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.
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 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.
I aim to help my students find their own voice in their writing, whether it be essays, or creative. I also focus on nurturing self confidence and celebrating progress as we move through a curriculum, or conquer a specific challenge, so that students find joy and fulfillment in their work.
On Skype, I use screen sharing, a white board, or graphing boards. I am a native of Tucson, Arizona and a graduate of the University of Arizona. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts with a General Studies Major. I utilize strategic tutoring so that students develop a learning plan structured to meet individual needs.
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 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.
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.
I tailor each lesson to the individual student that I am working with at the time. I get results! I use smiles as rewards. I use a multi - sensory approach to learning. I am responsible and have good adaptability.
It is not teaching at all, its facilitation based on the 4 C's of this 21st Century skills for the facilitator as well as for the students required as of today for their tomorrows world or the society to get recognised. Demonstrative methodology.
I base my classes on where students are when we begin. If they need remedial help, I offer basic grammar and structure lessons. For those more advanced, techniques for writing research papers, essays, and other genres and levels of writing.
My teaching methodology is to approach each student where they are and go on from there. I use as much of my students' prior knowledge as possible and build on it. It's important that my students do the work themselves. I am just the facilitator, there to guide my students through the maze of academics.
My teaching method is based on student need. Students come with an idea of what they would like to learn. The focus starts with this and then branches as I recognize deeper needs. I use a hands-on method where the student is always the primary doer.
I create differentiated and engaging learning experiences that cater to my students' abilities, interests, and needs. I believe in equipping students with the tools that they need to be lifelong learners. I celebrate student achievement and welcome opportunities to grow.
I am an Elementary Education major at the University of West Florida who anticipates graduation in 2018. I tutor in all aspects of Language Arts including Reading, Literature and Phonics and basic Elementary Math. Two one hour lessons given per week.
University of Connecticut, BA in English/Political Science Western Connecticut State University, MS in Elementary Education Central Connecticut State University, MS in Special Education University of Connecticut, Sixth Year in Education Administration & Technology Application Nova Southeastern University, EdD Doctorate in Educational Leadership Teacher, Educational Diagnostician, Special...
My education methodology is test driven, pretest, instruction, then post test. I need to know were you so I can evaluate the instruction. I like to find the students particular learning style and design lessons to fit how they learn.
I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics from Stony Brook University, where I also minored in both Creative Writing and Writing & Rhetoric. I am a master of words, combining my passion for creative writing with my strong academic writing skills.
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