Bachelor's of Science in Physics and Bachelor's of Arts in History as undergraduate. In graduate school, focused on International Studies, the subject matter of my M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. The field allowed me to bring together my broad training in economics, social science, and philosophy.
My teaching methodology is student centered. I believe a student learns best when he or she is performing an application. I use activities and resources that include primary and secondary sources, graphic organizers, games, sorts, music, video, political cartoons, and poetry.
BS in Psychology, 2012, University of Florida. MS in Higher Education, 2016, Walden University. Additional college courses in French language, Greek History, Egyptian History, African American history, European art and architecture. Trained in CHAMPS educational theory. Trained in education development of young adults.
I approach each topic by giving the keywords to look for before doing a homework assignment or studying for any type of test.
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 works for anyone for anyone from elementary school to college. -I usually will ask if anyone has any question before reviewing the material that needs to be learned. -I'd then review with the students. -Finally, I'd ask what confused the students and try to clarify by having a meaningful conversation with the student or group of students.
My teaching method tends to be discussion based but I adapt to meet my students' needs. Students can expect a variety of small and large group activities (based on class size), creative projects, critical analysis, and materials that are related to lived experiences and the larger society.
My teaching method is laid back and tailored to the student. I like to go at the student's own pace and recognize that learning is a process. I offer Psychology lessons to high school and undergraduate students. I offer writing and English help to elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as undergraduates and adult learners. My lessons are easy to understand.
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.
Hello, my name is Selena and I am a student just like you. I am currently attending Cleveland State University as a junior with a 4.0 GPA. I am very animated and passionate about the subject of psychology. I love helping others to understand the fascinating and exciting concepts within this constantly expanding field of study.
As a state licensed teacher and Masters degree holder I have taught and tutored from Elementary to Graduate level students. I understand the obstacles learners may experience. Retention may hinge on being able to relate curriculum to students that not only meet the class needs but the individual needs.
I have taught African Civilization, Cultural Anthropology and Cultures of the World for 14 years at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, New Jersey, U.S.A. These are Associate Degree students who will eventually transfer to universities and four-year colleges to earn their Bachelor degrees.
My technique is simple in nature and depth in practice. I want to find out what makes your learning yours due to an individualized approach that benefits the individual and the class when appropriate. I have have heard from previous students that they each got something different than one another.
I base my classes and tutoring on what works best for my students. For example, I read my students' Individual Education Plans so I can effectively educate them. I also establish appropriate relationships with parents to get them involved in my classroom. I discuss teaching strategies with other teachers to get ideas about how to effectively teach every kind of learner and student.
I always prefer to teach using the Socratic method, that is, by asking questions in an attempt to prompt the student to reach an answer on their own accord. This method leads to better retention of information and the ability to deploy concepts in critical thinking exercises, as opposed to simply on tests.
My teaching method is to present students with information on a topic through notes and visuals to help drive home concepts and create understand of more difficult material. I also believe in being flexible with how I present material, and I can use recordings and videos to further help students who are more audio-visual learners.
My teaching method varies depending on who I am teaching. I like to prepare a general overview of the class for the first lesson and once I meet with the student I can then adjust and create a lesson plan that best suits the student. I am patient and as a tutor, I am here as a tool for whoever needs me, therefore, I can adjust to any circumstances to best fit who I am helping.
As a teacher I try to make the subject interesting and exciting to the student. I like to find their strengths and use them to help them succeed. Every child is like a ball of clay just waiting to be molded by the right person.
My teaching method is a healthy mixture of lecture, collaboration and discussion. I feel that students learn best when they can apply what they are trying to learn to every day life. If you can relate to it, you can learn it.
Masters of Science in Sociology specializing in Social Policy & Social Problems. I have 15+ years of childcare, educational instruction, and tutoring experience. I am great at developing a plan for your assignments or test prep.
A seasoned public speaker; career academic with skilled talents which include sales, marketing, leadership, social media, networking in both corporate and academic environments, by demonstrating rich interpersonal, and critical thinking skills and continually met or exceeded my ability to initiate and sustain relationships in many different professional scenarios.
I completed a Master's degree in Human Resources because I love helping public school students and adults. You will find me to be a person who gets to know the student, their strengths,weaknesses, and goals for the future. My teaching experience has been 6-12 public school, plus all grades subbing, plus I was a human resources instructor in the Army for 18 years.
I am working on a psychology minor, which will be finished this next semester. I focus on memorization and understanding of the work. If the concepts are not fully understood, it is best to focus on them until they are understood. I focus on applying the principles learned in psychology to real life situations to build memory and to help the student.
My educational journey is rather unique I enrolled at Laney Community College in 1999 as a returning non-traditional student. In 2002, I was accepted into the University of California, Berkeley where I earned undergraduate degrees in Sociology, African American Studies. In 2007, I entered Cornell University in the field of Africana Studies.
I have a BS in Psychology, a MA in Counseling, and I am currently pursuing a degree in Clinical Psychology at Walden University. I love exploring and learning and researching. I encourage my students to do the same. I am open and liberal and wish to help my students love to learn and expand their horizons.
In Turkey, one definition of who is a teacher, is “One who leads you from the darkness to the light – the darkness of ignorance, light of understanding.” This is a poetic expression of the inner wish of every true teacher – it is my wish.
I help Students who need additional help in their studies. I am someone who graduated from a non-traditional High School then pursued a BA in History then a BS in Secondary Education in order to allow students to have the best education. I then desired to help Adults with Education in Social Studies.
I am a teacher at the high school level. I currently supervise a computer lab in which my students are taking their course through an online program called Plato. My students are in the grade levels of 9th - 12th grade. I tried to plan according to the multiple intelligence of my students.
I am a "forty something" teacher living in the Pittsburgh, PA area with nearly 20 years experience as a teacher. I will give lessons to whoever asks if I can meet the topic content that they seek. The lesson structure may vary depending on the request. I have used various methods, with lecture being the most frequent, but visual aids, etc. are often used in conjunction.
I have completed an associate of arts from Jefferson Community College in upstate NY, and a B.A. in Psychology, minoring in social work at Limestone College in SC.
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