My teaching methods give clarity problems with online base approach, give evaluation and assessment to future enhance understanding. I like to teach others because of my ability to impact knowledge, and the passion to do so. Classes are meant for grade entry 12 and university level one. Audience ready to gain knowledge to save the future planet.
When teaching social sciences, I approach the subject with a side-by-side overview of events and varying approaches as to how they can be analyzed and understood from different viewpoints. In teaching how to write, I adopt a structural approach on a case-by-case basis that aims to optimize the best way for a student to express their ideas and thoughts in a clear, cohesive manner.
My methods encourage 'human-centred design' as a style of considering the end user of any product, idea, or process required. This is valuable for geography when considering the context of how and why world events impact the global community politically, socially, creatively, and economically.
My teaching method involves two aspects of attitude and approach. Attitude concerns responsibility: A teacher takes half of the responsibility and does his/her best to teach while his/her students are responsible for rest and finish the assignments.
I approach the subject with a practical approach, the better the examples, the better the learner would retain in the mind. Rote learning is not a healthy practice, it is not about the marks, it is the knowledge I believe more in.
When I teach a subject, I like to have an understanding of what the student knows and continue on from their current knowledge. I am a firm believer that hard work goes a long way in anything you do. Advancing your knowledge of any subject is attainable as long as you are willing to put in that hard work.
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 intend to teach through a one on one discussion for the majority of the lessons, with a keen focus on a more verbal education, rather than subjecting students to copying the info by rote. I am well suited to help teach a high school curriculum and willing to aid in research and theory for higher levels of education.
I use a university tutorial style approach as my methodology. The subject matter is focused on the compelling and memorable aspects of a historical narrative or legal concept, placed within a broader discussion of the major historical or legal context.
I believe that a learner should be in control of what he/she studies and therefore I employ learner centered approaches in my lesson. Depending on the nature of the student(s) and the content structure, I am very dynamic in tailoring suitable methodologies.
I love to create the mental image of the subject matter. Students can easily access their own mental image, use their own logic and navigate to right answers during the exams. I prefer to guide them to develop that mental image.
I mostly do individual sessions but on occasion I do small group sessions. My lessons are more visually based and as such I like to provide a lot of images and power point presentations ( for group sessions). Student participation is also a must.
My teaching style is student-centered and tailored to match the individual needs and learning style of the students. I always work hard to fully engage my students in what they are learning. I am flexible with curriculum and can teach a variety of grade levels and content areas.
I want to engage my students on more than just an academic level when it comes to history. I have a passion for studying the multitudes of human experience that come up when studying history as a subject. I'd like to instil in my students the same passion that I have so they not only do well academically but enjoy the learning process.
I base my classes on the knowledge of my students and plan to start in a way that they can understand it without being too complicated. I believe in order to effectively tutor a topic like history and social studies, we need to ensure that the students understand all sides of the argument.
I teach through a combination of examining student textbooks and combining it with my own knowledge of Canadian and World History. A typical class would be me giving the students a brief history on the part of the History course they are struggling in and then providing help and an assignment for them to do to ensure that they know what I have been teaching them.
Using a systems-thinking approach, this course will provide high school students with an overview of some of the world's most pressing environmental issues, using specific case studies to explore the various stressors [both, natural and anthropogenic]. The course will also explore some of the emerging tools and strategies that are being devised in an effort to mitigate and adapt to these problems.
I believe every individual learns at a different pace and in various ways. Each student has the opportunity to strive and excel in their academic journey given the right amount of care and attention. My techniques include giving the student the opportunity to evolve in the right type of learning environment that allows for their own strengths to be utilized for their development.
My teaching method depends on how my student learns. From studying psychology, I have a much better understanding of how different people learn in vastly different ways; some need to visualize, others need to have hands on experience, and some do well by listening and simply talking about the subject afterwards. I will teach in a manor that best suits and benefits the student.
My commitment to academic excellence and student success is demonstrated by my flexible skill set and innovative pedagogy, as well as my ability to relate to a wide variety of learners. My goal as an educator is to engage students in course materials, cultivate their critical thinking and communication skills, and encourage them to embrace intellectual and cultural diversity.
I am very flexible and outgoing. I really enjoy the use of incorporating technology for students to augment their auditory, visual, and kinestetics skills when learning. You need to know what you're learning, why it is important, and how you can practically apply your knowledge and skills once you've learned something new.
My teaching methods are simple. My classes are based on conversations around the specific subject being evaluated. Classes are oriented around critical thinking and discussions which involve the constant sharing of varying ideas that can lead to diverse ways of arriving at similarly helpful solutions and discoveries.
My methodology has been and always will be to provide an inclusive and differentiated environment for students. I understand that each and every student learns in to a different capacity and I aim to accommodate students needs by tailoring my approach to teaching to suit.
My teaching techniques and methods are by illustration, scenario creation, pictures and questioning that identify problems the topic intends to solve. I employ demo and simulation to pass on the knowledge to the learner. The classes basically are high school.
I believe that history should be interesting and engaging. There is no need for history to be dry, when it is so full of fascinating people and events! I can tutor any grade level, and assist students with writing essays, studying for exams, and with their general knowledge and memory of history. If history has been a boring subject for you, then it is time for that to change.
I like to use the curriculum and different structured lesson plans to try to better understand what is expected from teachers. For topic comprehension I use different activities and models. I am open to helping with homework, projects and assignments.
Teaching methods include engaging students in subjects at a personal level such as using real world, current applications for comparison; one on one or small class size, for high school students. Preferably in a comfortable space such as a public library or in student's homes.
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.
My classes are designed both to help students with specific problems and to give them general knowledge on the subjects at hand. A typical class would go over subjects being learned, have a questions and speaking period, and then have time for homework.
I design each program as to the needs of the students teaching style, such as visual, textile or through listening techniques. I let the student dictate the pace of the program. I love teaching youth and adults, 14 to 80.
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