Basically I begin by conducting an aptitude test of the student, that help me recognise the student's way of thinking and the level of learning. Consequently I plan the next sessions by dividing the course for the ease of understanding for the student.
I am a Master of Engineering (Electrical) student at the University of Melbourne. I have 8 years of teaching experience in teaching Maths and Physics. I was a teaching assistant during my tenure of 1.5 years in IIT Kanpur, India.
My method of explaining things is pretty straightforward, in that anything will be easy to grasp if it is logical. A lot of students suffer from not being able to make logic or common sense of their lectures, and that is that I aim to achieve. As a previous engineer and now researcher, I can combine both practicality and science to form a comprehensive approach to teaching a subject.
I will be teaching from the basic aspects of the subject where the student can build up a strong foundation to solve any problem related to the subject. The critical thinking is very important in subjects like Mathematics and Physics where I will be doing tutorial questions, work book questions etc. to improve the ability of critical thinking of the student.
I am usually a slow learner and therefore I know what it feels like to have the class zoom ahead while i try to catch up. Therefore, I plan on keeping a steady speed and make sure the student understands the content before moving on and eventually covering all key concepts.
I will not say I strictly follow text books. But I do give extreme importance to the basics of any topic. If the building foundation is not strong enough, the whole building will fall down. I believe every student should be at least aware of all the approaches there is to a problem, and choose a solution most fit for the problem. I think that exercises the mind and expands knowledge.
from the usual method, I adapt to many different methods based on my students. If everyone was to learn from the same method, then a classroom teacher would suffice. the usual method would be to break down a subject in several parts, introducing a student to these parts and then connecting these parts together, like a puzzle. though this approach is mostly used for science subjects.
I like to look at what is required and make a rough and easy course outline for the student to follow. As everyone loves ticking to-do lists, learning becomes fun as you go through the entire outline. I like to explain topics, summarize and go through plenty of exercises till the student is confident about the learning.
Worked in DASMESH PUBLIC SCHOOL KOTKAPURA as TGT Science (2013-june201) Responsibilities: Providing guidance and advice to pupils on educational and social matters. Liaising with the parents or guardians of pupils. Looking after the teaching material and resources.
Lessons are typically one hour, with the first lesson being a free trial to see what level the student is at and what areas to focus on. The first part of the hour is focused on school work and upcoming tests/sacs etc. The latter part is spent on developing new skills and doing some sample questions that I have come up with to test those skills.
My teaching methodology is different from conventional private tutoring. I start from the base of the subject based on the requirement of my students. A teacher is the best mentor and friend for children. I am very friendly to my students. My students can ask academic related doubts at any time.
Teaching, according to me is the noblest profession and I am fortunate to be a part of that community. My method comes with understanding of a problem and its solution in four questions – WHY? HOW? WHEN?, and WHERE? With respect to the problem.
My teaching method is personalized according to the student I am tutoring. My lessons are based on rigorous concept-based teaching reinforced with questions of varying difficulties.
My teaching method is to make the student proper understand of the concept and then bit of a practice to master the skills. I found my ability to teach at a very young age.
My teaching method is to study from the most basic and simple thing and once the students get it, I will give them more difficult work and they have to figure out themselves based on the previous simple questions.
My teaching method is mostly adapted to make the students understand what is going on in a certain topic and then practice questions to solidify whatever they have learnt in order to reach excellence.
I usually teach students the first principles as to how or why such concepts exist, and then provide a good example of an ideal solution to the problem. Usually the students walk away with questions answered, but more importantly, be motivated to explore more of the idea and be interested in asking and answering questions on their own.
I find maths to be very intuitive so I'm looking to help other people find the same intuitions. I don't believe that STEM is all about rote memorisation, when you really understand the core of the topics it becomes natural.
Providing the students the opportunity to challenge themselves and grab the idea or a concept through a range of exciting, stimulating and thought-provoking activities. The collaboration is essential not only for me but also with the students as well; it is only after this experience that we were able to communicate effectively among ourselves.
My teaching methodologies are designing and presenting comprehensive lesson plans to ensure each student is able to understand and retain subject materials. Strong reputation for helping students in preparing and writing research assignments and articles. My objective behind tutoring students is to develop their skills and help them reach their potential through individual attention.
As a student athlete mentor I base my teaching methodology of encouraging a healthy lifestyle both in the classroom and out in the sports field. I believe in teaching should encourage creative thinking, team work and problem solving. Like a coach or a mentor you demonstrate the lesson but you allow the students to practice themselves.
My teaching method will be very systematic and structured. For the first few lessons will be a 'get to know' session, where i will roughly estimate their capabilities and weaknesses. I will plan accordingly to fit their needs for the weaker topics. I will keep up with their institution's pace. I will take note of any incoming quizzes, test or exams to coordinate with their learning curve.
In my belief there is only 3 things that make you a great student. Firstly you should enjoy your study that i can make your children interest about it. Secondly you should be front of your class its mean that you must study each chapter before your teacher teach that . Furthermore you should learn how to study for VCE therefore i'll teach your children the method of study.
My teaching method is based on a conceptual study where I try to explain students their subject matters with real world examples. My teaching style involves two-way communication where I evaluate understanding levels of students after my teaching. I conduct frequent written and oral exams and provide feedback to students.
First see what is the student status in term of how much he know, or what areas he has difficulties with. When I am teaching I am trying to explain and give extra knowledge, and not only concentrate on the relevant material. I believe when the student understand what is the logic behind something it is easier to remember.
I vary my teaching method with the kind of student or class I am teaching. I make it fun, interesting and it involves a lot of pro-active participation from the students which equips the students with the knowledge that is not learnt just for the sake of exams but from the point of view of greater learning.
My teaching methodology change with student to student. I believe that all the students will not the same problem solving capabilities. I assess in which concepts a particular student is lagging behind, Then I will create a study timetable to that student. I teach in a very beautiful way concept by concept.
I have studied Mathematics as a subject till Masters and I am teaching it since last 5 years . I am proficient in a variety of teaching techniques : I always start from those topics which are basic , extremely important for upcoming classes and useful in upcoming units . After completing a unit , I provide notes and carefully selected questions with and without answers for practice.
I had been a teacher since year 2005. Was a Lecturer, tutor, teacher, and Principal. My focus is towards Mathematics and Science; capitalising on my first degree in Civil Engineering. Had been certified by University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (ULCES) to conduct classes for Cambridge Physics. My other qualification is Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching.
I am a hard-working student of Project Management studying at Victoria University. My background is related to Civil Engineer and I enjoyed a lot with this course, because it contains 80% of Mathematics and Physics principles. So, always start with the basic things, then proceed further in details. So, when you know basic, you will really enjoy to go in detail.
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