My teaching method is to start from the basics and build a strong foundation, then slowly build on it to ensure there are not any gaps in knowledge. I believe in simplifying learning and teaching it at the correct level as to not overwhelm students and so they can understand it. I believe in doing assessments, teaching then assessing the learning to ensure I am teaching at the correct level.
I always teach with live example. Prepare myself with all necessary information before projecting to the students. Take notes from different areas and put together in a simplified format and make students easy to understand. Will make each and every student to get involved during coaching.
My teaching methods are simple and straight forward. I prefer not more than 3 students in the group so i can dedicate my energy to all the students.
My prefered teaching method to understand the student problem and guilde it through how the soleve that problem. I also try to motivate the student how to use their time in a correct way so that they can get more productivaty from their lesson.
My teaching method varies as per the student as One size doesn't fit all. I try to make an agenda of how to cover the syllabus so nothing is left last minute and you get enough time to revise as well.
I start my teaching by first providing a few questions on the topic to see where the student stands in terms of his/her knowledge and understanding of the topic. From there, we build on the foundation and tackle the obstacles of both basic and advanced questions to achieve the desired results.
Every student learns differently. So, during the first lesson I try to get a better understanding of which method works best. But usually the lesson will be based on what they are learning at school, and I try to help them get a better understanding of the topic. By doing so, I can build on this knowledge and allow them to go ahead of the schoolwork so that they will find it easier at school.
Since I teach mathematics, I would like my teaching sessions to more about problem solving. I have noticed that each student needs to paid attention according to their strengths and weaknesses in the subject.
My teaching method is to approach each topic with much practical correlation, so I can create student's interests in the subject. Due to my engineering experience, I always correlate how a particular subject applies in practical aspects and give examples. Due to my keen interest in teaching I always try to find innovative ways to create strong focus on the subject.
I have two teaching options for the students. (1) Student come to me and work with me on specific problems they have.
I am a friendly person who has worked in corporate for 3 years and also taught students and younger siblings. My teaching method is focused on making concepts clear theoretically and making them understand with practical examples as much as possible. Maths is all about making kids friendly with the concepts as I was to make it interesting to study.
I am usually pretty flexible in regards to if the student wants to do their work/ similar work they are doing at school or if they just want me to bring work to do. Sometimes we do a bit of both.
I choose topic by topic and once after explaining the problems, I used to give two problems to everyone on the same topic to solve and checking and solving the mistakes thoroughly. For chemistry if it is organic chemistry, I used to give formulas and I used explain the bondings.
From my experience, difficulties in understanding sciences come from a confused understanding of basic definitions. So I think it is important first to make sure that the student knows proper definitions. This can be done by asking simple questions that would point out the possible confusions. Defintions may be abstract though, so they must be related to simple exercises in order to make sense.
Well I’ve got these teaching methods which allows students to engage with a particular topic in a way that they find really amazing. I don’t just teach a subject,I teach them the ways to approach the art of learning.
In my lessons, I like to follow the curriculums set by the students' respective schools in order to prepare them for the upcoming topics, and provide regular updates to their parents/caretakers to allow for a better understanding of the students' progress.
My teaching methodology is pretty simple and understandable. Lesson structure might have a lot of solved and unsolved examples. My teaching method is very straight forward.
My lessons are geared towards helping students better understand maths fundamentals so that maths becomes less stressful. I typically use materials from their teachers (quizzes/notes/textbooks) and go through them to make sure we hit all the right content. Along the way I share techniques that I find helpful, or that have helped other students I have tutored.
I attempt to guide my students towards the correct solution - rather than simply giving an answer, I steer students to reach their own conclusion. This allows for not only a sense of accomplishment, but develops a problem solving mindset which is applicable to problems in a range of other subjects.
My teaching method is based on simplicity. I love to start from the very roots of the subject, as I have a strong belief that in order to understand any part of a topic, you must first completely understand the fundamentals.
Learning equations by rote might mean you pass an exam but it won't let you understand how and why those equations work. It doesn't tell you anything about how those ideas were discovered or how to apply your knowledge in any other context.
I believe in building problem-solving and critical thinking acumen and not in just memorization. After all we must learn to enjoy and apply the understanding of the subjects we are learning.
I prefer one on one sessions since it allows me to give students individual attention and focus on their weaknesses. I try to figure out where my students are lacking and work on those respective areas. My teaching methods involve lectures and assessments.
I like to teach in a way that’s different from the classroom. I do a free consultation with every student with a short quiz to assess their learning style, and then we implement this in sessions.
I aim to teach students currently in either junior school or high school who are struggling to get the grades they want in Maths. When tutoring I go over the content that the student is currently studying in class and pinpoint what areas they are struggling in so we can focus on learning that which is not something that is always available in classes.
As a PhD student, I can understand that the method of teaching is one of the keys to success. The method of teaching is one to one — an opposite as group study to build the student team workability.
My teaching method is initially a short lecture and then discussive. I will ask the student to provide a topic with which they are struggling with or a concept that requires clarification before the class. I will then prepare a concise presentation of what i believe to be the main learning objectives and concepts.
For scientific subjects, I find the understanding of the lesson is the basis for success. We'll deepen the student understanding through concrete examples, and working on his/her ability to demonstrate the lesson keypoints, rather than learning by heart and forgetting asap. For culture and linguistic subjects, we will pick a topic you like and go from there.
I ADOPT MY TEACHING TO THE LEVEL OF STUDENTS. AT PRIMARY OR HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL, I ADOPT STUDENT-CENTRED APPROACH. BASICALLY, I FACILITATE STUDENT LEARNING AND OVERALL COMPREHENSION OF TEACHING MATERIALS. I CONSTANTLY MEASURE STUDENT PERFORMANCE THROUGH PERSONAL AND GROUP EXERCISE.
Identify student’s weakness, strength and learning styles and develop tailored lessons focused on results. Teach students basic concepts and help them master problem solving skills through practice. Student’s understanding of basic concepts is the key to developing their problem solving skills.
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