I approach tutorial sessions by beginning at the root of the topic and building up skills to perform assessment tasks with the utmost understanding of the content. Each tutorial session is designed to the client, their level of understanding and circumstances regarding the subject at school.
My teaching method is patient explanation of the concepts, with lots of concrete examples and case studies. I often use diagrams to help explain ideas. Memorable stories and examples are often used too.
I have always been convinced on the benefits of both problem-based learning or any other method which works on the analytical skills of the students rather than the mere passing of information. This is why I prefer to engage with students in a conversation more than proper lecturing.
I believe and utilise the pedagogy of 'Students as Partners' in my teaching and learning practice. What this means is that I will work with you in an open and dynamic way seeking to break down the popular didactic power relationships typically embedded in teaching in order to better grasp and fulfil the unique requirements of each student.
I tailor my classes to the curriculum of every individual student, working on the key skills and constantly referring to the rubric and criteria.
Each tutoring session is entirely flexible to the student's needs, strengths and weaknesses. Each lesson is tailored to the student's level of ability and interest in the subject, taking into account the individuality of both the student and their learning style.
Believing that students are the solution and have the answers that others seek rather than a problem that needs to be addressed is the main foundation in the way I would tutor.
I HAVE A DIALECTIC APPROACH METHOD TO TEACHING WHICH IS ALLOWING EACH STUDENT TO DEVELOP THEIR INNER POTENTIALS.
Diogenes believed in living by his own rules. He didn’t believe in toilets, partially because toilets weren’t invented yet, but mostly because he lived in a barrel.
I recently graduated high school with four separate certificates awarded to me for my knowledge and dedication to philosophy. I am looking for students who need a little help in learning philosophy and are willing to put in the effort to further their knowledge.
My name's Nam and I'm currently studying a masters in teaching. My curriculum for each student would vary due to the fact that not every student seeks a tutor for the same reason. For students looking to improve their knowledge, I would provide extracurricular tasks as well as revise their current workload with them.
I am offering Philosophy lessons in person or online for half an hour or an hour. While helping students through their course material, I hope to share with them my passion for Philosophy and inspire them to see the value Philosophical thinking holds in all areas of life.
Hello! My name is Ben. I can help you with all things philosophy-related. As a tutor, I can offer any of the following: - The clarification of specialised topics and concepts in philosophy. (Including: ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of language, formal logic, philosophy of mind) - Strategies for clear, concise and structured essay writing.
My methodology is that we need to target your learning style and peak your interest. Each individual has a different way of learning and absorbing information, by knowing which learning style works best for you success will come much easier.
Every year, I take on about 10-15 students and really focus and work with them to get them the best results possible. This is across a range of subjects and age groups, some come to me for regular classes, others for assessment and homework help and others again just around the busy exam period. These students get access to top, exclusive resources and constant support.
My teaching method is to guarantee that at every point of the course, the student has understood the higher aim of what he is leaning. I am a big fan of every day examples and I don't think that pure theory is well-adapted to understand thoughts.
My lessons will aim to be as engaging as possible. History in particular can be quite boring at times, so I intend on making them as fun as possible. Because History is a fantastic subject and a great skill to have! My lessons will tailor to the area best suitable to the students wants, and will aim to uncover all social and political problems that surrounded that significant time in History.
My teaching is based on the VCE course, recently updated, as well as including my own case studies and knowledge to give students unique information that will make assessors impressed. Having been in students shoes 12 months ago I have relevant experience as well as new knowledge which will be shared in relation to their needs within Geography.
My teaching method is based on building blocks. I.E. getting the students to build on what they already know and use that as a model for new concepts. This way the content/knowledge is firmly ingrained. I also get the students to repeat new concepts back to me in a clear and succinct manner as a further way of ensuring that the knowledge is embedded.
I try to teach my students independent thinking in the subjects I teach, rather than inundating them with loads of information. To achieve this, I encourage them to participate in the classes and be brave and express their views eloquently.
My teaching methodology is full of rewarding excellence in learning so that the student will be encouraged and want to learn as much as possible. I hope to pass on my passion for learning as I found myself interested in all types of subject and keen to pursue everything.
I base my teaching on the individual and shape my lessons and teaching style in a way that makes individuals understand the subjects the fastest. No matter what kind of learning style you prefer, we'll find one that works for you.
My teaching method is to get students to understand some of the more difficult concepts which are approached in philosophy. I will help students write up an essay plan, as well as help them construct arguments. I prefer to read materials that the student is working with so that I can engage them with their ideas properly.
I believe the easiest way to understand something is to develop a passion for it. Therefor it is my job to make the content you need to learn something you're also interested in and at the very least something you can relate to.
I approach each class individually - focussing on particular areas where the student is finding something difficult. I then aim to approach the topic in a different way, perhaps using other examples to explain the idea than have previously been presented. I then like to see the student apply the theory in order to ensure they truly understand.
I am guided by the requirements of the student. As a lawyer, of course, I am able to take a highly structured approach to assist learning, but don't find it useful to force square pegs to fit in round holes. I support the student to identify what their goal is and to plan a strategy to achieve it.
intuition, listening and watching to the students needs. I study and read every time to get in touch with the most accurate way to reach each student singularity. I worship authentic interest in learning, and take care curiosity doesn't get spoiled.
My aim is to enhance the student's ability to understand and develop their own area of study. This is done by exploring the requirements of a student's particular syllabus, and then structuring the subject matter into easily defined components. The lesson structure would be based on particular modules of study relevant to each student.
My teaching will adapt to each students needs. For instance, a lesson structured around learning a new topic will contain an overview of the subject, the main studies that support and challenge and the application of PEEL to forming a successful essay. For improvements in grammar and structure, I will take a piece of a students work and breakdown where the short falls are.
My teaching method is to take what you are required to learn, and break your assessment takes down into easier to manage chunks - I then spend time explaining them in a simple way, and tailor lessons to different learning types.
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