My teaching is aimed to explain contents of chemistry in a non-confusing way that can be easily understood. I listen and adapt to the students way of understanding and mould my teachings around that. The lesson structure will be focused on helping you with things you don't know, and not going over unnecessary topics that are already understood by the student.
As this is my first time tutoring, I prefer to teach based on the problems provided prior to the tutorial session. I prefer my class to be done at Adelaide Uni Hub Central. I am available any time within 10 am to 6 pm, provided that I have no class within the day. I will let anyone knows my availability.
Having come across an array of students, I have learnt to tailor the specific needs of each student to ensure they thrive in learning and understanding.
First and foremost, while the tutor provides as much assistance as he or she can, a large portion of the effort must also come from the student. This is why I believe that it is of utmost importance that the student be not only fully engaged in the learning process, but also feel excited and empowered when solving new problems.
I teach the building blocks of math, such as number sense and operational skills, as well as boost students ability to think about problems. I motivate students to try and teach them to persevere when problems are challenging. I always begin a new lesson with a reminder of last, this help students make sense of concepts, provide them connections to the real world.
I like to get students involved in the lesson. I have found that students learn best when the content is linked to the world they experience every day. I like to revise previous lessons to make sure they understood the content before moving on. I also believe using multiple representations of lesson content allows for better understanding.
I put a lot of emphasis on understanding concepts thoroughly instead of rope learning. This will significantly increase the students capability of working through the harder questions towards the end of the exam while also making maths much more enjoyable.
My lessons are geared toward students of all academic and maturity levels. I am able to aid students who are struggling to understand the coursework or keep up with their studies, but also those who are looking to be challenged and pushed ahead of their classmates.
As a teacher it is important to make each student realize their true potential. As teacher student relationship grows, together they should recognize that all their efforts are to achieve wisdom to find a truth. Learning is not something that can be defined as a procedure; learning is something that occurs in a rather unstructured way. However, Learning can be built into structures and processes.
My teaching methods are student and relationship based. By that I mean I spend some time getting to know the student so that I can tailor my lessons to the individual. I learn what the students learning style is (kinetic, aural or visual) and use this to assist their understanding of topics. I also like to find out areas of interest/hobbies and try to base some of my lessons around these areas.
First I prepare an outline. I set the lessons that I want to cover within the scheduled time I prepare. I am also available to the students after hours and I prefer to be connected with students by phone, email and other social media. I listen to the students. I prefer feedback from my students. I check the performance of my class through regular assessments, assignments, class tests etc.
I am a secondary school student who will be in grade 12 next year. Chemistry is a subject that I enjoy doing. By tutoring Chemistry students, I am planning on assisting them in understanding the Chemistry concepts they learn in school and assisting in their school work.
My teaching method depends on the age of the student. All students learn at different rates and with different styles so I tailor my methods to suit the student. With basic skills I have my students play games to keep their interest whilst improving their skills. I do not teach typing (no calculators allowed). I also don't do students homework but will happily explain how to do similar questions.
I teach based on need. I focus my sessions on the current topics the student is learning and then focus in on the areas of difficulty, using a range of strategies to allow the student to understand the topic. I like to see the student apply the knowledge in the session, and I provide them with some pieces of work to do before the next session to consolidate their knowledge.
My teaching method is aligned with that of the department of maths of Monash. While lessons and textbooks are a good way to structure learning, I believe that one only learns maths with practice. As such, I put a lot of emphasis on practice, exercises, and interactivity.
My classes are interactive. I am backed up with plenty of illustrations. I like to be student-centric, collect their ideas, mold them and align them in desired theory. I can deliver online classes as I have prior experience of it.
My teaching method will be simple- Keep on teaching and interacting with my student(s) till they completely understand the subject in hand. I plan to give real life examples while teaching physics and keep my student(s) practising till they don't completely understand the concept in hand. My teaching philosophy is simple- Keep on teaching and interacting till you can.
People usually ask me how I studied Physics all my life as its considered one of the toughest subject. Its actually because of a very good teacher in my secondary school who encouraged and instilled the love for Physics in me.
I believe in providing a need-based lesson to my students, offering them help with immediate school work and assignments. I try to make my lessons as attractive as possible with a focus on student understanding. My lessons generally start with a short quiz to understand the students' areas of weakness.
My teaching method varies from student to student as I approach each session to be unique to each student. This ensures that students are comfortable, willing to learn and ensure that they can reach their full potential with my guidance.
My teaching method will initially focus on identifying your weaker areas or other areas you would like to focus on within the subject. Once this has been communicated, I will work together with you to ensure your questions are answered and subject matter is understood well, to improve your progress in this subject.
My lesson structure is based on the student and the visual learning theory. This involves setting explicit objectives, a success criteria and plenty of opportunity for practice and feedback. Students need to know what they are learning and how to get there. With constant feedback and a positive attitude, all students should expect to achieve higher outcomes.
Very passionate about teaching, I would like to teach students who find maths hard to understand or want their grades to be higher. During my lessons, I can help the student break down the concept, try and assist them to understand the topic, also provide them related questions to figure out.
My teaching method involves explaining the theory behind a problem, demonstrating, illustrating with examples and giving exercises. My approach to teaching is focused on the needs of the student first. Usually I prefer to consolidate what they already learn in class, and if possible, to give more ideas in order to solve a problem.
My teaching method includes a humanist approach where the students needs come first to me and I help them with any learning difficulties they face. Followed by also being strict when necessary to students who are being disruptive to the classroom.
Firstly, I assess the student and I start knowing what they need help with. I explain to the student what the concept or idea he/she is learning and if they don't understand, I will give them real-life examples to help them understand the subject more. At the end of the lesson, I give them homework which is to practice several questions so they can revise the subject.
I base my class on different kings of methodoogy depend on person who I am going to teach, for me it is very important that people fell confortable and the most important they understand every topic, I used to like solving problems.
I try to adapt different topics to students' needs. I usually try to perform some experiments whenever possible. Otherwise, I create an imaginary experiment and I try to make the student understand it, focusing on the most important consequences of the concepts being studied. Also, I generally attempt to translate mathematical concepts, making it easier to apply them in physics' exercises.
I choose online teaching. Each class lasts for 2 hours an, it will be nice if the students go through their study material first to figure out their questions or study focus and then send me their questions forehead to me forehead the class, under this way our study will be more trouble shouting.
I base on classes on the level of the student. I'll try to understand how strong the base of the student is. A solid base is a necessity for learning and understanding the subject properly. I will be also willing to alter my teaching methods according to what suits the student.
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