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.
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 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 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 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.
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 style changes depending on my students, my goal is to make sure you reach the highest potential you possibly can as a student. Some of students need visual examples or verbal, it's whatever you as the student need.
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.
My methods are tailored to either the individual or group needs of my students so that they can develop their personal talents and skills. They range from a structured lecture to seminar to flexible comprehensive one-on-one tutoring and teaching.
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.
I find that the best way to understand the actual international relations is to develop a knowledge of different fields to ensure the best comprehension of the local contexts. I would therefore teach elements such as History, Politics, Geography, Culture, Anthropology, Sociology, Gender Studies.
I think that the best way to create knowledge is by the conversation and debate. I always try to develop critical thinking in the students. The theoretical part is very important. I urge the students to read and to write about you understand about the writters. Oral presentations are important to show you understand and know a topic.
In my teaching, I use a variety of approaches and styles. I use verbal, visual, and written instructions and tasks. If a student identifies a learning approach or style that best suits them, I can vary my approach to accommodate.
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 am aware that not every individual has the same learning style - what works for one student can hinder the success of another. Particularly in regard to the more nuanced disciplines, one size does not fit all -- an approach that the typical professor at a university fails to take into account. Learning is a process, one that is most effective when it is tailored to the individual student.
I like to work hand in hand with students in learning subjects. I try to make things easy as possible. I don't prefer learning methods where students are left without help that they need. learning should be fun after all.
Before i approach a subject , i asses the kind of students and capabilties that they demonstrate , according to that it will be structured methodology that cater to the competencies required by most institutions today but in a much more one to one basis
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 is student -teacher approach which allows every participants in the class to play an active role in the course of teaching and learning.
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 have a PhD in History from McGill University and extensive teaching experience. I always respond to the level of my students. I try to build their confidence while working to overcome their weaknesses, especially in terms of writing skills.
I believe in learning by doing so provide hands on experiences to learners. My extensive academic experience, supports student growth and learning. With creative pedagogy, technological skills and expertise on subject matter, my motive is to encourage rational thinking minds.
My teaching methods are related to real world experiences to better put things into perspective and allow for students to manipulate data as they see fit as it is my belief that there are no right or wrong answers as there are many sides to any one situation. Openness and free thinking out side of conspiracy theories are welcome.
Looking to tutor undergraduate or high school students in the field of political science, IR, history and current affairs. I am open to helping you with what area you need assistance in. I hold a Master of Science in International Relations and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and European Studies with a minor in History.
As an experienced teacher, supportive mentor and knowledgeable career advisor, I help my students make informed decisions about their exams, university choices and career paths. In doing so, I consider the students' motivations and skills in order to optimise their success.
I have been involved in education for over 40 years. My priority is to respond to the needs and requirements of every student so therefore my methodology is bound to vary according to the situation. It also means that often I have to adapt quickly to new situations which often occur after the start of a lesson.
Experienced in the teaching of French as a Foreign Language (FLE), I keep my students motivated through dynamic interactions. I offer bespoke classes based upon the objectives the students and I define beforehand.
I attach great importance to attention and listen to the students. So I adapted my method and my work to your desires, needs, gaps. And even your character! I have for supporting academic books, but also my own courses, novels or short stories, websites, and synthesis methodology sheets ... And if necessary the annals of patent and bachelor.
My teaching method is dependent on the needs of the student. I will spend the first hour discussing exactly what it is that the student is wanting from the tutoring: advice and guidance on what to read for commercial awareness, proofreading of job applications, or discussion of current changes in politics, international affairs, or law.
70% of my A-level students achieve A* or A grade. I'm an Oxford University graduate and a full-time professional tutor with many years experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? History, English Language, English Literature, Academic Writing, Entrance exams. I also offer academic proof reading for essays, dissertations, theses and articles.
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