My teaching method is interactive and experimental. As soon as I hand hold the students to a comfort level around me, I start working on their confidence to perform the given tasks independently. I am compassionate yet firm in an effort to build an air of friendliness. I would rather be a facilitator rather than an instructor.
My classes with structure and flexibility, depending upon the needs of the students. For high school or junior high school students, I follow Alberta Education's curriculum as much as possible. I like teacher / student(s) discussion. I assign and review homework.
I've been teaching English literature for last twenty years and my methodology is to teach literature in a way that students are involved. I believe teaching is a fun but that fun should be created by a wonderful producer of a play.
I prefer discussion-based learning. I want to engage in conversations on what you are learning and delve further into the material to deepen your own understanding. If you present a novel or text, we will outline key points (characters, themes, settings, etc.) and work through why each is valuable to the whole work.
I am a Commerce Graduate from Mumbai University,India. After working for 14 years I decided to take a break and make a change in my career. I have 2 years of experience in home tutions in India. I explain lessons and take periodic tests too. I am friendly person and a good communicator. I listen and understand problems of students.
I am enthusiastic in what I do and I like using visual aids. I am very flexible in what I do and am able to be flexible in helping you in the way you learn best in for the best success.
I briefly outline my lessons and course outcomes. I lecture on specific topics encouraging the students to learn by research. In addition to set lessons, I bring in other relevant texts to provide the student with the full context of what he/she is reading.
My teaching methods are based on patience, and getting to know each individual because everyone learns differently. I will hone in on each person's strengths and weaknesses, as well as the way they operate personality wise and be sure I offer them an individualized learning plan.
I tailor learning to meet individual student's needs. First I gather as much information about a student as possible, using records, testing, interviews, portfolio statements, parent information and behaviour/work habits checklists and anecdotals.
I like to teach with an open mind and listening to the needs and ideas of my students. I believe that there is no wrong or right answer, all paths should be explored. The classes are meant for Grades 8-12 and Undergraduate students.
I believe that learning should be fun and never intimidating, that is why I approach tutoring with a positive and encouraging attitude. I will utilize flash cards, work books, and creative play to ensure that the learning process is engaging and productive.
- I see what the student wants in our lessons - if they have specific needs for the lesson - I assess strengths and weaknesses and work with them to better the lesson - I try to keep things compelling and entertaining - a modern approach to things - experience with children with ADHD and autism
My teaching methods often depend upon how much guidance my students need to help them reach their learning goals. For most of my lessons, I employ the Exploratory Strategy, because it gives my students agency over their own learning.
I approach essay writing and reading comprehension with a patient and fun attitude. I believe developing an honest and trustworthy relationship with the client will assist their confidence and self-esteem which ultimately translates into their academics.
My teaching methods involve using personalized lessons for students, and introducing strategies that will help them improve both their grades and their ability to work on their own so that eventually, tutoring will no longer be required.
I have experience working in large classes of 21-23 students but have also worked with students in smaller groups. I like to have an open classroom where there is the possibility of experiential learning. I would ideally be tutoring Middle School students and High School students one on one or in small groups.
My methodology is to address your questions and to walk with you through the obstacles you are experiencing.
Our first lesson is a chance to get to know each other, develop a plan and introduce you to my teaching style. Next, I will take some time to gain an understanding of your strengths and weaknesses including your short-term and long-term learning goals.
Working with individual students, I am very flexible with teaching styles and can easily adapt to how each student best learns.
What are your current strengths, and where do you need to grow? That is where we will start. Every major writing project is made up of small manageable parts. We will learn each of those parts and how they fit together.
I believe in a structured teaching environment but also lends itself to classroom discussion. I have adapted technology into my teaching and encourage students to embrace it as well. That being said nothing replaces the oral lessons delivered by the teacher and the engaging classroom discussion.
I do not usually go into great detail regarding my tutoring methods with parents and students, quite simply because it is really boring for the listener (unless the listener is another educator and in that case they find the discussion riveting ;) I follow what are considered to be the best practices in teaching and tutoring. My method stresses two key principles: 1.
My teaching methodology includes the use of audio-visual equipment to enhance the interactivity of classes. Materials are always provided, and/or researched, and lesson notes (with homework) are always distributed to students after class. Since classes are developed based on the needs of the student, an assessment is always conducted before lesson plans are created.
I approach each student with a teaching based on their weaknesses and strengths. I will put together a class that is suitable for the student's level, as well as challenge them. Each class would include exercises and explanations of the subject, and the problems that the student has.
As a creative writing facilitator and writing consultant, I advocate a comfortable learning environment where students can be creatively and critically engaged in the writing process. I have taught college-level courses for two years, facilitated workshops in high schools around the country and have taught English in Japan and Hong Kong.
I extensively use student feedback and formative assessments to let students know how they are doing long before a major test or assignment. I also get students engaged in the assessment process so they can become the best judge of the quality of their own work. Positive, timely feedback and a strong sense of accomplishment help my students learn efficiently.
My teaching methods stem first and foremost from project based learning for larger groups of learners. For smaller groups of learners, I rely on a lot of communication and collaboration to build understanding from multiple perspectives. I value structure and discipline through teaching as a rule, save for when a flexible, personalized approach is more conducive to learning and growth.
My teaching methods are personalized, and are based on focusing around the areas of difficulty that students are struggling with.
I understand that everyone learns differently, coming from a corporate background, I know how to adjust to any skill level and communication style to teach others appropriately. I want to get to know you, what helps you, and utilize that so we can work together to ensure you are successful in your endeavours.
My classes are student centered which means that I focus on ensuring that students are participating and given enough time to engage with lessons. A typical class will begin with an introduction of the day's lesson and work plan.
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