I received both my BA in Natural Sciences and my PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Cambridge, UK. For every student I tutor I devise an individualized learning program which is designed to meet the student's specific needs and learning style. I am a full-time tutor and I devote a lot of energy into ensuring every student I teach reaches their full potential.
I believe every student is capable of learning and succeeding in his academic goals. This is how I approach each lesson. I make sure I provide opportunities for success so the student leaves the lesson with a boost of confidence and encouragement.
I enjoy working with students in grades K-8. I believe that all students are entitled to learn. Each child is unique and is at a different reading level. There is much to learn in life. I look forward to meeting you.
I teach clearly and thoroughly with patience and kindness. I instill confidence and teach accordingly to the type of student you are. I also work patiently with ADD and ADHD students. I simply love to teach and love the subject of reading.
I adapt instruction based upon curriculum-based assessments and address individual educational plans and goals to meet the needs of my students. I provide all students with a positive learning experience through verbal praise and encouragement in order to enhance self confidence in their abilities to learn new skills.
I tutor children and act as a guide to helping them understand how they best learn, work, and interact with the world. In doing this, I can support the child and their mind so that they learn what they need to for school and that they fill any gaps of knowledge that will clear up all the confusion. I also teach them how to be emotionally stable, secure, and resilient.
Dr. Melissa Williamson Educational Background • Des Moines University, B.S. in Medical Science Born in Orlando, Florida, Melissa grew up on the Space Coast, enjoying the beach and Space Shuttle launches from NASA. Driven, Melissa graduated from medical school in 1996 and practiced as a podiatric surgeon in Illinois.
My teaching method is very hands on. I start by taking an interest survey to see what my student is interested in and what they find easy/difficult about the subject(s) I will be teaching them. This allows me to do two things. One, see what my students enjoy and like to learn about. Two, it tells me what their confidence level in the subject at hand, and what they may need to work on.
i had trouble has a child with reading and hated books now with a BA in English i want to help someone else. I want to encourage and give confidence. I will apply my lessons from long ago. Or even enrich my own set of learning skills.
I am a retired teacher/case manager and a Grandma. My grandchildren are the light of my life and I have always loved working with children. I enjoy camping, traveling, movies, reading, cooking, baking and most of all, my family. I Graduated from WSU River Falls with a Bachelor of Science degree (elementary ed. major and music minor).
I make each one of my students feel comfortable. I ask the student about their favorite activities, whether it is a sport, music etc. In tutoring, I use a combination of Lindamood Bell tutoring, Sylvan Learning techniques and my educational experience I had while interning for my degree in Elementary Education. I give my individual attention and go at a pace that suits each student.
Establishing a positive relationship with students is the foundation for productive learning sessions. Finding and building on student's strengths is the key to maximum success. Students learn best when they are motivated by stimulating lessons and hands on activities that keep them engaged.
My teaching methods will be based in part on diagnosis, in part via assessement of how well children can learn, strong and weak areas, teaching study skills and building on current strengths. Teaching methods are based around a variety of modalities (including Kinesthetic) and are solultion focused and aimed on positive growth.
I shape my teaching methods to each child, since every child is unique! I tutor elementary to middle school students, specializing in teaching ADHD and Autistic kids. I use techniques such as engaging in the child's interests and highlighting their strengths in order to improve the areas they need help in.
I love working with students with exceptional needs, great interpersonal skills. love to integrate your interest into the learning experience. Teaching experience pre-K - 8th grade (classes will be for pre-K to 3rd grade).
I am a college student who is a special educations Para professional ,and I am trained in helping students of all kinds . I'm working on becoming a special education teacher I am also working in becoming a ESLand ABE .
I base my teaching method on informal testing to determine skill level of my students. I also talk to parents to find out their goals for their children. I believe that learning can and should be fun, and I use a lot of teacher made manipulatives.
My teaching style demonstrates dedication to fostering a positive learning environment and maximizing individual student performance. I teach according to the learning style of the student, and I will incorporate other teaching styles to expand on the style of learning.
My teaching methodology focuses on collaboration, strategic planning and intentional goal setting. Parents and students are my greatest partners in an academic relationship. When reviewing IEPs, school agendas and family goals, I want to ensure buy in from all stakeholders and develop tutoring strategies that promote life-long learning and skill replication for the student within the classroom.
I have successfully used structured, multi sensory teaching techniques to help students in grades K-12 learn how to read. My energy and enthusiasm is contagious and builds confidence and desire to learn. I am highly creative and have the ability to motivate struggling learners.
I incorporate adaptive lessons and group learning experiences to meet the unique needs of students. I believe in developing rapport and building trust, to encourage independence in students. I use multi-sensory teaching techniques in the areas of math and reading. I work 1:1 and in small groups with students on sight word recognition, phonetic awareness, and reading accuracy and fluency.
My teaching method depends on my students. I always make sure to teach to the way they learn. Some students prefer to hear a lesson, others need to see it. I go above and beyond to make sure my students "get it" and encourage all questions and comments.
My teaching method is to building relationships with students. When you build relationships then everything else fall in place. I will use the first meeting to get to know the student and see where I can meet them on their level.
My teaching methodology is finding a strategy that works for the student and then teach that individual that strategy so that they can grasp the lesson that they need to learn. My lesson structure is based on the ability of the student and what he/she can learn based on a lesson plan that will be prepared for them.
I really like to get to know my students and find out what they like. I try to present lessons through things that interest them, if at all possible. Examples are music, movement, and art. I feel that the more a student is interested, the better they learn.
I am an experienced tutor, and I love to help the kids as much as I can, but I also encourage them to think and solve the problems on their own. This is how they gain confidence in themselves. I help them to read a passage, but then give them a chance to read on their own.
I believe tapping into the specific learning needs of the student is key to overall success. Every child is unique! My goal is to assess every learner and create challenging and achievable academic goals. I help them feel excited about learning.
My teaching method is I use is called the gradual release model. The gradual release model is the I do (Teaching/Mini-lesson/the teacher teaches a new skill or strategy), We do (Group-work/the teacher and students together to practice the skill or strategy taught) and You do (Independent work/the students work alone practicing the skill or strategy).
My teaching method is to use differentiated strategies to assess each student's level of comprehension. I base my classes on students being able to grasp what I am teaching, using warmer activity, presentation of the topic and initiate practice methods.
I base my teachings on starting off with picture books then progressing to chapter books. I am great with time and patients. Even if it takes weeks to finish that book, my students are going to finish it. Depending on the comprehension of the books they have read, they will move up a level. I will give you a benefit of the doubt as to whether my tutoring is beneficial or not.
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