I approach topics by explaining them in simple terms to start and explaining each step. I also use real world problems and applications as examples. If a topic or problem isn't being understood, I will approach the topic differently until it does.
I have taught college students for 7 years now and I still love the process of showing people that they can do it. I believe that the best way to teach someone something new is to have preset lessons and do several examples. Practice makes perfect.
It depends on how much help the student will need. Most of the time a student is successful if I can help them complete their homework on a weekly basis and then spend some time on test prep. The student experience sucess typically spends 1-2 hours per session 2 to 3 times a week. Those whose attention spans are smaller need only 1 hour sessions though.
My teaching methodology is student-centered where each student have the charge of his/her own learning. I approach each student on the basis of his/her learning needs. I encourage them participate in problem solving by using the methods that make sense for them so that they can build the conceptual understanding of the mathematics by doing mathematics.
I approach each concept by the basics and teach with comprehension in mind. I can tutor anyone from middle school to college. I like to work at your pace and style because I want you to understand what you're doing.
I taught high school students and I have tutored college level students. I like to use a Socratic approach to teaching. What I mean by that is, I will do my best to ensure that you learn the material and come to appropriate conclusions on your own.
My teaching methods includes, theoretical and practical lessons with real life scenarios and extreme research on each topics for better understanding. I also give assignment and feedback on each respective assignments given. For group teachings, i encourage collaboration among students.
I tutor based on the needs of the individual. I like for my students to fill me in on what they do and don't understand within the subject content during the first lesson or two. My goal is to teach students to become independent learners by encouraging analytical thinking to reinforce a deeper understanding of the material.
My teaching method is basic and consists of interacting with my student in preparing for tests, resolving homework questions and writing reports. I would be willing to work with elementary, junior high or high school students and would consider college students.
I always want that the students have clear understanding of concepts.I prefer to ask real life problems to engage them in subject . After building robust conceptual clarity application of concepts becomes very easy.I strongly believe in student interaction in learning process.Sometimes I start with asking some direct question related to the subject.
I have to say that I am open to giving lessons to anyone who is struggling in any kind of math or science related courses. This ranges from middle school to high school students. I am a very patient and outgoing individual who will work with the students to help them achieve a better understanding of the material.
Since solving problems in math and physics is very process focused, I prefer to help students by working through a problem on the board showing each step and explaining if they have any questions. Then, I will challenge them with a new problem using methods and ideas learned earlier to test their skills. If I notice an area that needs improvement, we can focus the session on that issue.
I offer lessons to high school and college students who are seeking individual help with math and physics problems. I find that the best way of learning these problem solving skills is to explain the subject matter in the context of specific problems. I bring problems to work through with my students (or ask students to bring their own problems they have questions about).
My teaching method is to quickly identify the specifics of the topic which my student is struggling with, then using leading questions to guide my student to understanding. My goal is for my students to not only get the material, but also to develop the skills for independent learning and discovery.
I use a lot of dry humor, and believe in helping students acheive their goals. I know many people hate math... and that's okay! It can't always be fun, but I do my best to make it manageable. I work with my students to design lessons around how they learn and use all the resources available to them.
I believe that clarity, patience and positivity are key to a good educational methodology. A student who feels comfortable enough to ask any question will have more fun and learn faster than one who feels intimidated or pressured.
I wasn't always interested in school and education. It is when I first started middle school is when I found something about myself. I found out that I hate history and I love math. History and I are enemies because I hated memorizing all the facts and dates and class always seemed boring. With math, I felt comfortable with the content.
My approach is friendly and personalized, building on student's existing skills and knowledge base to increase their confidence in their own abilities. I encourage students to practice problem solving and to be "hands-on" with the material as much as possible. I utilize direct instruction in small chunks, only as necessary in between practicing the material.
Unorthodox. They want me to expand this into 40 more words. You tell me where your struggling, you tell me what your goals are, and I map out a way to get there. Even if I am the umpteenth tutor that you have reached out to, I know I can assist you in reaching what ever goal for the subject you may have.
I prefer students to come to me with materials to review, assignments to work on, and questions. I find that I excel in my ability to explain a given topic/concept in multiple ways, and can relate complicated concepts to real-life examples and comparisons. I am patient and understanding. I love to learn and I enjoy aiding others in doing the same.
I teach by trying to understand what you already know and building on that. I don't like to think of myself as a teacher, but more of a supplemental resource to help you understand a certain subject or idea. I like to start by having you show me what you know and I will fill in the rest.
I am able to give tutoring services to students ranging from freshmen in high school who are preparing for the ACT or SAT, to college students currently (or soon to be) enrolled in a college-level Math class. I can tutor in all mathematics subjects and in intro-level Physics classes.
I seek to share my knowledge with all those willing to listen, and enjoy taking the time need for the student to truly understand the topic. Examples are key to demonstrating the best approach, and interactive learning is invaluable to the progress of the student.
Introduce topics using multiple representations. Solve the problems many ways. Have students communicate their reasoning. Help student develop their own way to solve problems. Finish class with a summary.
My idea of teaching is to not only help students learn the material for the exam, but to also help them develop the skills they need to succeed in future math and science courses. Learning the sciences can be frustrating, and I realize that not every student will learn in the same way. I make sure to teach the material in a variety of ways so that all learning types may benefit.
I teach by encouraging guided discussion and hands on work. In the past few years there have been multiple studies that show the best way to learn and absorb knowledge in the STEM related fields is by submerging yourself in the topic with discussion, and working with teams.
I base my classes on whatever physics class a student wants to learn, where we first master conceptual knowledge of the topic, and once a student masters how any phenomena works, we can then tackle the rigors, such as math formulas and modeling word problems with more ease.
In what I do, as I both teach AND learn, I place a much greater emphasis on "why" matters are as they are (and not otherwise) than I do on rote memorization or simple computation. My belief is that, not only is a greater understanding of nature / the natural sciences achieved in this way, but this approach also leads to greater rates of success (in terms of academic achievement).
I begin by having a conversation and self-assessment of what the student feels is hindering their progress or causing confusion (if anything). If there are roadblocks I look to see what foundational concepts that relate to those topics that may be holding the student back.
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