Learning technical subjects requires problem solving. Concepts are be explained clearly if there is a need. Otherwise, practice is the focus. Active learning is best in any subject. Teaching strategy in test taking is beneficial to many students. I want to help students learn problematic material. Beating fear of success is possible through sustained small successes.
I understand that every person is different so I don't have one specific way of going about things. I will make sure that I work under your needs and circumstances to make sure that you get the best experience possible and learn in a way that's best for you.
I believe in personalized educational support tailored to a student's particular needs. I enjoy working collaboratively with students to meet their goals--taking advantage of their academic strengths and improving their areas of growth. My classroom teaching experience allows me to use proven teaching techniques beyond typical tutoring.
I have a Bachelor's of Science in Biology and Biochemistry and a minor in Molecular Biology and immunology from University of Nevada, Reno. In addition to my scientific background I have certifications in Oracle SQL, MySQL, Google Suites, and Microsoft Suites. All of which, I possess exceptional proficiency in.
My teaching method is based on an "I do, We do, You do", starting with a learning goal and objective that has a check for understanding. Then moving to the "I do" which typically involves a visual review and reminder to students that models and explains what we are working on. Then the "we do" moves into an engaging activity that involves the topic that we just went over.
I am a firm believer that teaching requires patience. My worst fear is someone feeling too uncomfortable to ask me a question they have. I make it a priority to make students feel safe and comfortable during our sessions, and treat them like a best friend versus just a student.
My teaching methodology is dependent on how the student learns. If they learn visually, then I tailor my methods to be visually heavy. If they learn logically, then I present logic-based rational explanations. If they learn through examples, then I present real-life application and examples.
I approach each teaching opportunity in a different way. I try to gear what is most appropriate in every situation. I tend to lean towards a communicative and illustrative approach. I believe that every student is different and deserves the attention they need. Some are visual learners, while others are more auditory or verbal learners.
I am a graduate of Penn State Brandywine with a Major in Letters, Arts and Science with a minor in International Studies. I am a graduate student at West Chester University and majoring in Certification in Early Grades Preparation/Special Education. I will be a certified teacher at the end of 2018.
I approach each topic by examining how a student best engages with the subject. Some students are more likely to push themselves in an application-based curriculum (working with scenarios, complex word problems) while others will find themselves mastering material with more repetition-based tasks. More than anything though, I want my pupils to not dread the experience.
I always listen to my students and try to connect their previous knowledge with the current lesson.
First, I like to identify a goal. Understanding often comes in chunks; grasping one piece can enable students to understand subsequent ideas easily. I like to model my instruction off that of the best teacher I've ever had, my high school AP Calculus teacher. He mixed many mediums in his lessons.
I am willing to teach any level, but I would probably be best suited for high school and older since I have never tutored younger ages. Since every student learns differently, my techniques for teaching differs with the student.
I'm a businessman and a college professor who has been tutoring peers since he was 8 years old. I have tutored all age levels from primary school all the way to undergraduate and graduate levels. I'm more of a hands on tutor. I prefer to have you tell me what you don't understand and we try to work through it together. I'm very patient and just want to see you succeed.
I am dedicated to student’s success by requiring them to think critically through creating a positive classroom environment that encourages discussion and participation. My teaching style is student centered and requires students to use problem solving skills that will help them be successful in their careers. I assess the math levels of my students and then teach accordingly.
I teach by providing a general example and working it out with my students. I believe rehearsal helps a lot in learning and retrieving information as well. I enjoy going over materials as many times needed. I understand that everyone has a unique time that takes them for to learn something and I respect that.
I teach the basic background and give examples. Then I help the student with the homework assignments, by giving hints on how to do them and then if necessary guiding the student to complete each assignment. I try to relate each assignment to past assignments already completed by the student.
My teaching method is all about you. After initial assessments and discussions, I let the student weaknesses, strengths, and progress drive the path of the sessions. In each session, I guide students through example and practice problems to prepare them to achieve above the minimum and truly understand the course material.
I tutor by attempting to work myself out of a job. I know that people learn by connecting new novel information to information that they already understand. I teach through finding what it is that someone knows and trying to figure out the disconnect between what they know and what they don't. I focus on helping them understand the disconnect as a means of learning how to learn.
I am a graduate engineering student. I can teach mathematics students in high school and first two years in the university. I can also teach physics in high school. My methodology involves knowing the student initial knowledge about the topic, introducing the topic, discussing and explaining the topic giving out of exercise and solving of problems together.
My teaching method is starting of with problems first and then working backwards towards using subject matter to solve problem. The more subject matter learned. the more difficult the problems become. Have taught undergrads a Berkeley College using this method and think it works for all age groups.
I have taught Math to students in grades 6 to college level for the past 20 years with a high success rate. This past year, 100% of my Algebra 1 students passed their EOC exam and received high school credit. I enjoy giving tips and tricks to help you remember the difficult formulas and steps to solve the problems. I like to involve you in the learning process as well.
EDUCATION Florida Institute of Technology B.S.
I am a graduate Aerospace Engineer that is working do web devolving. I tutor people who are in need of help in math whether doing homework or they have difficulty to understand. I like to do one one lesson which I believe people learn better.
My teaching method is tailored specifically for your needs. Every learner requires focus on different areas, and I match those needs with my overall mathematics curriculum. I prefer to focus on students in grades 7-12 because this is where the core understanding on math fundamentals happens.
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.
I teach in an engaging manner and make sure my students contribute actively. I come to my class with an Ipad or my iPhone, were my lecture notes are stored. I also talk about social activities outside the class to know about the students.
I work with anyone who wants to learn. I taught a student in his early 50's with dyslexia, college students, high school students, and middle school students. An integral part of my methodology is making the material memorable for my students. I do that by incorporating my students' interests along with humor.
I earned a BS and an MS in Civil Engineering with a Minor in Mathematics, an MS in engineering management, and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering. I also have real world experience and will be happy to assist. So, if you need to know more about me, please reach out.
I like to lead my students to be able to answer the questions on their own. I always start by finding out how far they are in solving a problem and supplying them with little hints to allow them to continue solving the question till they have solved it. This way they know what to do at every step of the way.
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