I have 3 years experience teaching Biochemistry in a Catholic Univeristy of Cuyo (Argentina). The classes consisted in theorical dictation, writing exams and final oral examination. I try to make my students see that biology and chemistry are part of our nature as disciplines which explain practically every aspect of our every day.
My method is to make classes easy and fun, enjoy learning with interactive tools and tricks to remember what you learned!! My responsibilities as a teacher include: Lecturer of Medical Genetics, and Molecular and Cell Biology: Teaching, supervision and mentoring of undergraduate students. Conducting large-group teaching. Preparation of teaching materials and performance assessments.
I am convinced that students need to see the relevance of what is being taught to them and how it affects their lives. The syllabus outcomes for the relevant subject(s) and stage(s) are the basis of all lessons.
I am geared to students who feel that they are being left behind. My approach to teaching is to not just teach a topic but to try and introduce a new way of thinking about a subject so that going forward, there is a broader understanding of subject. Then the students are able to apply this to better absorb new concepts. So there is less spoon feeding and more of an engagement of the mind.
I am a passionate, enthusiastic educator with a wide range of professional experiences. I believe that education is the foundation of success and all students can learn when presented with subject matter appropriate to their level and interactive method. I have completed Master of Teaching (secondary) degree from Federation University, Australia. Also, I have B.
My lessons are engaging, fun and most importantly, effective! My lessons are 45-50 mins long, the first half we usually go through the theory, and then in problem-solving. During the first lesson, I get to know the student difficulties and together we develop an action plan to achieve specific goals within a specific time frame.
I provide individual, hourly based lessons with material and teaching method tailored to suit your needs. I will provide you with extra material along with material you would like to cover. I believe in thorough understanding of the material before tackling anything complicated, to ensure that you develop into an independent learner who can help themselves in the future.
My strengths as a tutor lie in the ability of relating foreign concepts into a way that is more relatable for the student. Particularly in sciences, this involves using analogies to link concepts into every day scenarios and casual language.
I enjoy working with children and I like to make learning fun for them so that they are engaged at all times and can obtain the most from the session. My lesson structure covers all topics the student requires extra help on, while also helping them strengthen their grasp on concepts they already feel confident about.
I am enthusiastic and passionate about teaching. I love active students who come prepare with a list of questions to ask me. Please also email me the material you need help with before the class so I have time to prepare for it. I love to break down complex scientific ideas into simple terms which makes it easy to understand.
Biology can seem like a scary subject for many people - you know, with all the big names, the different functions of a protein/molecule, the memorising. And if you cannot see something function, you cannot really understand how it will work, right? You’re absolutely right. My experience in labs makes me a well suited person to explain the topic to a struggling student.
My teaching method is such that I cover basics first. I believe that without basic foundations, there is no point in delving into harder applications. So, first, we will make sure you understand every concept thoroughly, and then we will focus on how to answer every possible exam question. This will enhance knowledge.
In my 9 years tuition career I have seen students with weakness and fears in subjects, I tried my best to make the subject fun to them- by giving them easier example of our surroundings they can remember, by showing them videos and pictures. I always tried to make them understand the basic of that particular knowledge and i loved to watch them growing strong and doing well.
I am primarily interested in tutoring - enhancing and improving on the student's formal teaching. I start a lesson by looking at what the student is struggling with and what knowledge and skills they already have. From there, I teach the areas that the student needs.
I aim to make each topic relevant for students and relate topics to real life examples where possible, in turn making it easier for the student to understand and master. I am a firm believer in active learning and enjoy delivering tasks where the students apply their knowledge to scenarios in order to extend it.
Within Melbourne area I can teach in school (classroom) or at home, individually or in group. I can also teach online as per need. The lessons taught will be as per the need of students or as per their curriculum. In classroom overhead projector, if available, slides, marker-boards and internet can be utilised for teaching students.
I base my lessons around the school curriculum, specifically the areas that the student is the least confident with.
I prefer to have knowledge of the topic prior to the tutoring session to allow myself to refresh my memory and ensure I will be teaching you all the correct things. I am fairly adaptable and can suit whatever teaching method suits you best. I find flash-cards and quizzing particularly effective for exam study.
My teaching method would be constructive and friendly approach that involves a more interacting and student-based of teaching. I base my classes on many different things and I'll try to cater personal types. I approach topic by first, comprehending big ideas then try to move forward to every single details.
My teaching method is simple yet affective. By showing a keen interest in science myself, it encourages the student to remain engaged for longer periods of time. I am respectful and compassionate, realising that everyone has their own learning style and differences in learning ability. Consistent feedback and praise is incredibly important, and also encouraging.
My lessons are catered to my individual students and their needs. I am a very patient and creative tutor with an arsenal of teaching techniques at my disposal: including (but limited to) creating metaphors/analogies, color blocking, flash cards, quizzing, and even creating songs.
My teaching method is creating strong relationship with students and engage students in the activities which they are lacking of. Also letting my students to look at any situation in a variety of ways. Also I believe frequent communication with parents also matters.
I match my lessons to the standards and capabilities of my students. For primary school students, I will give a choice between 30 minutes or 1 hour lessons per week and I strive to make them interactive and fun. For high school students, I am able to provide feedback on assignments and help give tips for exams.
I am happy to give out homework if the students are willing to. Students are welcomed to send me questions through email outside class time and I am happy to help with student’s school homework. Usually, one lesson is 1-2 hours long and 10 minutes break in between.
I am passionate about the subjects I am willing to tutor and I am relatable, having gone through the rigours of secondary schooling myself, my lessons would involve learning through visualising and creating mind maps to help understand difficult topics and concepts, I am also patient and I teach in a coherent and engaging manner.
I adapt to each students interests and strengths/weakness by using terminology they can understand and examples from their interests. I have worked in University Research and have experience explaining advanced concepts to diverse audiences. I teach concepts not rote learning and encourage discussions.
I believe the best way to teach biology is with the effective use of diagrams and visual aids, reinforced by regular practice questions. This works for students at all levels and ages, and can help in teaching difficult concepts and theories.
Teaching methods used is: Drawing and explain (method utilized by Khan Academy). As I have a drawing pad with my computer, this would make classes way more interactive. After the explanation is finished, Q&A time.
My teaching method is directed towards each individual student independently. I personally am a visual learner and constantly make notes in pictures and diagrams to fully grasp the physiology of things. My lesson structure consists of me teaching for the majority of the lesson then, the student presenting the learned topics back to me to solidify the knowledge.
I prefer teaching face-to-face as its the best chance for students to ask questions and interact with the teacher. I always try to teach with diagrams and real-life examples. I especially try to indulge the back benchers because if they can comprehend, the whole class comprehends the concept.
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