Teaching is about emotions & discipline. Physics is one of the oldest academic disciplines and, through its inclusion of astronomy, perhaps the oldest.
Simple, I make sure that the student understands the basics before going into solving problems. I make certain that the student fully understands the material and is able to manipulate the knowledge and skills aquired into solving more complex problems.
I believe that anyone can learn anything. While everyone has natural abilities with certain subject, I know that it really comes down to finding the right way to deliver and explain the material. With the right explanation and some practice, I think anyone can learn anything they want.
My teaching method involves discussing with students, this allows sharing of ideas and coming out with best possible ways of solving problems. It also helps a student to keep track of the whole lesson. Where possible I involve practical demonstrations. This may be in form of videos and pictures for online lessons.
I teach in a fluid flexible methodology, fit the lessons and help to the individual student or small group. All based on the feedback from students. Like to used all methods of teaching.
My teaching is very hands on, concentrating on electronics laboratory techniques. I also require my students to do top level technical writing, as I believe it's important to convey you ideas in writing to prove that you really understand the principles.
Math and physics problems are usually challenging at first, but can be mastered with the right approach. My teaching plan involves giving students the chance to reflect on their weaknesses when it comes to approaching these sometimes difficult problems.
I love teaching physics using examples and visualizing the concepts based on realistic everyday phenomena. Explaining what happens for the objects around us and predicting it using physics theories not only helps in better understanding the theories but creates an enthusiasm and excitement among the students.
When approaching a problem, I find it best to go back to basics. Break down the problem into the information it gives and decide what methods and equations can utilize that information into your answer. In physics, I find unit analysis particularly useful. You'll know you didn't get the right answer if the units don't match up.
My teaching method can be described as interactive and student-focused. Every student has their strengths and skills they want to improve on. My lesson plans are customized to each student's learning style and aim to advance their understanding of the material. Generally, students would begin solving the problem on their own and I would give guidance/hints when they're stuck.
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 like to change my teaching style depending on the particular student, as each individual learns differently. I like to use diagrams, practice problems, take home notes, and allow my students to ask questions. Everyone learns at a different pace and there will be no frustration or judgements from me.
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1. Review of background information relevant to a specific mechanism in health or disease. 2. Identification of important, but poorly understood problem. 3. Design of experimental approach and analysis of data. 4. Integration of data into new comprehensive paradigm. 5. Test hypothesis experimentally.
I approach my lessons with each student according to what they need most. I like to get to know my students and find out what motivates them and help them apply that motivation to the study of math and physics. I work with each student to keep up with their curriculum and assignments, but also work to discover what they most need help with in order to succeed in their classes.
Test the student for beginning knowledge. Emphasize and clear up any misunderstandings the student may have, and introduce new information built on the old information, now better understood. Try to build logical bridges between the old and the new. Teach the student to make logical assumptions to begin a process.
I currently have a bachelor's in mechanical engineering. I like to teach using visuals whenever applicable (i.e. drawings, schematics/diagrams, physical objects) to show or prove a concept. If the question involves memorization, I would use mnemonics (i.e. Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally).
At Brightmont Academy, I teach students who have ADHD, anxiety, autism, and athletic travel conflicts in a one-on-one instruction format with a mastery-based learning approach. This past semester, I taught AP calculus, physics, chemistry, algebra, earth science, and French, and I worked with students who ranged in age from 7th to 12th grade.
I base my classes on the AP (calculus and physics) and pre-AP (for all other math classes) curriculum, with a focus on applications to real-world situations. The teaching experience can be tailored so the student may get a high score on the AP exam and/or SAT subject test, or so that any gaps in the student's current learning experience can be filled. (This is not endorsed by the College Board).
My initial task is to evaluate where the student is currently at, and based on the student I will decide at what level I need to instruct the students, in case of inidividual instruction. In case of groups, the first thing to do is segregate the students based on their current understanding of the subject, so that the pace of instruction can be even.
My teaching method is first figuring out what the problems are. Then diving into the problem solving methodology to figure out what the problem is asking for and slowly going over the ways to actually solve the problem. At the same time, helping students understand the WHY part of the problem helps them to solve future problems using the same methodology.
When I tutor, I start by getting an idea of the student's current knowledge of the topic, and build off of that. I like to incorporate the textbook they are being taught from, as well as their previous tests and homework assignments as reference material for them to look back on.
My teaching method is to explain each concept the student needs in a way which is comfortable for them to understand and remember for the future. I also believe in using the basics as the foundation, so going back and working on things that the student did not understand.
My teaching methods is hands on. I believe in students using their heads and minds to figure out answers. I do not believe in using the calculator unless it is necessary. I believe that students should practice at least 30 minutes a day to keep up with the rules for math.
The key to my success in past students was implementing patience into my tutoring. I don't believe that any student is not teachable. Every student has the capacity and capability to learn if the instructor gives that student the patience he/she deserves.
My approach to teaching is to combine delivery of material through use of lecture with examples and practice in the forms of questions and sample problems. I believe that students succeed when provided space to interact with the material.
Each student is different! So the first thing I get to know is your ideas and your level of understanding about the stuff we study. My teaching method combines the deep understanding of theory and concepts through analytic derivations from first principles, to the quick "enchantment" with examples and graph visualizations. More detailed information is lesson dependent.
I am comfortable with 3D modeling, reaction mechanisms, stoichiometry, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, analysis and instrumentation, and any other facet of general chemistry that you throw at me.
As a retired professional engineer and mathematician, I am offering science, mathematics and logic tutoring and lessons to students at levels from middle school through university undergraduates. My teaching method is example based.
Preferably I opt to teach students of grades 6 to 10 or O-levels coz I feel myself more proficients in the subjects of these grades. My technique of teaching is to build the students from basics, make them proficient in basic concepts and after that assign them the coursework topic to do that at their own, ask/discuss with me where they feel difficulty.
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