I give lessons, with respect to students, at various levels-----i.e., from the High School level, to the College/University level------based on my teaching experience of over 30 years. My lesson structure, varies------depending on the level of the students. My characteristics are tailored to fit the requirements, etc., of each student.
First, we’ll talk and decide what you need. For example, structuring papers, speaking, test preparation, learning skills and more.
There is no one approach because everyone learns differently. I like to spend the first session just getting to know you/your child and your strengths and weaknesses.
I have a degree in Business Management and have been able to make a difference at my current employer.
I seek to engage students in their own learning and increase their test scoring ability as well as their ownership of the material to be learned. Overall, I gear a course towards students' individual learning styles as much as is allowable, with an emphasis on task completion within different formats.
My method is to assess where you are and learn about your goals, and then devise a fun and effective program to help you reach those goals as quickly as possible. I use a combination of resources, mixing verbal/ auditory inputs with visual instruction in order to maximize comprehension and retention by making duel neural pathways in the brain.
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 approach each student with an asset based lens. I build from the foundation of knowledge that individual holds, and then utilize a restorative, strengths based approach to uplifting the inherent skills already present. I am patient and encouraging, and I understand there are no bad students, only missed chances at application.
My method of teaching is based on building healthy relationships with my students that foster them to take ownership and accountability for their academic goals through self advocacy. The better the student can learn themselves the easier it will be to learn content. They will be able to pin point what they need to learn best with the facilitation of the teacher.
My teaching methodology, when assisting in essay writing, is collaborative. I help students mine for ideas and personal details about their lives, and then help them structure these into a formal yet creative essay. When teaching the mechanics of grammar, I take a more didactic approach, explaining concepts using examples and modeling.
My teaching philosophy is that every student learns differently and has different needs. This is why I don't believe in a one size fits all teaching method. I asses each student and create a lesson plan based on their needs and the subject matter being taught. I have found from my years of teaching that this methodology is what works best.
Education Graduate coursework in English Composition, SFSU–2013-14 Bachelor of Arts in Humanities, Magna Cum Laude, SFSU–2013. • Area of concentration: Modern and ancient Japanese culture and history • Additional coursework and areas of interest outside of concentration: Technical and marketing writing, Journalism, and Communications law. • Overall SFSU GPA: 3.
It's simple: My role is to access each person's needs and bring them to a place of greater understanding through customized tutoring. I'm not here to lecture; I'm here to teach you strategies to build your own skillset. I am patient and encouraging, and I will always focus first on what you are doing well.
I base my classes on the needs and goals of the student. I can provide the teaching materials, or we can use your personal materials/ homework. Each lesson, I will give you plenty of time to practice and review. I believe in positive reinforcement and having fun while you learn.
My aim along with tutoring a student is to teach him / her the effective study skills as to boost the his / her confidence and self-esteem. I am a life-long learner, and I do my best to assist my students to become the ones, too!!! I personalized my teaching strategies to every individual student's need, level of comprehension and experience.
I am currently a PhD student in English and have served as an adjunct English and composition instructor for the last 8 years. I prioritize my students' needs, teaching them strategies for academic writing and reading comp with activities/vocabulary assignments, or their homework.
Writing is something that either is purely informative or is art in the making. I believe the best writing must come from your soul. Let me help you find your passion and get it out onto paper. I can also just help you write those thrilling college essays that you've been dragging your feet on. I can guarantee you will stand out from the pack.
I provide writing feedback and instruction to high school and college students alike. Most students request assistance with development, organization, formatting, style, and grammar. However, I also teach higher level students to incorporate advanced writing techniques into their academic papers.
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.
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 tutor students with an individualized approach to help with study skills, test taking strategies, homework assistance, organizational tips, and retention tools that instill confidence in learning. I use a customized, patient, and positive approach towards learning that shows students that they can achieve their goals.
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 love to work with the "hard to reach" and/or "struggling" students. I enjoy helping them to see it as a challenge, a puzzle to figure out. What needs are not being met and how can we turn the pieces of the puzzle so that they fit? I am skilled at helping students (of all ages) determine and establish goals and a plan to reach those goals.
I am a teacher who cares about the comfort level of the students. I have been known to get along well with everyone, especially as I have been to different countries and have developed a sense of cultural sensitivity. I take into consideration the concerns of students and parents alike. My lessons often start with content and student-centered activities.
I graduated from Northeastern State University in 1990. After being a housewife for 15 years, taught special education for 7 years. I utilize all the learning modalities for each lesson simultaneously, so all students' mode of learning is available for individual success.
I offer lessons to middle or high school students who need help with any facet of either English Language Arts or Social Studies. I am a flexible educator who stresses the need for connection and meaning in learning. I advocate for enjoying learning and connecting lessons to your real life.
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.
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