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.
I bring together the literature involved in an easy-to-digest approach by letting my students read excerpts of the readings and discussing them face to face until the idea or concept is understood. In case the student has little to no experience in the area, I approach it from a genealogical standpoint which allows for a basic chronologic, yet thorough understanding of the concepts.
My classes are based on a tutorial framework. Preparatory reading(s) are assigned prior to a lesson in which the readings' topics are discussed and contextualized according to the lesson's focus. Students are encouraged to bring questions to discuss during the lesson.
My philosophy is to meet students where they are at. It isn't about how smart they are, but how they are smart. I start with diagnostics to determine a students abilities, strengths and areas for improvement, then build on skills, thinking strategies, and questioning. From there I scaffold knowledge and understanding, building with each lesson.
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 use a constructive pedagogical method with conversational style where we approach the subjects and topics you request and explore their history and theoretical underpinnings so that you can do your best work. I also offer essay reading and editing so that you can submit your best essays and papers.
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 like to follow the Socratic method of educating whereby I pose questions to students, discuss their responses with them, and use the content of their responses to challenge them further on their understanding of a given subject and/or question.
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 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 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 teach others by motivating them and reinforcing their strengths. I remove self doubt and negativity while building confidence. I can teach anyone that is willing to learn because there is no one correct way to teach or learn something.
My philosophy of education centers around health and wellness. By approaching learning in this way, I find that both teachers and students have positive experiences that grow knowledge bases and skills. My educational values include compassion and care, open communication, clear learning objectives and expectations, 21st century pedagogical approaches, and social and environmental equity.
My teaching methods are based upon an investigation into method and context. How can you begin a search of something unknown unless you have a certain concept of what it is already inside of you? The issue of recognizing the difference between a true discovery generated from inside you vs. a mere opinion take from the outside is vital for any investigation into history, politics, etc...
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.
I like to take a creative and fun approach to education, focusing on both the personal interests and learning needs of each student. This may involve the use of multimedia learning materials, and I will often attempt to engage with history from a critical lens.
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 have a positive attitude and a passion to assist and motivate struggling learners. I found, from my own experience, that people learn things differently and at different paces; when students struggle with a subject, it’s usually because their learning style conflicts with the style or pace with which it is being taught.
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 teaching style favors an experiential approach with techniques which focus on the interests of the learner. A typical class would feature exploring the life issues most prominent in the mind/psyches of the students through participant engagement, interaction and dialogue.
My teaching methodology includes: Learning English by pictograph, group Speaking, Listening, reading and writing in a multi-cultural class of students from non-English speaking countries.
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.
I am a UBC grad in his late 20's who plans on attending law school in the future and is currently running an education-based start-up business. I am a seasoned academic writer who can inspire those to become passionate about history while at the same time showing how to write a compelling and well-reasoned essay.
I am a flexible teacher, I believe that it is important for students to have fun while learning. As such, I try to shape lessons in such a way that will engage the particular interests of each student while meeting their learning objectives. I offer in person classes in Ottawa, but also live lessons via Skype or Zoom if it is more convenient.
An international student that loves history and politics. I teach with passion and am well-organized. I usually make mini-lessons with slides or useful lecture notes. I can help in note-taking and homework. I love curiosity and discussion. I have experience teaching classes in Cambodia as volunteering and one-on-one tutoring.
I teach with problem solving method, use of internet and powerpoint I give concpets to students ...
I prefer to teach in a setting of strong feedback with my students. I understand the requirements of curricula and will make sure to cover the material, but I believe that finding a student's unique interests to coax them into the field makes them eager learners.
Utilise l'oral (cours magistral) et le visuel. Support visuel tel que Power Point et explication stimulantes. Tout pour que ce soit intéressants (et non ennuyeux). / Use oral explanations and visual support like Power Point.
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