I give attention to individual student and teach from their level. My interactive teaching sessions focus on developing student's thinking and problem-solving skills and step by step approach to reach a solution at the same time where the student finds learning is fun. Student will become more creative and innovative.
My teaching method varies based on the subject and students. I use multiple approaches to explaining a concept. In a class with multiple students, I encourage students to explain concepts to each other, with my guidance, as to be able to explain something, an understanding has developed.
My teaching method is to ignite interest in subjects by using practical analogies, and easy to remember methods and find individual student based ways to motivate to study. My first session would include a time to understand where the issues are and what needs focus, then work with the student to achieve a task. At the end I would get the student to give themselves a task for next lesson.
I am a patient and flexible tutor, and I believe that learning is best achieved in a relaxed environment. I will tailor my lessons to your needs, and I am happy to proof-read essays, presentations and scientific reports. I can help with understanding biological concepts and any preparation for tests or assignments.
To be accepting and supportive of my students to help them through the difficulties they face with understanding and DEEP empathy. I have lived it. We are all different but we have many things in common that help me relate to Autistic students in a major way. I REALLY want to help Autistics become the awesome people I know the majority of us are capable of.
My teaching method is based around the person(s) I'm teaching, taking into account their ability and preferred learning format, whether this be more practical or research based for example. A power point is often best to achieve a balance of written and other material, followed by engaging questions to recap what has been covered.
My 'teaching method' depends heavily on the student, who they are, how confident they are and what they're aiming to learn/struggling to understand. Firstly I want to understand the curriculum that the students themselves are studying at school so I can base my own tutoring to reflect this. I want to make sure each session helps students understand a key element of the topic being studied.
At school and university I was always a very visual learner. I learn best using diagrams and images. I also find mini-quizzes and flashcards helpful for memorising phrases and key steps in methods. My lessons will be focused on this style of learning. I will set mini tests and use visual aids to aid memory.
I believe that it is easier to learn by doing a task rather than reading endless text and I would approach lessons from a practical and applied standpoint. I like to provide a background to a topic and some key concepts then go into practice questions and examples. When providing training in QGIS mapping and similar subjects I have found this approach most successful.
I taylor sessions to the needs of my tutees. A typical lesson may include a recap or review exercise, explore and resolve any difficulties the student is facing. For example the student may require help with exam and revision techniques.
I am able to adjust my teaching towards the needs of the individual or group. I believe that everyone can be able to tackle complex topics if approached in the easiest and most accessible way. Within my studies I was able to gain experience within classroom based demonstrating as well as assistance of lecturing during field work.
My teaching method is through demonstrations, experiments pictures and videos so to inspire the students. I also understand that each individual leaner has their own unique way of understanding the world according to how they have formulated their own opinion of it, and thus have a lot to bring to the table when teaching them about natural sciences.
My teaching method is to first gauge where the student struggles and tackle these areas, whilst still covering topics they don't struggle in, by covering what they know when tackling what they don't, the student remains confident. Lack of confidence is often the reason why many struggle.
Before we begin sessions, I will ask you whether you are someone who likes a lot of notes, or whether you prefer more visual information. I have taught many students with different learning preferences, and I am very versatile in my teaching methods. I will also establish what the student needs help in.
I base my teaching method on the needs of the student as there are many different kinds of learners. Building an interest in the subject the student is struggling with is often a big part of the way I structure my classes. I find students become more confident and willing to learn if they are at least somewhat interested in the topic which is why I will always try to make it a fun class.
I am happy to provide support to those doing their GCSE's, A-levels, or beginning their biology degree. I also have a background in Geography and so I would be able to involve that if needed. I can break down the subject into easily-digestible chunks and work closely to make sure that the student really understands it, in a lighthearted and friendly environment.
My approach is organic. Each student is different. I start by asking many questions and listening carefully.
I would give lessons up till degree level and my classes are structured by understanding what is the common problem area that you have and working mainly on this. My main aim is to help you in any way possible. If there is a specific way you like to be taught or understand thing clearer with I would accommodate this.
My teaching method is flexible, I believe everyone is capable of learning differently. So I have learned to modify each lesson to every individual.
Classes will be based on lectures, assignments, presentations and site visits. Lab experiments may also be conducted to give learner's hands on practicum experience.
My teaching method varies depending on the individual and topic that is being taught. I will first investigate what my tutee knows with questions or even going over previous pieces of work that they have received marks from their school. I will then use a range of tools such as visual diagrams, flash cards, role play and written work to teach my tutee.
I understand that everyone learns differently, so I like to tailor my lessons to how the individual pupil learns best. I teach any level up to undergrad, so it is important to adjust teaching methods depending on the age of the pupil and whether they enjoy/understand the subject.
A student myself, I understand the pressures of meeting deadlines and grades. I take an organised and methodic approach to learning- using mind maps, flashcards and other materials to encourage memory recall.
I give lessons to all ages, specialising in ages 11-18. Depending on student needs I am able to prepare more structured lessons tailored to specific needs and goals e.g. exam preparation, or an informal tutoring environment.
Each lesson would depend of the type of student you are. I myself understand that reading from a textbook doesn't work for all students, therefore I would cater my lessons for each student. If you student is creative and would learn through producing something then my lessons can involve that. I often use real world examples in my teaching to maximise student engagement and enjoyment.
Each individual learns differently ! I believe it’s completely wrong to assume and to treat individuals as one. As a tutor I would like to cover all 3 learning aspects , kinaesthetic , auditory and visual. I am an extremely focused person and would expect my students to be the same, however , no question is stupid in my eyes.
I believe in interactive teaching method, in which I keep interacting with the students and they are free to ask any question anytime .
Either out in the field, one to one, in a classroom or by distance learning. Its aimed at what best fits in with the student.I have been asked to explain my methodology but to be honest that is flexible and always led by the needs of the student.
I approach each topic by using the national curriculum as a guideline to conduct more in depth research on the topics which I then use in my lessons. I look in to different methods of teaching, as oftentimes the method used in school or 6th form is catered to certain types of learning which may not be optimal for the individual.
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