I base my classes in natural learning and logic approaching. A key benefit of the flipped classroom model is that it allows for students to work at their own pace if that is how the teacher chooses to implement it.
I take time on the first day to assess each student's academic strengths and weaknesses with various questionnaires and surveys. Since no two students are alike, I use the information from the first day to tailor a tutoring curriculum that best matches the student's learning style. I guide the students to enjoy learning.
I have studied many different sciences in high school (I went to a science and math high school), including biology, chemistry, physics, and much more. In addition, I have studied chemical engineering and mathematical sciences as well for a large part of my college education.
I currently am in my last semester of my bachelors in Mathematical Physics with a 3.9 major GPA. I have a great passion for teaching and am confident that my passion and experience are the qualities you are looking for.
I graduated with a physics bachelor's degree (Cum Laude Honors) last year from Binghamton University. Now, I am preparing to enter graduate school for my Ph.D. in astrophysics. My tutoring style puts the student(s) in the center of the learning experience. I guide students with open-ended questions and strive to get students to come up with the answers themselves.
I graduated from Stanford University in 2014 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. I have mastery in core Math and Algebra concepts (I was the highest achiever in Advanced Level Mathematics in Pakistan). I teach by breaking complex concepts into bite-sized pieces.
I am a recent graduate of the University of Rochester's Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering program. I am entering the Masters of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering program at Cornell University this coming August. I enjoy tutoring subjects that are pertinent to engineering such as physics and mathematics.
I attended Brown University and graduated with a degree in Neuroscience. I design a plan of study targeted to accomplish the student's goal. I accommodate my teaching to effectively meet the needs of each student.
I primarily teach college level mathematics and physics. Within mathematics I cover everything from introductory courses such as Calculus 1 and 2 through Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and Complex Analysis. I am also comfortable tutoring introductory through senior level physics courses.
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My approach to teaching focusses on engaging students with the material at hand, and hopefully exciting them about the subject. I hope to teach students by facilitating their learning and understanding, rather than attempting to cram knowledge in their heads. The creed of "Less is More" with regards to content should always be present in my teaching.
As an MCAT tutor I teach Chemistry, Reading, Biochemistry, Psychology, Biology, and Sociology to premedical students. I try to facilitate knowledge so the student is actively learning with me. As a tutor, I aim to lead students to the answer.
My teaching method is unique to each student. I like to forst get to know how the student work to help him avoid certain mistakes.
I believe that teaching is the best form of learning. I first explain a topic using analogies so that the student gains an intuitive understanding of the material. Then, I make my students explain the topic back to me through a sample problem so that we can quickly identify the weak points in their understanding and react accordingly.
I prefer the Socratic method and like to make any subject relevant to the student. I find that makes lessons more digestible. Coming up with strict schedules is something I'd rather avoid if possible but I have experience making lesson plans and mock exams tailored to specific students.
SUNY Cortland B.S. Adolesence Education Physics Took classes on all types of physics topics. Took at least one class in each of the other sciences. TA Labs Mathematics Minor Took math up to the Calc 3 level.
Mechanical Engineer. Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering with a 3 above GPA Lessons to students weak on Mathematics Physics and Chemistry. Some undergraduate maths courses and mechanical engineering courses are also taught by me.
It all starts with finding out where the student is and where he or she needs to go. We then build up the knowledge and skill as necessary using explanations, illustrations and examples the student finds both most simple and intuitive.
I follow a highly practical approach while teaching so you would not have to remember much and still excel. It is almost certain that you would achieve an A grade due to highly flexible, knowledgeable, and personalized classes.
I can teach subjects like Mathematics, Physics and data analysis to students up to Undergraduate level. Students seeking coding or data analysis are also welcome. I try to isolate the topic/concept where students have problem and try to guide them through it to arrive at the solution. I use visualization techniques to tackle geometry, mechanics, trigonometric problems.
I want to make learning a hobby rather than something that needs to be done. To accomplish that the brain needs to be in a learning for fun mode. Something that I have struggled with in my life is that I used to have too many goals but now I know that learning should not be accompanied by goals but rather by a sense of understanding and having fun with the coursework.
My teaching method is based on a simple principle everything could be explained by simple word that everyone could understand and explain it in class i am using everything around me to show science is everywhere and demonstrate physics theroy
Physics and math are best learned through example problems. We go over the concept in the simplest way possible and view its most basic problems, and work up from there. I am very patient with my students and always try to find the interpretation of the subject that works best for them.
My teaching philosophy revolves around making material easily understandable and digestible for students while maintaining a good degree of rigor. I encourage my students to challenge themselves and step outside of their comfort zone, and to approach problems with a critical thinking lens.
My teaching method is catered differently to each individual or group. I find the best way for the student to learn and retain information, which include me bringing study materials (extra worksheets, flash cards, review pages, etc.) or creating these study materials with the student. I make sure that the student feels more confident in the subject by the end of tutoring.
My mathodology is depends upon need. As how much student can gain Knowledge from me. Its totally depends upon receiver.
High School Diploma (2008-2010) - Army Public School Pre- Engineering - College Degree (2008-2010) - Army Public College Geo-Informatics Engineering - Bachelors Degree (2010-2014) - National University of Sciences and Technology Masters in Geographic Information Systems - Masters Degree (2014-2016) - Lehman College CUNY Have strong Engineering background with mathematics, environmental...
I adapt to the child’s specific needs or learning methods, every child has their own way of learn so why bother teaching in a certain way that may only work for one and not the other.
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