I usually have an OCD for setting lessons, tutorials, quizzes and practice exams. I can offer great projects for you to submit for your classes as well. I don't like to drone on, hence my teaching method is quite simple - break down various topics for you to understand, remember and even "like" the concept.
I identify with the students and their parents specific skills they want to develop or improve, then find resources around the topic to work through with the students. I start the lesson with the basics of the theory or problem, then show them examples and give them lots of practice so they can complete the tasks with confidence.
Know a little bit about the student Identify their learning needs Explain clearly, using examples I want you to ASK ASK and ASK any doubt or question I am pacient I like talking to the parents to ensure everything is okay and provide them information about the lessons
For myself the way i view it is that anyone can succeed if they are willing to put in the work. and that people mostly need some guidance. Because well one mans mountain is another mans mole hill.
The best approach is a slow step by step approach. Students will feel confident and at ease having a far better understanding before moving forward onto more challenging questions.
I allow the students to pinpoint topics they struggle with and work through related with them. Using visual queues games and work books I can see what is working well and go down that route. I always keep the lessons interesting as this allows for maximum learning potential.
I use non-traditional methods of teaching. I tend to find ways to help students use concepts quickly without any problems. I encourage students to practise the methods learnt to understand concepts and to apply them to a similar mathematical problem.
I have not taught for over twenty years but I enjoyed maths and arithmetic I am very rusty on geometry and trigonometry
I believe in teaching the basics, as a student who has struggled with maths and biochemistry in the past myself, I think my experience trying to understand various subjects will help a lot.
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