To be accepting and supportive of my students to help them through the difficulties they face with understanding and DEEP empathy. I have lived it. We are all different but we have many things in common that help me relate to Autistic students in a major way. I REALLY want to help Autistics become the awesome people I know the majority of us are capable of.
Each student learns differently and I acknowledge this with different learning techniques to mature working memory, trigger recall, fill gaps in content knowledge and understand new concepts. I approach lessons with patience and work with each student to set a goal that they would like to achieve by the end of our session.
I am good at supporting individual children at home or in class in a positive way. If I can make it fun I will but the important thing is to get children to want to learn and not find it a chore. I believe everyone learns differently and it is a matter of finding what works for the individual so that they achieve and learn at their own pace.
I base my teaching practice on teaching to the students specific interests whilst ensuring links to the curriculum. If a student is interested in what they are learning they are more likely to connect and engage. I have had significant experience with students on the Austism Spectrum as well as other learning challenges. I have worked with over 10 students with ASD.
My teaching methodology is that each child is different so naturally they will learn in different ways too. I like to spend the time to get to know what makes each child tick and learn to the best of their ability.
My teaching philosophy is to allow a child to learn at his/her own pace and my job is to provide that encouraging environment, so the student does not feel pressurized. I don't aim at grades but in positive learning. Home is a comfortable place for any one and giving the student an opportunity to learn in his/her comfort zone can bring positive outcomes.
My teaching philosophy is centred around inclusion and the ability to reach high potentials. I have high but achievable expectations of students and find this gives students satisfaction when they complete a task. My lessons are geared towards students additional needs who like a fun and engaging environment.
I am very punctual and and organised while providing a client centred, creative approach. What works for one person doesn't always work for another. I try to make learning as fun as possible and offer lots of positive feedback. Happy to do homework or provide oral language therapy on the trampoline, in a cubby house, or at the park.
I keep trying different methods until I find a window of learning that works for the individual student. My preferred approach is to build a trusting relationship rapport with the student as a person, leading to rapport. Any child can learn when they feel safe, relaxed and motivated.
I use a very interactive style after providing key information and case studies. My focus is on co-morbidity and trauma.
I believe that every student is unique and that, as teachers, our role is to allow them to reach their maximum potential, functioning above par.
Co-operative, student- centred, democratic- the student should be given the ability to negotiate his learning. Problem posing, Active, and Reflective.
Hi I have a Diploma of Education Support I have a helped students through face to face using technology and worksheets.
I am an outgoing person and generally can understand easily where one student might be having difficulties in understanding concepts. I believe every student is unique and I have generally tailored my lesson based on the student which generally makes lesson enjoyable and learning very fun.
Hello, I offer tutors for kids with special needs or any primary school kid who needs extra support. I am 30 years old experienced special education teacher. I focus on building personal goals for my students and give right kind and amount of support them to achieve.My personal goal is to helping individuals to become independent.
Normally students come to me with areas in which they are struggling and I put together some notes and work sheets for them. We also go through other topics in the subject to make sure you're on top of everything.
My teaching method learning by doing. I have experienced teachers that would just make me read the slides and expect me to remember random equations, definitions, and theories out of nowhere. Firstly, I will gain an understanding on where your knowledge is at and build from there.
I believe in hands on learning and project based discovery. I focus on the child’s interests and strengths to assist their confidence and curiosity. I believe that every child has the right to learn and structure lessons to scaffold what they already know. Lessons are fun and engaging for the student which builds confidence in their own abilities.
I am a patient teacher and every lesson is set at the students learning pace. My lessons are tailored to fit each student. I can tutor across a number of subjects or focus on one in particular and will structure the lessons so that the student can get into a routine.
Oliver Delgaram-Nejad is an interdisciplinary (psycholinguistics) PGR at Manchester Metropolitan University. His PhD research examines the composite language and communication phenomena of schizophrenia, as relative to figurative language processing, using experimental psycholinguistic methods; his master's dissertation focused on paralinguistics: blended displays (i.e.
I do not follow a particular methodology. I adapt my lessons or sessions to the child needs so I use what I see it works for the child. I always tend to use multi-sensory approach since it works for both special needs and mainstream kids. I have created a Facebook page where I share articles and interesting facts for parents who like to be up to date with methodologies, research etc.
I am a qualified teacher of Secondary English who has the skill set, subject knowledge, patience and dedication to ensure my students develop and grow under my guidance. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English up to A-level - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a BA (Hons) in English and Drama from the University of Birmingham (2:1).
With 35 years' teaching experience, I have the expertise to help clients express themselves clearly and confidently. I offer support to people with Asperger Syndrome who need to improve spoken and written communication.
I am one of a small number of the UK's elite "career" tutors. I do not do tutoring on the side of another profession nor fit it in around other studies - it is my sole occupation and my passion.
Primary school support for partially disabled students, having myself a disabled child, which I have educated at home from kindergarten to high school.
My instructional methods are based on the same ABA (Applied Behavioural Analysis) techniques used in the classroom, depending on the needs of the student. Due to my work experience, I have a number of colleagues and resources to draw upon after an initial assessment of the students needs, in order to best serve them.
I work with students to see what their strengths and weaknesses are and I like to work with each student on an individual case by case basis as each student learns differently. I enjoy getting to know students likes and work them into my classes.
my best methods are being an ear for your problems and giving vocal and some academic support for those who struggle with dealing with school I can help you to try and incorporate in classes with methods that were taught to me in high school as well as my own personal coping mechanisms. I can help with self-confidence and try to mingle with the school environment.
I try to tailor my lessons to best fit students' individual learning styles, strengths, and interests. I like to work collaboratively with students and their families to ensure our lessons best reflect the students' needs with classwork, homework and tests.
My teaching methods will be based in part on diagnosis, in part via assessement of how well children can learn, strong and weak areas, teaching study skills and building on current strengths. Teaching methods are based around a variety of modalities (including Kinesthetic) and are solultion focused and aimed on positive growth.
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