English is highly subjective, and requires development of ideas and opinions rather than clear-cut answers. For this reason, my objective is to empower students to think through and present their ideas with confidence and clarity.
I understand that everyone is an individual and learns at their own pace. It is important to be patient and supportive. I like to provide my students with notes they can use to prepare and base their study on.
My teaching methods are based on evidence-based techniques that are widely used in high schools across Sydney. Each lesson provides core activities that are delivered with supporting or extension variants to mold to the student's learning profile.
My teaching method is instructional conversation. Rather than just telling children information they need to know, i prefer to allow them to question and discuss their thought processes, allowing them to organically learn. I want to provide an engaging learning environment for children which makes them interested in learning.
My teaching method is pretty laidback, and is geared towards high school and uni students. I structure sessions based around YOU. We'll figure out what areas you need help in the most, and we will focus on those more.
I'm a very upbeat tutor who believes that learning is best done interactively, such as through role performances, discussions and reflections (with yourself and the environment that shapes our understanding). As someone who has done literature, I found that learning Literature through high school alone can be quite intimidating because the method of teaching is very one sided.
I am 18 years old and am geared towards teaching and supporting Highschool students who are struggling with assessment, especially in their senior years. My lesson structure focuses on preparing students for exams, assignments and general assessments, both through providing feedback on drafts as well as providing general support and guidance in completing assessment and homework.
My classes are run focused on enthusiasm and fun! I am a bubbly, enthusiastic person and my classes reflect that. I'm looking for students that are as excited to learn as I am to teach.
My degree requires me to learn everything there is to know about writing and how to edit other people's work effectively.
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.
My teaching method is based on positive reinforcement and encouragement paired with practical assistance and proven study strategies. My aim is to provide guidance, increase students' sense of accomplishment and overall capability, provide structure to study activities and keep learning tasks engaging in order to unlock potential.
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 to ascertain what a student knows before attempting to teach new concepts. I look for creative ways to assist my students to remember important information. I use the arts to enhance my teachings such as visual aids and music. My engaging personality makes my students at ease and encourages great results.
I am outgoing, friendly lessons were for students years behind in education. I have rarely had to structure a lesson plan that was the teachers job. Teaching methods - simplicity promotes understanding.
My lessons benefit students actively looking to improve themselves in their given subject field, and with a passion and genuine interest in the subject. Private sessions offer the best experience as it means I'll have more time to interact with the student one on one. Workload will vary depending on the student.
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.
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.
Through studying education as well as working with children for over 4 years I have found many different methods I find successful in teaching children. I consider the relationship between the child and myself of the most important, and aim to build trust so that students feel comfortable sharing their work and struggles with me.
I hold flexible lessons based on each student's needs. With writing, I look to help my students find their own personal voice while polishing their work. With literature, I look to facilitate my students with fleshing out their own ideas.
I approach my teaching method by making sure my students are comfortable with me and have them explain to me what it is they would like for me to teach them. From there, I like to communicate with the student and create a lesson plan to follow where I will thoroughly teach them the skills necessary to improve in all aspects of English and help them further their marks in the subject.
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.
' Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel'. - Socrates. To my mind, education and the pursuit of knowledge is the means by which an individual can attain genuine autonomy, liberating them to determine the shape of their own destiny. With this in mind, in teaching students, I aim to enlighten and inspire, rather than enforce instruction.
My teaching methods are discussion-based. Together, we work through the problem from the simplest point, unraveling complex essay questions or getting started on that giant pile of exam revision. I prefer to get to know my students, and adapt to what they need. I can work with anyone from Year 4 on wards. Simply put, I ask the right questions so they can come to the conclusion themselves.
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 comprises of teaching children in a fun manner that develops critical thinking. Learning should be a fun, enjoyable process that engages both student and teacher. I don't believe in getting children to remember facts to simply recite back.
Evidence based programs that are supported by Dyslexia Speld and Learning Difficulties Associations Synthetic phonics programs for improved spelling, reading and comprehension Vocabulary development Recommended Writing strategies Step by step mathematics instruction and techniques for students that have a specific disability in mathematics such as dyscalculia
My teaching method depends 100% on the learner. One-on-one tutoring gives a unique opportunity to adapt teaching style over time. In my previous work in Special Education, each of my dyslexic students learned differently. For some, I would display an algebra problem as visual blocks, for others I would take a step-by-step classic approach.
I believe in face to face teaching/one-on-one approach rather than online methods. I feel this would give a more personal touch and get to know people very well. Feel free to approach me with any queries you may have. Your smile is my satisfaction.
I have a very active and energetic teaching methodology. For me it isn't about what you're teaching but who you are teaching, believing that each individual learns and interacts differently depending on their best ability to learn. I am quite a visual learner myself, so my teaching will reflect this. However, I like to get to know an individual before deciding what is best for their learning.
Hello! I am Jizelle White and I have been a teacher for over 5 years. My teaching method is based on supportive instruction and constructive feedback. I believe the best teaching relationships are based on respect and encouragement.
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