I base my methods off of how the student learns best and what goals they are trying to achieve.
I first make sure that my student understand relevant concepts, then work on some typical problem, or a student's worksheet.
My teaching methodology involves surfacing students misconceptions and confusion through discussion, a reframing of their understanding based on what students shared coupled with an online resource and follow up clarifying questions to test students knowledge.
My teaching methods are as follows: I will introduce the subject matter at the beginning with examples and let students to do more examples so they can understand the concept and can apply by themselves
My teaching method is simply to teach a strong foundation of the basics. I emphasize hat memorization is not the key to understanding the topics, but building a strong foundation to draw conclusions from.
I approach each topic throughly and fully. My goal is to create a customizable lesson plan for all my students.
I am very good at teaching. I have hands full of experience in teaching kids at home. Making them understand the concepts very clearly so that they find the subjects interesting.
I focused on a ground-up approach to learning math and physics, moving from fundamentals to advanced topics in a smooth logical progression, leaving the student with a strong intuition and understanding for complex ideas
I feel that the student needs to learn the basics and thats what I focus on.
I usually decide my teaching methods based on my learner's needs, learner type, requirements and the topic to be covered.
I have very practical ways of teaching with real Life examples wherever applicable , showing the fun part of learning and the bigger picture of aspiration for kids to become astronauts, engineers etc
I believe in mentoring my students and helping them understand the basics so that they are ready to take on more complex classes.
I have a PhD in Physics from University of Wisconsin. I teach Physics to High school, Undergraduate students. I try to engage the students on the topic I am teaching. I used visuals to demonstrate the difficult topics to make it easier to understand.
I am aware that all people learn differently. You cannot try to teach everyone the same way. I believe that each student must be approached differently to accommodate their styles.
I like to teach by example problems. I feel that seeing and working through solutions first helps gather a solving method.
I base my lessons on the necessities of the student. I can help with homeworks and explain those, or I can reinforce the foundations (math builds on itself, the foundation of math is most important).
I'm Alexis! I'm a science and math educator excited about working with you to find the best way to gain mastery of science and math knowledge and skills and reach your learning goals.
My teaching method is to tech slowly but efficiently so everyone can keep up and relate everything to things that we see everyday!
I approach teaching by discovering a student main way of learning, then gearing instruction towards that modality. Also, for consistency, I try to follow the lesson plan from their current schooling as closely as possible.
I am a calm, relaxed, and fun teacher or mentor. I connect with students fairly easily and try to make the learning experience as fun as possible.
I love to link mathematical context to daily life by breaking down mathematical problems to the lowest point in order to understand
Either Individual teaching and group teaching and giving similar examples.
I am a junior at Western Michigan University, my major is secondary mathematics with a minor in physics. i have experience in calculus, algebra, geometry, trigonometry and general physics. I plan to be a math teacher in the future and am using this to gain experience and practice what i have learned.
My universal approach to the process of learning emphasizes a broad skill set that includes organizational development, time management, goal-oriented planning, and conceptual understanding, in addition to academic performance.
I prefer a question based approach—providing checkpoints for students as we move through material. This ensures the student learns at their own pace, and the information is actually being retained.
My name is Davide and I am a researcher in the Mathematical Oncology Division at City of Hope. I obtained a Master Degree in Theoretical Physics in Italy (Torino) in 2011 and a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the University of East Anglia (UK) in 2016. Just after that, I started as a postdoctoral researcher at City of Hope in the Mathematical Oncology Division.
My teaching methodology is learning each topic and to cover the curriculam in the given time also to prepare for the exams.
I base my classes on the students prior knowledge.
I like to use current homework assignments and previous exams or study materials along with class notes to find potential areas to focus on, and then find the areas that need the most attention.
I hold a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta and an MA in apologetics from Luther Rice University . I worked as a registered Mechanical Engineer for seven years. I am proficient in Math, Physics, philosophy, apologetics, and related subject matter.
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