my teaching methods are very versatile. I go for group teaching or one on one teaching. i have flexible hours. i go according to the convenience of students. I try to explain with maximum examples. I related the subject with general terms so that it is easy for students to grasp the subject.
I prefer teaching with chalk-board rather than a power point. It is because I like to draw, move around the class and explain with flow charts etc. I believe it gives me more freedom in communicating the knowledge to the receiver. I usually have hand-written notes of myself, so I can explain the concept in step-wise manner.
I try to cater to each individual's learning strengths, which I can usually pick up on during the first tutoring session. I am happy to tutor people of all ages, from high school to undergraduate classes to people who simply want to improve their French.
My teaching methods are to clear basic concepts first and then proceeding further as it allows a better understanding of every concept. A typical class for me would be either online or live class in an environment with minimal disturbance so that my students can focus completely.
The way I teach others vary from person to person, as each individual must be catered towards their best method of learning. I spent several years working in the field of hospitality, alongside my academic career, which enables myself to effectively communicate with students on a wide spectrum.
My techniques are based on explaining difficult topics with a lot of examples from ordinary life. It makes easier to understand. Also I can easily find a common language with a student. First of all, my class is based on student's desires.
I am a hands on teacher, who loves to ensure that all my students are on the same page. I like to include a practical aspect to my classes so as to ensure the students get the practice they need for the subject being taught. I like my classes to be engaging and participatory and a safe place for students to respond to and ask questions.
My teaching methods are systematic.i simplify biology so that it can be understood better than crammming.
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 teaching methods include a multi-faceted approach focusing on visual and verbal learning, using diagrams and demonstrations to allow students to reach the best understanding they can. I use real life examples and 'fun facts!' to keep students engaged and interested in their subject.
If you need help with an assignment, please provide me with a copy of it at least two days before the lesson. Otherwise, I will be following a detailed lesson plan based on my own high school syllabus from two years ago (this is an especially good option if your course is coming up and you want to study for it in advance, or if you are reviewing for an upcoming test).
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.
My teaching methodology is based on lectures conjugated with discussion and demonstration techniques which can be modified according to students'needs. My classes are based on questions and answers and for that purpose I created a discussion platform for my students to put their questions to be discussed in an upcoming lesson.
I am an Electrical and Electronics Engineer living in GTA, Canada. Currently I am enrolled in Post graduate certification majoring in Wireless Networking. While I'm free over the rest of the week besides the college days, I'd love to invest time in teaching a systematic way of approaching subjects like mathematics and physics.
My teaching methods are very unique and flexible and also according to the need of the student. I always schedule things for next 15 days.
My methodology is simple. Convey concepts with simple, effective examples. Encourage questions. No question is silly. Repeat till the concept is clear. Strong basics are the key to superior knowledge. Visual aids go a long way in understanding complex ideas. Audio/video ppt, fun facts, and brainstorming sessions are the most bankable ways to educate.
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.
My teaching technique is pretty simple, which is illustrating my words with common things that are available in our environment. However, this might be slightly different among students. So, my first job is to detect how best my student assimilates things.
I build upon school curriculum to help students fully grasp a topic and complete school assignments. I am patient, encouraging, and always willing to try new methods to explain concepts. Different people learn best in different ways, so I try to tailor my tutoring style to each student.
I am looking to teach math and/or science to elementary and high school students. I am a flexible teacher and try to work with each student's personal needs. A typical class consists of help with homework and assignments or reviewing for an upcoming test.
I was a NCAA student-athlete at Simon Fraser University. I completed a degree in Health Sciences and Kinesiology with distinction. Currently, I am completing Medical Radiography at BCIT. I have been a peer-tutor to my classmates and I will do my best to tailor my teaching methods to suit the individual's needs. I have flexible availability.
I adjust my classes to to student needs. I can teach structured lectured classes with a complete curriculum or I can focus on specific tutorial needs, such as coverage of specific topics or methodologies. I have over 15 years of experience in the biotechnology industry in giving presentations to explain company science to potential clients and collaborators. I enjoy teaching and am good at it.
- Tutorat pour les élèves du secondaire en Science et Technologie (1er, 2e et 3e cycle). - Tutorat pour l'univers vivant (biologie, écologie), univers matériel (Chimie, Physique) et Terre et espace.
I am a Biology learner and teacher and interested to teach Biology, Biotechnology, cell biology, molecular biology, genetics to high school and college students. My teaching method mainly focusses on visualizing the content I teach through various modes and involving the students in interesting subject related activities.
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.
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 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 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 help students, from high school to university, where we review the subject by bringing a new vision. We return to the principles and add exercises of gradual intensity. Do not be afraid to ask questions, it's the key to success.
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