I like conceptual learning, it's the best way for you as students to get a good grasp on the subject, gain confidence, and apply it to sums with ease.
I try to adopt to every student strength and abilities to maximize the teaching results. I try to teach my students broad approach to solving problems, when they are working to solve particular problem at hand. This allows them to successfully solve similar problems when they encounter them down the road.
MY TEACHING PHILOSOPHY The key to successful tutoring is developing a good relationship with the student and parents. I make sure that my students look forward to our session, so that they may give their full energy during our meetings. I accept my students for who they are as people, regardless of skill level. I use positive psychology to draw upon my students’ intrinsic motivation.
I have been teaching on the basis of needs of the students. So, the technique is based on the student's individual preference. Some likes help with homework, some wants help with theory. I usually try to help them with the concept of problems/ theory so that they can work on their own further.
My teaching method is based on student needs. In general, my approach is to help students with areas of weakness in their background and understanding. No two students are the same nor their needs the same. Thus, their lessons are organized as needed by students.
My teaching method involves drawing, frequent quizzing, and experimenting with what sticks. This translates to explaining the same topic in different ways. I hope to encourage students to take initiatives to find the correct answer through reaching out to real people (you are only young once, so take advantage of it.
I tutor college students of all levels. Everyone learns at a different pace; my methodology of teaching is to pace myself with my students and work with whatever is comfortable with them to achieve their goals. It is important to gauge what my students know and don't know, so that I can assist them to the best of my ability.
Hi there. Thank you for stopping by to see me. I want to let you know that, if you want to make all of your classes go easier, I am here to show you how. I have developed a way to teach you how to learn with more ease. So you spend less time worrying and fighting the assignments and more time enjoying what you’re learning and more free time to do other important things.
Math is all about practice. I illustrate every step in solving a problem clearly. I then, give you a hands on experience while still guiding you to solve problems on your on. i believe that, the more examples solved the better.
Teaching is about emotions & discipline. Physics is one of the oldest academic disciplines and, through its inclusion of astronomy, perhaps the oldest.
I believe that each individual learns in their own way, thus my teaching must change to fit my students. While some benefit most from drawing pictures, others need to see an actual demonstration of the concept (especially with physics).
I believe that every student has different strengths and weaknesses when it comes to understanding concepts. In any given tutoring session, my aim is to dig deep and understand exactly where they are confused, address that confusion and build an understanding from there.
I'm looking for students in either high school or college working on finishing math or physics classes. I prefer one on one tutoring sessions where we work towards understanding the material in such a way that you feel comfortable when it comes to taking your test.
1. Hands-on practice: If it's not in your hands, it's not in your head. I strive to provide both homework and in-person worksheets, so that my students can learn. 2. Interest: Without motivation to learn, learning is worthless to the learner.
I'm willing to tutor subjects ranging from algebra to calculus 3/linear algebra, regardless of the grade level of the individual. My technique is to strengthen the connection between innate deductive/inductive reasoning and perception of concepts. Math is not a subject that needs to be memorized, but rather understood.
I approach each topic in Science with making sure the student has a fundamental understanding of the topic. I believe the key to succeeding in science is more than scoring high on a test, but also understand the importance of being prepared to take an exam.
I’ve realized that the most effective way in expanding a student’s understanding and interests of the subject is not by reiterating the text or the lectures, but rather by expanding on examples given by the problems seen in each possibility. I always devote additional effort in creating an encouraging and comfortable learning environment for students of all backgrounds.
I completed my M.S. in Molecular Microbiology and Immunology in 2014 from the University of Southern California (USC). I completed my B.S. with a double major in Biological Sciences and Physics with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Illinois (UIC) at Chicago in 2011. I actually had the credits for a BS in Mathematics but they would not let me triple major.
first I ask few questions to understand where are we at, then I ask the book that your teacher is going trough and then I need to see the exams that you have been taken and I need to know what point you want get. what is your goal and how many hours do you have .
Graduated from Harrison High School in GA (2010) Graduated from Mercer University in GA (2014), BS in Mech Engr Finishing MS at UCLA (May 2017) At Mercer, was presidential scholar, along with captain and inaugural team member of the brand new D1 lacrosse team.
I have B.S. in Mathematics and I previously worked a a physics teaching assistant while in school as well as a tutor in all levels of undergraduate college mathematics to my peers in college. Each student learns differently. I make sure to get at least an hour with a student and work through some basic problems to see how they solve problems in order to learn how I can effectively assist them.
I am master in chemical engineering, and have tutored students at the college level to succeed to chemistry, physics, and calculus. Because I am an engineer, I apply problem solving techniques to get to the root of a student's issues with material. I examine past and present work, and determine what the student specifically needs in order to succeed in the class.
My teaching method is quite simple. I like to explain to students where the formulas actually come from, what are the underlying assumptions and what do these formulas mean because I have noticed the problem that a lot of students are able to work crunch numbers well, but they lack a conceptual base which is very important since, a building without a good foundation is doomed to fall.
My teaching method is going over the concept, going over many examples and always take good notes. Practice makes perefect.
I graduated from Columbia University in the City of New York - the School of Engineering and Applied Science - in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics. For more than a decade I have been teaching and tutoring math and science (chemistry, physics) with a focus on mastery and ease of understanding.
I am a sophomore in college. I am studying mathematics and physics. These subjects require a lot of concentration and time to learn but I love learning about them and how they are connected. I also have some knowledge in astronomy and philosophy.
The best way is to understand what students like and how they learn what they like and incorporate the same methods for something that they are not familiar, so that understanding and learning can become fun.
The two keys to being an effective physics and math teacher are to: 1) provide clear, concise, organized interactive lesson notes ("interactive" means the student is involved in filling in sections of the notes, with guidance), and 2) help students connect new math and physics concepts to their own areas of interest, whether it's sports, music, cooking, other academic subjects, their profession,...
My philosophy is to focus on the process of learning, rather than the answer itself. I believe that a student will be more successful if we dive deep into their thought process and uncover the way they think about a concept, rather than measuring success by getting to the right answer.
Education I Gagandeep Kaur graduated from Punjab Technical University, India in May 2012 with Bachelors Degree of Technology in Electrical Engineering with Distinction and Masters Degree in Power Engineering.
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