My lessons are geared towards students who want to improve their overall writing in the long term and don't want to rely on a tutor. I like to start off my sessions with a self-assessment by the student on what they think they need to work on. Regardless of whether it's an essay or a report, I start off by reading their introduction, the first paragraph, and the conclusion.
As an academic and a teaching scholar, I am committed to the intrinsic value of post-secondary education and scholarship. My teaching and research are inspired by the hermeneutic tradition and grounded in Boyer’s model of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
My teaching methods are very much based on practical skills, and focused on challenging a writer (regardless of their level) to, whenever possible, take the perspective of the reader. I am comfortable following curriculum guides, but am not afraid to assign extension activities based on the student's individual needs and interests.
I can tutor all subjects for Elementary schools and I specifically tutor English and History for high school students. I am also great at writing and aspire to be a writer, so I can help you out with your research papers as well as creative writing.
My classes are based on the individual needs of each student. For my one on one class, I like to get to know the student's writing first, assess their writing level, and figure out their strength and weaknesses. Then, I work together with the student to devise a study plan with specific goals, so that they can make the most effective use of their time with me.
I base my classes on the needs of my students. Every student is different, and I always take the time to learn about my students' goals and work with them to reach their goals. I care about the success of my students and make myself available to help as much as possible.
My teaching methodology is, first and foremost, based on your needs. So, when we begin our class, I will first spend a few minutes learning about your needs: what are you most concerned about? What can I help you with today? By working together, we will decide the things we want to tackle in our class. We will then begin to discuss those concerns.
My teaching method involves a one-on-one personal approach. I meet with clients and get to know them well enough to academically assess their essay-writing needs before guiding them through the process of writing a quality essay.
I believe in taking the time to get to know each individual student's learning style so that I can assist in a way that will be most meaningful and effective to that particular student.
I approach a class with a teaching structure depending on the type of students I have. I can base the lesson on grammatical dimensions in order to let the students understand some point of the correct structure of the language. I can also teach phonological units to new learners who have to prononce words to learn .
I am a professor with a long and succesful career in teaching, so I have developed an acute sense in creating the methodology that can be adjusted to every case, level or conditions of the learner. You will see results in the few weeks. Being fluent in three languages, i have experience on how to learn a new language I am good in finding the better way to transmite the Spanish language.
I have tutored students on different levels - individually and as a class (as a TA) and my teaching philosophy is always based on building on necessary material in creative ways. I always get the job done and once I understand your objective for the lesson(s), I will deliver.
I am currently a sessional professor at Canadore College. When working with high school, college and university students, my preference is for seminar-style teaching and tutoring, where the student(s) and instructor are engaged in an active discussion about the material.
As a teacher, I have built a far-ranging approach that emphasizes my strengths and also challenges me to continually seek improvement. The three pillars that apprise my teaching philosophy are classroom engagement, course organization, and student-centered learning.
My teaching methods vary from student to student. Through personal experiences, I have seen significant growth in past students using simple techniques to improve their overall English - written and oral. I strive to see my students grow even at the end of each class and that is my aim.
My emphasis has always been on communicating perfectly, making learners feel satisfied with what they are learning. Patience and humane attitude towards learners making them at home to create an interactive environment, need-most for learning.
Understanding that self-esteem is often deeply linked to academic performance, I am determined to use a strength-based approach when working with students. Moreover, I am happy to use instructional technology, learning software, or any other accessibility related methods that suit student needs.
I am available for tutoring and feedback on your written academic or professional work--essays, reports, articles, statements, dissertations, cover letters, applications, etc. I return writing drafts with detailed comments and advice on any (or all) of the following you choose to receive feedback on: - structure (e.g. content flow, paragraph structure) - essay argument & thesis (e.g.
I believe that students learn best when they base their learning on their own experiences. Experiential learning can support a clearer understanding of academic material. I use case studies, discussion groups, role plays, formative testing to help students determine what knowledge they still need to master and more methods as required.
I believe in an empathetic, responsive and student-oriented approach to teaching. I understand each group of students to be dynamic in their needs and attributes, and I believe my responsibility to be to facilitate their learning as much as to instruct them on content.
I provide an individualized approach to students who need help with their homework, editing papers, reading, writing or forming strong thesis statements. I break my lessons into tangible chunks and encourage students to ask questions as we take time together to understand lessons.
I can help you to clearly identify and define a research problem,and identify and outline contextual issues related to that problem. I will also assist you to locate your research problem within a suitable research paradigm with ontological and epistemological assumptions and methodological choice.
I believe we learn best by doing, so that is the approach I take to teaching. I structure my classes around projects/papers the students already have in progress, or create a new project that aligns with their specific learning goals. There are many different ways to learn, so my focus is on finding the approach that works best for each individual student.
I prefer to work closely, one-on-one, with each student. If you have a text you are working on (a class assignment, an important letter, a thesis or dissertation, a book manuscript...) we can work on that - you can send me material and I can discuss with you how to improve what you have written.
Methodology: Attain a strong understanding of the basics English and suit each lesson to meet the immediate and future needs of the student. I have written government grant requests for over thirty years, where being concise and clear is paramount. I also have 4 degrees from the University of Toronto and the University Montreal, so I understand the research component in many writing needs.
I give a topic to the student to investigate about it, and make a summary, then review and discuss together, clarifying doubts that arise. When we are in a group, I organize a discussion, where each student exposes their research and interpretations; then, we entered into a general discussion.
My teaching is student-based: tell me what you need help with, and we'll work together to get there. I like theOxford tutoring model: you submit written work and we discuss. I offer pointers on research and methodology, style, planning and organization, and anything else that you need to succeed.
I develop material for each context. My job is to find out what the learner needs most to practice and get feedback on, and set up that kind of opportunity in an appropriate structure. I have a Bachelor degree in Arts (inc. Chinese) and am able to teach Chinese. I have a BEd with a specialization in early childhood. I favor experiential learning/teaching methods.
My teaching method is very fluid with an emphasis on how everyone learns differently. As a result, each student will get a one on one correspondence so that key concepts are naturally handed down.
As I am relatively new to private tutoring, I'm sure that my techniques and methodology will change as I learn with you. I am aiming to base my classes off of your needs and structure it accordingly with an initial session of what you need and what your class requires. I'm looking to tutor any age group.
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