I provide a safe and supportive learning environment for my students through building positive relationships as well as teaching engaging and enjoyable lessons. Along with my seven years of classroom teacher experience I have also completed over 100 hours of professional development and therefore can draw on a number of different strategies depending on the students learning style learning needs.
My personal teaching philosophy is inspired by American educator, Rita Pierson. In her inspirational TED talk "Every Kid Needs a Champion", she poignantly states that "kids don't learn from people they don't like!". This statement truly resonates with me, and I believe education should be centred around human connection and meaningful relationships.
Primary and high school students have LOTS of fun in my lessons, and when students have fun they LEARN and REMEMBER what they need to remember. All my lessons are student-centred so they cater for personality, ability and effort. I always make students laugh a lot and open up their minds to finding their massive potential.
My teaching method is to teach not only by areas of need, but also to make lessons as relevant and interesting to the student as possible. I structure my lessons with an introduction activity as a warm up that also explains what the objective of the lesson is. Then the main body of the lesson comes next and the whole lesson concludes with marking and discussion of the task.
I am a confident and proficient user of a wide variety of cutting edge technologies. I utilise my technologies skills on a daily basis to provide academically rich engaging environment for my students, supporting my learning programs.
I do my best to link lessons not only with what is being taught within the current classroom environment but also with the students specific interests. I find students work best when their learning is applied to things they enjoy. I go for a try and fail, try again and fail differently, try again and fail better, try again and succeed.
I can help beginning readers develop skills in English literacy; whether they are children or adults. It is very important for beginning readers to understand the phonetical concepts involved. If they understand how words are built and can break them down into understandable segments, even unfamiliar words can be read with confidence.
Hello! My name is Ben. I can help you with all things language-related. As a tutor, I can offer any of the following: - The clarification of specialised topics and concepts in linguistics. (Including: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics/pragmatics and sociolinguistics.) - Strategies for clear, concise and structured essay writing.
My primary background enables me to assess where a student is currently at and what teaching strategies will best suit them. I believe all students can improve and achieve using a range of teaching styles, concrete materials and techniques.
I am enthusiastic towards learning and believe that the best way to learn is to enjoy it. Therefore I try to make all my learning experiences as engaging as possible. Depending on the lesson and the level of assistance needed by the student, I normally use a gradual release of responsibility model.
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.
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.
My style of teaching is to make the student feel very relaxed. I ensure them that they can ask as many questions as they like and that they never feel embarrassed to ask anything.
I teach by firstly identifying required goals. I then assess the student's current capabilities, determine suitable communication methods, feedback mechanisms, teaching styles, lesson plans and evaluation methods needed to achieve goals and keep students on track. My initial priority is to develop a positive, professional relationship with the student.
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.
I enjoy working with my students ensuring that we widen their scope of knowledge by incorporating the use of videos, chants, songs and rhymes. I base my classes on the topics which are covered in school and where they might need further help. Therefore, I need to know beforehand what to cover so that I have sufficient time to prepare.
I specialise in working with primary and junior primary students who need support with their reading, phonological awareness, spelling, writing and hand writing. I spend some time to assess the student and from there, I work out a tailored program to improve skills, fill in gaps and help the young person gain confidence.
Different student adapt and learn differently.There are different teaching methods that a teacher can use but I believe that the best teacher will use a diverse teaching strategies according to the learners or the students best learning capabilities.
I can design lessons that are based on the individual or group for a range of topics and purposes. Materials are designed to meet the needs of the audience and I provide ongoing feedback and assistance to develop all levels of English skills.
I have taught English as a second language for 8 years, but I have skills are easily transferred this experience to teaching native English speakers. I have experience in implementing curriculum, developing lesson plans, and am familiar with the current changes to the NSW literacy requirements.
I work with the children's needs. Supporting them in the areas that need strengthening. Eg times tables, phonics, reading, spelling, writing, maths. Every child is an individual and the tutoring will cater to their way of learning so they get the best possible outcome.
My teaching nethod is Explicit Instruction with a clear learning intention and success criteria stated at the start of each learning experience - then an 'I Do' demonstration, 'We Do' guided practice and 'You Do' independent assessment with feedback given.
I like to use the socratic method of finding answers. I work with students to find out what they need, and the best way to get there. I understand that everybody has different needs and learns differently and I tailor my approach accordingly.
I incorporate creative pedagogical approaches and delivery methods into my teaching. My lessons are non-confrontational and geared to students of all abilities, students wishing to improve their grades and students who are having difficulty understanding key concepts. Lesson structure begins with an interactive warm-up, followed by an "I do" "We do" "You do" structure.
I like to meet with my students using SKYPE or face to face to plan and develop a program with them to suit their learning needs. I use a range of interactive methods, technologies and activities to help my learners learn. I have been a successful educator for 36 years. I am currently involved in teaching students both locally and globally. I specialise in teaching teenagers and young adults.
My teaching method is primarily a student centered approach. I try to find the best way of learning for each individual child and I then adjust my teaching style to suit their needs. I can assist local students in my home or via webcam.
My teaching method is to show first, I will slowly work through the problem. Next step I will help solve the problem and lastly, supervise to allow the child to complete the problem independently. I will give them problems below, at and above their level if they are capable to challenge the students. I give strategies to use as well.
I pride myself on being creative and innovative in my teaching and bring energy, vision and enthusiasm to all lessons. I am a well organised and approachable teacher who is capable of developing good personal relationships with my students.
I am a strong believer in inquiry-based learning, which means that my teaching is lead by what my students are interested in. When my teaching is relevant to my students, they have a context for learning and are interested, then that is when they are really able to make strong progress.
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