My teaching methodology is using a customized approach based on my students' skills and abilities. The techniques I use are tailored to the needs of the students and their academic goals. Each session will be customized based on the level of students.
I want each and every student to understand the subject and what it entails, not just how to do a specific problems. I attempt to create an understanding in the student that takes them much further than my tutoring sessions. I will first identify your deficiencies in the given subject, and then fix those problems along with proving a solid foundation to the subject.
I like to approach tutoring sessions by knowing not only what the topics are but also with what specifically the student is struggling. Each student is different with different needs and I like to tailor my approach to meet those needs. I also regularly ask students for feedback on how I can better help them reach their goals.
I have primarily instructed college students at the University of Utah with topics ranging across mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, and general study techniques. However, I am comfortable tutoring any age group, from AP and ACT exams for High School students to return or nontraditional students at the University level.
I am quite passionate and enthusiastic about chemistry and love to see younger students find interest in the field. I have always enjoyed helping others learn and being able to share my knowledge about the subject.
My teaching methodology is to start with a technique or equation, discuss it, practice it using example problems, and then talk through how we derived the solution. Problem-solving is about thinking through the situation and identifying what is unique about it. Then we can solve a wider variety of problems.
I am inquisitive and perceptive in order to understand my student's learning style, whether they have a kinesthetic, auditory or visual learning modality, and adapt my teaching methods to their benefit. My tutees excelled in their classes because in addition to excellent academic tutoring, I tutor classwork success and test-taking methods to maximize understanding and score of the course.
My teaching method is to assist the student in discovering the solution on their own. I have found students in physics course often memorize formulas and misuse them due to a misunderstanding of the physics concepts.
Typically for the SAT math section; I would first have the student read through the section, attempt the questions, and go over any concerns they had. However with other more difficult subject levels like calculus concurrent instruction is sometimes required.
I encourage my students to make full use of my extensive body of chemistry knowledge by asking me plenty of questions. The smoothness of our sessions relies in part on the inquisitiveness of my students. I make lots of connections to real-life applications and have an aptitude for explaining difficult concepts using descriptive, intuitive analogies.
I am an experienced tutor who has taught students in High School and College level courses. The students who I see are usually having a difficult time applying the lessons they learned in class to their assignments, so we will typically review similar problems, breaking them down into simple parts that are much easier to understand.
My teaching methods includes, theoretical and practical lessons with real life scenarios and extreme research on each topics for better understanding. I also give assignment and feedback on each respective assignments given. For group teachings, i encourage collaboration among students.
I have found that the best way to learn organic chemistry is through pattern recognition. I have been successful with tutoring organic chemistry through showing and explaining the trends that we see within reactions.
I approach each topic by tailoring it in a way that applies to each individual student.
I have primary tutored at college level, but more than capable of tutoring at the high school level. My tutoring sessions have the reoccurring theme of introduction, specific problems of students, overview of topic, sample problem broken into a mechanism, and finally practice.
My method is "practice, practice, practice!" After the concert is taught properly, practical experience brings proficiency. The lessons need to be structured to read, listen and ask questions, presentation of the subject (misconceptions gone), and practice solving problems. Then, we practice test on higher order thinking test questions that EOC, ACT/SAT, AP/IB tests require.
Hi, I'm a highschool graduate who is self educated in philosophy and physics. I developed a theory on gravity from studying planetary development. I extend such knowledge into astrophysics and thermodynamics. My method of teaching is utilizing textbook information to teach physics by designing a planet. Drawings, email, Internet, and textbooks will be used as ways to teach.
Graduated at the top of my major in two degrees and always looked for teachable moments I want to help you learn not just pass the class The best way we learn is from our mistakes so I encourage them! I will help you break down where you went wrong.
My approach is based on understanding the concepts first (qualitatively), then working example problems to gain experience with the material. My belief is that good practice makes perfect, so we work problems and use problem solving skills to overcome difficulties.
My teaching method varies from student to student depending on what they need. I have developed tools and materials that approach each topic from several perspectives, each best suited for a different learning style. I incorporate many of these strategies while teaching so every students' needs are addressed. While tutoring, I work with the student to create a program that works best for them.
I'm Engineering Student. I love to teach as part-time job. Physics is my favourite subject and I see my self as theoretical physicist in future. During my session,I give a brief theoretical knowledge of subject before digging into problem solving.
I have completed all of the required chemistry courses for a B.S. in chemistry. Furthermore, I am published three times. I believe knowing a subject thoroughly is the key to being able to teach effectively. Also, identifying what means the student learns best with, whether visual, auditory, etc.
Hello, I am Mechanical engineering student at Wayne State University. I am a 4.0-gpa student, who believes that everyone deserves to get better grades. Learning the fundamentals and the basic concepts in the right way, makes us interested in the material.
I have been a General Chemistry and Advanced Placement Chemistry teacher since Autumn of 2007. I enjoy teaching and have made it a point to know and understand my students, and in doing so, I have helped connect Chemistry to their own lives.
My specialty is helping people get un-stuck, by figuring out where their thought process is going off track and, as much as possible, helping them find and correct that on their own, with a just a judicious nudge or apt question. My preferred approach is to look at work and troubleshoot from there, rather than lecture or talk in generalities.
My teaching style is very casual and low pressure, but engaging with whoever I'm teaching is always the priority. I want my students to be as comfortable as possible so they can focus completely on learning at their most efficient pace.
Based on my experience as a teacher/professor, researcher and process technology development engineer, I have had a feeling that students studying physics must be inspired to have curiosity and excitement to develop and understand the physical concepts of natural phenomena.
I follow a specific mantra for studying as well as if I am explaining something to somebody. I make sure the student knows the basics of a topic before going to higher levels or applications involving that topic. I try to explain things by asking questions, such that the students reach to the answers by themselves.
I believe that teaching is a two-way process where the teacher learns from the student as much as the student does from the teacher. My teaching philosophy centers on the belief that if the concepts are presented clearly and interactively, it can kindle the interest of the students, encourage individual exploration and strengthen intuitive reasoning skills.
My teaching style is to first help students find what method and structure of studying helps them learn the best and build a regiment around their own learning style. Then, I help to show students place subject material in the context of relevant applications, to show why coursework can help them.
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