My passion is educating others in a way that is relevant to them: helping students make connections and give them the skills and desire to understand how interconnected our collective history and geography are to us all! I like to make the ancient and obscure relevant to the present, it is the best way to understand the world around us!
I approach teaching based on the learner. First I like to do pre-assessments to figure out how much the student knows. Based on this, I tailor my lesson plans to fit the unique needs of each student. After the lesson, I like to do a post-assessment to see the students' progress and tailor following lessons as necessary.
I do not have a set methodology because teaching is not one-size-fits-all. I begin by finding which approaches work best for each student. For example, some visual learners respond best to flashcards while other visual learners need to write or draw. Auditory learners may need lecture-type teaching while other auditory learners prefer video or acting-out concepts.
I meet my students where they are at in terms of skills and needs. We work on developing skills through doing drills, work on case writing and develop strong and ethical research practices.
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 believe the most efficient way of teaching is by lecturing about a topic and then having the student complete a guided assignment where they are able to ask questions and further their understanding and comprehension. I look to help students in the Junior High/High School level.
My experience with writing, history, and civics is best suited to high schoolers and early college students. I took a number of AP courses in high school, and am well suited to tutoring for DBQs and other AP Test styles.
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I am a guide when I teach. I do not do any work for the student, but rather show them the best ways for them to accomplish the work on their own. I get the most professional satisfaction in knowing that a student has learned to accomplish the task in their own way.
I walk students through reading, writing, and critical thinking so they can learn how to understand, evaluate, and debate for themselves. I have been lucky enough to learn from some great teachers and know firsthand how critical it is to listen to students who are struggling. My goal is to make sure students learn, not to make them regurgitate what I want to hear.
Learning should be engaging, interactive, and occur in an environment of mutual respect and professionalism, particularly at the high school and college levels. I utilize games, simulations, stories, examples, and creative projects to enhance learning, rather than relying on rote memorization. My job is to develop and nurture inquisitiveness, exploration, and discovery.
Learn how the student learns, empower students to feel confident in their abilities, relate the subject matter to their personal experience, help them to organize handouts/asignments/reading etc and ultimately get the student familiar enough with whatever is required of them so that they can continue their studies independently of a tutor.
My educational philosophy is that the fundamental purpose of education and school is to improve both the lives of students and society and that this is done through teachers simultaneously imparting their knowledge to students in the classroom as well as facilitate student learning through group activities and discussion, and that students and teachers should work collaboratively to accomplish...
My teaching methodology caters to the style my student needs. I like to understand my students so I can give them the best method that fits there personality. I also like to give lessons structured in power points so students could always go back and look at it.
My teaching method is very hands on. I understand the importance of being able to have actual working knowledge of a subject and be able to see how to actually apply it to situations. I like to show examples and have students work out the material so they can internalize it.
My teaching method is discussion-based. I approach topics by finding out how students learn and finding a way to make it interactive and personalized. Finding what somebody is passionate about in a subject makes it easier and more fun. I prefer to emphasize how the subject interacts with current news.
My method of increasing historical awareness is to organize time eras by key events in each era, including what happened and who did it. I have a passion for both history and politics, so I am always interested in helping others to strengthen their knowledge in those areas. I am willing to work with anyone from elementary thru the college level.
My teaching method is dependent on my student's learning strengths. I prefer to talk to my client first, asses why they are unable to reach their academic goal, and then proceed to present a new teaching style to them which is best for their learning style.
Primarily, my clients are late high school and college age students interested in pursuing a career in politics. I prefer one-on-one instruction but a small group of 2 or 3 local students is perfectly acceptable. I’m of the opinion that it’s your money, why share the information? Get the most you can out of it.
My clients are primarily high school and college students as well as foreign students studying the American political system. I prefer one-on-one tutelage but small groups of 2-3 students are acceptable. While I assure you that hitting the books is important, if you want to pursue a career in politics then learning the ropes from someone who's practically seen it all is equally important.
My teaching method is based on actual experiences that go beyond numbers, percentages, and myths.
I set high standards for my students and provide constructive feedback and support at every point along the way. I believe in participatory learning where students take responsibility for the results they want to achieve while I coach, guide and support them throughout their learning process.
My teaching method is patient, kind, and understanding. I emphasize teaching the mental and pedagogical "pathway" that will be most helpful to the particular student. My goal is for each student not only to excel in his or her class, but to demonstrate exceptional critical thought and a mastery of the material that will pay dividends throughout the remainder of the student's education and career.
I have always found history, government, and public policy to be so fascinating - I aim to bring the stories and narratives of these subjects to life, making each lesson a memorable, engaging, and interactive experience. I have taught university-level courses for the past 10 years, and have experience teaching both in person and on-line.
My teaching method is to first understand where you are at with your understanding, then progressively work through topics and examples while building connections to other topics and things that are relevant and important to your own life. The speed is always determined by the student and feedback is always welcome.
The classroom transforms students’ and instructors’ relationship to knowledge and learning. Instead of treating students as passive receptacles of knowledge, I regard them as capable of making valuable contributions to the learning process.
I base my classes on experiential learning and interactive participation. I believe that every student can contribute to the learning environment. I not only impart my knowledge, but I also tap into the knowledge/experience of my students.
I like to work on a weekly goal basis, where each week my students and I start by reviewing last week's goals before moving on to studying. I do recognize, however, that some students benefit more from an environment where they can simply ask questions, so I accommodate to that as well.
My teaching method is to make sure everyone feels included. There are ways to structure lesson plans on not excluding a specific group of people which is crucial. Another key factor is adapting the lesson plan to help cater the student. If the current one is not working, then it needs to be modified so the student can understand and further excel.
I am flexible and rely on students having questions ready for discussion. I prefer a discussion rather than a lecture format. I like to use visuals on presentations and real world experiences as examples. I am friendly and talkative but try to be a good listener as well.
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