My methodology is simple- the more you try to understand the more you remember. Biology is a very factual based subject. There are toomany things to remember and so understanding how things work and having regular tests is the best way you do well. Besides regular tests would help a student to score more as they see different types of questions often being asked to them.
I follow a student centric approach during the session. I create situations to develop confidence and problem solving skills among the students. My sessions are interactive and we try and build relationships over the class. I like to form groups and give them a common problem to help them work as a team and bond over the topic.
My teaching methods are systematic.i simplify biology so that it can be understood better than crammming.
My teaching methodology is based largely on both the Ontario and International Baccalaureate curriculums. I put the needs of my students first, where they direct the topics we spend time on. I work closely with you to determine where you need to spend the most time and then target those areas. Preparing for an exam? I have a lot of experience working with students on exam-preparation.
I am very flexible with the ways I teach, I'd like to use visuals and acronyms to make learning more enjoyable and easier. I am able to teach biology in every level. I will always start with basic knowledge to more specific details. I like to review material in the past to make sure they have been correctly thought. I do sample questions and quizzes to make students ready for their tests.
I believe that there is no one way to teach all students. Every student comes from a different learning background, and requires tutoring in a different way.
I have approached tutoring the past with both direct teaching and Socratic methods. I have worked in a peer tutoring setting at Western University to help others with specific homework problems or with the development of note-taking/study skills.
My methods are based upon the inclusion and participation of the students by using problem based learning. The participation of the student and the working on their weakness in order to match their strengths is a major goal I will try to achieve.
I would like to teach students according to the way they learn best. Because of the vast array of different learning styles, it will be a combination of pictures, explaining, discussions, reading, and activities so that they really get a good understanding of the subject.
I approach every subject with enthusiasm and curiosity. I am interested in making sense of a subject and applying it to life, breaking down concepts and analyzing them and using it to paint a broad picture of a subject. My expertise is working with students in grades 7 and 8.
My teaching strategy is focused on finding what works best for YOU specifically. I like to work closely with students to find out what method best works for them to understand concepts better. I like to visualize a lot and use diagrams, as well as break down concepts. I also like to use a lot of practice, since I believe this is the best way to learn.
My teaching methods vary with the students I have to teach.
A typical session would start with going through the content you do understand, and then content that you don't. I would then teach you concepts that you find hard to understand, so that you can later apply those concepts in your studies.
My methods of teaching involve setting goals and meeting the expectation of the students and their parents. My goal is to satisfy your academic goals and as long as you are willing, we will strive for your goals. As well, my teaching style is very fluid, if you need additional motivation, I can support you in that way and if you need encouragement, I can do that as well.
I base my methodology on how my student BEST learns concepts and according to their preference, whether it is through visual (spatial) aural (auditory), verbal (linguistic) or physical (kinaesthetic) learning and I use these methods in the most organized and engaging way possible.
My methodology will vary from student to student based on their academic needs. Classes will either be structured by body region, organ system, or will simply be Q&A sessions depending on what the student needs at the time. I will make use of visual aids either from my own resources or from the student's resources (textbooks, etc.
In my classes I prefer to incorporate hands on learning when applicable. When that lacks I like to help to create a network of ideas to improve recall of subject details and improve problem solving skills. In order to do this I typically bring concepts down to a real world metaphor, or funny comparison to help students remember these concepts.
Flexibility, fun and application. We all learn best at different times of the day, year or even life time. Learning should not be a chore it should be embraced and anticipated with excitement. Learning should have meaning and I consistently apply real life examples and subject matter together.
I approach science with an open mind and moderate structure. It is important to understand every student has preferences and I aim to work with those preferences (ie. more focus on hands on) to achieve the best result. I prefer to tailor each tutoring session to how the student would like it to be including delivery method, comfort level, and how long they wish for the session to be.
As biology is the study of life, I like to use examples from real life to help students understand the material they are studying. I am committed to helping students really absorb and love what they are studying rather than simply memorizing material.
Every subject has its own concepts and logics. I always try to clear those logics and concepts. My teaching is always based on concepts.I always teach or provide training on the individual level. Even I use some teaching aids to clear the concepts.
I'm very flexible with timing. Based on my many hours of peer tutoring, while I was an undergrad, I believe that good tutoring is based on clarity, repetition, and enthusiasm while teaching. My job is to not only teach the basic fundamentals of Biology, but also helps students gain a passion for the subject.
As biology is such a large subject I would allow the high school students I tutor to work at their own pace allowing them to fully absorb the information I am assisting them with, while insuring they get through all the material.
My skill to help students during one-to-one sessions rests mainly on two approaches and perspectives. The first one is to apply all the experience and knowledge I gained while teaching large groups in the classroom and grading their homework and exams.
My teaching methods are adapted to the learner. I try to make references to something your interested in to help with memory recall. I believe in repetition of concepts to really understand the material and I try to incorporate videos when possible. I don't think there is one right way to learn.
I teach with an aim to make the student understand the whys and hows of the subject, apply knowledge to practical aspects of life and encourage independent thinking. Teaching gives me great joy because I know the impact a good teacher can make in someone's life. I teach Science to Elementary and High School children. I also teach medical subjects to university students.
I teach my students by asking them what topics in science they struggle with to develop fun and creative ways to review the subject matter. My goal is to help you develop an understanding of the topic, if one method doesn't work I will try another using a variety of resources to help my students develop a better understanding of the material.
My teaching methods are illustration through examples ,videos and diagram. I tend to illustrate and explain topics by bringing the scientific ideas with life examples which makes students remember the lessons through their whole lifes. Using menomonics as well for some points where the student can list the items by remembering just one word in no time.
My method of teaching is through constructivist teaching methods that embrace subsets of alternative teaching styles, including modeling, coaching, and test preparation through rubrics scaffolding. All of these are designed to promote student participation and necessitate a hybrid approach to teaching.
I like to base my tutoring on textual, visual, and kinesthetic learning methods, to offer a variety of ways to learn, as we all learn differently. I also like to include practical application of lessons to solidify key concepts into the mind of my students.
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