I use trial and error approach in teaching, meaning that I allow students to compose their responses, then reflect on how it can be improved. This process is repeated until the student is able to compose a perfect response for any given question.
Once I know the student, I make sample problems that are tailored to the weak points of the individual student. The problems are designed to ensure mastery of the basics, and then I build the student's skill level up to solve more difficult problems.
I always plan my lessons using practical examples and illustrations for my students.I believe that unless and until one can visualise mathematics, one cannot learn it or take interest in it.My teaching methods have been extremely helpful for the students find mathematics hard to understand. I readily get the problems of my students and intend to make the little concepts clear instantaneously.
I usually asked my student to practice a lot and I always asked question after I finish teaching them, so that, I know they are actually understand what I taught. I always prefer to teach my students the way to obtain the solution first and then, give them similar questions to practice.
I'll start by figuring out the student's lesson plan at school is, so we can work on par with it and not overload the student with too much different information. I'll then briefly go over the topic, making notes on what the student understands and is struggling with.
I'm all about fun. Pencil and paper doesn't work for everyone, so I make it my challenge to find a way which engages my students and helps them to really explore the subject. No question is a silly question. Questions are key to unlocking understanding, and I aim to provide a comfortable and relaxed learning environment which encourages question asking and curiosity.
Maths is about learning and applying - not memorising. Not only can I provide the necessary knowledge, I focus on developing problem solving abilities, critical thinking and alternate approaches to a broad range of mathematical topics.
I am a Master of Engineering (Electrical) student at the University of Melbourne. I have 8 years of teaching experience in teaching Maths and Physics. I was a teaching assistant during my tenure of 1.5 years in IIT Kanpur, India.
I try to change my method of teaching according to student's needs. Generally, I prefer to involve the student in the subject, by trying to let them explain what they understand about it. If they have an exercise to do, I want them to be able to do it by themselves at the end.
I am quite friendly teacher and person to whom students can be comfortable and get gel easily. My teaching approach to provide interesting and simple methods to solve complex maths problems. I have experience of teaching students of class upto high school.
My teaching method is so simple and very easy to understand. I explain in an interesting way that the student can understand the topic. I make the sums practical and the step by step procedures of solving the sum are clearly explained, so that it will be easy to the student to study.
You come first. That's my philosophy. Tutoring is always about the student. That's why I don't follow a set tutoring structure. I tailor my lessons to suit each student's abilities and ensure their understanding is at 100% before I move on to the next topic.
Maths is taught best when it is made relatable. I use common examples and everyday examples to make complicated areas of the subject more understandable. I assess the student's ability to learn and teach using the most viable method for the student to retain information.
I am usually a slow learner and therefore I know what it feels like to have the class zoom ahead while i try to catch up. Therefore, I plan on keeping a steady speed and make sure the student understands the content before moving on and eventually covering all key concepts.
"Friendly", "approachable" ,"enthusiastic", "interesting", "bad-ass in mathematics and science", these are probably the words you will think about me and my lessons. I strongly believes that the interaction between a tutor and a student is one of the most important factors in the tuition.
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 am doing professional tutoring for couple of years with great success over student's improvement. I have even taught TAS teacher for improving concepts in general maths and civil engineering. Working with maths could b fun when you realise numbers can draw pictures for you. Maths is easy when it is done stepwise and with multiple perspectives and representations.
My teaching method is a traditional way where the student is not dependent upon the calculators and technology. I think that makes the student stronger than he was before. I also deal with Vedic mathematics and short tricks to calculate.
I lecture on a chapter basis with a briefing first on syntax, methodology, core ideas, example and then solving problems. I also take care of students individual understanding toward solving a problem making a friendly relation with students. I respect and maintain cultural harmony with them.
from the usual method, I adapt to many different methods based on my students. If everyone was to learn from the same method, then a classroom teacher would suffice. the usual method would be to break down a subject in several parts, introducing a student to these parts and then connecting these parts together, like a puzzle. though this approach is mostly used for science subjects.
The essence of maths is not to make simple things complicated, but to make complicated things simple. I, as a tutor make maths look fun and easy for students who have difficulty in solving even the most basic questions of maths.
I am helpful and can provide the students with knowledge in many fields and have good communication with students can be in support at any time always my phone is available if there is a question or any thing that is not clear
I understand each student has their own level of understanding and I hope to tutor each according to their needs. Math is actually a very fun subject, if it is taught and understood properly. Each topic would first be explained and then some numericals with solutions will be provided. If any mistake is found, I can identify where the student is having a problem and help him in clearing the doubt.
My teaching method is to always start with the basics, ensuring that the student has a strong grasp on the main concepts of that subject. This is the area that most often has cracks of misunderstanding, causing larger ideas to be more difficult to understand.
My teaching method is supportive of all students. I base my classes of any necessary needs the students will have. I approach a topic by asking questions to see what the students know and what needs developing to help them to succeed to the best of their ability.
My first approach to tutoring is providing a comfortable environment for the students to study in. I would try ensuring that my students learn the subject by being highly motivated and also by enjoying the leaning-teaching process, thereafter excelling in the subject area.
I teach my students based upon their understanding levels. I always encourage my student by giving motivational speech. I make them self dependent. I teach student individually and also in a group.
My teaching would best suit students looking to improve their timetables, arithmetic skills, alegbra, equations, geometry and trigonometry. I structure lessons around students based on what they are studying at the time, what they are struggling with most and what will benefit them in future topics.
My Teaching Methodology is to provide sufficient time and to motivate the student that he or she would feel very easy to sit and analyse the Maths. If any one is making study burden then he or she will not learn properly and would be very hard for him or her.
Lessons are typically one hour, with the first lesson being a free trial to see what level the student is at and what areas to focus on. The first part of the hour is focused on school work and upcoming tests/sacs etc. The latter part is spent on developing new skills and doing some sample questions that I have come up with to test those skills.
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