I approach each lesson by first allowing the student to explain what they already know and what they expect to learn. From there, I design a customized plan based on the student's specific needs. I try to engage students and make sure their questions are answered sufficiently by the end of the lesson.
My teaching methods are based on own training that I undertook in the train-the-trainer coursework. I provide training to all students, individuals, groups, beginners, intermediate and experienced computer users. I believe that there is "no question that is a stupid question". Train the student to be a trainer in turn.
For distance and online courses: Try computer conferencing. Use list serves. Clearly communicate your email response policy. Encourage e-mail correspondence and discussion forum use, especially beneficial for those that are shy or are from different cultures because it allows them a different avenue of communication that might be more comfortable.
My teaching style is to go at your pace. I want you to understand all concepts of one subject before we move on. I will have short quizzes ( but will not grade them ) to help you see where you are, and if we can proceed.
My teaching method is simple and straight to the point. Students learn from easy lecture, guides, self-practice, and walk-throughs. Making sure you understand HOW to do something is the most important goal. I want to teach you HOW do a task so that WHEN it's time for you to do it you will be CONFIDENT you will succeed even when presented with difficulty.
I aim to minimize senseless lecturing and focus on pure hands on examples. We will recreate issues and you will take the helm at solving them, using my teachings, and your own resources to resolve any roadblock. It is my vision that peak teaching comes from the student, and not entirely the teacher.
Lessons I teach are very hands on. I do not lecture, I will have you do everything hands on. Example if I need to teach you how to post a picture on facebook i will not do it for you. I will give you step by step instructions on how to do it.
If I'm teaching a class, we have explanations and definitions of terms, a demonstration of the procedures and then students follow the methodology to perform the task themselves. If it's one-on-one tutoring, the explanation, and the student drives the keyboard and mouse to perform the functions and gain the kinetic experience. I follow the adult learning model in all facets.
In my experience, everyone learns differently. My role as an instructor is to find the best way to relay information to YOU! I adapt to my students need. I do not believe in a set way of teaching.
As an experienced IT Support Specialist and Computer Technology Instructor, my main goal is to ensure that my students get a grasp on the concepts involved in resolving computer hardware and software issues. Since most hardware and software rely on the same basic principles, they are thus more confident in handling a multitude of common functions they will find in nearly all technology devices.
I am a very patient teacher who always tries to avoid a "canned" approach. I like to listen to my students and customize what I teach based on what you really want to know and also you own personal experience / comfort level. I also have learned to translate geek-speak into plain-old-English so that you walk away confident that you truly understand what we went over.
My main goal is to understand my students and their goal. I analyze their standing point and work from there. Each of my lesson plans are unique to each of my students. My strategies are to start from the basics and move forward.
I use a variety of remote communication technology applications to provide tutoring—Skype, Duo, FaceTime, Facebook Messenger, TeamViewer, Windows Remote Desktop, and Zoom, to name a few. My instructional methodology and approach is tailored to each individual learner’s comfort level and learning goals.
Having studied and taught in other countries I value communication. I love inspiring others and being inspired by them and I think that really makes learning worth it. I've studied different learning modalities but my own personal preference for learning is visual and kinetic, which means I like to see something done and physically do it myself.
My teaching method is to see what your child can do what they struggle on and what they simply cant do! I will do my best to help your child understand how a computer works and how to use it!
The method for teaching would depend on the subject that you wish to learn. I would go over the basics of each subject and slowly develop your skills into a more practical application. Potential Lessons: Basic Computing and getting experience with Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
My teaching method is solving the problem one step at a time. Each step has a reason and once each step is resolved, the overall understanding has an outstanding impact on the persons' knowledge. I give classes/information to anyone who is willing to take the time to learn the subject.
First, listen to the needs of the student(s) and determine their goals and subject matter areas. Second, evaluate their level of knowledge and/or exposure to the subject matter. Third, determine and effective approach to guidance,and review with the participant(s) to determine if the approach is within the scope, and modify/cusomize cirricula/schedule/content etc., to align.
My teach method is simple (to me!) I will first assess what you know (or think you know) and then we will move forward from there. Now be prepared to go to library to get recommended book and read recommended chapters to do test. No worries test is not a bad word, its just a way for me to make sure you have a complete understand of materials covered.
When I train and mentor new IT professionals I like to have them get as much hands on experience as possible. Sometimes the best tool for learning is failing, learning and trying again.
Learn by doing is the best method, i will give you the basic tools to startup and help you troubleshoot in IT related issues you might face. I found it to be a very productive way of teaching. Make mistakes and i am here to help you solve them.
I teach by first learning what it is you are trying to accomplish. Everyone has a different starting point in what they do and don't know about technology and I try my best to teach you something you can use in your career or hobby. I'm very open to all comments from my students and love to have in-depth conversations when there is something you want to know more about.
I am a former student of computer hardware and certain Windows basics and optimization at college education level. I give lesson's to anyone that wants to learn about this subject. All questions from my students are welcome about the subject . And I will do my best to make the tutoring sessions as friendly as possible and respectful.
Teaching with practical and clear examples. Simple methodology, learn by doing and using. Clarify questions by email, phone and always have good content to study and learn. Clarity and good didactics are fundamental, education and efficiency in teaching are also differential. Of course, practical classes.
I base my classes on the needs of my students and tailor them to current IT trends. I set a clear and concise program with extensive hands-on approach. I utilize visual presentations and "no question is a stupid question" approach.
I teach by listening first. Tell me what you need and we will start from there. I individualize my teaching to the person or people I am teaching.
The way I would teach you would give you the hands on version of the class , I have trained 5 of my personal family members and they hare all making 100k plus in there new career. I can teach you how to protect yourself from security threats and how not to get hacked.
My preferred method of education is first by showing and explaining, then having my student/s show me and explain in their own words. If there is a misunderstanding or confusion, then I would find out what the issue is, educate the student, walk them through the steps again, then have them show me without assistance.
I have a great deal of patience and am happy to answer the same question multiple times if necessary. I prefer that the student "drive" to get better acquainted with the subject matter. This helps to reinforce the subject matter and will provide a better learning experience.
The way I approach my teaching is I strive to find out the best way to teach each of the individuals in their native learning style. i.e. lecture/video/articles and any other resources they are comfortable with in grasping the content and material.
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