Since my classes are based on students who are taking maths and physics in high school (preferably Grade 9 - 11) , I will be mostly focusing on explaining all the different concepts as well as teaching how to perform calculations effectively.
I believe the best teaching method is one where problems can be simplified for students. A typical class would see the student learn the step by step method to learning how to solve problems which would enable the student to have a greater understanding of the subject and be able to solve any problems they are faced with.
I teach at the speed the student is capable of learning at to make sure there is full understanding on their part. For planned, upcoming lessons I structure the duration of the lesson and thoroughly go through all concepts involved. Because I am a student myself, I recognize the need to take breaks and not overload on information. I tutor for grades 10 and under in maths and sciences.
I like to use analogies and practice examples to help my students. I think note taking is important for review, but not necessary for teaching. I also want to help students solidify the information they learn in their classes at school.
I encourage students to ask proper questions in order to solve problems. Also, I am familiar with the textbooks used in high school since I previously taught in Ontario.
First, I will let the student solve a question and try to help steer the student's methodology in solving the question. I'm able to lower myself into my student's perspective (as I was a high school student only a year ago) and I am also a good listener which helps me teach.
The idea is to get the student to understand the root concept. Learning must be as much fun as possible. The student must be stimulated.
As a past cegep and high school student and current University student, I know how the system works. I will be able to teach you the course while also making sure you understand why you are learning the class. I've been a tutor for 5 years, I can teach you all the tricks in the book ;).
My teaching style is based on respect, openness and communication. I practice what is called "Participatory Learning". Instead of simply stating the correct answers, students are invited to figure the problems out for themselves, drawing from their own life experiences.
My methodology is simple: first, I get to know your career goals. Second, we figure out how to achieve those goals by drawing broad strategies. Third, we agree on the contribution Mathematics and/or Physics will make towards your career goals. And then we start from there our journey. Every concept in a topic is linked to your ultimate career goal.
I'm totally flexible with the student demand. I have a complete knowledge of mathematics, calculus and statistics disciplines. Classes focus on increasing level of exercises from te most basic concepts to the most complex. Objective to fit to the student demands.
I'm in high school and my friends usually ask me for help when they don't know somenthing. I obviously don't know everything, but I try my best to try to explain things in a way the person will understand.
By relating the subject and topics with their live examples .Thereby raising their interest in that field . Also by giving more explained and more in depth knowledge about that topic helping the child to have better understanding of the topic.
Pour atteindre vos objectif, des exercices nombreux, des problèmes plus ou moins complexes et des explications des notions de cours forment le corps d'un de mes cours particuliers. Je suis a l'écoute de mes élèves afin d'adapter au mieux mes leçons.
Firstly i will go to the basics of from where that thing came. After that, make interest of students in that particular topic means in what way student likes to cooperate in the class so that a student will not face any difficulty in that thing.
Highly structured with increasing difficulty with practical application of a problem covering fundamentals and underlying logic. Regular practice to self design short-cut and mental math.
C'est le véritable défi de l'enseignement! Comment faire apprendre quelque chose à quelqu'un alors que tout le monde apprend d'une manière différente? Pour ma part, je pense que la compréhension de la matière de base (peu importe le domaine) est essentiel avant de se lancer dans des modèles plus poussés.
As a tutor, I make the student explain their first thoughts on how to attack a problem. I like seeing the student's first intuition. This is beneficial as well for the student as to not create a dependency on the tutor simply giving them the answer. It helps develop confidence in making their own ideas and seeing them through.
I am a Certified Teacher, Masters of Education, and have more than 10 years experience teaching and tutoring math. I tutor everything up to University level, but my favourite type of math is probability.
My basic tutoring approaches include: - Guiding students (with questions) to discover principles/methods for themselves -Start with simple problems, and use them to build up to understanding the theory or more complicated problems.
I teach based on what the student would like to learn during the session, as I do more with the tutoring, rather than giving class. I provide insight into a better way of looking at math problems, and setting up, and reading physics and chemistry problems. I prefer if students come with questions, and a goal oriented outcome of the session.
Two of my teaching methods are- school cycle: Learn and run, and life cycle: Jump and learn. I have a very flexible teaching style. My approach is very adaptable to the student needs and learning speed. Comfortable teaching high school students as well as University students.
My teaching methods are, 1. Start with basics and covering curricullum chapters. 2. Explaining each and every topic and giving Practice questions. 3. Quiz as formative Assessment after each chapter 4. Final assessment after each unit. 5. Revision and more practice if student facing problems.
My teaching methods are flexible depending on student needs. I would prefer to base it on material given by the student for school, but if needed can provide additional material. What I find useful is to go through the problem solving process together, that way I can help identify how to best help the student.
I start with solidifying conceptual understanding first, and then mathematical procedures. It provides students with more meaningful learning experiences, and helps with remembering and understanding the purpose of the content.
I identify each individuals strengths and weaknesses, and then tailor my style to them. I usually take a friendly approach and strongly believe that any student can pass and my job is to get them there. I also believe that students are capable of more than they know.
My teaching sessions consist of thoroughly explaining the content, going through examples of problems together and allowing the student to try some practice questions on their own to test their knowledge. I am very approachable, attempt to answer any questions my students have and try to show my students tricks for remembering and understanding difficult concepts.
My teaching methodology is highly student centered, helping student to reach the problem with different approaches so that he can develop the analytical and critical thinking to solve problem. Teaching the student in his/her way sets me apart from others.
I usually teach students techniques to answer questions instead of memorizing them. I deeply believe in 'Practise makes perfect', so my teaching approach is to be diligent in doing practices. Although I am pretty strict in teaching and setting deadlines, I love to joke around and give rewards if students have achieved what they should have based on their abilities.
My teaching methods focus on clarity, I believe that students learn best when a term or formula is broken down in to different components. As a student I learn best by grasping the foundation of every step, which allows me to then visually understand it as a whole.
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