I have studied all fields of chemistry including organic , inorganic and physical chemistry.I will be very easy for me to make students understand the basics of the subject by giving examples and my drawing the exact things in detail.
The hardest part of teaching Chemistry is bringing the complex down to a level that students can grasp. Chemistry is mostly about learning skills, not facts. To successfully teach Chemisty, I use a mixture of lecturing, visual aids, demonstrations and hands-on activities whenever I can.
My teaching methodology is simple and effective. whenever I start teaching to anyone, Firstly I look at the syllabus and I teach him/her depending on the class. If I have taught something in a class and then in next class I will take a small test of about 20 minutes to test whether the student is studying regularly or not. Also after completion of 2 chapters I take test.
I am an international student at RMIT. I make every topic easy to understand so that the studies are simple and concise. Students with an objective to learn the concepts are my favorite. Mugging up things is not an option with me.
My teaching method suits student at any levels. With different students, I have different teaching methods which suit their style of absorbing knowledge. I'm patient and friendly so I can teach students at any levels.
I try and tailor my teaching methods to the needs of the student. In my experience some students learn best if they do a lot of practice problems, others learn better if they are taught to visualize the process in their mind and others if they hear the physics or Math concepts be compared to other concepts they are already familiar with.
In my opinion, success in academics is far more than hard work. It's deliberate practice of correct learning techniques. Oftentimes students work mindlessly, without keenly understanding the fundamentals of what they are learning. That's why students that change their attitude towards learning in their final years rarely reach the scholastic pinnacle - their comprehension of the basics is muddled.
I used to take lectures for undergraduate engineering students. I take both class lesson and practical lesson( either arranging some tour or laboratory experiments). The class lessons are generally based on fundamental and development of physical theory. Digital media can be used for better and easier understanding.
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.
In my experience, mastering chemistry requires dedication in order to understand the concepts, but the most difficult part is using your knowledge to answer questions. My lessons will provide extra support and explanation of any topics the student is struggling with, as well as a dedicated time period for working through questions and solutions.
I believe in building problem-solving and critical thinking acumen and not in just memorization. After all we must learn to enjoy and apply the understanding of the subjects we are learning.
My methodology will vary depending on the condition and purpose of you. The measurement I take into consideration will depend on four simple questions: 1. What is your main purpose? i.e. to boost test score? to build a strong knowledge background? to enhance logical thinking ability? etc. 2.
I try and make lessons as fun and enjoyable as possible, exploring possible applications of the section once I have taught it. Back at school, my learning capabilities were always hindered by poor, unenthusiastic teachers, so I learn from their mistakes, making lessons exciting whilst still being very proactive towards learning.
I have taught mathematics and science upto class X in past at India. I have alao taught engineering student of Mechanical engineering department at India. Generally I starts the subject with basic fundamental. It is important to understand the concept and then you will start enjoying the subject yourself.
When I teach Maths and Science, I always check what the student know of the lesson, and then prefer practising immediatly with exercises of incremental difficulty. I always want people to understand what they do and not repeat schemes so I prefer taking time on the exercises to make sure they perfectly understand.
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.
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 approach tutoring in a holistic and different way that takes into account individual differences in learning and desired outcomes. I am friendly, open and knowledgeable in the areas of Mathematics, Science, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Personal Development, and Well-being.
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.
my teaching method is based on the application of the subject through exercises and practical examples
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 always make sure that I give practical examples of the topic so that it becomes easier for the students to understand the basic concept.
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.
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.
my teaching method would be looking at the students' syllabus, working out a plan of study for them. I would try adopting to the students' style of learning like video, kinesthetic etc. to be able to teach them efficiently.
My main teaching methodology is that if to make knowledge digestible for students, we must be able to explain complex concepts in simple ways. I believe in hands on communicative teaching methods, with lots of practise.
I base my teaching methodology on the student I am teaching. While teaching a group of students, the methodology seeks to take care of the weakest student and pace of lesson plan is tailored as per him/her. In addition, I constantly read about latest teaching methodologies and try to embed them into my own teaching methodology.
I am Ria Rushin Joseph. Currently, I am doing my PhD at Swinburne University in Theoretical Physics. As I am doing my PhD in the theoretical area, I am proficient in Physics and Maths as well. I have secured 98% in my graduation and secured the first rank in my university. I have secured 100 marks in Mathematics from my secondary level onwards. My approach is teaching through examples.
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 mainly based on practical knowledge and experimental. i teach students with best examples to understand and remember everything clearly.
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