I base my teaching methods on the fact that they have to be learner-centred, interesting and creative. I also use technologies such as documentaries, slides and pictures to make lesson more interesting. A typical lesson for me should be where the learner is actively engaged in the lesson. I teach students from grade 9 to 12.
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 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.
Mostly the Socratic method for the tutoring of individuals and small groups, I ask questions and then based on those questions we explore the concept you are trying to learn. If this is a long term tutoring position then I employ homework and exercises.
My approach/ Methodology towards teaching Psychology is two fold: First, structurally letting the students grasp the fundamentals of a particular topic. secondly, I encourage them to give their inputs on the topic and then co-relate the two.
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 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.
My focus is on the needs of the student and a consistent, intentional program of study. In order to achieve these instructional goals, I work to ensure that resources are relevant to students' area of study (both in the regional and academic sense), students are involved in their own assessment, and tutoring time is structured but adaptable to students' needs.
During my teaching career, I utilized the Socratic Method to a large degree. In addition, I utilized video resources to deal with notable periods in Canadian history (e.g., The Impact of the Great Depression on Canada during the 1930s, Canadian participation in World War II). I employed quizzes and regular tests to assess students' understanding of course content.
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.
I try to talk about the subject of history in a way that both explains it clearly to those who are unfamiliar with it (without necessarily talking down to them in the process) and keeps the student interested and engaged.
I base my classes on the need of the student(s). It is completely designed through them to obtain the most benefit. My methods involve assignments, lectures, and presentations however, I allow the student to lead the way being as specific as possible.
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.
My teaching methods are dependant on the student, I prefer individual interaction because it lets me gage how the person learns.
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.
Whether you are learning Canadian History, Medieval History, Archaeology or Anthropology, I teach with enthusiasm and knowledge and approach teaching from a fresh perspective. I believe students learn through inspiration, empowerment and practical application. I offer challenging and practical approaches to teaching.
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 make learning fun and find innovative ways for you to learn. In my personal experience, enjoyment and meta-cognition are critical to the learning experience. Most of classes are designed for early high school up until Adults. I am a middle school teacher, and would be available to teach middle school as long as it is Social Science or conversational ESL.
My teaching methods include comprehensive examination of class and reading materials. I discuss with students in which way these two lines of information are connected.
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 know that every child is different. That's why I cater every tutoring session according to each child's needs. I use a variety of methods such as visualizations, videos, activities, metaphors, walk through lessons, group work and individual worksheets. I am patient, dedicated, hardworking, smart, and creative. I can assist students from all ages and levels.
I talk to the class and get them to ask questions and argue logic with them....i enjoy talking about logic....as people understand only the path thy have walked ....as they live in their own reality bubble ........we tend to miss alot..........
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.
-Elementary school level History and Math; - Interactive, creative and meaningful lessons; - Conducive to all the different learners; - Use of technology and hands-on learning; - Use of outside sources and activities to help connect students to the material being taught in class.
I start usually with giving introductory lecture and asking questions to get to know that how much a student knows about the subject. I give students homework of reading extra material from different books to understand and implement those concepts in current cases.
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 teaching methods include flexibility and fulfilling and going beyond academic expectations. A typical class or with a student one-on-one would be helping students with homework, literacy skills, analysis, and essay writing skills. My classes are meant for elementary school students or high school students.
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