The first thing is meeting a student where they are and understanding their disconnect- what it is that they do not understand about what they are trying to learn. Once learning the disconnect, it is a matter of breaking the material down and helping them to learn step by step. Patience is key in helping others to learn.
I give lessons to anyone in need. I prefer to not have a set lesson plan for everyone because I like to feel the person out and their way of learning first to understand the best way to approach the situation.
Provided individualized support for students that are struggling with learning concepts. Offered students homework and boot camp to help student improve their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Outstanding classroom organizational skills to bring in focus and attention.
I try to teach the content in a way that is relatable to students. As a recent graduate I know what students go through and the mindsets and mentalities that go along with being in school.
BA in Psychology Bio-medical Psychology with minors in Mathematics, General Biology and Criminology. MS in Psychology- Applied Behavior Analysis, NeuroPsychology electives Certified Level 3 Tutor at Johnson-C.
I offer examples to help pinpoint where a student is stuck or having difficulty. I help them overcome their fear due to their age or lack of confidence. Repetition and recognition of key ideas and working examples together builds clarity. Tutoring is less lecturing and more listening, finding understandings and building on them in the right order and at the right pace.
The methods really justify the ends, you might say, because without thorough interpretation, study, and review, the student(s) usually cannot grasp fully the concepts that embody the subject matter at hand; it is therefore necessary to be all-encompassing, as much as possible, as it relates to the Math or Science.
In all classes, practical applications will teach you why you need to know what you're learning.
1983 master's in chemical engineering, 20 years in Paper Industry R&D, 2005 master's in math education, 2005 through 2008 high school math teacher, since 2008 adjunct math instructor in Charlotte, NC area colleges. I teach those with a desire to discover the relationships that exist in our universe and have been called "The David Copperfield of Math".
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