I go through practice problems with students and try to lead them to discover solutions on their own, rather than giving them solutions. Learning math is more about understanding the right questions to ask than memorizing formulas and equations, and using these methods helps students remember problem solving skills and succeed independently in the future.
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!).
I base my classes on real life examples of Physics without making the math too difficult to appreciate the concepts. It appears that many people are reluctant to take physics classes because of the perceived difficulty. I would like to minimize that fear and hope to make learning Physics enjoyable.
I teach K-12 grades, and use role playing and humor to teach so the class is fun and interesting. If teaching American history, I dress up like former Presidents or historic people from the past.
I offer an exciting approach to these subjects with custom techniques depending on the student's preferred learning methods. We can get hands on with physics problems, straight to the fundamentals with mathematics, and end each session with a fast-paced question game.
I teach online using my own online Physics course with short lectures, tests, homeworks. My course is based on the textbooks on Physics widely used around the globe. Within this course I am using also videoconference tool (Skype and virtual white board) to teach effectively.
Each topic we cover, will be based on your life experience which helps with understanding. We'll practice in solving problems and specifically designed handouts will be given to you after each lesson. Using the handouts will allow you to continue practicing at home as well.
Patience is the key! I ensure to always change the perspective from which I explain the problem until my student can understand it in a way that they understand. Using multiple examples to solve a similar problem is a perfect example of my teaching style.
I've learned throughout the years that 99% of the time, the student is solely responsible for their grade. I've had students complain about teaching and never take the time to have me help them through concepts. The onus is on you, I can guide you through that process and help you along but always remember effort equals results.
Not like other math tutors, I don't have any techniques and methods of instruction, I do my best with my students and trying to find out SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) of theirs. After that, making more strong on Strengths & Opportunities and reducing Weaknesses & Threats of the students'.
I will approach each topic, problem and circumstance in a systematic fashion, because skipping steps can cause an unclear understanding of what's going on. I found seeing every step while I took courses really established a strong foundation of the information I was digesting.
My teaching method is explaining the concepts and relating that with our life, then solving one or two examples to clarify the concepts, after that, I give the student the chance to solve the problem by himself with my help and more patience from me.
Honestly, my teaching style varies with each person. Not everyone learns the same and I realize that. I will teach my students in the way that is best for them, whether it be visually, hands on, or a mix of the two.
I think it's important to have a deeper understanding of topics and why they're important in real life- and that full understanding and context makes topics more interesting.
My tutoring style is based on problems. Typically, a student will come to me with a set of problems that they are struggling to solve. I first explain the problem to the student and walk them to the answer. Then I make sure they understand the concept so that they can solve similar problems on their own.
I think a great way learn is to gain as much exposure to a subject as possible with plenty of examples so that you can see the patterns that exists within subjects, that way when you see something unexpected you understand the idea of the problem so that you can attempt a solution.
I work closely with students to determine their weaknesses and turn them into strengths. I build relationships with the students so that they are comfortable taking instruction and advice. I explain each of the different topics and then have the students solve problems, first with my help and eventually on their own.
studies have shown that using black board or the typical lecture methods are not adequate for science and math. Hence more than conveying the facts or findings in science and related subjects, students will love to explore the world of science. therefore i will use innovative teaching method to substitute the typical teaching techniques .
My emphasis is always for building the fundamentals in the kids. I will use techniques that make it easier for the students to grasp the concepts and apply it well with enough practice sessions. I do not get frustrated easily and I am very patient with kids.
In tutoring sessions, I focus on giving students explanations on the topics, which they identify to me to be their weak areas, so that they are able to answer questions on those topics correctly for their tests.
My teaching method is to break down large, complex systems into small, simple steps. True understanding of an entire concept cannot be achieved without understanding each indiviudal piece of such concept. Through demonstrating the laws of physics through common scenarios, students will begin to naturally process situations through the mind of a physicist.
I think the best way to learn is through repetition. To teach you, I will teach you the subject, then give you a problem. After you solve it, we will discuss the correct answer and how to get at that answer.
I am a nice pearson you are going to enjoy my classes, we will also have lot of fun. You will learn something new good things that helps you in and everywhere you go. You will learnthing you don't know.You will inpress your parents.
M.Sc Student teaches secondary high school students in various fields of Physics and Chemistry. Though the explanation remains the same depending on the level of understanding of the student, the method changes. Having an experience of 5 years in home tutoring, patience and analyzing a student mind has become a part of my way of teaching.
I am extremely proficient in math from Pre-Algebra to Differential Equations (Calculus 4). In addition, I am also proficient in high school Physics/AP Physics content. I received a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience from the University of Michigan. Currently, I am pursuing a Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering at Wayne State University.
PhD in Physics and Mathematics after 12 years at high school, then undergraduate and graduate courses at the University, Physical Department, Theoretical Physics. Several courses on teaching Mathematics at the University of South Carolina, more than 10 years of teaching at high schools and colleges at SC.
My teaching experience started from teaching math and physics to my classmates at the schools. It continued during my undergraduate. Later I started to teach math and physics officially. Since August 2015 I was teaching assistant and lecturer at Creighton University. At the end of Spring I won the "best teaching assistant" award.
BS i Biology Minors in Math and Education have taught math from general to precalculus Have taught General Science through Physics I love my subjects and am a life time learner I ahve taken course in high level matk and science ins=cluding calculus and mplercular bioloby and physics
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