I use complementary methods of teaching rather than a "one-style fits all approach". Frequently I use the standard lecture style of teaching to begin a lesson before venturing into discussion with students or the student. Because each individual learns and processes knowledge differently, I tailor all individual lessons to the student's preferred method of learning.
My teaching style is practical and discussion-oriented. I will use your preferred textbook as well as resources of my own to prepare notes that will guide the discussion. These notes will be available to you prior to the session so you can get familiar with the content. During the session, you can ask me as many questions as you want until you feel that you have fully grasped the concept.
I use different and multiple teaching approaches from direct hand writing and drawing on paper, using computer and teaching videos and power point. more into action learning and involving the listener. exercises and homework. more important making the class on different level of rhythm.
My teaching method is directly related toward the student.Quick learners typically learn easy from repetition .Those who struggle need basic core concepts along with aids to help student memory gap so that they can be more successful in the classroom.
I like to teach one-on-one using a lot of visuals, mnemonic devices, and videos. I think repetition is key to learning so I like to go over topics more than once and I think testing your knowledge with small quizzes are also effective in learning.
I am a medical student with previous experience teaching Botany and Zoology laboratories during my studies as an undergraduate. I graduated from the Pre-medicine curriculum at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas with Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry.
I base my teaching on interactivity with the material and myself. I ask a lot of questions, give a lot of feedback, and provide examples or scenarios to help students understand how content applies to "real world" situations. I like to find the authenticity in the material so students see value in learning it.
First, I address what parts a student understands. Then, we delve into the the problem area(s). For some, it can be as simple as explaining a concept in a different way, such as drawing, discussing or having the student "teach" me. Other times, it is best to start at the beginning and move forward at a pace the student is comfortable with.
my teaching method based on class lecture and demonstration of standard procedures. LECTURE METHOD. A lecture is an oral presentation of information by the instructor THE DISCUSSION METHOD. Discussion involves two-way communication between participants. THE DEMONSTRATION LESSON.. BUZZ GROUPS. BRAINSTORMING and ROLE PLAYS.
Every patient I work with is an individual. They understand the world in their own way. And they express themselves in their own way. Teaching is no different. When teaching, I aim to meet individuals where they are at and to explain concepts in a basic way that even a young child can understand. “You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother.
My teaching is a partnership of making facts relatable and memorable while addressing the learning style of each student. I like to make learning fun and engaging using examples that make concepts more palatable for the learner.
My teaching philosophy is one of ascertaining where my students stand in their knowledge base and learning what their goals are in order to best coach them in the direction that they want to go. This seems to have worked pretty well as most of my students have gone on to be very successful.
I make it a point for students to understand the big picture, so they have a schema to put all the details in. I also focus on applications of material. Often this involves finding out a students interests and gearing sessions around that.
I cater to all types of learners (e.g. visual, audio) and find joy in teaching a wide spectrum of students. I also have studying and memorization techniques to help aid in test taking, and understanding of complex systems. I also make each lesson plan as individualized as possible.
I shape my teaching to fit my student rather than forcing my student to fit my teaching. No two people learn in the same way, so no one should be forced to conform to a standard of teaching. If a student does not understand a concept presented, then I find another way to present it that does make sense.
I have taught medical students, college, and high school students a like. I also taught a few PhD-level classes as a guest lecturer. I can teach/help you based on the books/materials you use, as well as give additional knowledge based on what I've studied (medical books, refererences, etc.
I base my teaching on the way the student learns best. visual, hearing, written, repetition, etc. I give lessons to students of all ages who are willing to learn including students with learning disabilities. I usually start the class off with 2-3 mins of asking each other of how my students days are going so far and if they have any cool plans coming up.
My teaching method is much of a collaboration between the students and myself. I prefer explaining a topic first, helping the students understand the basics and having them read materials later so that they understand the topic better. I personally prefer students coming up with doubts during the next class. I don't mind repeating the material again until the student is thorough with the topic.
I believe in the Socratic method of interactive participation between student and teacher.
I love to tutor and bring confidence to students in various subjects. I graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Sciences in 2016 and matriculated into medical school where I continued my studies.
I teach based on my student's learning method(s). Visual, aural, physical, verbal, logical, solitary, and social. Each person has a unique combination of these methods, and it's up to me and you to figure them out and work together to help you fully understand each concept.
My teaching methodology is based on the individual needs for the student. I like to have the first tutoring session start off with 20 minutes of getting an idea of how the student studies, retains information, organizes themselves, and see where they believe they are the weakest at. The remaining hour is when the paid tutoring session starts so that we can achieve the best results.
I like to get to know my students first to ascertain which modality of teaching suites them best. Also, not every subject can be taught the same way and be learned as effectively. I take this all into consideration when deciding my approach for a specific student.
I hope to communicate my love of learning (and my fascination with the complexity of living systems) to my students. I work diligently towards helping my students understand difficult concepts, enabling and inspiring them to master course materials and concepts, using a variety of learning modalities that are tailored to individual learning styles.
My basic method of teaching is that whatever the students may need comes first. A basic understanding of these needs is obtained by direct interaction with the student(s). I use reading assignments, examinations, slide presentations and most importantly, a direct one on one for individuals and group discussions for larger groups.
I am Dr. Zee, hustling with clinics and board prep for my future residency. I have tutored school kids during my medical school in India in Biology. I like to have a practical and clinical approach to tutoring because putting a face or scenario to a disease or system not only gives a better understanding of the subject but also its implementation in real life.
My teaching method is individually-driven and often lecture based with practice problems, review questions, concept mapping, and any relevant real-world applications
I teach by guiding through questions and rapid-fire questions, but ultimately by tailoring each tutoring lesson to your needs.
My teaching methodology is to first to a basic review to make sure we have a good framework to operate on.
Blunt force memorization has never worked for me in school. I believe the best way to learn Science concepts is utilizing real-world applications and problem-based learning which I incorporate into my tutoring style.
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