I rotate between a few key teach methods, depending on what works best for the student, as I know that each person has a unique learning style. For example, I may use a listen and scribe approach or a learning by doing approach, etc.
Having received tutoring in the past, I know the impact a good tutor can have. I believe that the job of a tutor is to understand the students strengths and weaknesses, create enthusiasm, and explain concepts from multiple perspectives.
I will use a comprehensive, baseline assessment to determine students' strengths and weakness, what core skills they are missing. I will prepare individualized materials and use practical examples whenever possible to help students to build the basic skills and be able to progress. I will give students can-do tasks and lots of positive reinforcement.
I help my my students understand the concept and build their base on the subject so they can easily apply it to their work. This helps the students not only understand the problem but will help them solve and understand future problems as well.
At Fanshawe College, my standard teaching methodology is through small- and large-group PowerPoint lectures (avg. class size of 50) with in-class polling technologies, tutorials, and 1-on-1 meetings.
In my teaching process with multi cultural students and of different levels: 1- The target of the lesson 2- Objectives (will increase with the student's level) 3- An activity for 3 minutes related to the objective, to create an inquiry for the students 4- Examples and practice 5- Students working alone (different levels will have different work) 6- Plenary 7- Assignment
My methodology varies per individual: Initially, I engage in conversation with the student with the purpose of understanding their knowledge, strengths and weaknesses on the topic of discussion. Then, based upon the provided information, I formulate sequential and gradual lessons to help them start from what they know towards what they wish to know.
I like to approach teaching by using guided learning through the tutoring process, supplemented with help on related subjects or questions from work that may not pertain to the lesson at hand, but are still relevant. This way the student uses the tutor as a reference source and does not promote a "follow-the-leader" framework.
I like to teach complex subjects by relating them to simple or familiar concepts - we learn best when we can build off what we already know! And as Einstein said, "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"...
I start from the basics of the topic and go further step by step. I make sure that student understand the concept. I assign practice sums to check their understanding. I also uses different sources available on Internet. My classes are for primary or high school students.
Math is all about problem-solving using strategies. Sometimes, there's only one way to solve a problem, but many times there are multiple avenues to the answer. In my tutoring sessions, we model several strategies for understanding and exploring a concept, through the basic definitions and illustrating several examples.
It is my honest belief that anyone and everyone has the capacity to comprehend and solve mathematical and scientific problems at the highest level.
In private tutoring settings I prefer to teach students by relating challenging topics to things that they enjoy (through analogies, metaphors, etc). In addition to this, I can tailor my methods to whatever the students prefer, whether they are visual learners, prefer to read the material themselves and then discuss with me, or if they like to be taught in a formal lecture-like manner.
I believe that different individuals learn efficiently in different ways. Some individuals may require more tactile/ do-it-themselves type of learning with a guiding hand while some may require more of an example approach showing how to go through certain problems step-by-step. My methodology will vary with the individual depending on what type of learner the student is.
My techniques and teaching methods are based on strong analytical, problem solving, and interpersonal skills. I have the ability to break down theories and axioms into smaller entities which are easier for the student to interpret resulting in the student developing the essential analytical and problem solving skills to be a successful math student.
Based on experience, practice makes perfect (practicing problems that is)! Having a tremendous amount of experience in many areas of science, I can help you understand the fundamentals of your topic, something that reading theory cannot do for you. Your lessons will revolve around when you are available, your learning pace, and your skill level.
The teacher’s primary role is to coach and facilitate student learning and overall comprehension of the material and to measure student learning through both formal and informal forms of assessment, like group projects, student portfolios, and class participation.
I believe in strong basics of any subject matter and having a free thought process to learn. My thorough understanding of Mathematics & Physics coupled with my teaching style ensures a good learning experience. My teaching methods are to ensure the fundamentals are strong. I prefer expanding problem solving and reasoning skills. A typical class would consist of, 1. Pre-class survey. 2.
My teaching method focuses on understanding the big picture of mathematics and statistics. Solving practice problems come second to first grasping the intuition behind the modern methods of math and stats.
I base my classes on subject's structure, logic and practice. The approach for teaching in my class is practice with logic so that students do not have to memorize and collaborating with student to actively participate in learning process.
My teaching methods are practical based ,I do believe in realisation of the fact what i going to teach,i planned my lecturer before teaching,i prefer teaching tools. Every student has his/her prospective of learning so i teach accordingly.
My teaching method aim to make the subject as simple and relatable as possible, in other words I always start from the very basics. I believe that there is nothing that can't be taught; however, everybody has their own unique way of learning, so I adjust my way of teaching accordingly.
I always prepare extensively before each session. I start my teach by doing brief review about previous classes. After that I give a brief summary about what am I going to teach in the class, outline of the lecture. After that I start lecturing. I always try to make students engage in the class. I also try to encourage them to ask if they have any questions.
Although my methodology is more a high tech approach, I believe some learning styles require a physical presence and interaction between the instructor and the student. I see a teacher as a supportive persona who provides guidance and support for students throughout their learning process, rather than a sole authority figure.
I make subjects interesting for the students. Additional attention is given to students who have difficulty. I will train students to play with numbers.
My methodology includes approaches, such as clear explanation with examples which can be easily understood. I use my personal notes in my lessons in addition to study books. I explain an algorithm of solving a certain type of an equation. This algorithm can be used to solve many mathematical problems of that type. My students usually pass their exams with high marks.
I help the students to read , understand and write mathematics. My approach is to help you see mathematics as a language and get fluent at it. Once you are able to read mathematics , understand what it means, you will be able to go ahead and teach yourself. I can build the foundations.
My teaching methods vary from each individual, however I often use "teach by example" methods, as well as visual learning and better understanding on summary concepts.
I try to make mine lessons understandable to every student and co-relate every topic with common life to make it easy .I also make notes of the important topics which are very helpful for students in their exam time .
I understand the curriculum, set my strategy, understand the guidance required to each student and focus more on practice problems.
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