Every student has different needs and most of the time, if a student has some issues understanding a subject, it's a matter of motivation. Motivation is not a thing you have or don't have. It's more of an understanding of how our brain works actually. Every person needs to find a way to be motivated to learn about something.
During my classes, I always keep the student engaged with the topic of that lesson by asking the student to brainstorm over the topic and encourage them to think broadly and even sometimes think about how the content will offer them real-world benefits. This will let them understand the purpose of studying, so they become more excited and motivated about the lesson.
I prefer to teach one on one but a group of max 5 people would also be fine so that I can give individual attention to the student and explain the concepts clearly.
I am a member of the Golden Key International Honours Society and have completed a double degree in maths and stats, achieving a WAM of 92, a GPA of 6.69, high distinctions in over 85 % of the units. Finishing top student I was awarded two faculty medals for outstanding achievement.
I am currently a medical student from UTAS with a passion for teaching, helping students build confidence, and solve problems in a methodical, easy to follow way.
My teaching methodology is pretty interesting. i start with few basic questions to my students on the respective subjects.. through their answers i can check their mental level.. then i start to deliver according to their learning capacities..
I first try to figure out if there are any fundamental issues going on, since a good foundation is essential for diving into the more specialized subjects. Afterwards we work on the specific problems the student is having and tackle each one along the way.
My teaching method is to place my students as the centre of their own learning, cater to their learning style and advantages to build the lessons and related activities. I try to include fun activities in each lesson to make it memorable and applicable.
Hello!!, I have completed my Bachelors in Chemical Engineering. I love sharing knowledge. My strengths are Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry. I can guide students from Grade 1 to Grade 10. I'll share easy tips and tricks to understand the concepts. Classes can be run at Libraries, Cafe, Google hangout / Zoom / Skype.
My teaching method is activity based and I use lot of unconscious learning methods too. I approach the lessons with electronic media or relating real life experiences. I also do a lot of exercises to establish the meaning and it helps them to add the lesson to their memory.
I have given piano lessons before, where I didn't allow the student to simply copy what I was playing and convinced them to read the music in order to work out what to play. I haven't had any previous maths teaching experience but I would make sure that the student was doing the work themselves; with assistance in how to problem solve in similar examples.
The kind of students my lessons would be geared towards are high school students, varying from year 7 to year 12. I don’t have a direct approach to any particular lesson, merely have my students tell me what they don’t understand, and weed out the misconceptions and errors in their learning, or reinforce any content they may not be confident with.
I base my classes on the course structure and outline, focusing on topics that the student struggles with. My classes would be best suited for students who require additional help to understand and comprehend concepts and topics covered in the course.
My teaching method is interactive. I believe in collective growth and I can help out with other study platforms and subjects. I like to be fully equipped with my curriculum, along with building a presentation and conducting exams, and surprise quiz.
Since I have come across with different teaching faculties throughout my degree, I have noticed the teaching method of my best teachers. I always wanted to follow that method when I teach as well. The first and foremost thing I would do is to make the student love the subject in which they are facing difficulty.
I have experience teaching or tutoring: Biology- up to undergraduate level Chemistry- up to year 12 Maths- up to year 10 English- Up to year 10 Writing assistance- up to undergraduate level Japanese- Up to intermediate level I don't believe in one teaching style. Each student is different, and depending on the subject, will need a different approach to learning.
Getting to know my students is extremely important, it develops a strong communication level that makes me approachable and more than just their weekly tutor. Lessons will general consist of discussing what has been taught at school since our last meeting, ensuring that they understand everything.
My teaching method is very hands on, I endeavour to be as thorough as possible at a pace best suited to the student, teaching the most up to date material of interest utilising textbook material and images. Agreed times will be strictly adhered to cancelation or late notice is available 30 min prior to lesson. Lesson charges begin at the agreed time.
I have always excelled in my studies, so people used to seek help from me including the strategies I use to study and prepare for examinations. This led to pursuing tutoring as a part time job during my Grade 12. I prefer one-to-one interaction away from classroom where students do not feel pressured or hesitate to ask questions.
My teaching method is being a charismatic tutor which enables the students to be able to enjoy somewhat of the subjects their struggling with, make them understand the importance of learning these subject and how they are relevant in their lives [thats what makes teaching science and math fun].
Every student learns differently, and my goal is to tailor my teaching method to suit the way you understand the content and concepts. Anyone is able to memorise and 'regurgitate' what you have learnt, given time; my aim is to help you apply the relevant content to the relevant questions in the exam, and be clinical in the way you phrase your answers.
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.
Before the lesson I would expect the student to tell me the area they wish to look at that week. I would read around this area, therefore being prepared for the class. At the start of each lesson, we would spend a short time reviewing what was said the previous week.
Generally I approach topics by explaining and showing then getting the student to do the problems by themselves and emphasise repetition as this is how I achieved my personal academic goals. However I also believe that each student is different and needs individual requirements catered to in learning.
Each student is treated differently. I aim to guide the student to unlock/discover their potential. Once the student understands his potential, he'll be tempted to learn more and exploit it. This drives the student to succeed and thrives him with motivation. Planting resilience in the students is the key to my success as a tutor.
I like to teach in a way that is structured and student centred. What I mean by this is that I will give the student the basis of a concept, ask open questions along the way to determine their level of understanding, and then put that understanding to the test.
my teaching method is to ensure students understand the topic and able to apply it on a case study basis.
In teaching, I believe in first of all starting with creating an environment for learning; moving on to helping students develop understanding, and then aiding them and encouraging them to extend and apply the knowledge they gain.
My teaching methodology is based in explaining thourghly the topics and showing to the student the interest things in what he or she is learning and how this will help. Then we make strong focus in practice, exercises and mock exams.
I will aim to identify the areas where students have difficulties or gaps in knowledge for the course content before starting any questions. My teaching style is question based as I believe that everyone can succeed with enough effort. I will prepare quizzes and worksheets for students to complete prior to teaching to understand their level and proceed accordingly.
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