I instruct students in grades 5-12 in math content classes and SAT Prep in reading, writing an math. I individualize my teaching strategies based on students' existing knowledge, needs and learning style. An initial assessment of relevant topics provides me with the information necessary to target specific content, skills and strategies.
My teaching method is laid back and tailored to the student. I like to go at the student's own pace and recognize that learning is a process. I offer Psychology lessons to high school and undergraduate students. I offer writing and English help to elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as undergraduates and adult learners. My lessons are easy to understand.
I have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Master of Arts in Community Counseling, Certification in Research Assessment and Measurement and an EdD - ABD in Counseling Psychology paired with a license in Counseling. I have taught Psychology to Undergraduates, online.
Whatever learning technique works for you, I can accommodate you for sure! I prefer using visual aids and real-life examples to help you understand what's being taught. I also believe that it is possible to learn together, I'm not brighter than you.
Learn by experience! I am a licensed social worker but have a bachelor's degree in social work and psychology. You may be surprised how much these two disciplines overlap. I am able to help explain basic terminology with real life examples and experience. I am able to provide case studies, power point presentations, and reading materials to individuals.
My teaching philosophy is very simple. I integrate into the classroom (or online) theoretical material with discussions of the scientific and empirical evidence that led to the theoretical framework along with the application of the results in the practical settings of the workplace, clinic, or the student’s everyday life.
My teaching method is intended to be pragmatic, having conversations and using many examples / real cases. Often conversations can turn into a "debate form" or "asking questions" to help others critically think about other perspectives and theories.
My teaching method is a Socratic instructional environment for high school and undergraduate students. I utilize methods such as interest -led discussions to engage students and foster desire of learning. I love offering students alternative learning environments such as hands-on research, interactive projects, and group discussions.
I approach teaching from an individual needs framework. My teaching style adjusts to the student's learning style. I have three degrees (AAS medical transcription, BS psychology, MS clinical mental health counseling), which are all helpful in various areas of study.
My teaching methodology is very distinct. I first build a student learning profile and use the data I gathered to create unique and differentiated lessons specific to the group of learners assigned to me.
I studied English literature at UCLA. Eventually threw it over for philosophy. Law school was surprisingly stimulating and I love practicing law. Mostly. I am now taking Spanish and coding lessons and i’m financing them by teaching what I know.
In my workplace, I tutor and teach kids from our subjects under S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) while following PBIS guidelines (Positive Behavioral Intervention Systems) to ensure a safe, positive environment for students. These are the tactics in which I utilize in my teaching and tutoring methods.
Lessons will be personalized based on each individual’s need. I work alongside students so they are able to discover topics alongside guidance from me. Lessons can be given to students of any academic level within the field of psychology or social skills.
My teaching method varies for each student .I like to use real life examples and for things to be hands on. I feel that books are great for allowing the student to review but should never be the only example a student has.
Have you ever watched a doctor diagnose a patient based off of the symptoms that are present? This is a very good example of how I like to teach my students. I do not merely want you to know a text answer, I want you to interact with the signs ans symptoms of various disorders. I also want you to feel like you have a firm grasp and understanding about the various concepts in psychology.
I have primarily taught middle school and high school students, but have taught some undergraduate students. I prefer a one on one learning environment so that students feel they are in a comfortable environment.
To solve a problem, you must first identify it. I have found that listening to students and gaining a familiarity with their personal academic strengths and weaknesses is key to helping them succeed. I try to teach students how to learn and progress in a subject rater than simply telling them what they need to know.
My teaching method is storytelling and relating to the student. Knowing where someone has come from and where they are going helps to build a firm foundation on which education can thrive. I think still being in college myself helps me to empathize with the struggles of the education system.
My teaching strategies are always geared toward the individual and their cognitive learning style. Every student is different; some are more visually-oriented, so I adjust my teaching approach accordingly.
I enjoy learning about and with students to meet their goals starting at their level. I believe in building strengths and curiosities, while ensuring learning is fun and geared toward individual student interests to meet short term and long term goals.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Communication studies. I tutor undergraduate college level courses. I provide individual tutoring to students in the public space of the university library. I design student-centered lessons plans incorporating individual learning styles as well as the individual's schedule if requested.
I have taught undergraduate classes in the areas of communication studies for both majors and non-majors. I taught introductory as well as advanced communication classes.
My teaching method is based on your particular needs in a subject. I approach each topic by first determining your current understanding and the goal is to make sure you have mastered the materials. I want learning to be as unstressful as possible for you.
My tutoring method is Individualized Instruction according to the needs of the student or client. Delivery of instruction is designed for the student's abilities and learning style.
Hello! I am a Speech and Debate Tutor and Teacher. My teaching methodology is Evidence Based Show and Tell style. I show how the knowledge given can be used and I tell you ways that it can impact your life. I also give lots of feedback and advice. Teaching is a passion of mine.
I typically teach at an undergraduate level. I tend to approach each class by building on knowledge that is already there and providing a new perspective on our observations. I like to include information about psychological disorders in my lectures, as it is often the most interesting part of psychology, as well as possible careers involved in each topic.
I have been teaching communication and history classes for 12 years. I tend to prefer interactive lectures and love to get my students as involved as possible. I treat students like people, not numbers in a seat and break down as many barriers to effective teaching as I can.
I have a bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky and I have taught at the elementary and middle school levels for students with special needs. I have a passion to teach and enjoy making learning fun for both myself and the student.
Mental health professional, with a passion for social justice and helping others. Classes/tutoring will be applicable to everyday lifestyles incorporating psychology and ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) to both the teaching of materials and practical skills outside the classroom.
Using real world examples, and easy discussion to get individuals active participants in their learning.
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