At the outset, I try to get to know my students, gauging what they already know. Typically, I will ask the student what they're good at and what they most enjoy about the subject we're working on. I ask where they’re having trouble, focusing on what parts of class lectures they are having difficulty with and what types of questions they consistently miss on tests.
While I am new at this, I believe everyone has a different type of teaching style so I am more than happy to adjust my teaching/tutoring methods as needed for each specific student! I would prefer to teach one-on-one but group settings are also available depending on the size. Preferably I would like to teach high school students, but first and second year university students are also welcome.
I use the methode of connecting dots, i devide course to subjects and give students chance to undrestand the relation between different subjects. finally we built a mind map for evry course. I use an electronic port pholio to folow mys students and to be in permanent touche.
Since the subject requires a lot of reference to cases, I would like to share with students some of the best ways to memorize case names and years that my friends and I used when we studied the subject. Furthermore, critical analysis is an essential part of studying Law, and my instruction is focused large on how to incorporate this into an answer while also addressing the question.
My teaching methods include understanding case law through careful analysis of definitions, tests, policies, and procedures found in criminal legal precedence. Storytelling is a huge aspect of my teaching method, as it allows for more long term comprehension of topics.
Teaching is not entirely new to me. Of course, as with any attorney, after a while, I took on an Articling Student. And saw her through to the day she was admitted, in her own right, into the practice of law, in Alberta. Past that, I have traveled as far away as to the P.R. of China, simply to teach. Because I like it. I like the process of instilling understanding into willing minds.
My teaching methods are based on what I have learnt throughout my degree and by my professors. Legal Studies can be overwhelming and it is important that the student is actually learning the correct information and not just learning how to memorize information.
Dear Students, - As an Attorney at Law as well as a Lecturer, I can help you grasp in-depth knowledge of French law. - For those of you who are interested in studying Law in Paris,Lyon, Lille, Strasbourg or taking the French Bar, I am willing to help you succeed in such achievements. - The class may be taught in English.
Lessons are given for all you need: Preparing case studies, case comments, reviews of articles, essays.
My teaching method is helping the student find the topic that they either already know or have some knowledge in then move onto how we can increase their knowledge before branching out and moving onto other topics. I plan each lesson based of strengths to then build up on a relationship between the student and I then heading on to providing work to do on their own and marking work within 24 hours.
I tailor teaching to the student and their competency level. I provide session feedback, highlighting strengths and points for improvement. The latter is key to successfully studying and hopefully practicing law, as relevant constructive criticism facilitates greater understanding and advancement.
I am available to teach Law to students at undergraduate or postgraduate university level, diploma, GDL, and secondary school (GCSE/A-level). I teach all the core LL.
I teach A - Level Law with constant reference to the syllabus and with heavy regard to the way material ought to be learned for the purposes of the exam and how to use such material in the most credit-worthy manner. I will explain concepts via analogy and I ensure to make a point of asking questions regularly to assess comprehension and engagement.
My teaching method consists in dialoguing with the student, in order to reach conclusions and generate a real understanding on the topics. I believe that, beyond memorizing elements, the fundamental thing is to understand the meaning of the rules, of jurisprudence and of the different juridical figures.
My teaching method is adapted to each student. I generally encourage a student to "talk an issue out" in conversation so that they fully understand it, before advising them how to best put that in writing afterwards. I structure my lessons based upon the lectures and materials provided by the university in that subject, as submitted to me by the student.
My lessons are based on the learning of the subject and on the preparation aimed at the exam for the best result that is absolutely verifiable, structured on fast storage techniques. Safety itself and in relation to the subject allows, together with some techniques, to be able to obtain excellent results.
My teaching method is application based, wherein 1st theory will be explained with the help of provisions and then demonstrates how it's applied with the help of case studies. Classes will be divided into small sections, ranging from 45 minutes to 1 hour, with equal preference to theory, application and clarification of doubts.
My teaching methodology is very straight forward. I like to teach the basic core principles of each concept and allow the individual to form an opinion in light of given material. I like to teach my students critical thinking instead of spoon feeding them information.
My name is Adeseye Adeyemi and I graduated from Middlesex University with a degree in law in 2009. I went to BPP law school for my LPC which i finished in 2010 before going to Liverpool John Moores University for my LLM in International Business and Commercial law to finish in 2012.
Objective and clear classes that deal with Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure with a focus on competitions, graduation tests and OAB exams.
Having experience of Court proceedings ranging from Civil and Criminal Courts to that of Family Court and Consumer Court; the "modus operandi" of my teaching would be in such a way that apart from explaining the topics in most simplified manner;I would be doing the same through practical approach. Say for example while teaching provisions of Maintenance (Cr.P.C Sec.
My teaching method is divided into content based teaching for the first half, an a 15 minute interactive session, then a final question and answer session! I want my tutor sessions to be as relaxed as possible, so please feel free to stop me to ask questions if at any point you don't understand/have a question! I also help those who are looking for personal development sessions, through personal...
I am "Del" I am a college student furthering my college career to obtain more degrees. I give lessons to all students ranging from pre-k to senior level high school. My method is personalized to each students need. I aim to make learning fun and more emorable. To ensure each pupil will be granted the best service I will mold my teaching to his or her required help level.
The methodology is absolutely built on the student you are dealing with. The aim is to intrigue and excite those who need my help with an interactive and digital approach. The drafting of concept maps, summaries and handouts is my forte, because I strongly believe in the re-elaboration of the learning contents to be able to better store the concepts.
The first lesson will begin with a needs assessment where we will discuss what areas of law need to be revised and to what level. I will then tailor personalised lesson to suit each individual student and build confidence. Lessons can also include training in mooting and advocacy, writing submissions, coursework and exam assistance.
My teaching methodology involves visual and literal expression of my planned curriculum to be presented to my students. I base my methodology on the premise that there are no identical learners. Some are visual and others are literal learners. Experienced teaching lower grades through collegiate level with proven results.
I love to interact with my students academically thus ensuring that each and every student gets my undivided attention. My technique ensure that none of my students is left behind in terms of grasping the concept at hand. .I also love giving a Continuous Assessment Test after the end of every topic to gauge the level of understanding in that particular field. .
Tutoring Approach: I take a very practical approach to teaching and the approach will be adapted to the course undertaken by the student. I am also able to assist with exam revision and revision techniques. I pride myself in providing students with targets and take great pride in seeing them meet their own targets.
My teaching methods aren't very complex. I use what I learnt by watching my lecturers and try to implement their methods myself. I start by trying to understand where the student is struggling and then I find materials that will help them develop an understanding of whatever topic they are wanting to improve on.
I was a previous member of the Peer Assisted Learning Scheme. My teaching method is majorly aimed at my individual students as that is the whole point in the lessons. My teaching style cannot be defined as one style as I easily adapt to an individuals needs.
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