I as an educator know that student engagement is the key to learning retention and having a great overall classroom experience. With changing times, education requires adaptation and evolution. Students are not as easily captivated as before by simple colorful animations in textbooks and monotonous songs to correlate with learned concepts.
I believe learning to read is the most difficult cognitive task faced by children. My lessons are based on the latest scientific research and are consistent with the findings of the National Reading Panel as articulated in its report of April 2000.
I am committed to delivering high-quality, individualized instruction. For tutoring in reading and writing, I assess students and then create informed lessons to best help them improve their skills. I include phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, spelling, and vocabulary in reading lessons for struggling readers in elementary school.
I approach each topic with the intent to make learning exciting and fun. Keeping each student attention can difficult at times, especially after being in school all day and then has to attend a tutorial session with me. I make a game out of it with incentive prices after a couple of weeks of successful sessions with me.
With each reading lesson I give I always make it fun reading should always be fun. How I teach with LOVE is the most important 2nd I use fun programs that truly deal with the struggling reader.
My teaching methods are kinesthesia and realia, however the other methods don’t stop me, if you learn better from a text book I’ll design your lesson plan around you. I don't speak in monotones and I love to play games to get everyone to learn the lessons I am trying to get across to them. Kinesthesia and Realia are the feeling of real objects to get the point across.
My teaching method is to personalized every lesson for my student. During our first session I give my student an academic assessment to see where they currently are, but I also give a multiple intelligence test, which allows me and the student to understand how they learn best.
Education: Saint Joseph’s University- Philadelphia, PA 3.8 GPA, Master of Science in Special Education, M.S. Ed. West Chester University- West Chester, PA 3.
I am a hands-on learner and teacher! I make learning fun and I get along GREAT with students! I always strive to be cooperative and build a great report with my students that gets them excited to make progress in their studies.
I customize my teaching to each student. This comes from my experience in Special Education and my personal experience with education. I am understanding and want every person I tutor or teach to succeed, but also to learn and feel comfortable doing so.
An educator must facilitate an environment that fosters a sense of safety and security, both physically and emotionally, while acknowledging all students as individuals with brilliant thoughts and compassionate hearts who deserve the opportunity to learn all that is available to them.
My teaching method is that any child can learn, no matter the obstacles that may be holding them back. If the lessons are tiered towards an individual students' learning needs, and are fun and engaging, and full of manipulative's and memorable songs or phrases, the student will not only be able to recall what they are learning but gain confidence in themselves and their ability to learn.
My teaching method is to introduce new topics with excitement and passion, so my students feel similarly. I show them examples of how the goal of the day should be completed, guide them as they practice the daily skill and give them time to work silently and independently, while I give feedback along the way.
My teaching methodology is Direct instruction and student participation.My aim is to assist, encourage and support students to achieve their learning goals. I am an educator my name is Ms Sandy and I teach P Pre-k to 7th Grade students. I teach ESL as well. I teach Economics to college level students.
I believe that an effective teacher must have the ability to inspire students to become active learners. My goal is to deliver information in a way that is catered to the individual student's interests and learning style. Curiosity is at the epicenter of active learning and is a fundamental quality of an inquisitive mind.
Teaching 12 years children of all ages has taught me that each child is unique and learns in their own special way. Finding out what best suits the student is the first thing I do. I adjust my teaching methods according to the student's needs and academic level. My goal is to ensure the student builds their confidence in the subject they are struggling in.
An advocate of mastery-based learning, I am emphatic about teaching to the student — i.e. pacing lessons appropriately, implementing visual and kinesthetic curriculum, and galvanizing the unique talents each student possesses. There is nothing more rewarding than being a part of a student’s confidence grow.
Some teachers teach one year thirty times. I am NOT that teacher. I am not that teacher who pulls out the same lesson plan book and follows year after year. Rather, I am the teacher who constructs new ways to teach the same material to new groups of students each year.
I've worked with children from the 1st grade though 12th grade. I have taught ESL, Reading, Language Arts, and lower grade Math. We generally use grammar books and reading comprehension books in most lessons. I provide a lot of positive feedback and patience.
I am looking for students who maybe struggling with reading English, want to keep practicing reading during the summer, or want to get ahead in their grade level (K-3). I use phonetics and reading strategies to help students decode words, comprehend, and read with confidence.
My teaching method is a blended style. When using this methodology I follow an integrated approach to teaching that blends my personality and interests with students’ needs and curriculum-appropriate methods.
I am the student's advocate. I talk to them and find out what the problems are. Then I develop a plan with them. I explain what we are doing and why, and what they need to do. I also model the correct method or answer.
I'm a senior at the University of Arkansas studying Special Education. I take a research based approach and incorporate multi-sensory instruction. I am a firm believer in meeting students at their instructional level and building systematically from that place. I believe every student has the ability to learn and grow.
I believe that patience, enthusiasm, and supportive teaching is the first approach to learning.
My teaching methodology is customized, utilizing various methodology based on individual needs and learning styles. My goal is to make learning an enjoyable experience that will create an ongoing thirst to learn more about whatever job or career they choose to pursue.
I teach ESL, academic writing, and Portuguese. I also teach an online translation course. My teaching is student-centered and needs-based. I carry out an assessment to find out what the student's needs are, then tailor my classes accordingly. Communication and active participation are key to learning. I also learn a lot in this process.
I am willing to work with students from kindergarten through sixth grade to create personalized lessons to help improve their reading and English skills. I believe in making learning fun by using game-like strategies to learn new and improve understanding of concepts.
I believe each student is unique and his or her learning experience should be too! My students most enjoy the fact that I meet them where they are in their learning journey, and not where they think they should be.
My teaching method is based on encouragement, accuracy, and deadline punctuality. It often helps to return to a difficult subject and repeat exercises in the area of that difficulty. It is important for questions from student(s) to make sure that each assignment begins and continues with clarity.
The method that I use to teach is similar to the "I do, We do, You do" method of teaching. I think it is imperative that examples be given and outcomes are demonstrated. I also feel that it is important for all students to gain independence and confidence to complete work and tasks on their own. I create lessons that are fun, engaging, and interactive.
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Perfect! So I needed to say this. Beverly is awesome. My son only had two lessons so far. I got a note from his speech teacher saying how much he improved with the word “the”. Beverly was helping him with that word. Plus his confidence is growing with...
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