My teaching method is see one, do one, teach one. Often I will show a student how to solve a problem, ask them to solve a similar problem by themselves and then show me how to solve it. My lessons often involve looking at homework problems, going through relevant theory and then working through exercises and problems.
I love math because the numbers have GREAT significance! Therefore, I would love to have students who are passionate about learning, to make a difference in their world with what they learn. With math, all it takes is PRACTICE so, there would be a teaching session, a practice session and an assessment session.
I base my lessons on the curriculum as set by the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) and the Perth Modern School Syllabus for the particular subjects I teach. It is my aim for the students to achieve the best possible mark they can.
It varies from student to student. I always start my lessons by having a quick chat with the student, just to see how they are. We then get into the content, using some games and other activities to help with the subject matter. We then finish off with a quick lesson review.
My teaching method is tackling students' problems and based the teaching program from it. It is of my top priority to adapt to students' needs and make the most out of their own potential. I emphasize on helping students have firm knowledge of the basis first and more advanced lessons will be accorded to the them.
My teaching method is mapping out all objectives that need to be met within a certain time frame and then systematically going over each objective according the child’s pace and needs. I am comfortable teaching from any textbook so long as I can make copies to plan what to do prior to the lessons.
I base my tutoring on a yearly plan which is broken down into a week- by- week progress report, this will have topics that are aimed to be completed and taught. This allows the student, parent and I to all be on the same page and understand the plan of action.This also ensures that the student and I will be able to come to the lesson with relevant questions and come prepared too.
1.Syllabus 2.Explain Concepts 3.Practice 4.Practice more My teaching style is straightforward and solutions I provide are concise. I am quite good at identifying a student's difficulty whether it be in their learning style or problem solving. My philosophy is keep it simple students.
Typically when tutoring students I cater to their individual learning style. I don't find going through homework very helpful as this is something the students should be doing anyway, however if they find they need help with a few questions in particular of course I am happy to help.
My tutoring classes are highly flexible and engaging as I tailor how and what I am teaching to what is required of my students. Typically, this would mean students would state what they are finding difficult or require more knowledge on and we would proceed to address these topics, often by examples.
During my tutor experience, I helped the students with their homework assignment. So, i prepared the question myself before i met the students and i let them do the work by themselves first. If they have any doubts or question they will call me or sometimes i approach them if they look confused with the question.
My teaching method depends on individuals' needs. Generally, I prefer demonstration and reflective strategies where I firstly explain the importance of given task, show all the steps to perform the task and then let the students solve the similar problems where they can learn from their own mistakes with my guidance.
I am a postgraduate student and I have learnt a lot through experience. My teaching method is simple, just to make the student understand the principle and then apply it in his daily life activities to remember. And until I make him/her learn, I will try various methodologies such as explaining in activity related way, story telling, visualizing by thoughts etc.
My teaching philosophy is that one size does not fit all. I will create an individualised learning program that is both engaging and relevant to the learning outcomes you are trying to achieve. My lessons will be meaningful and focused on the predetermined goals we have made together during our first meeting. My goal is to see my students improve and achieve their goals.
I prefer to organise my lessons with the student providing me material that needs attention and then working through the problem areas. I believe this is the most time effective method and where my help can be best used. Of course if the student has another preferred method i am more than happy to follow the style of learning they achieve best using.
As Mathematics Teacher, I found the importance of developing students’ Numeracy and Literacy skills as an important part of life skills and to address the Literacy and Numeracy priorities of the Department of Education’s policy and Classroom First Strategy for raising standards in Literacy and Numeracy. I began by identifying the learning needs of each student.
I am really enthusiastic about teaching skills and short-cuts to master the subjects of physics and mathematics. Having a good grasp of the basic concepts is really important to pursue a career in engineering science. Being a post-graduate student myself really gives me an advantage to have higher aptitude in the concerned field.
I have had two years of experience helping students with mastering high school concepts and know both the structure examiners require in responses and the tricks they can throw at you. I am able to teach a summary of what is being taught at school, help my students with their assessments, and provide work for them to do.
My approach to tutoring is identify weakness or gaps in understanding the subject matter. Lessons are then conducted in a participatory manner where the student does the work under guidance. These begin with very simple examples and progress to greater complexity. Students are also shown how to self check their work.
My teaching method is to calmly focus on the goal and break down those skills required to get you there into easily achievable steps that are tailored to the individual needs of the student and the timeline to completion. All I ask for is a student who can focus and wants to achieve something.
my teaching methods are face to face discussion, brainstorming, role-play, games related to topics, teacher demonstartion and students demonstration. find out the way which is more suitable for different categories students. My philosophy of teaching is that all children are unique and have a stimulating educational environment where they can grow physically, mentally, and socially.
I am an 18 year old Year 12 graduate from Hale School and my tutoring lessons are suited to any level of learning from Year 12 ATAR and below. My lessons will differ depending on the needs and knowledge of the student. I can teach pure content to help the student catch up or get ahead of their class.
I use various teaching strategies. The most rewarding strategy is to make the student believe that they can actually produce outstanding results. I personally believe that there is no such thing as being bad at maths. Everyone can succeed at maths and produce outstanding results.
Whenever a student is struggling Math, most of the problems is that they do not have a strong understanding of basic theories. I used to teach them basic understanding of topics, give tips of solving problems and repeat over and over until the type of question is fully understood to the student.
My teaching method is simple. Every student need to clearly understand the concept first, followed by basic examples to reinforce the understanding. Once the foundational concept is acquired, then top-up with more challenging questions/examples. I consider practical lessons more important that the theoretical leanings.
I do not have a set teaching methodology, and believe any tutor who does is damaging the chance of success for the student. I have tutored over 40 students for at least 6 months during their year 12 year, this means I have seen many different learning capabilities and have had to apply different teaching strategies.
I aim to assess weak points in a student's knowledge and skill set, so that I can focus on strengthening these areas. Once I have identified these areas I work through problems with students, ensuring that they understand them, before giving them problems to do on their own.
I focus on practicality. Theory is also extremely important yet as a student myself I've found to be more interested in studying a subject when it can be applied into the real world. Maths is tricky because of its complexity, yet once we can figure out how maths fits in with our little life, it is achievable. You will see a lot of examples, exercises, and brainstorms throughout the lesson.
My teaching is aimed to explain contents of chemistry in a non-confusing way that can be easily understood. I listen and adapt to the students way of understanding and mould my teachings around that. The lesson structure will be focused on helping you with things you don't know, and not going over unnecessary topics that are already understood by the student.
First and foremost, while the tutor provides as much assistance as he or she can, a large portion of the effort must also come from the student. This is why I believe that it is of utmost importance that the student be not only fully engaged in the learning process, but also feel excited and empowered when solving new problems.
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