My teaching method depends on what works for you/your student! Typically I like to model skills, then gradually release responsibility from myself to the student. Then the skill becomes like second nature to them. Best case scenario: they are then able to teach me the skill. One of the best ways to learn something is often by teaching it.
I base my class on topics. For my speech class each class will be based on a relatable topic such as childhood, or family stories, etc. The class will incorporate creative writing by creating their own short speech (paragraph long) and then sharing that either with me or with the class.
My teaching method is eclectic and focused on the material required for comprehension as well as the skilled delivery needed. I am a student-centered educator owing to the classic work of Carl Rogers--the client/student determines the specific needs to be met and methodology required by faithfully representing how much they know and how much they want to know.
I like to keep it conversational when teaching. I may do most of the talking, sure, but making sure that you're on the same page as a student is very important to me. I keep it loose and fun but without losing the seriousness that education requires. I value knowledge intensely, but I also love Star Wars so maybe we can find some common ground.
I have an Associates Degree in Early childhood education and 8 years in the classroom as a Para educator and Teachers Aid. my experience is tried and true and backed by my personal and professional experience and have earned my wings in the classrooms as well as academically.
I believe that all people have an innate desire to learn, and address my students as scholars to encourage an atmosphere of respect towards learning and the learner. In my classes we work together to understand complex concepts through Socratic dialouge and learner-lead lessons.
Each lesson starts with small talk and a short review from the previous lesson. Any homework is also checked, reviewed and finishes with a few Q&As. Then the lesson begins. Firstly, I will ask questions about the subject to see how much you already know about the area. This is important as you do not want to learn something you already know! Then we will begin.
My style of teaching centers the student and their individual goals. It is important to build an individual plan for each student, so that you feel excited about your academic achievement! I primarily work with high school students on essay writing (especially admissions) and editing.
My teaching methodology is based on doing and practicing. Practice makes perfect is a perfect way to describe my classes. For oratory and debate, I usually start off with a drill, teach a new concept or lesson, and then go straight into debate and speech. For academic lessons, I tend to start off with an exercise and ensure that the previous concepts are well memoried.
With a Masters degree in (Adult) Education, a Bachelors degree in Communication -earning Summa and Magna Cum Laude distinction; having instructed-in and overseen instruction of multiple formal schoolhouses, tied-in with six years as a Dale Carnegie GA/Instructor of personal and professional instruction, topped-off with nearly twenty years is award-winning success in business ventures, with...
I am a Graduating Senior from SHSU majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Psychology. I like working with people of all ages. When I teach, I like to ask questions and guide you to the correct answer. I’m firm, but understanding and will explain everything.
I hold a BA in Linguistics from Stony Brook University (#FARBEYOND!), where I also minored in creative writing and Writing & Rhetoric. I am a confident and effective communicator and I will show you how to master resume and cover letter writing by developing your ability to brand your personality and intellectualism on paper.
My teaching method is based on the students level. I have different approach to the students in primary level and secondary level My techniques and method to become a good instructor is to become ready and always approach the student in a good way, make them feel comfortable and always start with a good communication.
The student is the master, I'm just the guide to get you to where you want to be. Getting to the truth of what you want to express with your writing lies with the students ability to dig beyond the surface using techniques I've developed to get past the blocks of fear that keeps most writers from achieving what they want to show to the world.
The best way to learn something is not stress out abut it. My philosophy when it comes to teaching is to explain things in the simplest, easiest terms. If you understand the simple stuff, you won't sweat the tough stuff.
I like to make my lessons fun by offering rewards to my students who work hard and show me that they are trying their best. However, while I can be a fun teacher I do take the learning outcomes of my students seriously. I make sure to spend extra time with my students who struggle more than others.
Teaching is inherent for me. It is a profession and lifestyle that runs in my family and about which I am quite passionate. I prefer to teach in a manner that emphasizes literary devices and character development. I encourage students to develop a relationship with the material--creating and cultivating a love and appreciation of the subject matter.
I think learning should be fun as well as informative. Education changes lives. The ability to comprehend and to see things from different perspectives enhances a person's understanding of the world around him or her and colors their existence. I try to encourage students to use their imaginations and to apply what they learn to that to which life exposes them.
Dean's List honor student of psychology with experience in theater and speech writing and delivery. Through Skype I can listen to your presentations and help you develop your best research paper or make sure that your speech is delivered is exactly as it should.
I hold a Bachelors of the Arts in Communication with a minor in Political Science from the University of New Hampshire as well as an Associates degree in Early Childhood Education. This has allowed me to become accustom to the research and presentation of a variety of subjects through written word.
My teaching method follows an integrated approach that blends my personality and interests with students’ needs and curriculum-appropriate methods. This will help engage students during the learning process and makes it easier to learn the material without any added pressure.
My teaching methods hinge off of two key precepts: Patience and communication. I recognize that everyone learns at their own pace, and in their own way.
My students come to me with their goals. I help them reach their goals. From their skill and knowledge level when we begin, I guide them step-by-step to their goals. My students may master unlocking the puzzles of literature or assembling their thoughts into the structure of academic writing. I tutor high school and college students, both traditional age and adult learners.
When working to help individuals I first ask them their goals. Once this is established I work with them to create a plan of action to have a roadmap to get to said goal. I ask every person to provide me with a short sample of their work so I can gauge where they are compared to where they would like to be.
I’ve been a teacher and aide in the middle and high school age range for 17 years. Looking to achieve a masters in English Literature and Middvil History in the near future.
I do differentiated activities. I always see to it that my students understand the lesson before we proceed to another topic. I give them a helping hand whenever they are hard up in a certain lesson and I always appreciate their effort because I believe that appreciation can help them boost their self esteem as a learner.
Accessibility is key to learning. While I tend to approach teaching through practice, conversation, and revision I am open to adapting to the learning styles of others. I believe that accessible education ought to be the baseline for teacher, rather than an additional option for those with disabilities.
Through techniques I've learned from the past twenty years of following self expression, emotion, and poetry, I help to inspire participants by demonstrating the performance of emotionally charged work. Using writing prompts and inspirational, techniques we will create a work of honest and authentic self expression.
I base my instruction on the group of students I have. Because poetry and writing are broad topics with different meanings to everyone, I believe that creating a targeted curriculum following a student consultation is best for lesson-plan creation. I work with all ages with skill levels ranging from beginner to expert.
My teaching methodology is to Engage, Study, Activate (ESA) based on the Attention, Respect, and Time (ART) approach allowing students practical experiential learning activities
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