I enjoy the Flipped Classroom Model basically involving encouraging students to prepare for the lesson before class. Thus, the class becomes a dynamic environment in which students elaborate on what they have already studied. Students prepare a topic at home so that the class the next day can be devoted to answering any questions they have about the topic.
I have a deep passion for making real differences in the lives of my students and their learning journey through laser-focused instruction, my watchful eye and customised expertise to benefit students directly and witness their sparks of comprehension; equipping them with critical study skills to become independent lovers of learning.
In my lessons, I tend to go over the topic with student first, not straight into exercise-and-answers. I believe the review is necessary in several ways. It helps smooth the important concepts, gives us a chance link the current topic with previous learnt concepts, and also leads us to pain points we should focus on.
For Macro economics, we would start from scratch and basically see the behaviour of each variable separately and then compare them together and see the overall changes to a model as the relationship between variables change.
we all learn differently and I am sure that the issues that we work the hardest to understand do not generate a bit of rejection. the method that I propose is: 1. I receive from you what is a topic to discuss and possible concerns on which I should focus so as not to explain what you already know. 2 I develop the theme and see which is the best option to expose it.
I do not believing in having a formulaic teaching style. I would rather tailor my tutorials to suit the unique needs of my students. I teach in a style that is effortless, stress-free, highly interactive and informal, and my students can easily relate to it.
You're unique and special, I believe in a dynamic learning enviroment that is tailed around personal need.
I would try my best to let the people that I teach to understand it fully first, by explaining it in a most attractive way, and I'll have them to do practice questions, as practice makes perfect. And then they can ask me if there is any question.
I offer both class lectures and power point presentation to students with numerous worked examples to clarify the concepts taught. My lessons are structured in topics based on the background and need of the group or individual students.
I like to not make someone uncomfortable. I think taking time and giving an example and helping them through the exam can be a great approach to learning. Help with assessment is also a great way to get a better understanding of the meaning of each assessment piece.
I usually teach students in a causual way.
-High achieving Finance and Economics student at the University of Western Australia. -Current Major WAM is 84.5. With top marks of 95+ in Economics and Psychology units. -Attended the University of California, Los Angeles summer school sessions on a Scholarship. Achieved a grade of A or higher in all my units.
I want my students to come away understanding the content whilst having a fun session. I’m very activities based and I like to go through a question or set of problems together, then once the student has a firm understanding, get them to do it alone.
I approach topics by clear examples and following a logic: introduction, key issues, redefining past concepts and practical use.
I prefer to provide face-to-face tutor sessions to understand and maximize my supports for students. However, if students are busy or too far to meet me in person, I can organize tutor sessions via skype/messenger or any method that suitable for them. My tutor sessions will be prepared based on level of students and their knowledge, from basic to advance.
My teaching method is putting the basics of statistics and probabilities in layman language, making several practical examples, and progressing step by step until the fundamentals are crystal clear for the students. I am open to questions, and I like dynamic conversations.
I am strictly against mugging up the things. I also have Working With Children Check (WWC check) I live in Banksia Grove near Joondalup. I have my own car. Can travel up to 25km for teaching. Dm me for any tuition related inquiries.
My methodology is to ask several thought-provoking questions to help students find the answers themselves. The questions can be leading (hinting the answers) or situational (giving examples / situation where appropriate), and open-ended. Most importantly, I have the passion and perseverance to help students understand and find their interest in the subjects themselves.
Passing high school with an overall score of 9.6/10, I have completed undergraduate level Economics as a college topper and University topper in Macroeconomics I have joined Australian National University for Masters in Economics.
My teaching method is key points first, flexible in using diagrams and real life examples.
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My teaching method usually based on the real example and detailed. I prefer different teaching methods for different students based on their learning capability. I prefer to behave like a friend with my students to understand their problems and treat them accordingly.
My teaching methods include lectures, class activities, group discussions, current affairs awareness and presentations. I strongly encourage students to ask questions during lectures. I approach contents with a revision task. I sometimes arrange some interesting group based activities to make contents more interesting and more captivated for students.
Methodology can be adjusted for the intended outcome. I am happy to tutor for exams or just for general education/interest. The best way to prepare for exams is to do practice exams. The best way to learn generally is to take on projects.
I can’t say that I prefer one method to another. Each method has certain benefits and should be applied in some situations. In one class I may prefer explaining, especially if pupils struggled with discipline. Then in some other classes, students are more creative, so I may prefer collaborating.
I use different resources such as video, games, and real world examples to help student to understand economics topics. My main strategy is to simplify the complicated economics problem and make it easier and fun for students to understand and enjoy studying the economic subject. Because I believe enjoying what you are doing is the key to success. I hold BSc and MSs in Economics.
My teaching method depends on the student I am teaching. Some learn better with straight textbook method while others need more practical examples. So I change my teaching style to suit my each and every student. I try to make learning easier for them.
I believe that each person has his own learning strategy. Understanding the motivations of the student and working with the student to establish a feasible learning plan is a key to achieve good results.
Economics subjects can be quite tricky, so my goal is to try and make the concepts as simple and straightforward as possible. There are 2 main aspects which I believe to be extremely relevant when teaching a subject. The first one is personalization, namely adapting the subject to the student and his needs and trying to help him or her develop a valid learning method.
I am currently finish my masters on teaching, so this job is quite relevant to my field. I relate most with constructivism learning theory, and that is the type of teaching I would like to provide to my students. I hate feeding answers to my students and I believe that relating the world to studies makes learning more effective. I appreciate criticism and welcome questions from students.
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