My style of teaching blends the interests of my students’ needs with curriculum-appropriate methods. I engage students by being interactive, conducting brainstorming sessions and focusing on experiential learning. I believe that every individual deserves to be valued and recognized for 'who he/she is'.
A teacher of writing and literacy needs to know each student's competencies. I use the Socratic approach, encouraging both answers and questions. The student's age, literacy level, education, occupation and goals determine the beginning. Depending on class size and duration, concepts involving structure, theme, planning, plot, character development, designing your essay.
I've been teaching English literature for last twenty years and my methodology is to teach literature in a way that students are involved. I believe teaching is a fun but that fun should be created by a wonderful producer of a play.
Les cours sont organisés soit en fonction du niveau de l'étudiant, soit en fonction de ses requêtes, si le besoin est précis et ponctuel. La durée du cours est de 1h minimum. Les cours sont ouverts aux élèves de l'école secondaire et aux étudiants à l'université.
I meet you at your level and get to know you as a learner and a person. We build a teacher-student relationship based on trust, fun, engagement, and delight-based learning. We have fun and explore your needs and focus on your strengths to make you the best learner you can be.
I briefly outline my lessons and course outcomes. I lecture on specific topics encouraging the students to learn by research. In addition to set lessons, I bring in other relevant texts to provide the student with the full context of what he/she is reading.
I focus on true understanding over rigid mechanics, and my goal is to make you grasp the purpose of your work. We will approach each project as a problem to be solved. Working from goal to reality, I hope to make education meaningful and USEFUL.
I have wanted to be a teacher from the moment that I entered junior kindergarten at 3 ½ years old; the well-used chalkboard hanging on the wall of my childhood bedroom will attest to that. From the moment I was old enough to, I volunteered myself for as many opportunities to work with children as I could.
I base my tutoring sessions on the needs of the specific student. I like to have a discussion with both the parents and the child in order to gain more insight on those specific academic needs. I like to build a positive and fun relationship with my students based on mutual respect and a positive attitude toward learning.
My teaching philosophy hinges on the individual student's needs. Every youth has their own unique way of learning. It's not about how smart they are, but how they are smart. With that in mind I focus on skill building, and teaching ways of thinking and questioning. From there I scaffold knowledge and understanding, building on previous lessons.
As someone who strives to be as effective of a teacher as I can be in the future, I have developed a style of teaching that takes into consideration the strengths and weaknesses of the students I am am working with. I ensure that any student I work with is dealt with fairly and companionably, and structure all my lessons in a way that will ensure I can get the best out of anyone I am working with.
I tailor learning to meet individual student's needs. First I gather as much information about a student as possible, using records, testing, interviews, portfolio statements, parent information and behaviour/work habits checklists and anecdotals.
My methodology is goal-oriented and focused on the specific needs and requirements of the student. I do not believe in rigid or systematic approaches to learning, but prefer to develop a curriculum and course of action that provides interest and practical application to the learner. I want to work with you to formulate and execute a lesson plan that will be of maximum benefit.
I have taught students from diverse backgrounds and skill levels in small groups, individually, and in larger classrooms. I use appropriate resources to create a customized learning environment. Using a student-centred approach to education, I personalize learning and tailor lessons and instructional style to each student’s needs.
I like to teach with an open mind and listening to the needs and ideas of my students. I believe that there is no wrong or right answer, all paths should be explored. The classes are meant for Grades 8-12 and Undergraduate students.
By using the students current educational materials, I can determine how well they understand it by having them read their current assignments and assisting them with Them. With them reading out loud the material I can assist them in developing techniques in which they can gain comprehension improve reading speed which translates into being an able writer.
I base my teaching on students' needs and goals. I believe adult learners should guide their own learning and as a teacher, I develop lessons which address the gaps I perceive in writing, speaking and reading skills. If tutoring is required for a specific English course, lessons would be built around the expectations for that course. I work with students on assignments to ensure success.
I base my classes based on the students needs. Some students need more instruction and help understanding the material, and I will find ways to help them do so. Other students need more of a sounding board to discuss things to work out a problem. I also use studying tools like flash cards, study guides and use tips and tricks that have worked for me in the past.
As someone who required a tutor in math throughout high school, I understand how important it is to be patient with a student. I base my teaching methods on familiarizing myself with the specific needs of the student by identifying what their strengths and weaknesses are. My lessons are aimed for students in grades 6 to 12.
Classes focus on improving language and vocabulary and is aimed towards high school aged students who are actively looking to improve on their writing mechanics. College and university level students may also benefit from lessons which seek to assess writing capability and work from there.
I believe that learning should be fun and never intimidating, that is why I approach tutoring with a positive and encouraging attitude. I will utilize flash cards, work books, and creative play to ensure that the learning process is engaging and productive.
My teaching style includes assessing a student's individual needs and providing work that challenges them. I like to tailor a student's learning materials to their personality and interests as much as possible, such as creating assignments that incorporate a topic or something they enjoy, like a favourite TV show or sport, in order to keep their interest.
- I see what the student wants in our lessons - if they have specific needs for the lesson - I assess strengths and weaknesses and work with them to better the lesson - I try to keep things compelling and entertaining - a modern approach to things - experience with children with ADHD and autism
The first meeting is partly diagnostic. I request students to bring a writing sample (anything they wish to work on!) and we discuss the students' concerns. After reading the sample, I determine which areas the student is struggling the most with.
-I approach my classes with creativity, flexibility and fun! -I can approach this subject with a great knowledge in speech and language, and literacy. -Can tailor these classes specific to each student. -These classes are meant for students ages 3-18 years.
My teaching methods often depend upon how much guidance my students need to help them reach their learning goals. For most of my lessons, I employ the Exploratory Strategy, because it gives my students agency over their own learning.
My teaching methods involve using personalized lessons for students, and introducing strategies that will help them improve both their grades and their ability to work on their own so that eventually, tutoring will no longer be required.
Each class will be divided into two parts: Theory: Develop fundamental skills in storytelling, structure, character, format, and genre. Students will also learn the best way to outline and flesh out their ideas before heading into writing their first draft. Basically, I will guide you through every step in bringing your story to life.
I have experience working in large classes of 21-23 students but have also worked with students in smaller groups. I like to have an open classroom where there is the possibility of experiential learning. I would ideally be tutoring Middle School students and High School students one on one or in small groups.
My methodology is to address your questions and to walk with you through the obstacles you are experiencing.
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