I use a very basic method. No high techniques. I take myself equal to the student level so that they understand each and everything. I never move forward to next topic until the previous one is clear and in detail understood by the student.
I like to approach teaching by using guided learning through the tutoring process, supplemented with help on related subjects or questions from work that may not pertain to the lesson at hand, but are still relevant. This way the student uses the tutor as a reference source and does not promote a "follow-the-leader" framework.
I will use a comprehensive, baseline assessment to determine students' strengths and weakness, what core skills they are missing. I will prepare individualized materials and use practical examples whenever possible to help students to build the basic skills and be able to progress. I will give students can-do tasks and lots of positive reinforcement.
My teaching methods are based on thorough communication between myself and the students. I would give them a brief overview of what we will go through for that day and throughout the course, and use tactile and visual examples/practices to help them with their studies.
I approach a subject with flexibility. We would work together to see what needs work, and build our plan from there. I would like to see how you think in order to best understand how to explain to you. My classes would be meant for high school students, either in grade 9 and 10 science, or upper year chemistry classes, as well as first year university students.
I believe that different individuals learn efficiently in different ways. Some individuals may require more tactile/ do-it-themselves type of learning with a guiding hand while some may require more of an example approach showing how to go through certain problems step-by-step. My methodology will vary with the individual depending on what type of learner the student is.
I teach through short bullet points, drawings with labels and examples. I believe teaching through these visual aids are key as well as explaining them orally. It ensures class interaction and keeps everyone interested. I also enjoy when students ask questions and we discuss rather than have a whole lesson of me talking.
I aim to teach understanding of the fundamental concepts rather than rote memorization, by challenging students to think and apply their in-class knowledge to unfamiliar test questions. Memorizing algorithms and specific exam questions is a useless way to learn and I hope to equip students so that they would be able to teach the material themselves.
I adjust my teaching to the student's needs and background. Knowing the student's objectives is crucial to prepare a good plan and establish solid communication.
My classes will be meant for high school or first/second-year biology students. I will look over the curriculum ahead of time and teach you what you need to know to do well on exam/tests. I am dedicated to helping you achieve positive results.
I help students with topics of issue and help them understand and overcome them. We go over problems together and work through the logic and reasoning behind them. If a fundamental lesson is necessary then I would be happy to prepare one for the student.
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 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.
By encouraging students to prepare before class and let them think try self learning use examples from around them .
My classes are primarily meant for university undergraduates who are studying an organic chemistry course. I tend to follow the course textbook you are using in your course so that you understand the material you need to know for your exams and tests, but occasionally I will explain a paper from the literature so you can see some really cool chemistry.
My teaching philosophy is best summarized in the quote below: "The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires!" Let's be honest, not many students like chemistry, they may find it boring or too complicated.
I try to make mine lessons understandable to every student and co-relate every topic with common life to make it easy .I also make notes of the important topics which are very helpful for students in their exam time .
I like to teach complex subjects by relating them to simple or familiar concepts - we learn best when we can build off what we already know! And as Einstein said, "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"...
my teaching methods are based on understanding the basic concept and tricks that will help you remember the basic formulas easily basically something you will retain for the rest of your life.
As a homeschooling parent of 3 unique children with different learning styles, and a deep knowledge in math, chemistry and physics, I can apart my methods to what you need. I have a gift of being able to break complex problems down to the basics and make it easy, if not fun! Our first lesson will be free to review where the student is at, what their goals are, and learning style.
The study of chemistry is not the result of being locked in a laboratory or in a classroom. Chemistry in its deepest meaning is found in all the days of life, in what we eat, buy, use, feel and even when we sleep. The distance to reach the study of chemistry is closer than the distance between our own eyes.
I start from the basics of the topic and go further step by step. I make sure that student understand the concept. I assign practice sums to check their understanding. I also uses different sources available on Internet. My classes are for primary or high school students.
The point system is the most effective methodology I have experienced and in which I do apply till now. This system helped the students to achieve great results and accomplish clear understanding of the subject which was a great benefit for them at the university level.
Based on experience, practice makes perfect (practicing problems that is)! Having a tremendous amount of experience in many areas of science, I can help you understand the fundamentals of your topic, something that reading theory cannot do for you. Your lessons will revolve around when you are available, your learning pace, and your skill level.
The teacher’s primary role is to coach and facilitate student learning and overall comprehension of the material and to measure student learning through both formal and informal forms of assessment, like group projects, student portfolios, and class participation.
I like teaching where the student leads. I like to get the student talking about the subject and if they don't understand or are missing something, I can fill in the gaps. Everyone's way of learning is different so I let you take the lead.
My teaching style is a combination of of real-life application, lots of examples, logical/critical thinking, connecting information into a whole and hepling students see the bigger picture. When I teach my students I am very patient and understading, making it easier for them to understand the concepts.
My teaching methods are based on the requirement of the student.
My teaching methods are very precise and accurate and my teachings are based on analysation and understanding the concepts and method.
I prefer my students to self-learn and then come to me with questions/confusions that I can clear up, this has been the most effective way that I have learned compared to others
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