My lesson plans are specific to the topic and the individual students' abilities, talents and interests. I have favorite materials and methods from my 7 years teaching. I devote hours of preparation for my lessons, particularly on research, also reviewing my resources from my teacher membership in educational websites.
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 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.
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 utilize a multi-sensory Orton- Gillingham systematic approach to my instruction and make the lessons fast paced, fun and rewarding. I believe in building a student's self confidence which makes them motivated to learn and become stronger more confident readers.
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.
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 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 .
We will work together as a team, learning more every day. Interaction and participation is a must. This theme or topic is one of my favorites in the Education Area, this means that we can have very interesting lessons through research, discussion, etc.
I teach each class with a multi-disciplinary and a multi-sensory approach to ensure all learners and learning types receive an appropriate lesson for maximum understanding. I have a structured approach in my lessons while maintaining the flexibility to capture unplanned teaching moments.
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.
My teaching method is highly adaptable, because no two kids learn the same way. This is especially true of kids with disabilities. I like to take time to get to know kids and figure out what helps them to best comprehend material, and then I adapt my style to best help them.
I have a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and master's degree in Educational Leadership. I am certified to teach students from birth to age 11, but have tutored high school students in the past. I believe that developing a strong rapport and relationship is essential to student success. Students are more willing to try difficult things if they feel comfortable.
As a licensed and highly-qualified Exceptional Children’s teacher with ten years of teaching experience in the field of Special Education, I have a passion for creating and implementing intervention strategies for students with exceptional needs and diverse learning styles.
My teaching method is based on each individual student and their needs. Everything is approached with calm and patience, along with happy enthusiasm to engage the child and shine a positive light on learning. I like to learn a bit about the student and I share appropriately about myself in order to establish a trusting and comfortable relationship.
My teaching methodology is a collection of technology and hands-on activities. The core component depends on assessing where the student is and where he/she needs to grow and delivering the material in various methods that are engaging, age-appropriate, and challenging to be sure student growth and retention is achieved.
The chances are your child is struggling not because they can't learn but because they are struggling to learn in a traditional learning environment. I try something a little out of the box, unconventional and get great results. I force your child to use their learning by questioning what they do know and fill in the gaps along the way.
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.
My teaching method is to make the lessons fun and to break things down as far as the student needs me to. I use an array of colors. If I can make a song to liven things up, I can and will.
With my background in special education I base all my instruction on providing my students with exactly what they need to be successful. No two students are exactly alike or will learn exactly the same. I make sure that as a teacher and a tutor I mold my lessons to match the learning style and interests of my students so that they will be engaged and attend to my lessons.
All strategies will accommodate the whole student and not just the labeled special needs. Lessons will be tailored to each individual students depending on the needs. The first lesson will establish levels of where the student is and what modalities are best suited for students.
I tailor my lessons to my student's individual needs.
I approach each topic by listening first. There are sometimes when we need to talk and confess about our feelings and unmade decisions. There are times when students are too afraid to confess to something to their loved ones and friends. I can listen to you orally or online. Whatever you're comfortable with.
Goal-focused teaching style. Main question: What do we need to accomplish? Method of breaking problems down into simple steps Organization Emphasis on teaching individuals to think! Relaxed, easy going, fun learning style. Let's think about the problem and possible solutions.
I tend to individualize both the material and form of relaying information based on what would be the best for the person. As someone who needed some adapting when learning how to interact with others, I am able to understand how to mold, or even rebuild the course/material for the increased success and understanding of what is being taught.
I teaching method is trust , respect . Once I give them trust in their own ability to learn then they would make their own progress. I like using s reward point system with a timer.
I like being a hands-on teacher. I believe students learn more when they're having fun. They also tend to remember the lesson if they are active in the lesson. I also like to use the I do, we do, you do method. Where I show them how to do a problem, we try together, then they try on there own.
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