My methodology is quite flexible and is based on your needs as a student. I understand that everyone has different ways and speeds of learning and this is something that I have acknowledged in the past in tutoring. My lessons are geared towards students who are struggling in history or are doing well and want that extra boost to their final mark.
Questioning is my main method. My question will lead you to find the answer by yourself over an interesting and challenging process. Once you've got to the good answer, it will become part of you that you will never need cheat sheets for. The questions will highly resemble what you will have in the SAGs and final exams, which in the meantime facilitates improvement of writing style.
I assist you to comprehend the content and assessment requirements by asking you questions, helping guide you through the material to come to your own understanding. I will show you tips and tricks to make the most of your learning style.
I am an outgoing, patient and friendly person who loves to learn. I have a passion for motivating people when it comes to a new subject, as I feel that when someone is excited by the material they are engaged with, then they have a greater chance of succeeding. I also like to use analogies, in order to make content more accessible and understandable.
I focus on understanding the material taught - the methods I use help students realise and retain knowledge learnt in school so they may apply it in other areas of their life. The content imposed upon students in school is very heavy and can be extremely dull - I break down these chunks of material into smaller, easier-to-comprehend situations that are applicable in real life.
People learn at their own pace, so keeping an open dialogue and keeping the student comfortable with what they are learning is important. Fundamentals are also extremely important, and a big part of my teaching will be geared toward that.
Hello! My name is Zoe Knight and I am a recent graduate of a Bachelor of International Relations and I am currently undertaking my Honours at the ANU. Having been raised in many countries around the world - Portugal, China, UAE and Australia - I have a solid understanding of various teaching methods which I believe works to my advantage when tutoring.
In historical, sociological or political learning the geopolitical background to your study allows you to have a unique understanding when preparing papers on your selected subject. I teach exclusively via online tutoring either via skype or typing directly to your queries.
I have recently graduated from a Masters of Teaching and am interested in sharing my skills and experience. I cater my lessons to the student using fun and creative activities! I asses the current skills of each student and identify areas of improvement. I believe that all students are capable of excellence.
I prefer to teach you by conversation rather than lecture. I feel the assistance of visual reference helps with a topic as complicated as Politics and I use them where possible. I can also give you tips about reliable sources for essays and reports.
My approach is rigorous but empathetic and based on over five years of experience, most recently with Carfax Education in Russia, Dubai and London. I am especially good with shy students and, as a reformed slacker myself, with those who need a little extra motivation.
My teaching method is very simple. I start with an introductory lesson to connect with the student and introduce myself to them. I then spend the lesson discussing how they like to learn and familiarize myself with a style that will best suit them. This ranges from visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning. The following lessons are then all taught to the students specialized style.
I can help with assignment and exam preparation for high school Politics & Law subjects in every state. I can answer specific questions via email, and for more involved 'lessons' we can use live chat.
My teaching methodology is tailored to the student and what they want to achieve. First and foremost though is instilling an interest in the subject to help build motivation. Rather than wrote learning facts I would then introduce strategies to gather and retain information.
I prescribe to multiple methodologies. Firstly, I conduct a learning needs analysis on all students to determine curriculum entry point followed by one or more of the following: Lecture/classroom delivery; Tutorials; Task/project demonstration; and Role plays. I incorporate: formative and summative assessment; The Principles of Assessment; and The Rules of Evidence.
I am quite flexible when it comes to teaching. I can go over historic topics like a story which would usually make the class interesting. I will have a power point presentation which will be provided, so the student can recall the contents of the class.
My teaching method is interactive lecture type. I find it important to particularly guide first year law students in adopting to the law school culture and becoming effective without tiring their self out. Depending on the individuals student's interest, teaching methods may change to fit purpose.
My lessons are geared towards high school students or undergraduates. I will help you excel in geogrtaphy, history, politics and economics. My lessons take the form of a discussion, then practical work on a problem or tricky issue rounded out by a summary of what we have learnt. My only requirement from you is an open mind.
I have two systems to teach: First one is focused on the school material already in use by the student, in order to enhance the contents and better prepare them for tests. The second is based on tailor made classes/themes, focused on long-term learning and connected (or not) with the school contents. It is usually multidisciplinary and discussed with the student prior to the class.
My teaching methods revolve around presenting a topic in the most simple yet informative way possible. This implies giving and pointing out the most important points to be noted in a topic. Figuring out the students learning perspective is also vital so that i know how to approach the topics with each individual.
My educational background and areas of interest are most suited to assisting high school or tertiary level students. However, I enjoy teaching and mentoring learners of all ages and in all stages of education. I believe that sound pedagogy begins with patience, empathy and communication. The key to success lies in being student focused.
I am happy to work one-on-one with students whether helping with essandy planning or reviewing drafted work. I can assist with explaining material such as lectures or readings, and help guide students to understand concepts and content. I am always happy to guide my teaching practices to the needs of the student.
I have a 'hands on' approach. This engages the student and keeps interest in the subject at a high level....there would be nothing worse than tutoring a disengaged student!! Use of visuals and different teaching methods also makes all tutoring sessions enjoyable, interesting....
I view the tutoring relationship as primarily one of mentoring, a partnership of equals with the mutual goal of improving the student's overall academic ability as well as their ability to perform well on assessment. All students are different and I am committed to ensuring all students are capable of learning within an environment that suits their needs and learning style.
Hello, My name is Etienne and I'm a 23 year old student of International Studies at RMIT. I am currently in the final semester of the degree and will be graduating this Winter. I chose to study International Studies as a result of my passion for all things related to international affairs and relations, as well as my international upbringing.
talking about behavior of students and ethical aspects in daily routine. Repeating prior lessons by asking children questions and make sure they memorized lessons. evaluating children's understating of their own country History, culture, and comparing to other countries History. reading or telling new lesson.
My pedagogy is encouraging, thorough, enthusiastic, meticulous and interest driven. I style my teaching from the great teachers in my life and have identified what are the worst ways to pass on knowledge. I think it is critical to have a positive work environment to spur on creative and critical thinking in matters of education.
My lessons are geared towards all students as I am to encourage engagement in learning through adaptability and tailoring to the needs of a student. My tutoring structure would take into account what the student is having trouble with, what any teachers comments have highlighted and what I believe could be improved.
I specialise in a teaching approach called Cultures of Thinking, which emphasised better thinking as the foundation of better learning and understanding. As a result of this I have an immensely individualised process with my tutees, because the key from the outset is to get to know not just what they are thinking, but how they are thinking about a question.
My methodology consists of utilising a student's current strengths and interests to inform the areas where they may require more support. This involves providing context and background to assessments, and encouraging them to think critically and independently when formulating written responses.
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