Listening is a part of learning, and that goes for instructors, too. I listen to the needs of my students, and then ask them questions to help them map out their issues better.
I teach transformative education and experiential learning to young adults and professionals, as well as theories and practices related to phenomenology and hermeneutics. I edit and grade academic papers according to professionalism and academic formatting. I am fun and fair.
I give exciting instruction in multiple disciplines with emphasis on English and language disciplines, to all who seek help: grade school, high school, and into undergraduate study. I can teach in any style from casual and friendly to more structured and formal. I am adaptable and flexible so I can modify my teaching style to your needs and to the way you learn.
I have a friendly hands-on approach that assesses a student's strengths and weaknesses and, through practice and review, help the student achieve goals. I have a good rapport with students of all ages and find that they want to learn.
I like to work with individual students usually, but have taught groups as large as five students at once. Depending on what the lesson may be for the day I am open to teaching multiple students at once as well.
My teaching methodology is very personal to each student! I, first, lay out the client's goals, their learning style, and their current experience to cultivate an experience and lesson plan for them. I am a very motivational tutor that can help a student succeed.
My teaching method is hands-on and interactive. I like to use games to help a child learn, as well as diagrams, real-life examples and to correlate the knowledge with something the individual student can relate to in order to help their interest/understanding.
As stated above, the typical process is, as follows: Session 1: A Solid Foundation For Success Take a Proprietary Learning Styles & Interests Questionnaire. Relating subject matter to each student’s interests results in greater engagement throughout the learning process. "Nick’s Comprehensive Guide for Easy Points.
Every student is unique. It is my job to find ways to make the material and the process accessible; I work to ensure I can actively engage and adapt to the individual style and needs of each student. I believe that it is vital to establish a rapport where students are comfortable asking questions, making mistakes and are given stimulating and varied tasks during the course of every lesson.
I am willing to assist at any level, on anything, up to undergraduates. I work by starting with basics and incorporating more and more until my student and I have reached the level necessary. I like to work together when correcting work and have an open dialogue instead of returning work with notes.
My goal is to teach my students to write well, from wherever their starting point may be. I tutor especially for college admissions essay development and college/graduate level writing taught in classical style. The college essay can be the deciding factor in the admissions process.
I have been in school for over 16 years. I have a Bachelors in Health and Human Phyisology. I have over 5 years of Spanish under my belt. I have read countless books and articles and I am full of Star Trek Trivia.
I have a Doctorate in Education from Texas Tech, a Master of Science from Georgia State University and a Bachelors and Masters from Southern Polytechnic State University in Georgia. I was a project engineer when I finished my undergraduate (with Southern Engineering Company) and progressed to teaching because I enjoyed research and computer applications.
There are three core elements to my teaching methodology. First, I ask strategic questions to help you see things from the perspectives you are being asked to address and wrestle with relevant concepts. This is a subtle, but critically important skill to develop. Second, I use visuals whenever I can.
My teaching method is well-rounded and accommodating to all learners. I base my classes on overall knowledge, understanding, and application. I approach each topic by learning what the student knows and guiding my instruction to meet and exceed their needs.
My teaching methodology is to learn who my students are and how they best learn. By doing this, I am able to start where they are and then help them to progress. My lessons are tailored to fit their needs rather than teaching them in a uniform fashion.
I base my class on topics. For my speech class each class will be based on a relatable topic such as childhood, or family stories, etc. The class will incorporate creative writing by creating their own short speech (paragraph long) and then sharing that either with me or with the class.
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.
I am to work with students closely in order to provide them with knowledge that will be useful to them throughout their lives. My focus is on giving students needed skills, as well as improving their critical thinking skills so they can help themselves in the future.
I base my courses on the content that my students present to me. I then create a course of action based on addressing the issues they have said content. In regards to essay writing specifically I go through prior essays, mark points of interest, and use those points to ask questions, as well as offer constructive criticism on how to improve the pieces of writing presented to me.
I am here to help guide you in the right direction. To take your essay and make it sound more elegant. I want to help you express your thoughts in a concise, readable paper. My assistance has helped bump their grades up, land jobs out of college, get students admitted to graduate school and even medical school. I would like to help you in any way possible.
As an adult educator (M.Ed.), I have a great deal of experience instructing teens and adult, as well as individuals with barriers to employment. I have tutored learners on various topics, specialized testing and research methods. I have more than six million dollars in grant writing success. I can help you write, research or just learn the basics of grant writing.
My name is Gabriel and I have a Bachelors in Biblical Studies and employment SPECIALTIES in CUSTOMER CARE and MANAGEMENT, DATABASE, GRAPHIC & WEB DESIGN, SOCIAL MEDIA as well as MENTORING and TUTORING in the PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT field. PERSONALIZED INSTRUCTION is offered via Skype or other online meeting space to CUSTOMIZE your STRATEGY for ACHIEVING your GOALS.
I am a Cornell University graduate who specializes in helping students with ACT and SAT Prep as well as college admissions essays and resumes. I have previously worked as a tutor for ACT/SAT prep and as a resume builder for both students and professionals. I am extremely compassionate and work with students to reach their highest potential in any way I can.
I provide tutorials, coaching, and individualized instruction or consultations for all kinds of academic assignments with an emphasis in the humanities and social sciences. Additionally, I provide customized time management and study skills Success Plans for students at all levels.
I completed my PhD in 2006 in Social Studies and Global Education at The Ohio State University. Between 2006 and 2009, I taught in the College of Education at Winona State University and successfully served on multiple department, College, University, community, and state-wide committees. During the 2009-10AY I taught Introduction to Chicano Studies and Introduction to Ethnic Studies at St.
My teaching is often through guiding questions and providing resources. I am a huge proponent of helping students find ways to answer their own questions so that sustainable and lasting skills can be taken from sessions beyond my time with them.
As a graduate student with my eyes on a career in academia, I work with undergraduates and graduate students on essays for their coursework, graduate and professional school applications, fellowship applications, and professional documents such as CVs, resumes, and cover letters.
Although my college degrees and experience as a teacher and tutor serve as my professional qualifications, they are not what make me a successful tutor.
Cover letters and resumes can be incredibly dry, boring documents by nature. My background in research and creative writing has given me the tools needed to help you with capturing a potential employer's interest and conveying what makes you unique as a candidate. We will work together to identify your unique qualities and assess how to captivate your reader through creative writing.
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