I teach high school math and physics. My method is to teach these subjects as a philosophy. I don't just tell them how to do a certain problem. I teach them to think why they have to do it that certain way. I try to make students think for themselves so that they can become more independent.
I approach my tutoring sessions with structure. I look at the questions the student has difficulty with and I provide examples similar to those questions with step by step explanations of how to solve them. I am a good communicator, am patient and use different approaches to make sure concepts are understood.
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've been training teams for years, making people more diligent with their tasks, saving time and orienting them to the results. My value proposition is basically the transference of my knowledge and experience in different sectors of business to my students.
My teaching practice is based on a holistic approach to learning mathematics and science. I take great care in reducing frustration and anxiety in my learners, so they may have a rewarding and enjoyable learning experience. I utilize special techniques with a wide range of learners (Grades 9-12) to facilitate their learning experience.
Through my many years of tutoring I have learnt how to build a multi-faceted approach focusing on visual and verbal learning, using diagrams and demonstrations to allow students to reach the best understanding they can. I am patient, outgoing, and enthusiastic, and use real life examples and 'fun facts!' to keep students engaged and interested in their subject.
My teaching methods are activity, demonstration and I make my lessons child-centered. I approach each subject with the aim of making every student understand.
I believe analogy is the best kept secrets in education. It will be often used in my class to facilitate students learning. I would give my students a lot of encouragement to create a rewarding learning environment and let learning happen, after all nine tenths of education is encouragement .
I usually offer a first introductory session (free of charge), just to asses the needs of the student and whether we are potentially a good fit.
My teaching method aim for a thorough understanding of theorems, formulas and algorithms, and make students know not only what are the theorems, but also the ideas behind all these theorems. I wish to give my students an attach to complete similar tasks or problems by themselves in the future.
My method of teaching: >Make student understand the fundamental concept clearly >Address his questions and clear any confusion. >Explain the practical applications of the theory taught. >Help him solve the practice questions effectively and review them making corrections and giving feedback >Make sure the mistakes made were explained and overcome them providing overall conceptual strength.
I am looking to teach math and/or science to elementary and high school students. I am a flexible teacher and try to work with each student's personal needs. A typical class consists of help with homework and assignments or reviewing for an upcoming test.
I base my teaching methods on the requirements of students. Understanding the students learning methodologies and reading culture will help my preparation to help the student better the performance. Involving the student and ensuring the students participation are my strengths.
Science is hard to teach for people with no imagination and creativity. I make constant use of analogies to associate scientific topics with daily life to enable the students understand the complicated topics easily. I have 10+ years of teaching experience to diverse student profiles. My teaching methods and skills have been observed and rated as A+ by Temple University where I had my PhD.
I believe any student who has the desire to learn can excel in Math, Physics, and Chemistry! I start by explaining the basic concepts in each chapter with multiple examples. I give rules, steps, and methods to help solve questions which I have developed through my experience as a tutor. After this, I give students handouts to give them a lot of practice.
Being good at Mathematics my entire life, I have always tried to break down the logic, foundation, and question into simple step by step approach. This methodology has helped me to use simple examples to convey each step, which ultimately has resulted in building a sound foundation.
My teaching methods include carefully analyzing the question and piecing out the problem through numbered steps. I usually write helpful formulas on the side and I guide the person in completing the solution to understand the concepts. I always try to enforce practicing similar problems in order to strengthen thinking.
My teaching methods include a variety of steps. Firstly, I always judge the level of education student. Secondly, I will check what is the best way a student can grasp a knowledge, making sure that he/she can become intensive learner.
My teaching method is I try to make the student understand the core concept of what he is currently studying so that he can better understand whatever he is having trouble with. I consolidate the basis of what is being taught and build up from there. I like to use analogies and graphic representations to help my students visualise and integrate the course.
In teaching physics, I prefer to make an accent on a good intuitive understanding of background (like classical mechanics, classical optics, Maxwell' equations) altogether with using of high math in physics. One of the specific subjects: discussion of the unexpected relation of physics with math theory of optimization, neural networks.
My teaching techniques vary from one individual to the next, as I understand everyone is different and have different needs. I generally would begin a class or session by asking what the individual would like me to teach or misunderstands. After the individual believes he or she understands this I would then start doing practice questions to make sure they know what they are doing.
My teaching methods are visual and imagination. My teaching style is more related to real life and I like to relate the material to real lives. When I was teaching Grade 12 Physics, I prefer using their daily hands-on skills and principles the student may come across during their daily work.
I am very flexible with the way student wants to learn. My objective is to make learning more fun and creative so that the concepts stick forever with the students. My teaching methods sometimes may look nonconventional, but trust me - It will be very valuable and will help you a lot in the future.
I first try to find out what the student's doubt is. After that, I elaborate examples and demonstrate how to resolve the issue. Always looking for the simplest way to solve. After that, I elaborate several exercises for the student to do alone! And inquire into his level of understanding after my explanation.
Depending on the student, I have either taught whatever the student asked for(e.g. homework, exam prep, special areas to focus on), or developed a structured curriculum myself. Can specialize the curriculum to best meet the student's needs. I focus on intuitive understanding rather than spoonfeeding information and brute memorization.
My teaching style is individualized attention to detail and make math's understandable by logic such as brainstorming. I make class lively, interactive and focus on healthy competition in class. A typical class of mine will demonstrate an example followed by a self -solving question of similar type with time limit. What makes my teaching style unique is that, no matter what IQ level you have.
My first and most important aim in a class is that students like the topics and enjoy discussion and interaction on the issues. So I always try to bring up examples of real life, which helps students to easily understand even very hard concepts of physics and math.
Assisted up to ten children per station during small-group learning periods.Specialized as an individual tutor by simplifying math concepts while coaching students to think critically to solve problems.Created and administered weekly quizzes and monthly tests to track student progress.ensure maximum participation of the children.provide knowledge at the understanding level.
My main philosophy when teaching the natural sciences is to first develop an understanding of what motivates the topic in question before approaching the details. A common-sense understanding of the problem at hand gives us the intuition we need to make connections between concepts. With this foundation, we can approach problems in a number of different ways.
I am currently a high school student who has completed first year university mathematics in addition to placing well in math contests. Being a high school student myself, I can relate to students while helping them understand concepts. At the same time, I can enrich their experience to ensure they are well prepared in school.
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