I teach SAT and ACT prep in classes and 1-to-1. I hsve uniques strategies that employ such that the students can see the recurring patterns in the SAT and ACT question snd answer them with comfort and ease. I work hard to make sure my students have the confidence to tackle the SAT and ACT by working with them initially and then gradually leaving them to show me what they can do independently.
I have the experience and passion for introducing new educational techniques and strategies that will empower students to think on one’s feet, make decisions on the fly, and react to every-changing situations I was born and raised in Robeson County. I have always helped to enhance and enrich those around me academically in mathematics at all levels.
My teaching method in essay writing is to really have the student establish a sense of "full presence" with their own writing. What I mean by "full presence" is that the student has a set goal for the essay and is using a selective style and word choice to build a written product that truly reflects his or her interest in the literature being analyzed or stance on a given topic.
Students who have retaken a course under my instruction after failing the first time under another professor would say that they understood concepts better because of my analogies and metaphors, my abundant and carefully selected examples and exercises, my system of doing examples from easy to difficult, and the way I discuss concepts from concrete to abstract, from particular to general.
You will find my effective help worth the price. I am above all interested in what works for you. I try to craft lessons that move across styles of instruction to meet your individual needs and curiosity.
Hello! I am thrilled you've found my page and—once we decide we're a good fit for one another—I’ll further enjoy helping another budding, bright legal mind navigate the LSAT on their way to the law school of their choice! I studied at the University of Texas School of Law, and am originally from Southern California.
I've been fortunate enough to experience all kinds of teachers, and I feel my own teaching style has been something of a combination of all their best aspects. I always begin by figuring out what the student knows conceptually, without considering numerical answers at all. This can be done through questions or just diagrams (I will pretty much draw a diagram for every question).
When it comes to structuring my lessons, I focus on my students' goals, areas of interest, and areas in which they wish to improve. Knowing what students struggle with allows me to create lesson plans that are more effective. As an instructor, I strive to make every lesson as engaging and informative as possible, and my students' progress in a given subject area is my number one priority.
My teaching method is hands-on. I encourage students to discuss the content so that they can remember it easier. I also enjoy playing quiz games (like Kahoot!) to see how much you've learned. I use Zoom as a teaching platform which allows complete interaction with students.
My teaching methodology varies from person to person but always starts with first idenitifying eactly what you are having the most trouble understanding. This is extremely important; because, each and every person has their own thought process and background. I will then tailor explanations and examples to your specific needs.
I have tutored students as young as 5 and students taking graduate level exams (GRE, California Teaching Credential, etc.). I am excellent at tutoring in ALL academic areas, English Language Arts, Writing, Math, History, Science, etc. My first steps are to get to know the student, their likes, dislikes and interview parents or (for adult learners) discuss challenges they may face.
One teaching method that I think is very effective is showing a problem in a different way and allowing the student to think through it themselves so that they can begin to understand more fully the concepts behind it. I don't like telling students what to do, rather I want them to struggle a little bit while I guide them through the various concepts in math and science.
I am a visual and working student, where I find visually watching how to solve a problem and personally solving multiple problems to be the smartest way to learn and study the different types of math. As for spanish it is constantly hearing and trying speaking to be the best way to learn the language.
Hello everyone, Mathematics & Physics are like languages in the sense that they have to be practiced on a regular basis in order to master them. They are considered by many quite challenging but with enough dedication and patience one can be able to understand their beautiful logic.
My teaching method is very interactive! I want to teach my students how to think and reason for themselves to build critical thinking skills that will allow them to solve any problem. Rather than giving answers, I want to provoke deep thought and help student walk through concepts and really understand them.
Currently, hold a BA History degree with a minor in Classical Civilizations with graduate coursework in History. Pursuing teaching certification and MA in History, and later MA in Ancient Mediterranian Studies. Classes: U.S History to 1877, U.S History after 1877, 20th Century U.S.
I have been tutoring for 15 years and I previously taught high school math for 6 years. I am well aware that math may not be most people's favorite subject, but it is my job, as a dedicated educator, to present the material in a way the student can comprehend.
Initially, I like to get to know my students so that I can tailor their needs to the approach I take. Feedback from students is crucial; getting to know what they are comfortable with and what they may feel self-conscious about in their academic skills allows me to focus on building on weaknesses and encouraging strengths.
I am a high school English teacher currently teaching 11th-12th grades. I teach British Literature, Mythology, AP Language, and Science Fiction, and also have past experience with 10th grade English and ESL. I believe it's important to get to know each student as an individual; no two people have the same needs as learners.
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..
For test prep, I start by having the student take a practice exam. This can be done on their own time or during one of our sessions. Based on the exam results I will develop a plan of action for the student based on his or her needs.
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 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/tutor at all levels from middle school to college undergrad at all levels of development. I follow a concept-based methodology -- your success at learning a topic isn't complete until you fluidly understand how to rebuild the topic yourself.
I approach each topic and strategy with breaking the question and what it wants down. Whether it's in test prep, math, government, whatever, I feel you can always go back to the basics. When you break the question into chunks, it's easier to understand what the question wants from you.
I base all of my lesson on scientifically based curriculum and standards they evoke thought based learning. I enjoy using hands-on approaches that build critical skills and promotes mastery of the curriculum. I have worked with students between Kindergarten and adult learners. Although I push for excellence, I also understand that every student is unique.
My teaching method is all about you. After initial assessments and discussions, I let the student weaknesses, strengths, and progress drive the path of the sessions. In each session, I guide students through example and practice problems to prepare them to achieve above the minimum and truly understand the course material.
I am currently a Junior at Texas State University. I am pursuing a B.S. in Applied Mathematics with a minor in Business Administration. I have a 3.0 GPA. I have tutored through my university and have completed 75+ hours of coursework which I believe more than qualifies me to be able to help other students in the areas of study that I have indicated.
Finished Lancaster University, Management School in the UK in 2016 I have deep understanding in the subject that I teach as I put it to practice everyday.
Aloha, My specialties - Science and Dramatic Arts. 20 years experience in Grades 8 - 12. My strengths include deep knowledge of subject areas, knowing how to ensure you achieve your academic goals. Focus on critical thinking, literacy, writing, problem solving.
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Perfect! As a graduate student with no experience in research and thesis writing, I faced many difficulties which made me decide to look for an experienced tutor to help me and guide me to the end of my studies. I chose to work with Rana because she appeared...
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