C'est le véritable défi de l'enseignement! Comment faire apprendre quelque chose à quelqu'un alors que tout le monde apprend d'une manière différente? Pour ma part, je pense que la compréhension de la matière de base (peu importe le domaine) est essentiel avant de se lancer dans des modèles plus poussés.
When teaching concepts in the sciences, I try to do so via analogy. For example, fluid flow through tubes can be described by electrical circuit models and vice versa. I will always try to incorporate real-life applications of the topics I'm teaching. More often than not, these examples will be related to biomedical engineering and manufacturing.
I approach a subject with first highlighting what you know in the course in order to figure out ways we can tackle what you do not know. I use a lot of examples to explain and also examples from our surroundings to be relatable. I am open to a lot of questions as this is a learning experience for you.
Students usually come with questions, I ask them first what have you done. Then I will show my steps and give them another similar question to try on their own. I will ask the student to go over their working out loud with me.
I try to teach in separate modules which makes it easy for students to follow along with the course. Removing interdependencies also reduces the confusion that might arise as the student progresses with the study material. I also expect the student to invest a significant amount of time to understand concepts and practice them to develop strong fundamentals.
My teaching methods are, 1. Start with basics and covering curricullum chapters. 2. Explaining each and every topic and giving Practice questions. 3. Quiz as formative Assessment after each chapter 4. Final assessment after each unit. 5. Revision and more practice if student facing problems.
I usually teach students techniques to answer questions instead of memorizing them. I deeply believe in 'Practise makes perfect', so my teaching approach is to be diligent in doing practices. Although I am pretty strict in teaching and setting deadlines, I love to joke around and give rewards if students have achieved what they should have based on their abilities.
I used to teach one-to one as well as in class. My teaching methods depend on student's personalty in one-to-one. I rely on clear, concise attractive teaching materials and how I present them in classroom teaching. It has worked well.
I try to get participation from the students first, letting me know how much the students knows already and where they need help. After the session, I follow with a small quiz to help me make sure learning has taken place.
Mon approche pour l'enseignement de la chimie est de pratiquer autant de problèmes que possible durant les sessions. Je ne vous donnerai pas les réponses crues mais je vais vous guider vers la réponse en vous donnant des trucs et astuces pour résoudre le problème.
My teaching method is based on helping the student discover the concept on their own with my instructions and hints, so they can be able later to continue their education independently and successfully. A typical session for me is considered a team work with the students.
Every student is unique. As a tutor, I get to know my students and their preferred ways of learning. My goal is to go beyond the test questions and help students truly understand the concepts they are learning in the classroom.
My teaching methodology is based on practical examples. Abrupt mathematical and physical theories are compared with simple everyday situations. Also, graphical and visual aids are created for retaining information. Close follow-up and grounded responses for satisfying students and helping them achieve a higher performance.
My teaching method is to first understand the student’s level of comprehension. That would enable me decide how to structure my teaching. I believe understanding the fundamentals are helpful for grasping complex topics.
I prefer to tutor individual students, and small groups of high school students or first year university in the biological sciences. I think the best way to start is to go through homework questions that are assigned to you and to figure out where you're struggling, and why you're struggling. I can illustrate and explain concepts.
I start with a big idea or question and decompose it to the chemical and physical logic, and show how this logic can be used for various real-world applications. I am familiar with both high-school and university chemistry, physics and biology courses. My lessons will include problem sets and discussions of various topics in chemistry.
My teaching method focus on targeting relevant information to maximise the grade. I will often use real life analogies to simplify concepts and multiple examples to solidify the idea. I have vast experience teaching at University and high school level.
My teaching method is based on effective communication, efficient learning and mentorship. Effective communication during lessons is extremely important, as ultimately the goal is to communicate and transfer your knowledge as a tutor to the student.
I teach based on what you need to know for your class. I ask you what you don't understand about your class, and I try to explain it in a clear and simple way. Finally, I do problems with you to help you practice your knowledge.
I strictly believe that each individual is unique and lessons need to be adapted to everyone's needs. I believe in simplifying basic Science concepts so that everyone could relate how basic principles are governing everything around us so as to help them develop appreciation for these principles.
Implemented customized education programs to enhance student learning experience. Organized supplementary materials in English for all students, conducted small group and individual classroom activities based on differentiated learning needs. Created daily lesson plans for multi-level adult ESL classes, focused teaching on student-centered learning.
I would like to develop both fundamental and practical skills of the students. As I am having great chemical exposure on all the reactions and mechanism. I deliver competency based training method (Electronic presentation and live recordings on all the chemical techniques.
I like to teach from the ground up you could say. If I've learned anything from University so far its that all subjects rely on a strong grasp of the fundamental rules and ideologies. Understanding the more complex things in math and especially physics rely on knowing the basics. I like to teach 1 on 1 as it gives the student more opportunity to ask questions and focus on the given subject.
I prefer to make students feel more comfortable as a friend and then analyse their level of approach towards a subject ,then i decide how to take to next level by improving from their basics and fundamentals to get confidence in them
I come to the base of student's mindset,develop curiosity in students to ask questions and thereby identify and their interest for the subject,it automatically encourages students to work hard and smart. Students are free to ask any sort of doubt and I make them capable enough to deal with diverse set of problems in academics and life both.
My teaching methods are based on a need of student, I prepare every lesson in advance to help as much as I can.
My teaching methods are very easy, I can be friendly with the learners... Anything difficult I will make an easy way to solve. I just love kids basically the children who are under 12-13 years... It may be easier for the people who are from Bangladesh and want a tutor...
My teaching strategy involves explaining the lesson, while making the students interact with me through asking questions in order to make the session interesting. I used to tutor Chemistry for high school and university students.
My methodology is simple. I aim to ensure that my students get a firm understanding of the concepts through a concise study method I have devised that would enable them to tackle even the most challenging questions related to it.
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