I will happily give lessons or support in the fields of History/Social Studies, Sociology, and Education. Have an essay you want to look over? I got you. Want someone to explain what the heck happened at Harper's Ferry? I got you. Needing to create a project on the murder of the Romanovs? I got you. Having issues understanding Goffman's Dramaturgical model? I got you.
My lesson structure is flexible, dependent on the needs and time constraints of your particular child. I prefer to work through material concept by concept, always ensuring that there is a solid foundation before we build a second floor, so to say.
My classes are fun, interesting and overall challenging but fair. I develop critical thinking skills that are essential for the modern day worker through debate, academic writing, and research. I have a special emphasis on grammatical and writing skills that will improve your essays, speeches, and academic performance.
My teaching method is a progressive learning style that allows students the chance to speak, prove themselves in their writing and responses, and an overall passionate drive to initiate and break down challenging work in a way students will understand best.
My teaching method is based on helping the students to understand the concepts. I strongly dislike cramming information. More so, I hate to merely know a thing and not understand it. As a result, I always seek patterns, break down concepts, remember and apply previous knowledge, and carry out various actions to comprehend new information.
I believe that all students have the ability to learn, but need to be assessed at their current level. I work with students to acquire a deep understanding of their abilities and then create a plan based on their needs.
I teach by first learning from you. I want to know what your learning style is so that I can adapt to it. You're a visual learner? To the board it is! Are stories more your speed? We'll write a book. I want you to be comfortable with me as your tutor and friend.
My teaching method varies depending on each student's individual needs. I believe that practice and patience is an important characteristic in being able to successfully teach any subject to any student. I also believe that being able to be flexible in teaching styles to meet each students needs.
My teaching philosophy is simple: Education should be learner and learning-centered. My outlook on education stems from personal experience. I took my first tertiary course at Brevard Community College the summer before I entered the University of Central Florida. In terms of instructional vs.
My teaching method is practice makes perfect. I am working towards a Bachelor's of Science as a Biology Major, have a 3.9 GPA, and was valedictorian of my high school. My methods of instruction mostly consist of practice tests to strengthen areas in which students excel and isolate areas in which students require more attention.
Enhancing a student's growth by working with them at their own pace. Available 24/7. Positive, patient, and educated in math, history, English, and more.
I have been teaching and tutoring for a significant number of years. I tutor all age groups of students from K-college. My methods of tutoring depends on the needs of my students. I have worked with students that have learning difference so tailoring the lessons is an important skill that I possess.
Hello, My name is Sam Bellotte. I am a certified educator with a Bachelor's of Arts in Education, Secondary Social Studies and a Master's of Arts in Education, Multi-Categorical Special Education with Autism. I have experience with elementary, middle, and high school age students.
Educational democracy, wherein all students are given equal opportunities to learn no matter their skill levels and abilities. There is not such thing a slow learner. Rather, there are unmotivated learners who just need the right educator with whom to connect.
I try to tailor my approach to each individual student. No two students learn the same, therefore you have to learn to adjust your methods.
A Certified teacher practicing student-based education and instruction, I can provide assistance with math, ELA, science, social studies and history homework and assignments. I try to take an approach that focuses on the needs of the students and the needs of the class to help students get a better understanding of what the lesson.
I am able to give tutor lessons in multiple fields: english, math, science, and history. I am a 2017 graduate from George County High School. My lesson plans will differ for each student depending on how he/she learns effectively. It's a goal of mine to make sure he/she shows growth.
I am currently an undergraduate Senior, but am planning to be in graduate school this fall. I am studying Political Science, but am planning to study Humans Rights in graduate school. Being an academic is not easy, but curiosity of life generally tends to lead me there. I love to laugh so my lessons are performed through conversations.
Hello! I am attending a 2 year college to pursue an Associates degree in Psychology then later want to get my Bachelors. I'm friendly and am willing to teach anyone who needs help, though math I am limited on since I definitely struggle with that subject once I hit the algebra part. I am big on note taking, analogies, and pictures.
I am able to give lessons to students up to a junior level in high school; however, this would be my first time tutoring.
My teaching methods vary based upon the student. Every student is different and so every student's learning style will also be different. Due to this, I tend to follow the student's lead in how that student learns best. Whether it is completely online tutoring or participating in hands-on projects outside.
I dismiss my students by saying "go make mistakes". I believe that students are taught to adhere to social norms thus causing them to suppress their voice. Making mistakes provides opportunities for self-exploration and growth. During my time as a teaching assistant and public speaking instructor, I have found that students are typically driven by grades.
My teaching methodolgy is based on establishing a rapport with students in order to understand their unique academic needs. From there, I create an individualized learning plan that is reasonable and actionable. I give lessons to students ranging from 6 year olds struggling to read to older adults looking to improve their English skills.
I approach each subject in a practical and direct way. I first determine what the students goals are and then help them revise and obtain those goals. I determine what a student already knows and then guide them to where they need to be successful in each area of study.
Since beginning my career as an educator I have been passionate in my commitment to three things: forging collaborative relationships with students and their families, implementing practices that produce inclusive environments and creating lessons which foster flexible, equitable, and analytical growth within each learner. I have dedicated my career to each of these pursuits.
I believe in the I do, we do, you do method. Meaning I do an example to show the learner, we do one together and then you do it to show me if you have mastered the concept. I also believe in making learning real to the learner by giving relatable real-world examples to bring the abstract into a more concrete setting.
Alex is studying at the North Carolina A&T State University, in North Carolina. She is obtaining a BFA in theatre. During her studies, Alex has honed her skills in creative writing, written communication, and essay building. After graduation, Alex plans on earning a master's in arts education and administration.
I have an AA degree and have helped my 7 grandkids with homework now I do it over the computer since I have moved out of state .
Master's Degree in Education with a focus on Special Education, 2011 Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Fairfield University, 2004 I work only with the assumption that all students learn differently and are going to require multiple representations of content and repetition of skill before being independently successful.
•Studying Bachelor of Geosciences, Senior Standing. •Associate of Science, Everett Community College. •AS9100 Internal Auditor. •Worked in aerospace and manufacturing environments. •Courses taken in language arts, writing, mathematics, physics, geology, chemistry, biology, geography, social studies, religion and history at a college level.
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