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.
My method is "practice, practice, practice!" After the concert is taught properly, practical experience brings proficiency. The lessons need to be structured to read, listen and ask questions, presentation of the subject (misconceptions gone), and practice solving problems. Then, we practice test on higher order thinking test questions that EOC, ACT/SAT, AP/IB tests require.
I Use examples. Give solution and help understand. If the student needs any help with the answer, I will help. I can break down down solutions into steps for better understanding and happy to take any questions and work with the student.
I teach based on comprehension, not memorization. Instead of accepting a formula or concept at face value, I explain where it came from, and why it works. My focus is on problem solving strategies based on a big-picture understanding, by creating a strong conceptual foundation at any level.
I teach with the concept of critical literacy. I don't just help my students complete their assigned homework, but teach them in a way that breeds autonomy, logic, critical thinking, and ability to independently find solutions to problems.
I have a B.A. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Ole Miss. I have an M.S. in Biomedical Sciences from Mississippi College. I am a medical student at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. I am well versed in the sciences. I have taught high school chemistry and physics for 2 years. I am currently teaching biology at Mississippi College.
Hi, I'm a highschool graduate who is self educated in philosophy and physics. I developed a theory on gravity from studying planetary development. I extend such knowledge into astrophysics and thermodynamics. My method of teaching is utilizing textbook information to teach physics by designing a planet. Drawings, email, Internet, and textbooks will be used as ways to teach.
I am one semester away from graduating with a BS in Physics, with a minor in math. When I started college however, I was a Biochemistry major, and I completed four semesters of Chemistry. I can help with any middle/high school math or science. I excel at explaining technical and abstract concepts with every-day analogies that are more accessible to those who are not technically minded.
I am an educator who enjoys sharing his passion for science by making difficult concepts in physics, chemistry, and even biology easier to understand by presenting them in multiple ways. I enjoy using visuals, hands on activities and labs, and manipulatives.
I have just graduated from the Simon fraser University degree in Mechatronics Engineering. I am very passionate about maths and physics think that I would be an excellent tutor. I am a very patient and friendly person and will do my absolute upmost to ensure that each individual reaches their maximal potential.
I like to teach using examples. I want students to understand the best problem solving techniques that will help with any scenario. I want to work together on some problems as well as have students work through others by themselves.
I work high school and freshman college students through exercises from the book and homework, drawing pictures and walking through real-world physical examples along the way to help them with the parts of the material that haven’t clicked yet.
My teaching methods includes 3 steps- first explaining the topic with application , 2nd-showing video of application area,3rd- providing short tricks to remember some formula and making calculation without pan and paper and then providing practice set.On phone I always supported my students for every problem.
I mainly prefer to make the subjects fun to my students. I do this by using a lot of visual and imaginative aids. The first few classes are always to figure out their present strengths and weaknesses and then to further improve on them.After that, I begin intensive relearning of the subjects and build on their strengths to reduce their weakness.
My teaching method is basically to let students gather all the knowledge they have and put them into categories and the specific type o question this equation is going to solve.
My teaching method is catered differently to each individual or group. I find the best way for the student to learn and retain information, which include me bringing study materials (extra worksheets, flash cards, review pages, etc.) or creating these study materials with the student. I make sure that the student feels more confident in the subject by the end of tutoring.
My method of teaching is working through problems, allowing the student to ask questions and try to come up with a method of their own. No two students learn the same way. I primarily work with 1st and 2nd year undergraduates and some high school students.
I prefer teaching through examples. I find it extremely beneficial for math and science classes. Practicing different methods to arrive at the same solution provides students with a more rounded understanding of the materials they are trying to master. In addition, games promoting the certain areas the students are studying is helpful.
I am a college graduate and I have had tutoring experience throughout my life. In addition to working with tutoring agencies, I have tutored my own two children from primary school through their undergraduate years. With this experience I am confident I will be to tutor children of all ages and all levels of experience.
My tutoring subjects include several high school-college level math such as algebra, geometry, calculus and differential equations. I'd like focus a great on CONCEPTS that are related in students' subjects, and case study would follow these CONCEPTS to help understand what you are learning.
My teaching method is to try to get the students to think their way through the problem and I would provide help a long the way if they get stuck. I would then make sure that they get it before moving on so I know they can solve other problems with minimum help or no help at all.
Whether I am teaching one on one or in a group, I like to work one on one with my students to find their fundamental error in understanding. I try to teach from a students perspective, stressing not only understanding, but strategies for test taking as well.
As a tutor, I am accommodating/understandable as in can understand the nature of the particular student and can relate and teach the person accordingly.Teaching style differs from student to student though the basics of the topic will remain the same.
When trying to understand a new idea the brain is meets a conflicts or a resolution, either it will click or it will not for that method of teaching, if it does not then the brain simply needs a new way of trying to analyze the conflict and resolve it. the brain can be thought of as a computer that may just need a new way of solving a problem to do so.
My teaching method is to give students the proper supports they need in order to access information and create solutions to problems they face without taking away the challenge completely. I believe students need to be challenged in order to truly absorb the material and create lasting knowledge.
I'm an engineer. That means I solve problems. Not problems like "what is beauty" because that would fall within the purview of your conundrums of philosophy. I solve practical problems. For instance, how am I going to stop some big mean exam from setting you back a semester? The answer, is teaching. And if that doesn't work, then I'll teach you more.
I work with students and classmates with understanding the bigger picture and the missing pieces of the topic that the teachers/instructors leave out of the lectures. While showing them a few tips and tricks on how to fully think about or comprehend the subject.
I give lessons to students seeking help in mostly science-based classes such as biology and chemistry. I approach the problems from a conceptual standpoint at first, which provides a base understanding for the learner to rely on, and then make connections to the specifics. Helping the student understand concepts on a fundamental level will help with retention and critical thinking.
As a tutor I spent time trying to understand how well my students understand the material. Knowing what the students understand and what is causing confusing helps me make sure I explain things in a way they will understand. Everyone learns differently, so it is important to be able to find a way to explain the subject that makes sense to the student.
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