My lessons are student-focused, such that the material and delivery are designed in relation to my students' individual needs. I seek to use a variety of materials and media to enhance and enrich the learning experience. Most importantly, I seek to develop close relationships with my students so that learning is relaxed, enjoyable and rewarding.
I specialise in Essay writing (particularly for high school) and general grammar editing of any written work. I excel at writing and achieved 100% in all my Year 12 assessments by learning a few simple ways to write and structure an essay effectively.
My teaching style puts the pupil first at all times. Whilst I ensure that all core skills are being addressed each lesson (understanding, reading, application, writing) the means to which this is achieved is through an understanding of what the pupil enjoys rather than a predetermined pathway that is used for everyone. Located in Camberwell, I can teach from my own home or from a student's home.
My lessons are aimed towards High School kids, and University students. I like to gauge my students before I plan a strict lesson. I believe every student learns differently and I am passionate about creating a lesson which is perfect for my student. I aim to create a safe, fun, and compassionate work environment that aids students in reaching their full potential.
I teach using a hands on, inquiry method to get students thinking about the 'why' behind their studies. I also use regular movement breaks as studies have shown this technique to be effective, particularly when working with younger children. I help students to gain the confidence they need to achieve success in their examinations and in regular classroom settings.
My teaching methodologies are adaptable to the requirement of the students. I believe in an interactive learning system, where the perspective of the students is also observed. Additionally, I like to put students at ease, so that the students can feel the liberty to discuss any doubt or question that they have, without hesitation.
My teaching methods vary depending on the age and requirements of the student. I pride myself on being adaptable to the individual needs of my students and work closely with them to develop a method that will optimise the outcomes of my lessons. Each of my lessons is tailored around the individual needs of the student and works to aid them in relevant areas of study.
My teaching method is student-centred and holistic. I understand that each student is unique and brings a range of skills, abilities and struggles to their education. I learn the specific ways in which individual students flourish and their behavioural patterns which hold them back.
I teach verbally and critically, making students think about why things are the way they are. I implement some practice of skills learnt during lesson time, and occasionally assign homework so that students can practice their skills. Through the constant reviewing of work and the practice of new techniques, I believe that the student will flourish.
I am flexible in my tutoring style - I am available to mark homework or essays, help with assignments and exam preparation, and am helpful in going in depth through the prescribed high school syllabus (which I am familiar with as a recent graduate).
I can guarantee that my lessons will cater to your ability in addition to being engaging. I value reflective practice, am determined to provide the most suitable methodology to your needs and approach every lesson with clear, structured activities.
My teaching method is based around breaking things down, whether it's deconstructing texts to find their themes and the literary devices that are used to show these themes, or breaking down a huge topic into key ideas that can become topic sentences in an essay.
Do you struggle with understanding what an author is trying to convey through their text? Do you struggle to remember language, aural or visual techniques used in various mediums? Do you want some exam preparation help? That's where I come in!
I studied Primary School Teaching at QUT where the main philosophy used was constructivism and scaffolding. I ask the parents where their child is having problems and what their marks have been like and aim to improve their marks, build on their existing knowledge and improve their results. I also try to make the lessons as enjoyable as possible.
I believe that students learn best when they are enjoying the subject. Therefore, I strive to implement a student-based approach to my teaching by tailoring my method of information delivery or teaching strategy to better suit the student's needs and interests. Hence, I am willing to utilize a variety of mediums and creative activities to connect with the student in terms that they can understand.
I have experience with both University and School institutions. I love teaching and seeing my students achieve! I like to try and relate to my students, everyone is different and has their own strengths and weaknesses.
I am to stem my lessons from what the teachers have students working on, or areas that a particular student needs a bit of added help. I am happy to assist in research, writing essays or other assignments, and editing essays (for English and History specifically, but I may also be able to assist in other subjects).
My teaching method is based on my general knowledge i have on subjects such as social sciences, geography, maths and writing. If i am not confident about a particularly topic, I will make sure I acquire the necessary knowledge about that topic either through the internet or state library then apply this knowledge to my student.
I am a firm believer that students each have their own learning style and that the role of a tutor is to develop personalised strategies to ensure they maximise their learning potential.
My mantra is: make every topic relevant to the student's life and interest. The reason I love language class is that you can customise any learning experience to make it relevant to your own interests. For example, if in my academic English class we were learning about referencing, I could ask a student to bring their favourite book or newspaper.
My teaching methodology is student-directed. I provide input and support as needed, but structure the lesson around each student's particular point of need. I have extensive experience working with students who need assistance with a subject of difficulty, particularly English.
I like to ask students about their strengths and weaknesses. It is great to help students improve on their confidence but also really focus deeply on the areas where they need improvement. some common teaching strategies I use are modelling, questioning, direction and collaboration.
My teaching method involves initially observing the students abilities under exam conditions, in order to really pick up on where specifically they need improvement. Subsequently, I begin working on these areas, while also teaching the student how to further highlight their strengths. I always ensure that the student is comfortable with the basic structure before moving onto the fine details.
I would like to get to know my student first because that will help me to prepare my lessons.e.g. whether my student can work for a full hour then take a break or whether my student needs a break every 30 minutes. To begin, I would usually start with asking the student if he/she have any homework or assignments that may be due soon so we can work through it.
My lessons are really simple: Reading texts, comprehending them, then answering questions and writing about them. Nice and basic lessons to build the most important skills of English, literature, reading and writing. I also build confidence and self-esteem in my students.
My lessons are created to suit individual students as each one has a different learning style. I always have warm-up exercises and test their skills to see improvement over each week. I believe that one can only improve if they love what they learn, hence unique methods must be applied to engage students and allow them to achieve the best of their potential.
I have a flexible teaching style, tailoring lessons to my student's preferred learning methods. I am friendly and love to have a chat - as long as it doesn't bring the lesson too off-course! I believe that students learn best when they are engaged and interested in the content, and if they are given work to do consistently in order to produce noticeable results.
I have very simple teaching method and never try to be complicated I believe in both teacher centred approach as well as student centred approach to learning as every student is different. Moreover, I am organised and need my students to be organised too.
At the risk of getting too zen-monk on you here: "In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities and in the expert’s mind, there are few." [Shunryu Suzuki]. I encourage and uplift the beginners mind in all my students - thereby teaching them how to learn anything, adapt to changing circumstances and build resilience for a big, full life.
My teaching method is to first understand what you're all about e.g your goals, struggles and what you'd you'd like out of tutoring. Then I'd tail the sessions to meet these needs. I went through the HSC a few years ago so I understand well how demanding and stressful it can be. I have experience teaching orphans in Africa a variety of subjects and I loved it.
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