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 am flexible and can adapt my lessons to my students. I believe that knowledge is power. I like to break work down and do it in steps - I believe this is the best way to learn and remember.
I have personally run educational programs in of 40+ high schools in the past two years, giving me a wide range of experience in teaching students of a range of backgrounds. I have worked with ESL students, students with learning disabilities and children of all knowledge backgrounds, being able to adapt content to suit their needs easily.
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.
I tailor my classes to the curriculum of every individual student, working on the key skills and constantly referring to the rubric and criteria.
I understand that everyone learns differently and students have widely differing needs when it comes to tutors. I offer a personalised and flexible program of discussion and activities tailored to the student’s needs, whether they're struggling with course content, report writing, or sentence and essay structure.
My approach towards teaching is geared not towards remembering vast amounts of information or content, but rather is focused on creating effective practices in processing information in order to develop stronger critical thinking skills that can be applied not only to History, but to any other topic or field.
I approach my topics by first breaking down to its basic components and definitions, delving into the background behind it. This better informs the individual of not just what but why, which will enable a greater understanding of the topic as it is explained in greater detail. Through understanding the basics the more advanced aspects can be more easily comprehended.
My teaching method is to make students feel comfortable with new content and ensure they get the most out of the university experience. Gaining genuine understanding of new theories and course content is the secret to writing great essays and assignments.
I am an Ex- lawyer with more than 7 years of experience in practicing law along with being a holder of Masters of Political Science. I am pursuing an application for Doctorate in University of Adelaide law School since my passion is teaching and I have been besides my professional work been teaching subjects of humanities to secondary and high school students.
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 tutoring sessions run - roughly - as follows: assistance and discussion of school work that you have any queries about, preparation for upcoming assessments (whether they be SACs or the exam), and the provision of extension material (such as notes, essay practise questions etc.
My teaching method is to guarantee that at every point of the course, the student has understood the higher aim of what he is leaning. I am a big fan of every day examples and I don't think that pure theory is well-adapted to understand thoughts.
I am a confident pre-service teacher whose lessons are geared to assist students from all backgrounds. Whether you are looking to improve your overall literacy skills, become an A student, or improve in highly academic subjects, I can assist you. I believe every student can be successful when you have the best foundation for learning, which I will embed in my sessions.
I use discussion method, questions and answers in my teaching. Participatory approach is the key. Think pair share is also a great as it makes students to think and share their thoughts with others.at lecture method can be used when introducing a new concept.
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.
I don't have a specific teaching method, however I like to talk and explain things or different concepts as well as possible so that it can be understood. I believe that reading, writing and talking about a learning concept are the best way to learn and understand. I also believe that learning should be fun and to make sure that something is achieved every lesson, whether big or small.
I base my class in teaching culture and history from differents parts of the world. I am also organized patient, understanding and capable of meeting with the demands teaching in tales. I can teach individualy or to a group of people. My classes are exciting and interesting.
My teaching philosophy is based on Wilhelm von Humboldt's idea that students' educational path should be like a string which provides students with some guidance but also allows them to take their studies in whatever direction they see fit.
I structure my lessons so that they are both informative and engaging. I think it's vital to have history taught chronologically but also holistically.
I teach my topics with current information, and strive to provide practical lessons through out the semester. I engage in student-teacher interactions to gauge student understanding and provide emphasis where need be. I thrive in producing experts in the field.
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.
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.
One of the key requirements of humanities is to understand the topic from a deeper level and understand why and how certain things exist or have happened in the past. I focus on the student to have that clearer understanding and through the medium they best understand it with.
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.
I believe the easiest way to understand something is to develop a passion for it. Therefor it is my job to make the content you need to learn something you're also interested in and at the very least something you can relate to.
My teaching methodology comes down to what the student prefers, whether it be topic based or what the student finds suits them.
Teaching method is interactive learning - humanities and ethics are never black and white - it is all grey. There is never a right or wrong approach - it is a discussion and battle of perspectives and which ones are more appropriate in a given situation than the others.
My aim is to enhance the student's ability to understand and develop their own area of study. This is done by exploring the requirements of a student's particular syllabus, and then structuring the subject matter into easily defined components. The lesson structure would be based on particular modules of study relevant to each student.
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