Once I get to know the student, I create sample problems that are tailored to the students' weaknesses. The problems start with the basics, ensuring that the student has good fundamentals. Once the fundamentals are covered, we will move to harder problems.
I love math because the numbers have GREAT significance! Therefore, I would love to have students who are passionate about learning, to make a difference in their world with what they learn. With math, all it takes is PRACTICE so, there would be a teaching session, a practice session and an assessment session.
Hi Guys my name is Josiah! I am a tutor based in Karawara, Perth looking to work with Chemistry students wanting to achieve in the local area! My lessons are open to students of all abilities.
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.
As a teacher, gifted students and ASD students are my sweet spot. My teaching method is to assess where a student's learning is at and then introduce the concepts that unlock the next level. I am a nurturer and particularly look after gender diverse students with understanding.
I always start the class by questioning to check student's prior knowledge and understanding about the topic. I use "show and tell" strategy to tell the students why they are learning the topic or what is the real-life application of the topic. I clear the lesson goal at the beginning so the student's know what is expected from them at the end of the class.
I have a passion for teaching mathematics and physics. I ensure that students not only understand the subjects theoretically but also practically. I divide the subject across the available weeks before the exam. I ensure that students understand all the concepts taught in a week. I firmly believe that making your concepts clear is the best way to score highly in the exam.
As an engineering student, I have studied in both in French and Australian educational systems, so I have a great experience with the different teaching methods used, and I know which ones are great for students.
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.
I believe one can learn only if he practices. So i will give my lectures and classes. Make them do a few problems and homeworks.
I am very calm person and teach the learners according to their requirements. I always encourage them to ask the questions in between the class to make them understand the problems fully. I have got lot of patience for others.
My approach to tutoring is understanding the needs of each student as every student is different.
My teaching strategies include constructivism. I teach my students through real life experiences. It helps me to enhance their curiosity. I always prepare my lesson plan before session. I divide my lesson plans in three parts initially I review previous knowledge then I start new concept.
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 generally will go over your school's curriculum and topic structure for the year to ensure you are being tutored on things you will be confronted with in school. We will discuss your weak areas and strong areas. Focus on bringing you ahead of your classes and prepare you for assessments and lab practicals.
My name is Max, I am from Berlin and I am currently enrolled in a study-abroad program at Swinburne Uni, studying chemistry. In Germany, I study a teachers degree in both chemistry and english. My stay in Australia is part of my scholarship that I receive from the Foundation of German Business.
I enjoy introducing new concepts of physics based on the chapters with an open-ended question ,and examples to ensure students are aware of the fact that science exists in our day to day life,and is essential to know how they function.
I try to adapt different topics to students' needs. I usually try to perform some experiments whenever possible. Otherwise, I create an imaginary experiment and I try to make the student understand it, focusing on the most important consequences of the concepts being studied. Also, I generally attempt to translate mathematical concepts, making it easier to apply them in physics' exercises.
As an experienced supervisor and examiner at the postgraduate level, I am familiar with the requirements of university courses in chemistry and chemical engineering. My career in Industry has also given me an insight into what employers look for when selecting science graduates.
My teaching method depends on the student.There are few studentsa who do not understand on smart board so i prefer to teach them with notebooK. And there are few students who grasp easily i would teach them with notes.In Fact i believe notes should be provided to students.
My teaching method is very vivid and demonstrative. I like my students to have a clear picture in their heads before I move on to the arithmetic or technical bit. I like to give examples and take a practical approach.
I first try to figure out if there are any fundamental issues going on, since a good foundation is essential for diving into the more specialized subjects. Afterwards we work on the specific problems the student is having and tackle each one along the way.
I remain very frank to the students throughout the class so that they do not hesitate to ask any question, At the same time I maintain the decorum of the class to deliver my knowledge at my best level.
My teaching method is relaxed, no one learns properly under pressure. First I teach the concept, then the maths, then the skills needed to do the maths. Its all about the process in mathematics and I don't expect my students to understand it immediately, I never did. I'm still a first year at Uni so I was in your shoes about 6 months ago.
I believe that every student learns differently, and so I try to get to know each student in order to find what works best for you. Accordingly, I don't have a generic structure to lessons, but instead tailor the session directly to your needs.
Getting to know my students is extremely important, it develops a strong communication level that makes me approachable and more than just their weekly tutor. Lessons will general consist of discussing what has been taught at school since our last meeting, ensuring that they understand everything.
My teaching method is based on a resolution of real-life problems. A normal lesson would consist in a brief recap of the last lesson, followed by questions, then we will answer those questions together, and after everything is clear we can look forward to learning a new topic.
I believe in the philosophy that to learn with the most efficiency and effectiveness, you must have a passion or desire to learn for the sake of curiosity. Therefore, I make every lesson a balanced fun/work dynamic that makes learning interesting and valuable to any individual who learns from me.
According to me there is no such thing as weak and good Student. Everyone has their own capability to understand some topic. I don't like to force students to study but students should know their weaknesses and try their best to overcome that instead of Giving up. I Teach passionately. I can change my Teaching Methods as and when required. I respond to emails and calls as soon as possible.
The most important aspect of tutoring (in my opinion) is not re-teaching you the content that you have already learned, but rather to ensure that you understand the concepts and consistently review the key ideas to encode them into your long-term memory.
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Perfect! Sjoerd has really helped with my chemistry, he is very patient and understanding. He will explain the problem until I understand. Each session becomes a little more understood and I even have a lot more motivation to study for organic chemistry.
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