My teaching methodology is "Demonstrator or coach style". I always work very hard to make my student take interest. I believe, mathematics is a game. My students really enjoy learning maths from me. Task completion is my first priority compare to others.
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 a PhD (Civil Engineering) candidate at the University of Wollongong and have a passion for research and teaching. My methodology for teaching has always been interactive and guiding the students to grasp the concept rather than mere cramming. Further, helping the individual with the practical application of the theory in real world problems.
My teaching methodology is making a storytelling everything. You do not have to make it very theorical for having it in mind. We humans tend to associate our knowledge with the daily happenings, so this needs to be both theorical and practical. I show you how this works, and later, it's your turn.
I decided to study science and communication because I love to get people excited about science. It may seem scary sometimes but with a couple of diagrams and well placed analogies I find that even the most complex of concepts can be understood.
Depending on what stage the student is at will depend on my teaching method. If the student understands all the content then I will source questions for the student to complete and challenge their understanding of maths. By extending the students understanding of the concepts of maths, they will achieve a high mark.
I have graduated as an Electrical Engineer from the University of Wollongong. I would like to play the role of a close friend to help students to solve and overcome barriers. In my teaching philosophy, relating the theories to real-life examples can engage students to solve the problems more effectively.
In order to teach something effectively, you yourself must know the content wholeheartedly. Being able to break down complex processes into simple terms which people can understand. That is my approach to teaching, first I make sure I completely understand what I am teaching, then think of ways to break down any complicated concepts into easy to understand steps.
Hi guys, I am a science enthusiastic person studying Bachelor of Physics at the University of Wollongong.I have a dream of making math and physics enjoyable and simple to kids. This, I believe, can happen through real-life demonstrations and break down of subjects.My lessons are aimed towards kids studying in high school.
My teaching method for students year 6 to 9 is different to year 10 to 12. I'd like to teach kids to have fun with numbers, show them how colourful and realistic the subject is by using sample in daily life like fruits, lollies, etc. Having interest and curiosity in maths at young ages will gain their basic knowledge and passion as they move to higher grades.
Dr Sergey Fedoseev was graduated from Moscow University of People's Friendship. He has two Ph.D degrees in Physics. He Prepared and delivered online lessons to HSC and undergraduate students on topics such as: General Physics, Electronics; Optical and Wireless Communications.
Teaching with fun! 1 trial session is available. School methodology will be followed and if there is any teaching preference by students then I am happy to use that way. Individual or group teaching anything is convenient.
my lessons are for all the students even if someone didn't studied maths properly till grade 6. i believe in teaching the concept of topic we are doing and how can we use it later. everything we study has a reason behind it once we get that it becomes more interesting.
Lessons are structured and designed to assist students achieve the best results they can! This includes: - Managing current school work - Preparing for exams - Targeting weak areas - Extending current knowledge *Specialising in primary and high school students, emphasis on exam preparation and effective study planning.
I approach this topic with the preface that improvement takes work, you won't magically become a mathematician. It requires practice and engagement along with moving past the fear of making mistakes. I encourage risk taking with the student's learning and developing problem solving skills for when it doesn't work out.
My teaching method is incorporating student autonomy with a top down flow of information approach. Peer learning and internal motivation is encouraged. Classes will be based on mutual respect and hard work. Persistence and patience is key, and I believe in keeping on pushing forward.
I am able to help with Mathematics all the way up to a Year 12 Level. I just completed my HSC and received a band 6 in Mathematics. Can assist with most levels of Mathematics. I am a dedicated and reliable worker willing to help anyone at all levels.
I base my classes on the student's course work, to help students have a greater understanding of the material they have learnt in class. I usually customise classes to the student's capabilities and learning methods to obtain the most effective learning environment.
My teaching methodology is assisting the students with their homework and ensuring they completely follow the task and have an in-depth understanding of the subject. I can also assist by providing extra questions or study notes which we can work through together.
My teaching method is to first introduce the topic briefly to the students, then step by step description of process with an example. Then another practice problem solved with students and in the end give them some problems to access and done by themselves.
My teaching method depends mainly on the student's capacity and interest and age. It is always 2-way communication instead of typical Pour-Down method. The student is made feel interested by some informal discussion, and linking between study material to his/her interested. This motivates the student to be self-educating, and self-practicing even without my presence.
I am a big fan of creating shortcuts in order to teach a difficult topic. I believe it is important to see problems for what they are in smaller chunks, in order to facilitate easier learning. I also believe in the power of doing numerous practice questions in order to hone one's understanding of the topic - and ultimately achieve better results.
My teaching method is very simple. first, I explain the logic so the students can connect the dots and the basics of the concept become clear to them. After which I create a formula sheet and practice solving problems of different types in order to learn how to use the concepts learned.
Currently, I am studying master of engineering in material engineering and I have graduated in bachelor of technology in chemical engineering with first class with distinction. I can handle two students at a time. giving fully attention to both. My lessons depends on their academics.
Method should change according to the student's tendencies. I like to observe the student and teach according to their learning patterns. However what really teaches a person is their own experience which is why solving questions and analyzing the points student struggles are always essential after the topic is discussed.
I have a Bachelor Degree of Science in Chemistry and Post Graduate Diploma of Teaching and Learning (Secondary Education) from the University of Southern Queensland. My areas of specialisation are Science and Mathematics. I am a Chemist and Registered Teacher.
I am available to tutor on Monday and Tuesday afternoons as well as Saturday mornings. I would be able to teach students of varying abilities and age levels in anything up to Year 12 General Mathematics and Year 11 Chemistry. My lessons would mainly involve working through allocated classroom work with students and explaining it in a clear and concise manner.
I would say practice and repetition are essential to mastering Mathematics, and the basics and fundamentals of maths are often overlooked in Years 11-12 as it becomes expected knowledge.
I will first look at the students current course work, and will make a specialized lesson plan to help them succeed. Practice is the most important thing to do when struggling with such an abstract subject as math, so I will make sure my students drill the topics that they have the most difficulty with.
My teaching methodology is to first analyze where my students stand individually in order to assess whether I have to start teaching from the very basic core concepts or from a beginner level. As I am a software engineering graduate I would be focusing to teach students who need help with computing subjects and mathematics.
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