In a friendly, approachable and informal environment, my teaching method is to facilitate self-learning and to encourage students to develop their critical thinking skills. Using hand outs, power points and a lot of images my lessons are interactive and encourage open discussion.
My teaching method, is a combination of lecturing (though more suitable for larger groups) and the discussion method which allows for the learner to engage more with the course content and ask questions or contribute their questions to the discussion.
I base my teaching methods on what I have learned from my education degree at university as well as practical knowledge from my own experiences as a teacher. I aim to work with students to find what works best for you. I guarantee you'll find me patient, encouraging and approachable.
My teaching method is informed by active teaching methods and a transformative approach to learning. I aim to connect teaching content to real life examples to provide greater insight of concepts and theories than simply readings texts alone can offer.
I am very dedicated to finding an individual study plan for each of my students. I use a casual, down to earth approach to help students to develop their study, writing and learning skills. I am quite bubbly and energetic, and am very passionate about sociology.
My tutoring technique begins with identifying my student's strong point for learning, whether that be using visual or auditory memory tools. I will never use ROTE learning for content, and prefer to use SRS learning (Spaced Repetition System, or consistent recall), combined with the use of mnemonics, rhymes and other techniques which utilise the brain's most sensitive learning methods.
Hello! I am a graduate of Anthropology and Sociology who is keen to help students become confident in using and applying the discipline to the wider world.
My prefered teaching method is personalised based on the student's goals. Tailoring the sessions based on their study outline to aid their understanding of the course. After our first meeting, we'll establish a timeline of topics and upcoming assessment. Each session will be discussion based, with the goal of confirming and filling out your knowledge rather than new content.
My teaching method is to get students to understand some of the more difficult concepts which are approached in philosophy. I will help students write up an essay plan, as well as help them construct arguments. I prefer to read materials that the student is working with so that I can engage them with their ideas properly.
To me, an ideal tutor is one that creates a supportive, encouraging, and positive environment for the student, and who challenges them to do the best to their ability. Ideally, a student should always feel comfortable asking the tutor as many questions as possible, and to feel as though their struggles/difficulties are valid and normal.
I can easily break down questions into what its specifically asking, I'll answer any questions relevant or irrelevant to the subject and i feel that if you are not stressed, you feel prepared and you are positive about the outcome of the test or mark, you will achieve a good mark as the student will not feel the pressure in the classroom
I base my classes on periods of modern art history ( from Impressionism onwards). Class work addresses the social climates and changes in styles within these periods. Most class work is image response based focusing on visual analysis. Aiming to develop and broaden the students confidence and ability when writing about art.
I base my teaching on what you want/need to learn. I tailor my session to your needs and encourage feedback to improve my teaching. I try to make my session as interactive as possible and to cater my teaching to the way in which you learn best.
I would be basically based on individual performance and capability. My approach is to enhance students way to collaborate with the subject.
I will work hard to be an ideal tutor. An ideal tutor is personable and accommodating. They are able to recognise a student's ideal learning style and deliver the learning content effectively. They will speak and explain concepts clearly and believe that there are no "stupid questions", as all questions are used to increase learning.
I base my classes around the preference of the student - for example discussion to break down the meanings of subjects, practice questions, quizzes, constructing effective notes in multiple formats.
I use the explicit teaching model that is employed in Queensland schools. I am fully trained in this method and find it easy to use. I have been using this method for over four years now. This method has allowed my students to understand clearly the learning intention of each lesson.
My teaching method is student-centric. The progress made is really dependent on the efforts of both the student and the teacher. I approach topic by lesson wise objectives set for each day. That takes care of the long term as well as short term goals.
I like to approach a tutoring session by first making sure I know the level of understanding the person I am teaching has for any given topic, and then go from there. I know learning can at times be frustrating if you're struggling to understand the content and that you might want to give up, so I aim to make my lessons easy to understand without it being too overwhelming.
i can be fit anywhere but i love to help them who really want to be something like the one who don't know dancing then i'll help them to be a good dancer and the one who wants be something they have goals but they are facing problem to reach there then i'll help them out and give them tips for their better future and only for watching smile on their faces.
As a student of philosophy and people lover, I change my teaching method for each and every one of my students! Building a strong communicative bond with my students is the BEST way to make sure lessons are both productive and enjoyable for the both of us.
I proceed from an understanding of students knowledge, capabilities and backgrounds. I encourage students as active participants in the learning process, by acknowledging that all learning is a complex interplay of active and receptive processes. I engage students in discussion of ways in which study tasks can be undertaken.
Hi! I am a 20 year old third year psychology student at UWA. I studied psychology in high school and am planning to become a school psychologist or a child psychologist when I graduate. I am looking to tutor a year 11 or 12 high school student, or first year university student.
I tailor my lessons to appeal to my student's unique needs, interests and personality. I understand that each individual learns and processes information differently, and endeavor to present the topic in a way that engages my student's style. All my lessons include creative and practical learning components.
I am a patient and good-natured individual. I show this through the support of those I'm tutoring, and focus on positive reinforcement. In my perspective, failure is not a bad thing; it provides us with the opportunity to grow and learn from mistakes.
My teaching method is to visually collate all the relevant information a part of the WACE syllabus for year 12 Psychology into organised topics that are easy to navigate between. This allows different theories to be discussed and understood in a way that flows which will be further advantageous when it comes to the essay sections in an exam.
I want to chaperone students on a case-by-case basis in order to develop their understanding of classical philosophical texts, by helping with homework for example, but also by giving practical exercises (this will depend on the demand or the problematic of the student) by making it fun and interesting. It is in this perspective that I offer my help, I am at your disposal for any other request.
I can help a variety of students with different needs from help with design to concept to manufacturing. I am very proficient in digital design and also hand craftsmanship. I can assist with creating a portfolio for applications and also for preparing for Part 1 qualification. I think it is important to find a tutor who is able to have a caring and patient relation with their students.
My teaching methods keep improvising with the needs of the individual student. But I believe in a teaching methods that are very student friendly and explanation of what it really is. I like to use projective techniques combined with realistic practical explanations and examples. I don't believe in mugging nor pressuring the child into mugging. Hope to see you soon.
My teaching methodology is [most of the time] up to students level of learning. I always ask students suggestions and consider their demands. I usually prefer power point and going through reading sometimes but this may change if student have a better offer..
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