I am Rohit a Physics Phd @ U of U. I love to teach and have been teaching for about 8 years now. Love to break down the concepts clearly to make them understand better. Learning by doing is my mantra of teaching. So i guide you and you do it and get it.
My teaching methodology is to focus not only on the material you are having issues with, but why. I would like to help you not only learn material you need help with today, but to help you build the tools to help you with the material tomorrow.
my teaching method varies from student to student and it also depends on the session if it is group session or individual but i focus independently on one student and develop a strategy that i think will best fit them.
I realize that physics is a tough subject for a lot of people so I'm willing to be patient and try many approaches to meet the individual learning style of each student. I prefer to meet at the local library or other public place because it feels serious yet neutral to have a designated meeting place outside home.
I can work with students to help them study topics that are relevant to them. I can explain theories that may be difficult to grasp, show students how to perform calculations, provide practice examples and give them some of my best practices as a student (what worked for me when studying and test taking).
I focus on how to learn and understand by visual demonstrations, examples, software and solving problem so that students can easily do brainstorming for specific or complex situation. I also do interactive, collaborative and participation platform for students for better outcomes.
I give lessons in math and physics to those in elementary school, middle school, and freshman year of high school, up to pre-calculus. My structure revolves around building off previously learned concepts. If the student has homework problems, I see what they can accomplish on their own, guide them in the right direction, and see where they struggle.
I focus on determining the type of communication that works for each student. I like to use lots of visuals and develop conceptual understanding as I help a student approach a problem. My goal is always to develop deep understanding and intuition in my students so that they can eventually develop tactics to approach problems on their own.
I try to explain the topics (especially conceptual ones) in a way that younger students see the world. I understand that when something seems difficult, people tend to refuse to keep working. I try to help my students see that each task can be simplified enough to not be scary, and that they can solve anything when tackling problems with confidence.
I am providing lessons to students from grade 7 to 12. My lessons structure follows the Texas certification format but will be modify depending on whether it is an individual or group lesson. I am a patient and easy to follow. My methodology will be based on my students learning type.
My teaching method is ''make it simple as much as possible''. First, I use problems that explains the theory. Then explains the theory and its practical approach to understand to where we use these theories in the modern world. Finally, special cases that a student has to understand when he solves a problem.
My goal is to simplify topics and convey information using concise thoughts and simple language.
Firstly, I take an account of the student's strengths and weaknesses in the subject, and I focus on those first. I give supplementary materials outside of the tutoring lesson to facilitate learning. Next, we go through each section together, we work problems together, and I explain concepts in my own words, emphasizing what is required to know for the class.
I previously tutored in high school. I have experience in math, science, history, and essay writing. I am very thorough, detailed, and always prepared when I am teaching. I see solving math as a puzzle and love to share my passion to inspire others.
My teaching philosophy is to help students discover how to do things for themselves. We'll work together to summarize the current topic, discuss the core information, and apply it to problem solving exercises. Students will come away with a better understanding of the material and strategies for working out problems.
I have been teaching students for more than 10 years. My teaching method revoloves around student centers, encourage and challenge my students with learning actives. I teach based on student's learning style and simplify lesson and make connections with reall world examples.
My teaching philosophy is that everyone learns in different ways. The best way is to customize the method the teacher presents information and to work with students on problems instead of leading them through or supervising their progress. Interacting in a friendly manner is also an essential aspect of teaching.
My teaching method is very friendly. First listen the student problem thoroughly and then solved it gently.
I would mainly only like to tutor high school students as I am only a sophomore in college and my knowledge doesn't extend much further.
My method for teaching is different from one person to another. is depend on my students and the way they learning, usually I teach by lots of example and learn how to simplify problems in math, also i will give some home works for being dominant in your subject.
My approach to teaching focusses on engaging students with the material at hand, and hopefully exciting them about the subject. I try to teach not only course material, but also to encourage students to develop thought patterns to think like physicists/scientists. Students are undertaking their own learning, while I am present to guide and facilitate their journey.
I tutored younger and older than my age, and I learned the cultural background of my tutees. I loved learning and understanding my tutees to have a better understanding on my tutee's difficulty in learning the subject matter at hand.
- Open to giving lessons to all students looking to improve their chemistry grades from grade school to university level.
I first try to understand the learning styles that function best for the student and base my teaching style around those. I encourage active participation, questions, and discussion, and do my best to show my genuine passion for these subjects.
I will tutor grades K-12. I aim to build confidence in my students to become independent problem solvers. I believe that anyone has the ability to understand and apply any concept with the right teaching style tailored to their needs. I work with my students to make sure they understand the fundamentals from the ground up using analogies, examples, and applications.
I approach each lesson with the curiosity of learning the material for the first time. Working through the material together in this fashion creates moments of excitement when understanding is achieved. As a tutor I try to find the motivation for learning something rather than just trying to check off items from a list.
My teaching methodology is hands on with a lot of examples. I like to get to know my students a bit in order to determine how they learn and see what's the best method to teach them that certain subject.
Learning begins with yourself. Life experiences are the start of remembering, As you begin your classes, We will discuss the importance of your daily experiences, and how your math was given during your day. At the end of each class leason you will be given a test to see what we need to go over a little more. You can do it, so lets begin.
Generally, my strategy is to coach students through problems. Usually the student has homework, but with notice I can produce something to work on. I try to affirm that the student understands why and what is being written and diagnose what is not well understood, explaining and clarifying when necessary.
In teaching mathematics, I strive to present topics clearly in a geometric manner - this means lots of pictures! In addition to being off-putting for many students, long, tedious calculations can often obscure the underlying ideas behind many mathematical concepts (especially so in calculus!).
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