My teaching method is simple, let's relax. After the ice is broken I use the pedagogical method of I say, You say, We say. I find repetition is the most effective method of teaching.
My teaching methodology is very straight forward. I like to teach the basic core principles of each concept and allow the individual to form an opinion in light of given material. I like to teach my students critical thinking instead of spoon feeding them information.
I have a deep passion for making real differences in the lives of my students and their learning journey through laser-focused instruction, my watchful eye and customised expertise to benefit students directly and witness their sparks of comprehension; equipping them with critical study skills to become independent lovers of learning.
I have significant volume of materials which have contributed to my studies as a former law student and I have created great amounts of notes which integrate the learning techniques of every subject required for teaching.
My teaching methods are based on practical and legal theory which the main focus will be on the application of the law and using helpful syllogisms that will properly teach you how to use the law to come to a sensible conclusion.
My teaching method is adapted to each student. I generally encourage a student to "talk an issue out" in conversation so that they fully understand it, before advising them how to best put that in writing afterwards. I structure my lessons based upon the lectures and materials provided by the university in that subject, as submitted to me by the student.
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.
I like to look at my students' goals, strengths and weaknesses and go from there. This provides students with an opportunity to let me help them use their strengths to fight their weaknesses, and see success in their results. In Legal Studies sessions, I focus on how to answer questions, how mark allocation works, how to save time studying - but most importantly is catering to my students' needs.
The tutoring sessions I provide are focused on essay and narrative writing, exam revision and assistance with editing written pieces. A typical lesson may involve analysing a past essay exam question, developing a thesis and designing an essay plan. This can be followed by identifying key language techniques in a text and discussion of their effects.
I use as many real world practical examples as possible in my teaching. I'm very visual in my lessons and I believe that this is the most efficient way for me to give information, and others to absorb it. I am able to provide tutoring on all high school, and early university law subjects, as well as business topics.
My lessons will be based on what the student is needing assistance with. I will make lessons fun and interactive and work closely on areas that need improving through activities designed to make content and structures stick in the mind.
I am to teach through making the content enjoyable. History is often taught as a dry list of dates and names, without any focus on the characters or the drama behind the events, I like to focus on what is happening behind the scenes and under the surface of the main story.
When explaining concepts I always provide examples. I believe that it is a lot easier to understand a theoretical concept when it is applied to an everyday life example. An example, be it sensory or abstract, reinforces learning by identifying key attributes associated with the concept.
I approach teaching as each subject requires with the department of education or university criteria. This effectively means gaining an understanding what the student has knowledge in and assisting the student in reaching the required goals according to the legal requirements of the institution to complete the subject.
My teaching method is to guide students to help themselves by assessing their own work, but of course still provide guidance to help them with their coursework. Structure of the lesson will depend on the student and what their goals are.
I recognise that different students learn in different ways and everyone has their preferred learning style. Therefore I hope to teach according to individual styles and maximise your success. On a general basis, my main methodology for teaching would be to go over the key concepts in each class as well as go over the accepted format for the subject/SACE.
I try to go over the content first, and make sure the student understands, then use practical approaches or exercises. I make sure that what you are studying is practical and not just for the sake of learning it. I will adopt the teaching method that is best suited to you.
My teaching method is to use a mix of writing, reading and listening to make the task as engaging and enjoyable as possible for the student.
I am a practical teacher more than verbal but easily can change my teaching methods to effectively and successfully teach students
My lessons are scholarly focused and i can plan lessons based on the students needs. I have experience with civil litigation, human rights law, law reform processes and practices, Cultural Legal Studies, Legal philosophy and can gear lessons to assist with a students curriculum.
My teaching methodology involves teaching content, going over practise sacs (in which I will correct and give feedback on), doing practise exams etc.
There's no point contacting me at the last minute for assignments due or wanting me to write an essay for you. I believe the best method is ongoing study methods and allowing plenty of time to prepare for exams and assignments. I can help you understand your assignment questions and what is being asked as common reasons for failure is not understanding the questions.
I use the explicit teaching model that is currently in place in Queensland schools. I have attained strong outcomes from my students by employing this method. The part I focus on the most is the 'we do' component in which the student and I work closely together to practice the content that has been explicitly taught.
My teaching method varies depending on the subject and age group. I begin with standard approaches (Q&A), homework help, or advanced curriculum work to get ahead. First lessons are based on what would like to be learnt, and reflection on how content is best absorbed by the student whether it be oral, written, or game-play.
I believe in "learning by doing" and that the most effective learning methods are to engage students to apply their learning to factual case studies. I encourage my students to think about the legal process and principals, rather than memorise laws and regulations by rote.
My teaching method is easy and understandable..
As I have progressed through the year groups of mathematics and have learned the syllabus content, I have a thorough understanding of the requirements and concepts of the course. Lessons can cover any concept you are having difficulty understanding and calculating, as well as any further clarification required on a topic.
Individual assessment for each student and scaffolding to build from present skill set. Incorporation of individual skills and knowledge and learning experience into curriculum to foster inclusivity and create relevant learning environment. Encouragement and rewards for small progressions toward larger learning outcomes.
I have an outgoing, kind and patient personality which I aim to show throughout my lessons. I try to make my lessons as fun as possible because I believe that learning should be an enjoyable experience. I base my lesson structures on the individual needs of each student, paying attention to the areas they excel at and the areas they need the most improvement in.
I am an active student who believes in systematic studying to achieve ultimate results.This involves not just merely reading and understanding a topic, but self-testing and focusing on short answer questions that have been proven to enable better retention of information.
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