I am an English migrant on a Permanent Residency Sponsorship Visa; I have no specific requirements of my students; whether they be class top performers, or academic strugglers, I am one who tailors my approach to befit the student in front of me.
I do teach together and individually. At first, I individually understand each student approach to the subject and provide suitable assistance and support to help them understand the concept in a much better and simpler way.
I like to mix yoga and dance together to create something artistic as well. The fluidity of the body is the purpose of my course. You will explore an other way to move your body. Relaxation, breathing, stretching and fun are the key words of my course. We're going to practice outside on the grass, please bring your yoga matresses. I will contact you for the exact place for whom are interested.
I basically understand every student and evaluate their thinking capacity and will teach them accordingly to their potential.
I tutor both individually and in groups. I evaluate the capacity of each student and teach them in the way they understand.
Firstly going through the basics and the linkage of each and every item with each other and how things are to be learned realistcally.
I base my classes on how my uni lecturers structure our classes: 1. Lecture on the topic 2. A "Work it out" exercise at the end of each sub-topic 3. Ample opportunity for students to ask questions any time they don't understand anything 4. Tutorial session in which I will provide a worksheet composed of 3-5 questions 5.
I exactly know how struggled will be when you can't understand about new language, it keeps bothering me a lot when I learn English. The best way to solve is to keep practicing, like how I do. I bring myself to an English-speaking country to let the environment changing myself fit into this country.
I base my teaching method on the students themselves. I tailor my style to match them. I believe that each child is unique with a unique learning style and should be treated accordingly. For younger kids, I focus on teaching through interactive activities, while for older children, I prefer to make the concepts relatable for them and hence, easier to understand.
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.
I am a mature-aged educator, with a PhD in education. I have taught all school grades from pre-school to Year 12 including Maths to Year 10 and English and History to Year 12. I have also lectured in the VET system. I am persuaded that no learning takes place when children are bored, hungry, tense, upset, or feeling under pressure.
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.
I like to teach people how to succeed and how to pass their classes by explaining what the subject means and how the mechanism of processes takes place. Furthermore, I can clear doubts effectively and have developed quick learning and memorizing techniques which can help anyone willing to apply.
My teaching methodology is based on developing productive relationships with the student/s. This relationship provides a basis on which both teacher/trainer and students are seen as equal partners in the learning experience. Mutual understnding of each other is an essential backdrop to productive learing/sharing experienes.
I like to keep it simple. I teach people not lessons - everyone is different and learns differently, I like to focus on the individual and tailor lessons to their needs.
I approach mathematical problems by linking it to real-life applications. I have taught students in a class of 10, to a class of 250 between 2000-2008. I tend to include a lot of real-life applications, knowing that Maths can be a bore to some and making sure students can relate to their own experience at home.
I teach using short duration, hands on sessions, where the students can hold and manipulate objects to assist with their learning. I tailor each session to the student, modifying it to ensure it is geared to the student's interests and is presented in a way that the student likes to learn. I like to be up and moving around for my sessions, so there are lots of opportunities for movement.
Creating a solid foundation will enable a further, more advanced understanding of the chosen field. Because interactions are composed of sharing knowledge, it is expected that students question the very information that is taught. It is important to learn how to learn in order to master anything.
My methodology is to keep it simple. My students usually have some knowledge of what they want to achieve, and I can help them get that next step further. A normal lesson structure includes: 1. Going over what you would like to achieve for the lesson 2. What are you struggling with - any particular assignment, or homework, or an idea/ word/ concept 3.
I have a holistic approach to teaching. For example, learning Maths skills can be helped by having good Literacy skills -- A good understanding of Science can benefit from a good understanding of History, and so on. Helping students to see these connections is vital.
My teaching method is based i real life experience to relate the topics to what my students are acquainted with. In other words, my approach is not abstract. The emphasis is laid on life skills that enable and facilitate daily communication.
Help you fine tune those pesky problems or build your understanding ground up for those topics you haven't bothered with or procrastinated (like I used to). I suppose other than that it'll be what works best for you and how I can better achieve this results to help you.
I base my teaching methodology depending on the level in the language, to ensure fast results for motivated candidates. I also put a strong emphasis on learning deeply the basics of the language, so that the learning process becomes steadily more fluid as we go through.
I have been training people on basic computing since 2000. My teaching is geared to students of mature age, who want to learn how to use a computer and Microsoft office products My teaching method is one on one tutorials, hands on demonstrations.
I was a student of Hubei University of Engineering. I got my undergraduate degree in June, but I finished all my credits ahead of time, so I didn't have to stay at school and come to gap year, Australia, to experience a different life.
(1) Reading (reading, silent reading, reciting) (2) lecturing (telling, explaining, commenting, lecturing, retelling, reading, practicing and calligraphy); (3) Dialogue (question-and-answer, conversation, discussion, debate) (4) practical methods (observation, investigation, interview, visit, experiment, investigation, textual research, game, communication, tourism, practice, internship,...
I am a very easy going person and not a professional teacher. I would be fine in any way a student might feel comfortable. I also believe in enjoyment while studying as you will never like or do anything perfectly if you don't enjoy it.
My one on one teaching method will empower you to balance your own chakra's and energy fields, be wise and calm as a Zen Monk but loving, powerful and grounded. Based on the teaching's of Belinda Davidson, you will learn to tap into your intuition, make the right decisions in life and feel connected and grounded towards everything and everyone around you.
To explain in as many different ways possible. Help the student grasp concepts from the concepts they already know. I am fluent at English so I am very easily understood when I speak. Start from basics and teach from there.
My teaching methodology is based on the Orff principal of teaching through movement, play and improvisation. Teaching the foundations of theory through fun methods of playing music which then gives the child confidence in their ability to make and understand music theory when they are ready.
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