For me the most important thing is your motivation. The main part of my work is to help you to find and maintain a gainful motivation. My teaching method is focused on your autonomy and your objectives: try to reach your goals with pleasure.
My Structure is very simple. It is a very hands on approach, and very much based on the particular needs of the student.
My teaching method is simple, they will be structured on how to answer the exam papers, along side some topical debates regarding current affairs. I will also deliver exercises, powerpoints and help students gain confidence to write about a question that they may not feel so confident in doing. I aim to provide a first class level of tutoring that helps the student get into university.
My teaching methods differ from person to person. I tend to ask the individual how they prefer to learn, and if they don't know, try out a couple of methods until we find the right one. I usually give a 'recap' at the end of each of my sessions to go over the main points.
I approach tutoring in the same way I would approach working with an athlete. I teach by questions, helping you to find the answers rather than simply giving it to you.
My aim is not only that of helping students achieve their academic goals, but also that of teaching transferrable and enduring study-skills; as a result I tailor each teaching program to the strengths and weaknesses of the single student. Furthermore, I am used to providing a wide variety of teaching aids such as conceptual maps, bibliographies and sample essays/model answers.
Teaching material will be adapted dependant upon the student's preference of modules and level of interest. Psychology is a board subject and branches into many different sub-categories. Available to teach Biology, Maths and Home Economics A-Level. The key is communication, setting objectives, detailed notes, practice.
I have many different teaching styles as through my own education I have struggled with the typical learning and revision techniques, which means I can cater to different methods of learning and teaching. Often the teach it, do it and check it method is effective for most students as doing the work themselves is one of the best methods for learning than sitting and listening.
I am a keen proponent of enquiry based learning and feel this approach is generally the most effective for dynamic learning. I have taught both the IB and UK curriculum and feel I can utilise the benefits of each.
My methodology as a teacher is quite simple, i believe that every single student should be treated as an individual and therefore there will no be 'generic' lesson plans used. Each plan will be individual to each student to ensure that they are getting exactly what THEY want from the session.
My teaching method depends on how my student learns. From studying psychology, I have a much better understanding of how different people learn in vastly different ways; some need to visualize, others need to have hands on experience, and some do well by listening and simply talking about the subject afterwards. I will teach in a manor that best suits and benefits the student.
Firsts things first I start with you. What are you learning styles like? How do you prefer to do things? It is important for me to get to know you and understand which methods of learning can aid you the most.
I base my teaching method base on the students need and ability to comprehend the material. Typically each student learns at a different pace i try to organize the classroom in such a manor that all students will be successful.
I like to adopt a teaching style which is more empowering than dictative. We’ll establish where you are at, and where you want to be. The rest is working out how to reach to goal point. Sport psychology is a hugely important aspect of athletic performance, but it also very subjective therefore there is no one way to teach it. It has to be tailored to suit each athletes situation.
My teaching method is dependent on my student's learning strengths. I prefer to talk to my client first, asses why they are unable to reach their academic goal, and then proceed to present a new teaching style to them which is best for their learning style.
I am keen to use relevant sporting examples, through watching video clips, creating diagrams, practical activities and reading around current issues in sport.
My teaching style involves individual and group activities as well as implementation of open ended discussion. I enjoy attracting all students to explore and have each student to share with discussion and getting opinions and input for their perspective.
My teaching method is to go through various points in time, point out what the chief problems and challenges were in that period, the approaches taken to solve them, and how they relate to us today.
Fun, practical, functional, relevant, informative, and reinforcing! Always use a positive approach. This comes from my expertise in behavioral psychology. You will remember the material and make personal connections with the material to remember and apply it.
I can take a felxible approach to teaching, using both structure when it is required and an inquisitive supportive approach to building knowledge. I enjoy using discussion as one of the tools for encourgaing collaborative learning and progress towards your goals.
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