path needed for their success. That doesn't mean it is an easy task, but experience will often create the right solution. I also promote a partnership with the parents, if the student is a child. Together we can work the plan to success.
I approach each topic based on the needs and ability of my student(s). I believe it is important for students to have a connection and purpose to the material. The use of examples especially to the student's life is very important.
Since beginning my career as an educator I have been passionate in my commitment to three things: forging collaborative relationships with students and their families, implementing practices that produce inclusive environments and creating lessons which foster flexible, equitable, and analytical growth within each learner. I have dedicated my career to each of these pursuits.
My teaching method is to create a warm and friendly environment, to ensure a healthy learning environment is mutually established between myself and my student. I use various teaching aids to ensure information is clearly conveyed from myself to the student.
Alex is studying at the North Carolina A&T State University, in North Carolina. She is obtaining a BFA in theatre. During her studies, Alex has honed her skills in creative writing, written communication, and essay building. After graduation, Alex plans on earning a master's in arts education and administration.
Master's Degree in Education with a focus on Special Education, 2011 Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Fairfield University, 2004 I work only with the assumption that all students learn differently and are going to require multiple representations of content and repetition of skill before being independently successful.
I am originally from northwest Indiana where I earned a Bachelor's of Science degree at Indiana University Northwest. At IUN I was a tutor and eventually taught my own lab class. I can give helpful study tips and will help any student I can who is willing to learn.
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