I always plan my lessons using practical examples and illustrations for my students.I believe that unless and until one can visualise mathematics, one cannot learn it or take interest in it.My teaching methods have been extremely helpful for the students find mathematics hard to understand. I readily get the problems of my students and intend to make the little concepts clear instantaneously.
• I am a very social and approachable person, therefore, I love to make my classes interesting and engaging. • I don’t believe in the conventional approach followed in schools going one chapter after the other. My lesson structure is tuned to cater to the needs of the student. • Students learn a lot of information in the classroom at school.
I like to focus on the particular problem areas the student has, and after they've been tackled, I like to focus on developing the study techniques necessary to continue to have success without me.
I'm all about fun. Pencil and paper doesn't work for everyone, so I make it my challenge to find a way which engages my students and helps them to really explore the subject. No question is a silly question. Questions are key to unlocking understanding, and I aim to provide a comfortable and relaxed learning environment which encourages question asking and curiosity.
I use trial and error approach in teaching, meaning that I allow students to compose their responses, then reflect on how it can be improved. This process is repeated until the student is able to compose a perfect response for any given question.
I have always enjoyed passing on my passion for physics to my students. I use a tutorial style during my teaching, asking questions as I proceed to see whether students are following my arguments. I discuss the concepts involved and then do tutorial examples to consolidate student understanding.
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.
I evaluate each student individually and adjust my teaching style to accommodate. As some students learn by example and others are visual learners, being adaptive is part of my educational philosophy.
I guage where the level of current knowledge and skill is first, then start covering concepts from there. There is nothing wrong with not understanding concepts, I believe it’s just because there hasn’t been someone who can teach in the style you learn in.
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.
I very much enjoy experiencing young minds reach their full potential and as such aim my teaching towards making difficult concepts fun to learn. I use life-like metaphors to simplify concepts and actively try to develop simple/fun strategies to aid remembering.
I base my lessons on what the student would like to work and improve upon. I like to look at their overall course outline to effectively build upon and progress the student in line with the timeline that their school follows to keep them on top of their work. I believe that each student has the ability to achieve success and it is my goal to support them in doing so.
My teaching method is student centered and collaborative. I am flexible with teaching area/environment as long as it is good and safe for the student. I enjoy giving students questions that tests their understanding of the subject and assisting them in solving problems.
My teaching method depends on the student. However, on a general note, I prefer to explain the concepts first, and any questions from the students will always be appreciated. I regularly check my student's homework and give feedback on it.
Once I know the student, I make sample problems that are tailored to the weak points of the individual student. The problems are designed to ensure mastery of the basics, and then I build the student's skill level up to solve more difficult problems.
My teaching method is so simple and very easy to understand. I explain in an interesting way that the student can understand the topic. I make the sums practical and the step by step procedures of solving the sum are clearly explained, so that it will be easy to the student to study.
I always give a lot of attention to students to find out their strength and weaknesses when it comes to coping up with the subject. I mainly look forward to teaching bachelors degree students and high school student who needs extra help in mathematics-related subjects.
I prefer to teach people the methodology to self learn. I do this by first breaking down and explaining a concept. I then explore the concept from different angles backed up by examples to clarify them. I then go on to discuss how similar problems could further be solved by the student alone.
Teaching Methodology: I always find the best easiest way to explain. My teaching style is based on involving the student effectively in the learning process rather than being a listener, so you want not be just watching. All teaching materials will be provided to you and you don't have to be worry about taking notes(including online videos to those who prefer far distance learning).
My teaching method is to engage and motivate the student as much as possible to solve the problem. I sit down with the student and review with them what they know already and where they are getting stuck. I listen actively to the student and find communication methods which are tailored towards them to help them solve the problem.
Maths is taught best when it is made relatable. I use common examples and everyday examples to make complicated areas of the subject more understandable. I assess the student's ability to learn and teach using the most viable method for the student to retain information.
My lessons are geared towards students learning Math at the beginning level as well as advanced level. Students are re-explained the lessons, helped with homework difficulties and get to undertand in a logical way.
For physics and Math lessons I usually introduce the idea or concept to the student, mostly I relate the application it has in their day to day life. Then the student is introduced to problem solving techniques in that particular topic.
My teaching method is usually very simple and easy to understand as this was how I was taught. I am willing to mostly give lessons to students who have difficulty in this particular subject and make learning easy fro them. Also I would start my way from the basics so that they will have a good foundation and work my way through.
My teaching method depends on each students according to what they need. I have had many different experiences. I usually send homework since I believe it is hard to improve just by what I can offer, therefore there has to be some work on the side.
I'm enthusiastic about seeing students achieve! I start by asking the student about their strengths, weaknesses and interests, then I will try to taylor my lessons accordingly. I like to use a variety of activities that may include textbook exercises or practical applications.
I am doing professional tutoring for couple of years with great success over student's improvement. I have even taught TAS teacher for improving concepts in general maths and civil engineering. Working with maths could b fun when you realise numbers can draw pictures for you. Maths is easy when it is done stepwise and with multiple perspectives and representations.
My teaching methods are geared towards students who are keen to learn but just need that extra bit of help to really excel! I like to tailor my tutoring sessions depending on the specific area of maths that they need help with, work through some problems together and give them the confidence to approach the problems themselves.
My main philosophy in teaching is to strengthen one's fundamentals and make students have a clear understanding of the basic concepts, be it maths or physics or even chemistry. I am aware that every student has a different learning curve and capacity.
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.
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