My teach methodology varies student by student. Everyone has their own style of learning: visual, verbal, and repetitive styles are more of my popular ones, along with applying the history in story style and/or in relevance to today's world. It depends upon the student.
Currently, hold a BA History degree with a minor in Classical Civilizations with graduate coursework in History. Pursuing teaching certification and MA in History, and later MA in Ancient Mediterranian Studies. Classes: U.S History to 1877, U.S History after 1877, 20th Century U.S.
I can teach anyone of any age interested in these fields. Depending on the course of study, I can either help a student achieve a higher grade in a class they are taking or build a lesson structure unique to the student with respect to their area of interest. Students should expect to engage in discussion and analysis of the subject matter rather than being lectured to.
My goal when teaching history is to teach my students how to ask their own questions about what happened in the past. I also want my students to come out of the class with the tools needed to evaluate other people's use of historical evidence. I put a large emphasis on research methodology.
I am willing to provide lessons for any level and will tailor them to the individual. I am very flexible and understand that people learn in different ways, so the first thing we will do is develop a lesson plan that benefits you. This is not a classroom, so we have the freedom to learn in the way that makes the most sense to you.
I am a friendly & patient artist and art history tutor working with students at all levels to help with art terminology, research, writing & editing papers, viewing art within cultural/historical contexts, artist mentoring, critical thinking, & art-making processes, like drawing, painting, mixed media & Photoshop.
I teach using an alternation between the Socratic method of asking questions and inspiring inquiry, on the one hand, and Nietzschean aphorism and assertion on the other, which provokes critical engagement and independent development of perspective.
I have a Master's degree in medieval history and am capable of giving lessons in the humanities and reading comprehension. I am comfortable teaching high school level and older. My methodology can be flexible to accommodate a student's capabilities, and I am happy to tailor lessons around individual needs. I am a patient teacher with a keen eye for detail.
I am a graduate of the prestigious University of Minnesota - Twin Cities in two of their undergraduate colleges. In their college of science and engineering, I graduated with a degree in Earth Sciences, which emphasizes Geochemistry and Hydrogeology, and in the university's college of liberal arts, I graduated with a degree in Linguistics.
I enjoy inquiry based learning. By posing the learner a question, analyzing facts and sources, the learner can better process the topic. I structure lessons with review/warm ups, then content, and wrapping up with a meaningful ending. I am a well organized teacher that will be sure to monitor progress and check for understanding.
I approach each topic with caution since I may not know the students current knowledge on the topic; however, I still believe in helping the student learn and achieve their best even if it means starting from scratch when it comes to the topic being discussed
I have a BA in philosophy and art history from Bryn Mawr College and the Sorbonne, an MA in art history from Yale University, an MFA in fine arts and film production from Boston University and a PhD thesis in art history and anthropology completed at UCLA and to be filed at the University of Oslo, Norway, in 2018-9. I also have an ESL credential and have taught ESL and English in S.
I give lessons to students, middle school through college, looking for help in various history related subjects. Lessons will be based off of current learning material. I seek to ask students questions that will lead them to deeper reflection on the historical content and its context in the time period. This will lead to a growth in critical thinking abilities.
I have three degrees--two BAs and an MS and am a 4th year PsyD student in Clinical Psychology. I was a high school teacher for six years where I taught different writing formats and helped students understand complicated texts.
College level writing teacher with a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology identifies with student the obstacles and successful methods to his or her writing goals. Emphasizes writing about what the person feels passionately about. Elicits experiences and values that grasp the reader's attention and make writing meaningful.
I approach each and every tutoring session with enthusiasm for the topic and for teaching the topic to you! I try to be as easy to communicate with as possible and I make sure my classroom (virtual or physical) is a place where everyone can feel comfortable to ask as many questions as they need.
My method of teaching is the way i learn myself.
I am a young tutor and can help solve any problem or help answer any questions that come up. I can offer any teaching method that works best for the student and don't believe in having only one teaching method.
Hi there! I'm a history major who's helped friends, family, and fellow students with their history courses for the past 3 years. I mainly tutor high school level and below.
As a 22 year old, I'm a true millennial with a love for old times. I can help with any level of history, whether it be college, high school, or elementary. To most people, history is just boring facts on a page from a time long ago. To me, its a story of how we as humans came to be. We can learn a lot from the failures and successes of our ancestors.
I am a sophomore in high school. I was labeled 'gifted' in kindergarten, and ever since then have been taking all honors and advanced classes. I have retaken French, and excelled in all of the subjects. I am willing to tutor anyone of any age as long as you're willing to learn. I'd use various techniques (visual, auditory & such) in order to teach.
I received my high school diploma from Abbeville High School in 2015. I completed the Core4 program with a 3.8, 31 ACT, and 27 hours of College Credit. I am currently enrolled at UL- Lafayette asa junior in the college of Education majoring in Secondary Education (Social Studies/Environmental Sciences) and minoring in Special Ed and Psychology.
I engage in a hands-on teaching method in which I engage students with Socratic questioning and interesting activities. I consider it to be my responsibility to facilitate students in coming to grasp information and concepts by offering them strategies to think through problems themselves.
I will cover topics from Mythology,Ancient Civilizations,Medieval History and US History. History is not just dates and a time line...
I provide instruction to individuals or groups to those interested interested in understanding the word in which we live. We focus on theory and how it related to today's changing values. We read, we research the net, we discuss, we share opinions and personal stories.
I tend to approach my classes using lectures, discussions, and project-based learning so that all of my students feel comfortable learning. My students range from children in kindergarten to university students, however, most of my students tend to be in High School.
I will accept learners of any age or learning style. I teach by assessing your needs, developing and delivering content which suits you as an individual, evaluating your level of understanding, and adjusting based on your needs. I am patient and will work hard for you to achieve success in your class.
I am a Student Teacher in the final semester of receiving my Bachelors in Education degree from Texas State University. My area of focus is grades 4-8, with a composite specialization in English, Language Arts, and Social Studies. I received my Associates in Education from Austin Community College.
My methodology is based on passion, I want my students to be as excited about the world as I am. We find the exciting stories in history, the fascinating case studies in psychology. We go beyond what the basic text tells us to find a world where intrigue and curiosity drive and motivate to ask more questions, to learn more, to remember more.
My method is lecture-based with the intent to help the student understand the parts they are struggling with, and I stop often to review with the student in order to make sure they fully understand everything explained. I adapt the lesson based on how the student best learns, whether it be through charts, drawings, timelines, flashcards, or simple verbal review.
To be sure of the quality concerning our teachers and their lessons, we collect the reviews of former students.
These reviews are authentic and guaranteed by Superprof.
Perfect! Giovanni is a tremendous and talented teacher. He guided my study of philosophy, starting with the ancient Greek philosophers. He's thoughtful and well versed in philosophy, languages, and literature. He will accelerate and deepen your grasp of...
Thousands of teachers can teach you mythology. Find private lessons closest to you.