Once I understand where you are in your education, I set up an effective plan to help you achieve your goals; whether it be to complete your homework, pass your tests, improve your reading and writing, or get your diploma.
My name is Kate, I am a reference librarian with a master's degree in library studies and an undergraduate degree in Spanish and comparative literature. I am a registered literacy tutor. I do translation work in French and Spanish as well as offering resume building workshops.
My first goal in teaching is to establish a working relationship with my students that is based on mutual respect, and on clear expectations. I define the purpose of each lesson and the expected outcome. I then proceed to implement tools and techniques that lead directly to the learning outcomes.
I will refer to the Ontario Curriculum for students needing support in Math and English, focusing on their specific needs, working with their parents and teachers if desired, to build their strengths in a given subject area. Methods and materials for adult education will be determined by the client's goals and area of study (ESL vs. GED prep, for example).
I am flexible to meet your schedule, and provide one on one training or assistance via email for resume and cover letter writing. I am able to work with you to determine how you learn best, and have teaching experience at the university level.
I approach my subject matter - in this case English - with a passion for writing and for literature of all sorts. I embrace student interest and use that to help guide the direction I take in structuring my lessons and communication with students.
I meet students where they are and allow them to guide my instruction based on informal assessments, anecdotal records and conversations. I am flexible and enjoy working with all ages. Classes would be suited for children ages 6-18 as well as adults needing instruction for GED prep and English as a Second Language.
I believe that the most beneficial classes are based around hands-on learning activities and that through questions and mistake, we truly learn.
I have a flexible teaching style and very wide range of interests and past careers, so I relate well to students of diverse backgrounds. I can teach to improve creativity and communication skills, or help students master the basics.
I base my lessons off of student interest, incorporating lessons into areas of interest.
I am student entered and my approach to both learning and educational needs is based in/on Universal Design. Education, and curriculum specifically must meet the needs of the learner, not the instructor nor institution. Learning needs must be built in/on an individual’s unique and diverse set of skills and capacity.
I enjoy interaction with my students, who should be so comfortable with their tutor that they should not be afraid to ask questions. I present structured lessons that follow a plan to achieve specific goals.
I use green screen technology in my on-line classroom to make the platform come alive. I also interface this with videos and gifs to add some fun! This is ideal for visual learners.
My teaching method is to simplify any confusion on a subject to make it easily understandable by anyone. Everyone has the ability to achieve their goal and surpass their personal expectations.
When tutoring, I prefer to use a "flipped classroom" methodology where my students will be asked to view a lesson (usually a video of some sort) and study new concepts before we meet. This method has been proven to help students achieve their academic goals faster. Our time together will be spent reviewing new concepts and putting them into practice.
My teaching methods differs from student to student. Everyone has their own unique way of learning. From visual aids to different memorization and comprehension techniques, I will find a way to help you with your understand for studies and help you succeed.
Using explicit instruction, I guide and support students throughout a step-by-step writing process, which begins with reading comprehension strategies, annotation, and analysis and ending in writing drafts for paragraph and essay assignments.
I approach most online lessons with flexibility, meaning that everything is designed to cater to a student's needs. This may include discussions, worksheets or projects that engage students and relate to their own passions and interests. In most cases, lessons are discussed and designed in conjunction with the student to ensure that they are relevant and more likely to encourage learning.
My teaching methods are based on the student's needs and capabilities. I generally employ one of the following approaches: - Personalized learning: where I seek to tailor challenge, lessons and instructional style to each student’s needs. - Project-based learning: wherein I monitor where my students are at to measure success.
I base my teaching on each student's needs; I have considerable training in ESL (specialist) and training in special needs instruction. I realize that each student is different: grammar and mechanics might be an issue for some, formatting and organization might be an issue for others.
I emphasize critical thinking skills and "simple, yet effective" strategies for learning and writing. Regardless of your purpose, the most elegant solution is often the simplest.
As a tutor I will be able to help a student stay organized and accountable while studying for their exam. I will help them work through a prep book. I am patient and my goal is to help student truly understand concepts.
I give private lessons for seven years now. I got my first job in the upper five years ago, as a teaching assistant of French (langage and literature) at Upenn (University of Pennsylvania). Coming back in Paris, I began to teach general culture in a buisness school, BTS and workplace (methodology and professional writing, training contests).
I have a degree in Philology. I perfectly master the study techniques. I can teach at any level in all areas of letters and any subject in the first levels of Secondary Education. Throughout my professional career I have acquired a method that allows the student to overcome their difficulties. Today I can say that I have almost 100% success.
PHILOSOPHY, METHODOLOGY, PRACTICE THE ESSAY AND TEXT COMMENTARY FOR THE BACHELOR ALL SERIES L, S, ES, ITS PREPARATION AND TS2S TO WRITTEN AND ORAL TESTS AND FRENCH FIRST TERMINAL. METHODOLOGY COURSE ANALYSIS OF A SUBJECT, problematize, ARGUMENT, THE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND UPDATE OF KNOWLEDGE.
I am a student in Master 2 Philosophy. I am currently preparing CAPES and aggregation of Philosophy and am happy to give French lessons (from college to graduate all sections). - Support Course (explain misunderstandings, training analysis tools etc.) - Monitoring and deepening readings - Preparation for the methodology of the comment, explanation and essay, and writing of invention.
I propose first and foremost trainings to the baccalaureate of French (in first all series, and in Terminale L) both oral and written. I can rework and complete with the student one or more aspects of the course. I possess and master many resources that can be used to support private lessons.
I have been a teacher with TESOL, I lived abroad for a year and I have been teaching for 10 years. In addition, I am a graduate of Turkish Language and Literature and I have been teaching Turkish students and foreigners for 8 years. Many students have achieved different achievements in language examinations.
My method is simple: work yes, but with pleasure to learn. These courses are for all primary, middle and high school students.
My method of work varies according to the needs of each student. I can prepare online exercise guides, useful for those who need to exercise PSU, answer specific questions by chat, explain complex subjects by videoconference or perform the traditional class, also by video chat, with the content requested by the student.
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