My strengths as a tutor lie in the ability of relating foreign concepts into a way that is more relatable for the student. Particularly in sciences, this involves using analogies to link concepts into every day scenarios and casual language.
I like to teach concepts as simply as possible and without jargon. I believe that understanding a concept first is the key to learning, and then key terms can be introduced once ideas are understood.
It in teaching through motivating students to plan ahead for assessments without stress.Very friendly, which varies from unit to unit.Each method depends upon the topic requirement and student learning capabilities and skills. It is simply builds confidence in students learning approach which eventually helps them to score more marks as well as practical knowledge in their life.
My philosophy is that if a tutor can achieve nothing else, they should at least incite passion or interest in the topic that they teach, rather than simply regurgitate information.
I am really creative, I tried to use all the tools that I can find surroud me to make it easier to you. I tried to be very descriptive and using books as support to explain every single biological process. I really love teaching biology which is my main device. I am really patient when I have to repeat everything.
I am student who is currently pursuing her Master in Public Health. With a strong background in Health sciences, my lessons are focused towards in-depth biology and chemistry as required by the Victorian curriculum.
Lesson description As everyone learns in different ways. I believe that it is essential for quality tutoring to be tailored based on the individual needs of each student. I typically favour explaining the concepts behind why theories or phenomenon are as they are- I believe this makes topics far more intuitive and engaging.
I firmly believe a teaching method must always be tailored to the individual, however, when it comes to anatomy, visual learning and processing are crucial. Studies have found students learn more effectively when multimodal and system-based approaches are integrated.
I like to believe that anything that is to be taught or learnt, has to be done slowly. I like to teach and read along or study along with the student aloud and slow. The method I believe to be the simplest and easiest way to teach and learn is to understand the concept through questions and as a story.
I try to get my students to explain a topic they are comfortable with to me, so I can assess their learning style. I then choose to explain the concept, work through examples with my students, and push them to work through harder questions with the skills we have built up together.
I like to make sure that I know exactly what the person I am tutoring wants to get out of the lesson, I like solving problems and providing answers. I will make sure that there is a way to learn and understand the things that I teach and change my teaching method to suit my students.
I take an interactive approach to teaching, and am a big believer in student participation. Lessons will involve a core teaching module, followed by a discussion with the student/s to go over the key facts and explore different ideas and methods of thinking.
I approach a topic by going over the basics and then building upon them. I believe a lot of frustration with learning is being overwhelmed and feeling lost. Starting with the basics means you can easily build upon them and students don't close down. I also think learning should be fun, I like to incorporate videos and discussions into my teaching as I know not everyone learns the same way.
I believe that interest in the subject being taught is most important, with its difficulty being fairly irrelevant, to a student who loves what they're studying. I take advantage of my contagious passion for biomedical science to enhance the students learning experience and academic performance.
my teaching methodology is to to go through the textbooks thoroughly, weekly tests and revisions. the process will also include doubt sessions.
My lessons include the following: 1) the setting up, in terms of importance and relevance, of the questions to be answered in the lesson 2) explanation of key concepts by the tutor 3) application of key concepts by the student 4) feedback and further explanation 5) direct answering of questions asked at the beginning of the lesson 6) further questions and resources
I change my teaching methodology based on every student's specific needs and learning styles. Due to my background in teaching and studying psychology, I know how to tutor different kinds of students. My focus will be on the school/university syllabus and I will help with tests, exams and assignments.
- Health Science subjects (Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology and etc.
Mostly, I approach my topics by demonstration. My teacher used to say," the more sense organs you use to learn, the quicker you grasp it", so, I basically teach the lessons by drawing them so that the students can picturise what the text is trying to say.
I am passionate about the subjects I am willing to tutor and I am relatable, having gone through the rigours of secondary schooling myself, my lessons would involve learning through visualising and creating mind maps to help understand difficult topics and concepts, I am also patient and I teach in a coherent and engaging manner.
I always believe that a candle loses nothing by lighting another candle. This is what makes me passionate about teaching. I teach by first of all strengthening the basics of the subject which then lays a strong foundation. I teach in a creative manner by drawing diagrams and flow charts to make the students understand the concept in an easy way.
I, Dr. Adil Hanif, Doctor of Pharmacy graduate from Dow University of Health Science, Pakistan & University of Melbourne Student of Master of Biomedical Science conducting a Research under Dr. Tony Velkov & Studying in a Department where Noble Laureate Prof. Peter Doherty Resides.
My teaching method is Simple and fun. If you can make a complex topic understandable to a 5-year-old kid, at that time you could say yourself a real tutor.
My personal beliefs surrounding education are influenced by a parent and peers that have, collectively, decades of teaching experience. My teaching approach is based on the appreciation of people’s diversity and the need to create comfortable and safe environments in which to learn and express ourselves enjoyably.
I am a current year 2 student who is looking for students who require extra help in anatomy and physiology subjects. Weekly tutorial session going through key learning points and exam-focus approach.
I love keeping classes fun.
My teaching methods would be more visual.It will be with the assistance of the text book the student is using and any online learning as well they use. I will help them with being able to grasp that knowledge in a Visual and Diagramatic way which then is easy to remember. I can use slides as well if this will assist the student.
I have been a preceptor to nursing students and being patient is important. I make sure to gauge what their current knowledge is and the goals they want to meet in assessing the time and teaching required. Every person is different and the method must be suited to their needs and capability. I like to draw in order to visualize the theories behind it.
For older students, I try and target what they need the most help with from their identification of what their weaknesses are. I am more on understanding the concept rather than just memorising it.
My priority would be the student. First when the student contacts me I would like to get to know everything the students wants to know and have a doubt on. And I would prepare myself accordingly and would and deliver the lesson the way the student and I both would be comfortable.
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