I rotate between a few key teach methods, depending on what works best for the student, as I know that each person has a unique learning style. For example, I may use a listen and scribe approach or a learning by doing approach, etc.
I think that flexibility is the key. Me, as a teacher, try to help my students to create a clear vision and facilitate their learning by showing the relevance of the material and helping them whenever is necessary. I believe that it is crucial to provide to students the “big picture” and how important what they are being taught is, because I think they will likely be more motivated to learn.
I love to talk with different people and enjoy being the one who listens to people's stories. In teaching, I found that communications are always critical in improving students' understanding of the subject, so I would recommend students to speak out every doubts they have so that we can work it out together.
I follow the learner-centred approach with my students. I will depend on the student's skills and background to connect the abstract concepts into his or her real-life experience. Thus, Math will be fun for the students, and they will like it.
My teaching methodology is to first understand the learning pattern and knowledge of the student in the subject and then adapt my teaching style to best suit their needs. I am very flexible and patient with my students and know how to get the best out of them.
I've been teaching engineering as a teaching assistant and adjunct university professor for over 10 years. I pride myself on my enthusiasm, patience, and ability to teach topics to students with various levels of understanding.
I believe every individual is different and this reflects in how we learn, hence I like to approach teaching based on what works best for a student. This requires getting to know and understand the student and building a relationship. I intend to help students through middle and high school excel in their mathematics and understand the fundamentals so well they can also teach others.
Students depend on tutors as a crucial resource in their success, so I take my role as a tutor very seriously. However, I still make my lessons fun and stimulating! My teaching is guided by three main principles. First, I always consider the perspective of the student I'm working with.
I will try to break the complex solutions into much basic solutions and try to teach them. I will also make sure to give you plenty of different approaches so you can be comfortable on which style you would like to learn.
I prefer to adapt my style and technique based on the audience. Depending on their level of understanding I prefer to use the break-down approach towards solving a problem. Creating sub-queries and visualizing the problem helps in better understanding and thereby makes the solution derivation all the more simpler.
I am a Mathematician with a PhD in Applied Mathematics. I am a programmer for about 10 years. I have a valuable teaching experience in college level Math, from PreCalculus to Differential Equations. I am also expert in private tutoring in middle and high school Math.
I teach the content with examples to that learning becomes easy.I dont focus on book excercises i like to provide practical examples for better understanding.I try to understand problems,help in friendly manner and repeat the contents when i came to know it can not be grasped in one turn.
My teaching methods are very simple and unique. I give a unique approach for every problem. I make the students to approach the problems in a unique way and make them to get solutions accurately.I start teaching with the basic math skills which will help them in competitive exams,additionally i teach aptitude.
I like to get together with a student for at least one session before deciding our plan of attack. I need to find out where the student is at in their studies and how well the can grasp and understand what I am saying. Once that is established, we make a plan for the student to succeed.
i believe to tech the subject from basic so that students can apply the basic of subject in solving the complex problems. i try to understand the weak point of student and try to overcome it with best way.
Math is a fun .I always teach my students how to enjoy it by letting them know easiest ways to do it.Some of the compels problem are not complex and there are shortcuts to do them.
First, we will summarize theory aspects related to the topic at hand. Next, will move on to more practical applications-such as problem solving. I feel that this is the more efficient technique to implement when trying to master a subject.
I break down the concept and explain them in relation with the real world so it becomes easy to grasp and becomes hard to forget
My teaching method is very simple and innovative. Firstly, I like to understand the student and his/her level of knowledge then i start teaching accordingly. I like to maintain a friendly environment. I focused more on the concepts than the end result.
My teaching methods include dealing with different questions in different ways. I believe in proving a fact or a theory because in this way it will remain in my students' mind for a long time. I do believe in hard work and practice mostly in math and physics. I will always try to be patient and flexible while I am teaching.
My methods include: Covering content from the ground up, letting you solve the problem with a gentle shove, and making sure you understand concepts fully. I'm a patient individual, and my goal is to see you learn. I believe I'd be best able to teach students algebra, pre-calculus and calculus. I'm also very good at teaching computer languages such as Java, C, Python, Haskell and Prolog.
My teaching method is simply communication, I tend to ask students step by step questions to get a better understanding of their learning curve. A typical class would include more my questions than student's but would end in me understanding student and student understanding subject.
I base my classes purely upon the specific needs of students. As a person who needs logic to back up my ideas, I try and include a lot of logical reasoning based problems loaded with little tips and tricks. I am multilingual and can converse in Hindi and Punjabi too.
Nothing can be taught but everything can be learnt Education is a self-discovery process which transforms the way an individual think and act forever. I engage students in discussion to change their thinking and articulation rather than merely broadcast course contents to memorize and recall in examination. I energize their curiosity and critical thinking through active dialogues.
I give my students a deep understanding of the subject, I let them find their own solution to the problem, that helps them think outside the box. During my typical class, I give a theoretical base, answer questions and then we start solving problems.
My teaching method is to do the problems together and help you go step by step as slowly as needed till you understand the problems. By doing so I feel that there is a stronger chance of learning growth and understanding the section of math that we will be doing so that you can look back on it after we are done.
Key to learning anything is REVISION. And the entire point of learning is to develop a SKILL. I customize the structure of the classes as per each individual student. But, I ensure that at the beginning of each class there is a revision section and at the end, a critical skill is polished.
Math is simple and anyone can answer any questions with small steps. I don't get bothered re-explaining the same question and the same step many times. I have explained lessons through google classroom, what's up and Skype.
My teaching is flexible according to the student and I make sure that each and every student in the class understand the topic. I love mathematics so I encourage students to create the student interest in mathematics and make them understand.
Paying attention to more sources of methodology and combinations of numbers and graphs, I rebuild your brain too often with a habit of conceiving a shortcut to a complicated problems as well, then you measure your feeling of Mathmatical grace as more unexpected successes are coming...
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