The classes are based on ROS (Robot Operating System) which can be used to program a robot platform. The simulation tools helps the student to visualise the actions of a robot without having a physical one. Robotics is not hard when you understand the 3W-Hs - What, Where, How and When.
My name is Jamin. email: (concealed information) Website: (concealed information) Here you can learn about how to use your camera perfectly. Which lens is best for your work. How to take photo with the best exposure. How to do compositions. Etc.. My teaching methodology includes 4 parts: 1.Theory and camera operation studies. 2.Practice and post-upgrade studies. 3.
I will quickly assess the student's current level, from there we would work through new characters and grammar accordingly. I have done this myself and know what is important and what can be put aside for the time being.
I do not stick to the textbook materials as learning a language has to be an enjoyable experience. I always use some songs or oral expressions to explain nooks and crannies of the Korean language. I always encourage my students to utilise what they have learned throughout the course into their own life as language is a skill not a trophy.
KIDS Class: Teach cartoon drawing and quick sketch for developing observational skills and imagination. I currently teach 4-8 years old students at CCS, one theme in each class and using pictures, videos and stories to inspire children's creativity, at the same time, teach basic drawing skills including mixing colour, building composition, drawing through observation.
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 approach to teaching is derived from my ability to communicate well with my students. I do my best to differentiate how I deliver content based on how my students learn most effectively. I always ensure that whoever I am helping has a full understanding of the content before moving on to the next stage, and that the information being delivered is relevant and relatable for them personally.
My teaching method is discussion and demonstration method. It's a must for me to ensure my student understands the taught concept and can apply application knowledge to the taught concept. I believe every student is smart and can prosper.
My teaching approach is very practical and visual. I encourage practical training in real life natural lighting situations and different locations. Photography being a visual art, I believe that being a mentor at your side to provide immediate feedback helps to cement the learning into your mind.
It is understandable that learning a language can be quite challenging. The lesson will be adapted according to the students need. Therefore, the struggles that students may have can be turned into positive energy, making the lesson become fun and exciting. Never hesitate to share your curiosity as part of learning a language.
I try to keep my lesssons reasonably basic until I ascertain my students skill levels. From that point I can then decide how to approach music theory and playing ability. I've always found that being a patient listener is the most important tool in a teacher's toolbox as well as a sharp sense of a students confidence.
My teaching methodology aims at building a strong basic foundation on the topic and making the student develop more on it by providing an intriguing question and helping the student extrapolate the concepts. Each topic will begin with the basics and each session will end with a simple question that will keep them motivated and also give leads on the next topic.
The essence of maths is not to make simple things complicated, but to make complicated things simple. I, as a tutor make maths look fun and easy for students who have difficulty in solving even the most basic questions of maths.
When teaching, I focus on three key things in every lesson: establishing a growth mindset, effectively differentiating for each student, and ensuring my students feel valued. A growth mindset is when a student moves from saying "I can't" to saying "I can't yet". I work with every student to ensure they feel capable of improving, even if it's their least favourite subject.
I am passionate about student-centred learning. I believe in the intelligence of every person and work with people's strengths. I understand that learning environments are not always set-up to work well for everyone's learning needs.
Understanding rather than memorising. By understanding a concept, the mind ends up remembering the points and the concept is more easily applied to other relevant concepts later on.
Animation is much more complex than it seems, learning the nuances of realistic movement and translating that into, basically rules for aestheic and art, is kind of hard to explain.
The best way to learn to draw or improve is to practise and experiment. I want to create a safe space for people to try new things, step out of their comfort zone, and learn about basic design principals in art.
I am currently doing my masters degree in Biotechnology at Australian National University. I love teaching and having been teaching biology and biotechnology for 5 years now. I believe in making students understand the subjects and being able to apply the principals of the subject.
Lesson structure is built to help students to master basic pencil drawing techniques. Students will be taught to understand the fundamental shapes of all things and, hence, by practicing will be able to draw any things in basic and medium level.
As far as teaching methods go, I structure my lessons around the needs of the students. I get to know you and how you best learn new information and with this I plan my lessons from a student-centred viewpoint. The more I know about your learning style, the more tailored my lessons will be to the student.
Since i am a child loving person, i feel more attached with their innocence and learning minds. They have sharp minds that can hone the skills easily in a proactive way. I do believe in learning things or doing things with having entertainments alongside. So, my inner instinct says that whatever you do, just enjoy it fully so that you can do things easily.
I primarily concentrate on building basic concepts and keep the students curious throughout the topic and end every session with a question arousing curiosity and critical thinking
My name is Gleb, I give math lessons to a wide range of students from high school to university's undergrads. I will help you to follow up your school or uni program and obtain new knowledge based on your current level.
* Cover core concepts which can be validated on all situations. Once the fundamentals are clear, difficult problems can be broken down in order to simplify solutions. *There are no mediocre questions, one should always know how to create a pathway for an optimum solution (minimising complexity and time constraints).
From my whole year of teaching experience, I firmly hold the notion that Teaching is Reducing: you help the students to filter the things that they do not need, to guide them away from what's wrong, and to direct them to what is the right.
My teaching is a very interactive approach where I use my students help to link topics and lessons. I found this method quite successful in making students remember for a longer time as their participation provides opportunity to learn and explore on their own with keen interest.
The key to learning science and maths is not being a genius - it is appreciating the underlying beauty of the ideas that are being presented, and hungering to dig deeper.
My method of teaching stems from my experience as a student at university for 6 years as well as working in laboratories under doctoral's, therefore I have found in my experience, I learned better when large blocks of information was disseminated into granular forms with real-life examples to correlate along with what I was expected to learn.
It is important to have individuals engaged in a topic, therefore my approach is to create plans around their interests to encourage participation. If I can have someone understand the basic concepts of something and relate it to something they are interested in, they are more likely to learn/ enjoy it.
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