Seeing as my lessons occur through video calls, I have a very flexible schedule and understand that students also have busy lives. A typical philosophy lesson would examine a given philosopher in their historical, social context and then provide an analysis of their ideas. Finally, I aim to simplify complex, theoretical material with real world examples and through popular culture.
Since Psychology as a subject has tremendous scope for inward reflection and debate, my teaching method will typically involve an introduction to a topic and sharing of some consolidated resources, followed by facilitated discussions to gain a deeper understanding of the topic. I like my students to have their own ideas- and to help them evolve, refine, and gain perspective on their ideas.
My teaching methods entirely depend on the student. I am incredibly adaptable and will find a means of teaching that best suits your own personal learning abilities. I have been a student and understand that one method of learning does not apply to everyone.
My specialty is teaching critical mental skills either in person or via video conferencing apps to aspiring people who desire to go from good to great. I teach in the English and/or Spanish languages. Try me and move to your next stage in life.
I believe that there are areas in Sociology that can explain the undeniable questions about the world. After completing by Bachelor's Degree in Sociology with Honours, I want to help other students ask those same questions in order to come up with answers that allow them to view the world in a revolutionizing way.
My approach to teaching is basically discussion method. I am practical, and I like engaging my class to arouse their interest and enhance their analytical mind. I use everyday experience and more often, I like the student to take the lead.
I have an interactive teaching style. I can teach in the home, in a group, or on-line. I am flexible in my teaching style and a seek to accommodate individual student learning styles as well as strengths and weaknesses.
I would describe my teaching methods as flexible and progressive. I usually do a quick assessment of the student's needs, the goal of the student at the end of the class and the type of study technique that the student uses. I typically go through the material first and explain the different concepts. Questions and clarifications are always welcome any time.
I approach my lessons with a flexibility towards my students needs. If you are struggling to understand a particular concept in your English class or are unsure how to write a good introduction, we can focus on the particular issue for as long as it takes for you to be confident.
I love to teach by story telling and having discussions. What do you know and how can we unlock that? We can also do memorization, as some courses just need that.
My approach to teaching is rooted in feedback and communication. There must be excellent communication to get the information across in digestible ways. Additionally, providing proper feedback helps students learn what needs to be focused on in greater detail. I am open to both providing lesson plans or working through students existing assignments and materials.
My classes are meant for first-year university students or high school students. I take an interdisciplinary approach to teaching, making connections between various fields of study. I also like to teach interactively as opposed to spitting out information. That means I like to have two-way conversations with my students to test their knowledge and critical thinking skills.
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I can describe my methodology as critical analysis through an experimental/explorative approach. Also, humour has been a significant factor in facilitating learning. Any text can be the object of critical analysis.
I base all sessions in discussion of topics in order to further understanding of material by reinforcement and relation. By generalizing particular theories in various situations, students can gain a more comprehensive knowledge of the material. This, both started and finished with a review of material in quick lecture form, is how a class would proceed.
To do well on exams and papers, you need both knowledge and skill. You have to get the relevant information into your head, and then back out in whatever format is being demanded. So first I help you get the knowledge, but then I help you develop the skills to really shine in whatever writing format is being demanded of you.
I usually believe in giving practical knowledge by involving with students. I had tutored high school students in chemistry and Biology. My classes are based on the involving and practically providing the knowledge of the subject. Students are free to ask whatever they are not getting during their study period.
My teaching methods depend on the student's needs, I try to adapt to every student's individual needs because it benefits them the most. I will always go above and beyond to make sure my tutor students needs are might help them succeed.
I understand the importance of getting students to engage with the content studied as well as making it applicable to real-life situations. I realize that everyone learns differently, and am flexible and willing to create unique lesson plans and methods of study based on how each student learns best. I am organized, professional and detail-oriented.
The goal is to get you to understand the details, as well as what led to the particular historical topic we are discussing that day. Understanding both of these aspects will help you learn the entire event as a whole.
Interactive student-centered method. Flexible, based on individual student needs.
I work with students and see myself as a facilitator rather than a teacher. It is my job to discover the optimal methods that will help achieve the desired learning goals. I enjoy working with students and their parents to ensure that progress is being made. As someone that struggled with the stress of wanting to be a high-achiever in school I understand the pressures that come with the process.
My teaching method is student-centered. Students don't all learn in the same way: so many of us are visual and hands-on learners and find it difficult to just listen to the teacher or read a textbook and remember information.
I start my class with a mind warm up, encourage self directed learning and sometimes use technology to boost learning
My teaching methods are based on dialogue and the Socratic method. My teaching style and way of thinking and encouraging my students to think is critical. The content I teach is often through the lens of social inequality and social justice issues.
My classes are meant for students that are just starting to learn about philosophy. I can help them understand arguments from other philosophers with diagrams and other examples. I can also help high school philosophy students with being able to decide if an argument is valid or invalid.
As a teacher/tutor, I consider that I have two main roles: as an expert in the content of the subject at hand, and as a manager/mentor who will have a tailored approach to teaching depending on the task at hand (class presentations or one on one tutoring).
I work to make sure my students have a thorough understanding of the material through a variety of different learning techniques: short written responses; question and answer sessions; creating new examples to explore difficult concepts. It is important to me to understand the different obstacles to understanding faced by different students and to work through those together.
Meeting students at their current level, I use a constructionist pedagogical approach to address the subjects of immediate interest and relevance to my students through problem-based learning.
When teaching Psychology, some of the literature can be boring. I engage the student, ask them what they think about various psychological theories in a way that promotes memory consolidation, and allows the student to participate rather than sit in a chair and scroll through Instagram.
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