My methods encourage 'human-centred design' as a style of considering the end user of any product, idea, or process required. This is valuable for geography when considering the context of how and why world events impact the global community politically, socially, creatively, and economically.
My teaching methods entirely depend on the student. I am incredibly adaptable and will find a means of teaching that best suits your own personal learning abilities. I have been a student and understand that one method of learning does not apply to everyone.
My teaching methods are dependant on the student, I prefer individual interaction because it lets me gage how the person learns.
I have an extensive teaching experience of World Cinema, History of European Cinema, Russian Language and Russian Literature of XIX century from the time I was a student at McGill University. Close collaboration with the leading scholars and equally great teachers such as Michael Cowan, Ara Osterweil, Anna Berman and Laura Beraha laid solid foundation for my unique pedagogical approach.
I am here to assist you with time management, in the navigation of course materials, and in improving your writing skills.
A motivated, detailed and professional individual seeking a teaching position in the art world, which will utilize creative and multitasking skills developed through my involvement in the entertainment industry. Over the years, I have successfully combined studies in Art History while working in a touring environment, giving me the ability to demonstrate that I am highly adaptable.
My classes are designed both to help students with specific problems and to give them general knowledge on the subjects at hand. A typical class would go over subjects being learned, have a questions and speaking period, and then have time for homework.
I am very structured and organized myself. But I like to create a structure based on each students needs. So together we initially address their goals and learning styles and together create a style that we will follow through the remainder of our lessons. I understand that learning can be very difficult and that each student may need different needs met.
A teaching method I use is that I put concepts into basic language and use relatable cultural references to explain complex ideas. My classes are meant for students in university who need a boost from an experienced former student. A typical class would potentially look like going over a larger text and breaking it down into main themes and ideas to extrapolate from.
My teaching methods are directed by the desire to teach from all angles in order to help my students learn the material as well as feel confident in their knowledge. A typical class would be structured around open dialogue as well as mastering the content.
As a creative mind myself, I like to take a creative approach to my classes, and I am extremely flexible and happy to cater to my student's individual learning styles! I enjoy finding the humour in situations, and I am openly supportive of marginalized communities. I have the most experience working with high school-aged students but I am more than willing to take on students of all ages.
I do most of my tutoring over the phone, with face cam or online . However, I am willing to meet in person if you wish. My lessons tend to be more for those who are in high school or junior high.
I teach with making history entertaining and interesting. I create historical tours for the public during the summer so I zone in on the facts and mix it with humour to get the points across. Kids learn information without realizing it and laugh all through their research! Resources are utilized such as online, books, going to the archives building, library, newspapers etc.
According to the Ontario curriculum, teachers must work with students to complete curriculum requirements while developing accurate methods of assessment and evaluation of the students’ learning. It is imperative that educators provide an encouraging and engaging environment to their students through a variety of eclectic learning opportunities and teaching approaches.
I offer individual teaching plans based on the needs of the student. Learning outcomes include: How to interpret source material, proper academic writing techniques, how to conduct research, editing and proofreading skills, constructing a compelling thesis, and meeting assignment deadlines.
History is often the bane of many students existence, simply because they have been taught it in an outdated format. I teach history like a story, focusing on major themes and actors rather then dates.
My teaching methods are the mixture off all my skills. I teach theory and experience and immediate application. The best way to learn is when you see your own capability.
I have a lots of patience,punctual and always understand the desire of the student because in this age, teacher create a future of the student. In modern era I prefer to use tech aids for teaching which create a interest and attraction about study.
We are an association of three independent professors: Professor graduate of Fine Arts in Paris, DPLG Architect, Associate Professor of Philosophy. We prepare students Terminale Students and the Grandes Ecoles architecture, helping them realize their folder (cover letter, CV, film analysis, Malaquais test, artistic book), to train in writing ( from the Annals) and oral.
I prepare the tray (artistic undermined), licensing and design as well as Masters competition of design and architecture arts schools (ENSAD: 4 admitted Beaux Arts in Paris: 1 admitted ENSArchitecture Paris-Belleville 2 allowed) and other formations requiring a strong cultural and artistic baggage.
Through an initial meeting of the needs of the student and the state of his knowledge, I establish with him a program of meetings necessary to lead him to his learning objective in the shortest possible time. Also available at home meetings or via video call.
My methodology: an update on the expectations of the exam and especially a lot of practice! I will give you a paper and invite you to work on it for 5 hours. This will clear the issues and provide you with valuable tips to stop making mistakes.
I try to change my method of teaching according to student's needs. Generally, I prefer to involve the student in the subject, by trying to let them explain what they get about it. I want them to explain me the topic they had to study to be sure they completely understand it.
For the social science learning it is essential to show your most fun part and look for a nexus of implication between the student and the subject. Because of this, I look for my classes to be much more dynamic and entertaining than traditional classes, making students feel motivated in learning. For this I use technological resources such as Power Point, audiovisual resources, gamifications, etc.
My approach to teaching is derived from my ability to communicate well with my students. I do my best to differentiate how I deliver content based on how my students learn most effectively. I always ensure that whoever I am helping has a full understanding of the content before moving on to the next stage, and that the information being delivered is relevant and relatable for them personally.
History is not just a recitation of facts but also about enjoyment, in my classes we will read and complete given tasks but also engage with questioning types of sources and prevailing narratives. In this way any student will be prepared for whatever tests they will be taking as part of their education.
In the initial meeting, I will make notes of every concern a student has about a subject area. I will then make a ‘plan of action’ for the following sessions with the student, to tackle each concern in as much depth as necessary. These concerns may include struggling to write essays in keeping with the times in an exam.
I am a truly enthusiastic individual with a love for students and teaching, diligent and self-motivated. One of my greatest strengths as an educator is inspiring students, increase their motivation and helping them reach their full potentials. I help them grow beyond the evaluation process to become successful in both education and life, while maintaining a warm and creative approach.
Hello, I'm Julia Jane, a London based full time Arts Educator. I'm a highly experienced, positive and encouraging tutor. My teaching qualification is a Diploma in Adult Education & Training. The levels that I tutor at are GCSE, A-level, BA, MA and Post Graduate. Subjects are Art & Design, Fine Art and History of Art with a specialism in 19th and 20th century art.
There is no single method for ALL students. Each apprentice advances at his own pace and in his own way so I take the time to do a learning check before finding a suitable and appropriate way for the student to learn and UNDERSTAND.
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