I have 11 years experience tutoring students from High school, TAFE, 1st year university and adult bridging courses. I have achieved a double major degree in chemistry and biology, with a minor in mathematics. In order to get the best results from my students, I tailor my lessons to suit their needs.
There is no one particular teaching 'style'. A great teacher can teach each student individually, whilst educating the whole class at the same time. Teaching is not simply 'standing in front of a classroom'. It is much more than that. Teaching or to be a great teacher is to build trusting, professional and friendly relationships with students of all cultures and backgrounds. This is Australia.
I help students to reach their potentials and provide confidence and encouragement to go further than they thought possible! I work with students weekly to achieve their personal bests and work systematically through their homework tasks and give them excercises and support for improving their skills.
Patience and engaging the student, praising efforts and rewarding with stickers. I provide my own resources. 'Homework' is provided, dependent wholly upon the child's own will to complete their set task/s, with no pressure or expectations placed on the child.
An energetic and proactive special education teacher who caters for each individual student and their needs. I am enthusiastically committed to changing the lives of everyone I come across by providing opportunities and encouragement to ensure they reach their full potential. I will always establish high standards for the students I deal with and provide the relevant support to achieve this.
My teaching methods are based on evidence-based techniques that are widely used in high schools across Sydney. Each lesson provides core activities that are delivered with supporting or extension variants to mold to the student's learning profile.
My teaching method is to cater to the individual needs of each student. I tend to lean towards hands on approaches. During my first lesson, I will focus on asking my student about their personal interests and areas of strength/ need. We will use this information to set growth goals. Ex: In the next 4 weeks I will be able to add within 120 by playing math board games twice a week for 1 hour.
I try to utilise a guided discovery teaching approach when structuring my lessons. With this approach, I am able to provide my students with basic content or information pertaining to the topic at hand, however, it is up to them to interpret and form their own understanding or conclusions. I will continually support students through this process, but the emphasis is on the student.
Hi! I’m Amy. I love working with children and helping them to reach their full potential. I have experience teaching children from 4 years old to 18 years old. I teach maths, English, the arts, history, geography, science, physical education and religion. I also love playing sports and exercising.
I adore the study of both history and the English language, and I strive to instil in my students both the joy and the advantages a good grasp on such subjects will bring. I tailor my approach depending on each student and their varied strengths and weaknesses, as well as any desired outcomes expressed.
I am currently studying at UQ in the Master of Commerce program with specialization in professional accounting. Through out my academic journey I have always shown great enthusiasm and results as the end defines all. I have assisted junior level school students to university students from with subjects from maths,English, physics, chemistry to accounting and financial analysis.
Due to my current university studies, I have an extensive portfolio of tips and tricks to facilitate engaging ways of improving student learning. My subject strengths lie in Maths and English up to a Year 8 level. I firmly believe in adjusting experiences to suit the learning style of the child to ensure successful knowledge transmission.
I approach each subject differently, depending on the requirements. If the subject has a laid out lesson plan, I will teach according to with topic they are learning in school. If the subject does not have a laid out lesson plan, I will see which aspect of the subject the kid is weak at, and focus on strengthening them at that area.
My teaching methods are broad-based. Entirely dependent on each student or group. This is an important issue to understand: Until both student and teacher have had, at least one lesson; until the teacher can assess, from direct experience, and after, the student has shown the teacher what that student has been doing in class — only then can a suitable "teaching methodology" become established.
My classes are based on first of all enjoying the subject matter and then getting the most out of the subject. Whether it is dance, yoga, music, art or meditation the philosophy is the same, what is the most enjoyment and fulfillment the student can get out of the subject according to their capabilities and expectations.
My teaching methods will be understanding your abilities and be knowing your likes and dislike in particular subject and proceeding with the topic you like most.
I believe that academic concepts are best learned when they are contextualised to suit individual needs and will aim to present knowledge in such a way that is suited to the student and their learning needs/preferences.
My lesson plans will be geared towards the particular student in order to help them in the topic they need help with. My rule is to first get to know the student so that they feel comfortable learning with me and are willing to be honest about what they can and can't do.
Friendly, motivated and patient Tutor available to help students facing difficulties with school curriculum and/or students who desire a better grasp and understanding of the subject matter. Available to assist with school assigned homework, and where necessary, available to provide extra work and practice questions/assignments.
I love watching students grow to their full potential, using the strategies used in our lessons with successfully. Learning should be educational and fun. A happy student is one who learns more readily. Watching students gain in confidence in subjects they had difficulty with is a wonderful experience.
Hello! My name is Zoe Knight and I am a recent graduate of a Bachelor of International Relations and I am currently undertaking my Honours at the ANU. Having been raised in many countries around the world - Portugal, China, UAE and Australia - I have a solid understanding of various teaching methods which I believe works to my advantage when tutoring.
My teaching methodology is adaptive to the individual. I taught communicative English to Chinese students in China in 2009 and would like to return when able. My lesson plans are influenced by the Rassias method and the learner’s understanding of English too. In my view, English acquisition pertains to student interests, strengths, learning style/s and their personality.
I teach the student in the most understandable way. As I myself am a student and have passed those subjects thus I try to make the things easy for the students by focusing more on the stuff to be focused and also making topics easily understandable to them.
I provide a supportive and productive learning environment, one that challenges and supports students to develop a deep level of thinking. I aim to encourage students to have confidence within themselves and their abilities. I focus on their individual needs.
I prefer a student-focused learning method where the student asks questions and we discuss the issue with examples and problems to solve. Teaching is subject-oriented for a deeper understanding of the subject including use of English in context.
I used to approach French or tutoring with kids in a fun way like songs, games movies and conversations. I went to Madagascar for volunteering when I was 20 and we taught French by fun and easy activities, like crafting, dance...
I am looking to tutor kids of any ability, whether they are struggling at school or are wanting to extend their learning. Lessons can be online or preferably in person as it is easier to engage and for the student to learn without distractions.
I believe all lessons should be focused around the student and their needs. I'd like to start by identifying exactly what the student is having trouble with. I know that homework can often pile up so I think the best way forward is to begin with basics, to make sure the student understands the area of English they need to work on, so then we can build up to working through homework and assignments.
I was a student that struggled to pay attention personally, tutoring literally got me through school and I understand the importance of keeping learning interactive and interesting. My teaching style is to put learning points into a language that students can understand and relate to.
My teaching methodology mostly revolves around helping students take control of their learning and facilitating them in the process. So I would give a 5-10 min overview of a lesson and then facilitate the students into shaping their own understanding.
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