I approach tutorial sessions by beginning at the root of the topic and building up skills to perform assessment tasks with the utmost understanding of the content. Each tutorial session is designed to the client, their level of understanding and circumstances regarding the subject at school.
I believe that the best way to learn and remember content is to use visual aids. A typical lesson structure would begin with an outline of key points and terms to be learnt. The remainder of the lesson would involve the use of different methods to aid with remembering the material. I find that quizzes and other forms of testing knowledge can also be very useful.
I approach this topic by allowing students to develop a plan of how to get to the end result and I help guide them to the best outcome. This prepares them for working where they will not have everything mapped out for them in advance.
I usually tutor primary and high school students, but I used to tutor my university classmates in GIS. I am a step-by-step tutor because that's how I grasp many things. I also choose to compare studies and concepts to relate-able things because it makes it easier to nderstand and remember.
My method is simple: work yes, but with pleasure to learn. These courses are for all primary, middle and high school students.
My teaching method is based on a learners previous knowledge, I like using the scaffolding method in my classes and slowly introduce new material to the students.
I believe it's vital to get the student passionate towards the subject which I achieve by never making them feel dumb for simply not knowing the answer.
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