I rely on the traditional lecture and utilize PowerPoints to present the most critical points of what I cover. I also rely on discussion questions, based on real-world scenarios and current events, that encourage students to apply what they learn. At all times, I aim to make everything informative and highly enjoyable.
My teaching methodology is based on how I was taught through my studies at CSU Long Beach. I will approach the various historical topics on the theories that most influenced my work which I believe makes history more relevant to the students. This theory/approach is what is called cultural and subaltern history.
I love to teach students through great discussion and Socratic questioning. History is much more than dates. I emphasize themes, cause and effect, and question students predispositions as we work together. Once a student can tell me what they think, then I push them to learn how to write what they believe.
I am passionate about social studies and teaching, and bring to life the subjects that I teach or tutor. My best attribute is my adaptability- my ability to play to every student's strengths and interests to formulate a lesson that will inspire them to view and learn about their studies in a way they may not have previously.
I can teach to a variety of levels and aim to make the material fun and interesting. I help break down larger projects into manageable tasks and work with students to understand what skills they need to build and how. The idea is to help foster confidence and independence so that my students believe that they can accomplish academic tasks on their own.
No "drill and kill" here...this content is too interesting for that. We'll talk about it and find ways to help you learn. If middle school or high school social studies, history, economics, political science of geography is giving you trouble, let's work on it together.
My teaching method is intended to be pragmatic, having conversations and using many examples / real cases. Often conversations can turn into a "debate form" or "asking questions" to help others critically think about other perspectives and theories.
I am an active, passionate, and interactive teacher and tutor by any standards. I excel one-on-one or in small groups, and I truly love helping students learn.
I approach each topic by first explaining the material, then using tools to help the student retain the information (i.e. flashcards, games). The goal is to eventually have the student explain the material to me without assistance. If one can explain the material then that person has demonstrated a firm understanding of the subject matter.
I base my classes on district or state standards, as well as providing instruction based on each student's strengths and weaknesses. I provide instruction of the basics and beyond, using accredited text and as much hands on experience as possible.
My teaching method focuses on group discussions and hands-on activities. I find that students can learn much from practical activities and can relate that to the readings, global events and their daily life experiences. I use teach aid such as multi media, text books and give students to share their ideas as well which creates a democratic and coaching style.
During my experience in teaching philosophy and Modern Greek, I have found that each student learns better with a lesson plan tailored to her/his own style. The strengths and preferred teaching style of each student will be assessed prior to the lessons, so that the student gets to receive a high-quality, efficient, and effective learning experience.
I approach each topic as a story when it comes to history. I feel students are able to learn history better when they can know what order the events go in, which makes it easier to remember dates and important events. I believe students can benefit well from fun tutoring and being able to communicate with their tutor.
I like to teach according to my experiences in life, and comparing them in a very simple way to the students I tutor or have tutored.
I would approach the topic as a discussion. This would work 3-fold; an icebreaker at the start, a way in which I can find exactly what information my student(s) want or need to learn; a model for the courses in general. When I was at university, my favourite classes were those that were taught in a seminar rather than a lecture style.
Understanding our political system and the world around us in critical to us as citizens but there is a lot of things to know. I believe that learning should be about relating to the material through real world examples. I am a huge history buff and enjoy anecdotes from history to illustrate how things have - or have not - changed.
The training I would implement allows me to provide the latest techniques to increase the morale and performance of student's in order to exceed standards. My methodology includes providing training materials, study guides, multi-practice exercises, tests, and examinations, in other words, combining lecturing with demonstration, discovery and research.
I am a tutor with a tremendous sense of passion for history and it is my goal to instill that in my students. My approach to teaching history is to have my students view history as a book, TV show, or movie. I encourage them to look at the historical figure that they are studying as the protagonist of this book or movie and to put themselves in this person's shoes.
Plato, Tsun Zhu, Kautilya, Ibn Haldun, Machiavelli, Nietzsche, Hobbs, George Washington are some of the leading figures. Law, Religion, Politics, History, Social Engineering, Socialism, Communism, Capitalism, and Democracy. The Future of Governing Structure. Near future environment. Artificial Intelligence Politics. And Various historical events.
I wanted to help those who need a boost with regards to learning and understanding history and political science better. I want people to find fun an joy in these subjects, and develop a passion for learning them.
I like to approach teaching from a casual yet informative perspective. I try to cover as many points of view as possible in detail or broadly depending on importance. I believe anybody can enjoy learning if they just have the right teacher, even if they hate the subject.
I find that the best way for students to learn the material is through discussion. This is the method I used when I worked with undergrad students. I help ease them in to new material and students then take it upon themselves to help each other fill information gaps.
I am very Socratic but at the same time like to quickly get to the point. I can talk you through your ideas and help you organize your content to deliver the most persuasive message.
I prefer helping middle and high school students. I believe in meeting students at their level and giving them the tools to learn history and be interested in it. History is more than just memorizing obscure dates and names, it's about understanding history and how it still affects us.
I teach best by asking a student to self-assess the trouble area and then discuss together until we have arrived at the heart of the matter. Thereafter, we will work through examples related to the issue at hand or discuss related readings.
My teaching style is catered to your needs. I can tutor up to college or adult level students. Whether you simply want to improve grades or improve your skills in a certain area, I'm here to help you achieve those goals.
University/college students are preferred. My method of teaching is Socratic but requiring students to read assigned material before interaction. Students must have a desire to learn (love of truth), instead of merely pursuing a degree. Favorite philosophers of mine are Plato, Aristotle, Hegel, and Marx.
Social Studies is about understanding the world you live in, and so I believe concepts and the content has to be relevant and relatable to your life.
I start by teaching critical thinking, which I know to be a vital skill in any successful life. I aim to get students thinking about all angles of an issue, and to understand the complexity of our interconnected society. As so many people learn in different ways, I used visual, auditory, and hands-on techniques to give my students the best opportunities to absorb the information.
I try to teach students based on their generation's culture. I believe a class will be more interested in the material if the teacher presents material that the students can relate to in their generation. Keeping the class engaged is important.
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