I adapt each lesson to the particular needs of the student. I am able to find their weakness and build their confidence and skills in English, to improve and advance their grades. I understand that students can find literacy and English difficult, and am able to recognise if we need to go back a few steps (e.g. Grammar and Syntax) in order to progress in their writing.
Each student learns differently and I acknowledge this with different learning techniques to mature working memory, trigger recall, fill gaps in content knowledge and understand new concepts. I approach lessons with patience and work with each student to set a goal that they would like to achieve by the end of our session.
When teaching, I focus on three key things in every lesson: establishing a growth mindset, effectively differentiating for each student, and ensuring my students feel valued. A growth mindset is when a student moves from saying "I can't" to saying "I can't yet". I work with every student to ensure they feel capable of improving, even if it's their least favourite subject.
I approach tutoring by taking my students seriously as people with genuine interests, skills and abilities and not simply treating them as children. Lessons are tailored to the students needs and interests, and will involve a variety of mediums, both practical and intellectual, (via hands-on, discussion-based, written, creative, etc), any methods which best assists them.
My specialties in English include (but are not limited to) creative and essay writing, public speaking, vocabulary and grammar. Once you and I have established what it is you want to achieve through our sessions, the following structure is an example of a typical two-hour session that focuses on a standard high school English essay: 1.
I am a firm believer that students each have their own learning style and that the role of a tutor is to develop personalised strategies to ensure they maximise their learning potential.
Students learn best when the lessons are suited to their learning style. I work on the visual, auditory, kinesthetic system - that is do you learn best by watching, listening or doing. By understanding the student's style of learning, the ability for the student to increase their skills and knowledge is possible.
My teaching methods are discussion-based. Together, we work through the problem from the simplest point, unraveling complex essay questions or getting started on that giant pile of exam revision. I prefer to get to know my students, and adapt to what they need. I can work with anyone from Year 4 on wards. Simply put, I ask the right questions so they can come to the conclusion themselves.
I have a very active and energetic teaching methodology. For me it isn't about what you're teaching but who you are teaching, believing that each individual learns and interacts differently depending on their best ability to learn. I am quite a visual learner myself, so my teaching will reflect this. However, I like to get to know an individual before deciding what is best for their learning.
My lessons are really simple: Reading texts, comprehending them, then answering questions and writing about them. Nice and basic lessons to build the most important skills of English, literature, reading and writing. I also build confidence and self-esteem in my students.
My teaching method is to see where the student is up to and go from there. I work on a topic until student is comfortable before moving on. My best method of teaching is online whether it is by video(Skype) or they want to write me an email. I am comfortable with that. I want the student to be confident and have gained skills needed to move forward.
I am a patient and caring teacher who spends time building a strong relationship with my students so I can better understand their learning styles. I believe in the power of early success as a motivation for students to work harder and achieve their goals, this means finding ways for them to feel good about what they are learning and how they are working.
I love creating a warm, open environment for learning, where my students feel free to be creative and express themselves. I am very flexible and can adjust my instruction according to my students' specific needs. I will meet you exactly where you're at and listen to you and find out what skills you are lacking and help you get there with compassion and efficiency.
My friends, teachers and employers have always described me as a "bright and effervescent" person, which aids me in developing a positive mentoring relationship with any student whether introverted or extroverted. Additionally, when teaching I employ a "never give up" approach.
My approach to learning and teaching is student-centred. My goal is to empower students to be life-long learners with the skills and knowledge to work in a complex world. I am an advocate of the active and inquiry-based approach to learning which includes project-based learning and problem-based learning. I sincerely believe this teaching method encourages students to be independent learners.
My teaching methods are based on what my students are currently working on, or desire to work on. From their, I will develop a program that will best benefit the student in learning all things necessary for their school work or general learning objectives.
The basis of my teaching method revolves around dissecting the question and applying the rubric to your advantage. I find that in this way marks can be maximised, while also allowing you to develop your lateral thinking skills. Lesson structure will be catered to your needs, where we will focus on what you want to achieve in both the short term and the long term.
I deliver individual and small group lessons. I do some on-line sessions. I focus on assisting students to pass examinations where they have the basic skills in literacy but cannot demonstrate this in the assessments. I offer a structured one-on-one program that has some independent study included.
My teaching method is for students to feel they are having fun, as well as learning. I give out poems and readings, analysis them with students. I will make scenarios with them and give relating topics in order for my students to be confident in debating and having an argument. My goal in my teaching methodology is make students feel confident in their reading and their writing.
I always begin with a short assessment so I know where my students are based at. I work from where they are and build on from there. Each part of the lesson is individually designed, so as to maximise student learning potential.
With over ten years experience as a primary teacher, I'm able to provide targeted tutoring to meet your specific needs and goals. I view each student as an individual and cater for their preferred learning style through practical teaching of concepts based on my initial assessment of their areas of need.
As I have taught Arts related subjects like English, history, political science etc., for 4 years, I have realised that students learn and remember things better in two ways; first) when they explore a subject themselves and in-depth or second) when they are asked to re-write the given study material in their own lingo that will help them memorise it.
My methodology is situational: depends on your learning needs and goals. Basically, I use interactive communication techniques (e.g. simulations, role plays, small group, 1 on 1 discussions) and blended learning and scaffolded activities (i + 1 expansions).
I have a wholistic teaching approach where I match my student's personality to a suitable teaching style. I believe education is not about stuffing new information in but bringing out the joy and curiosity of students so they become self-motivated life learners.
I grew up with ADD, undiagnosed, so I had to take what was taught to me and translate it to something I would understand. Nothing came easy to me academically, I had to learn and teach myself. I believe most students in high school need help, not because of intellect, but because someone has not given them the time to know how they think. That is my specialty.
I base my classes around open ended questions that can lead to discussion and in turn critical analysis. I feel that the best way to learn and improve is to discuss first, create a plan with objectives and goals, and then seek to improve through further study.
My teaching method is based mostly on my students' needs and of course lots of exam practise to get my students comfortable and confident when they finally sit for their exams.
I love talking to students and learning what they like and don’t like about English. I also like understanding what they’re already good at and using these skills to help them improve in areas where they may be weaker.
I strive to develop a working rapport with all my students to ensure they are engaged in the process of learning. I initially ascertain the current level of knowledge that all students possess and work towards developing that knowledge further.
I adjust my teaching style and approach based on the individual student's requirements. I have a positive approach to education, and I enjoy helping students achieve to the best of their ability. I am happy to plan thorough lessons to help students with their learning goals, or follow a plan devised with parents and students.
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