I teach SAT and ACT prep in classes and 1-to-1. I hsve uniques strategies that employ such that the students can see the recurring patterns in the SAT and ACT question snd answer them with comfort and ease. I work hard to make sure my students have the confidence to tackle the SAT and ACT by working with them initially and then gradually leaving them to show me what they can do independently.
Bachelor of Arts Degree in American Studies, Russian Studies and Law. 2 years of law school at "night school". 20+ years classroom experience teaching English for General and or Academic Purposes in Russia, Central Asia, Poland, Cyprus and Sultanate of Oman for students entering higher education and need English to be successful with their professors.
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I have received a graduate diploma of National Oil Academy. Also, have numerous certificates of practical seminars, training courses which helped me to improve my professional skills. During my work, I use different methods and techniques for better understanding and high results of my students.
I have a degree in Business Management and have been able to make a difference at my current employer.
I seek to engage students in their own learning and increase their test scoring ability as well as their ownership of the material to be learned. Overall, I gear a course towards students' individual learning styles as much as is allowable, with an emphasis on task completion within different formats.
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.
My teaching method for SAT prep is a lot of targeted practice with real exam questions. There is a pattern and once students can discern the patterns, they are a lot more successful. I also believe in using test-taking strategies in order to eliminate and critically think of alternate ways to solve problems.
I know that all children can learn. A diagnostic test should be given to the child and appropriate data must be gathered after this initial assessment. The results of this data drives the instruction while on-going progress monitoring provides additional data for remediation. Remediation is given until the child has successfully mastered the skill based on the final assessment.
I am a high school English teacher currently teaching 11th-12th grades. I teach British Literature, Mythology, AP Language, and Science Fiction, and also have past experience with 10th grade English and ESL. I believe it's important to get to know each student as an individual; no two people have the same needs as learners.
I believe that an equitable classroom climate is an environment in which everyone has what they need to achieve a similar goal. I understand that we all learn at different paces and in different manners. The key to success in the classroom, is figuring out how an individual learns and providing them with the best fuel for their personalized learning experience within your classroom.
I earned my BA in English Literature from Providence College in 1968. I hold a MEd from Boston University, a Master of Divinity from the Episcopal Divinity School and a Master of Theology from Boston College. In my tutoring, I try to build on a student's current strengths as a first step to improving their academic performance.
I spend the first session getting to know my students in order to grasp what they're struggling in, what they hope to achieve academically, and what resources they need to do it. I then gather worksheets and cultivate a lesson plan that is individually crafted for them. Whether it be test prep, reading help, or writing tips, I have resources on hand from my grassroots tutoring program.
My goal is to have a positive impact on each individual that I come into contact with and to help them reach their learning goals. Each student is approached uniquely, based on their needs, in order to inspire and promote maximum learning. I encourage asking questions, as I firmly believe that no question is too insignificant or stupid. Healthy self-confidence is nurtured here.
I care for my students' frustrations, I listen, and create the best possible course of academic progress after getting to know them, so that I can relate to their mode, and see what is going on with my students' objectively, and then finally I eliminate all negative factors/and or other influences or factors which may hinder their progress and successful education completely.
I love to use hands-on strategies as well as connect everything with critical thinking - allowing students to apply their knowledge to their lives and thus becoming more productive citizens. I believe the positive reinforcement and scaffolding are key to making sure students learn at a good pace while retaining all necessary information.
My teaching methodology, when assisting in essay writing, is collaborative. I help students mine for ideas and personal details about their lives, and then help them structure these into a formal yet creative essay. When teaching the mechanics of grammar, I take a more didactic approach, explaining concepts using examples and modeling.
My teaching philosophy is that every student learns differently and has different needs. This is why I don't believe in a one size fits all teaching method. I asses each student and create a lesson plan based on their needs and the subject matter being taught. I have found from my years of teaching that this methodology is what works best.
I am a certified Math teacher with a degree in Mathematics and a degree in Political Science. I've tutored for the SAT, GED and High School proficiency tests; as well as "homework help". I've taught various math subjects including Basic Math, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry and Trigonometry.
My teaching uses story-telling to grab interest and dramatize material. Attractive visuals with PowerPoint and video are helpful. My talks involve asking students/audience members a lot of questions draw them out and evoke conversations that serve as springboards for material.
I have an MFA in poetry, a BFA in English, and a CELTA certificate, along with teaching endorsements in English, ESL, and GT (gifted and talented). I taught English Literature and Language to 7,8, and 9th graders for 10 years, ESL for several years, including several years of work with international students.
Students that come to me for tutoring have specific skills they need to improve. For that reason, I provide an individualized student-centered approach that aims to target areas of improvement and turn them into areas of strength. My goal is to provide students with strategies that will help them maintain their progress long after our lesson.
There is no one method. It depends on the age and maturity of the students. It also depends on their skill level and motivation. While it is sometimes helpful to make it as fun and engaging as possible, that would be inappropriate at other times, such as when teaching essay writing.
I am a sophomore English major and Honors student with experience as an assistant editor on my college literary journal. Over the summer, I co-taught a creative writing class for elementary and middle school students where I worked to provide the tools for learning, as well as structure and guidance.
Bachelor’s, Master’s in Arts, English Language and Literature; International TEFL Teaching License, 180 hours, in-class, post-graduate course; Lesson Structure: Preview, Presentation, Practice, Evaluation, tailored to the individual challenges facing each student; Teacher's expertise: English for academic purposes, TOEFL and IELTS preparation.
I teach HS science, currently Biology, and am very excited to work with students helping them to prepare AND to move to the next level of understanding. I believe science is so amazing and should by taught that was as well. I graduated from BGSU and have also worked in Engineering on Cad/Cam as well as been and Administrator at Owens.
I'm a progressive minded educator who empowers critical thinking skills and strategies no matter the lesson or task. In my classroom I focus on relevant, real world project-based learning, in context mathematics, and writing tooled to purpose and audience. Both in class settings and one-on-one, I get to know each student and make sure to differentiate lessons to their interests and learning style.
I am currently a PhD student in English and have served as an adjunct English and composition instructor for the last 8 years. I prioritize my students' needs, teaching them strategies for academic writing and reading comp with activities/vocabulary assignments, or their homework.
I firmly believe in individualized teaching/learning. What works for one does not work for all! I carefully customize my tutoring to fit the student's personal needs.
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