My method of teaching is to build a foundation from the basic fundamentals and then supplement it with substantial problem solving. This helps in retaining the concepts as well as improving the speed. I am a certified Vedic Math trainer and have been helping students preparing for Aptitude Tests with some special Vedic Math techniques to enhance problem solving speed and mental agility.
I have a background in pre-med, Chemistry; a degree that required a lot of math, so math is my jam. I give lessons to students from 4th grade all the way to 9th. My method involves translating complex concepts in a relatable way for students to better comprehend the subject at hand.
My teaching methodology is using a customized approach based on my students' skills and abilities. The techniques I use are tailored to the needs of the students and their academic goals. Each session will be customized based on the level of students.
I do not teach according to a set standard. If given a problem or equation, I think of many possible ways to get to the answer. I myself think like this and would teach my students an efficient way to think and get to an answer and not just what is taught in class.
I graduated from Kamiak High School to graduating Central Washington University, where I got my bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science. During the time I was in college, I learned the following subjects: Calculus, Probability and Statistics, as well as Time Series Analysis.
I believe that the most important way to enjoy math is to figure out how to approach a set of problems, instead of just going through the problems. Instead of solving the puzzle with you, I like to guide you such that you can figure it out on your own, and apply that methodology to similar problems in the future. I will go over concepts as many times as you need. Other than that..
I embrace the predominantly Asian approach to teaching mathematics in schools, called the "mastery approach unlike the traditional US approach where the emphasize is on a "mind set" approach. Under the mastery approach, students learn a specific concept before moving on to more complex ideas, in a rigidly linear progression.
My teaching method is shown by guiding a student through certain steps and equations that apply well and aid the student toward an answer and clear understanding. I always maintain an easy pace that conforms to a student's speed and personal knowledge.
My teaching method is patience, patience, patience. I have tutored multiple kids, ranging from elementary school to high school. I like taking some time to first get to know the student and their learning habits before I enforce and requirements upon them.
I teach by providing a general example and working it out with my students. I believe rehearsal helps a lot in learning and retrieving information as well. I enjoy going over materials as many times needed. I understand that everyone has a unique time that takes them for to learn something and I respect that.
I take the time to meet students where they are at. When we start with common ground and add to that foundation, the beauty and simplicity of math and science shine through. I am convinced that the right combination of desire to learn and guidance are what is needed to help students succeed in their goals.
My teach methodology varies student by student. Everyone has their own style of learning: visual, repetitive, and practice styles are more of my popular ones. But I am great at teaching little tricks to remember formulas better. It depends upon the student.
My teaching method is tailored specifically for your needs. Every learner requires focus on different areas, and I match those needs with my overall mathematics curriculum. I prefer to focus on students in grades 7-12 because this is where the core understanding on math fundamentals happens.
I look where there is a gap in knowledge and use the focus to cover what is missing and what is needed. In other words, we will go over how all of math is connected and necessary to be successful in every field of mathematics.
I approach each topic clearly and as simplistic as possible for students to understand. I look for new and better ways to comprehend the information easier for my students. Outgoing and friendly and there for you when you’re in need of help.
I am very passionate about education and student success. Throughout my career I've consistently worked to ensure that every student has a chance to be successful and learn at the level appropriate to their background knowledge. I've been fortunate to see students at every level and know how to adjust my instruction to meet individual needs.
I make teaching/tutoring Math fun and LESS intimidating. From my experience, I have observed that most students (6-12th, adult) have a fear towards understanding/learning math concepts. My approach is to always help the student build their confidence and eliminate fear.
I like mindmaps, flashcards, analogies, I often use diagrams in my own notes and like to write summaries on the topics I’m learning, memory training, bullet points, google slides, working with apps, brainstorming, open-ended questions, discussions, YouTube videos
I usually start with a math or science problem found in the student's class materials. Rather than giving him the answer, or immediately talking about the underlying principles, I ask the student what he thinks of the problem. That way, I find out his level of understanding, and work from there. If he struggles with it, I usually ask more basic questions, which often lead him to a solution.
I am a college Math instructor. I teach and have taught various Algebra and Quantitative Literacy courses including Pr-Calculus. My teaching strategy begins with a relevant selection of examples for the particular teaching topic. I then rehearse them and finally I familiarize myself with the background material so in class I'll be tuned in and ready to answer questions.
I never "do" your homework for you. Instead, I help you understand the topic by walking you through examples. We start with working through an example together. Then, I help you do an example yourself by asking strategic questions to help you think through the process. Finally, I supervise you doing an example all by yourself to ensure you're doing it correctly.
I have a coaching style of teaching. Its where I like to show how each problem is solved step by step. I can do this by listening to what you want to learn or solve, then show how I would solve it. Then ask the student to duplicate the process. I believe everybody can learn almost any type of math concept if one takes the time to learn all the steps.
My teaching methodology is to break down complex concepts into simple and easy elements. My lessons are student-centered, so the needs and prior skills of the student direct the approach that I take. As often as possible, I try to link the lesson topic to an interest of the student. I work with students of all ages and my background includes parenting and finance.
I am pursuing a dual degree in chemical engineering and mathematics at University of Massachusetts Amherst, commonwealth honors college. I moved to America from South Korea in 2012 so I received higher level math educations in both countries. This is a huge advantage for me since high school math in South Korea requires accuracy and speed while that in America requires in-depth understanding.
My classes are for students in elementary school to high school. I have had a lot of previous experience as a tutor and am graduating from a very competitive high school in NYC this year. My teaching methods are pretty simple. I will first see what the student knows about a certain topic. After that, I will give a lecture on the topic and a couple of questions to see if they understand.
I have a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from Drury University. I will be attending the University of Missouri in the spring to pursue an electrical engineering degree. In the meantime, I am interested in teaching math and science to students who may be unfamiliar or struggling with these subjects.
Masters of Arts in Teaching - Secondary Education from Florida Gulf Coast University Bachelors of Science in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from SUNY Stony Brook I have over 15 years of classroom teaching experience in Florida, South Korea and China. I am very good at making connections with my students encouraging them to be more successful.
I have taught every age and every level of ability. You cannot ask too many questions. You cannot ask a dumb question. My intent has always been to give YOU the help YOU need when YOU need it. WE will find the success YOU need.
I have a B.A. Mathematics and a MSED Adolescent Education at Le Moyne College. I currently teach AP Calculus, Pre-Calculus, and Common Core Algebra at Canastota Central schools and have produced excellent results throughout my tenure.
I graduated from Allen High School in the top third of my class. I love helping students with various mathematical content up to AP Calculus. I will make the lessons easier to understand by going in depth and explaining where the rules come from. I make math more interesting by providing examples of how it is useful in the real world as well.
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