My classes are designed both to help students with specific problems and to give them general knowledge on the subjects at hand. A typical class would go over subjects being learned, have a questions and speaking period, and then have time for homework.
My philosophy is to meet students where they are at. It isn't about how smart they are, but how they are smart. I start with diagnostics to determine a students abilities, strengths and areas for improvement, then build on skills, thinking strategies, and questioning. From there I scaffold knowledge and understanding, building with each lesson.
My teaching methods entirely depend on the student. I am incredibly adaptable and will find a means of teaching that best suits your own personal learning abilities. I have been a student and understand that one method of learning does not apply to everyone.
These classes are targeted to other Criminology students or students in Social sciences , but are not limited to them since everyone has the right to learn.
My teaching methods are dependant on the student, I prefer individual interaction because it lets me gage how the person learns.
Whether you are learning Canadian History, Medieval History, Archaeology or Anthropology, I teach with enthusiasm and knowledge and approach teaching from a fresh perspective. I believe students learn through inspiration, empowerment and practical application. I offer challenging and practical approaches to teaching.
My classes are mainly for high school students (grades 10 to 12) who are having difficulty with history. I will help them by going through thing thoroughly and helping them with note taking. I grew up never liking the idea of history, but after my grade 10 history class, everything changed and I believe that it all depends on the teacher and how passionate they are about the subject.
My teaching methods include comprehensive examination of class and reading materials. I discuss with students in which way these two lines of information are connected.
I want to engage my students on more than just an academic level when it comes to history. I have a passion for studying the multitudes of human experience that come up when studying history as a subject. I'd like to instil in my students the same passion that I have so they not only do well academically but enjoy the learning process.
I base my classes on the knowledge of my students and plan to start in a way that they can understand it without being too complicated. I believe in order to effectively tutor a topic like history and social studies, we need to ensure that the students understand all sides of the argument.
I am very flexible and outgoing. I really enjoy the use of incorporating technology for students to augment their auditory, visual, and kinestetics skills when learning. You need to know what you're learning, why it is important, and how you can practically apply your knowledge and skills once you've learned something new.
I approach the teaching subjects with structure and flexibility to teaching the material to different grade levels. A typical class will have a short lecture on the material and some fun and hands-on activities to ensure the student gets the most out of their learning.
Teaching methods include engaging students in subjects at a personal level such as using real world, current applications for comparison; one on one or small class size, for high school students. Preferably in a comfortable space such as a public library or in student's homes.
I design each program as to the needs of the students teaching style, such as visual, textile or through listening techniques. I let the student dictate the pace of the program. I love teaching youth and adults, 14 to 80.
I believe in instilling in every student that a knowledge of history is of vital importance to them as the key to understanding the way in which human beings shape the world around them, but I also believe in doing it in the most encouraging and engaging way. I don't expect students to know ahead of time, as a teacher I expect to enlighten, not lecture.
I am a laidback teacher. I like to structure the classes for whatever it is that the students need and how they learn. I have taught children, teenagers, and adults before, all at various levels of understanding of different subjects. I like to have interactive classes, with an emphasis on discussion and to help the students realize their own opinions on the subjects and to practice themselves.
As a creative mind myself, I like to take a creative approach to my classes, and I am extremely flexible and happy to cater to my student's individual learning styles! I enjoy finding the humour in situations, and I am openly supportive of marginalized communities. I have the most experience working with high school-aged students but I am more than willing to take on students of all ages.
I do most of my tutoring over the phone, with face cam or online . However, I am willing to meet in person if you wish. My lessons tend to be more for those who are in high school or junior high.
Academic writing requires a lot of time, practice and feedback. Feedback gives you an opportunity to gain an outside perspective on your work and can identify issues you may not notice yourself. Receiving feedback can help with structure and flow of your work.
I follow the Montessori pedagogy in fostering independence which can be used for both children and adults. I have a calm approach to teaching that includes giving students time to think and explore their options through the lessons. I am extremely organised and find it easy to create lesson plans and long term educational goals to reach throughout classes.
An international student that loves history and politics. I teach with passion and am well-organized. I usually make mini-lessons with slides or useful lecture notes. I can help in note-taking and homework. I love curiosity and discussion. I have experience teaching classes in Cambodia as volunteering and one-on-one tutoring.
I believe in instruction that fosters a comfortable environment and productive learning. My emphasis is not on simply memorization of facts, but on deeper understandings of facts and their connection to course concepts. This will in turn create stronger learning and better test results.
My classes would be unique due to my down to earth methods and the ideology that every student learns at their own pace and in their own way
I typically approach tutoring by helping individuals with concepts they have come across in class and perhaps need more understanding. I am able to provide extra resources, clarification, and assistance in homework as needed, as well as offer study tips. I am also open to collaborating with students in order to find the most suitable way of learning for their individual needs.
Hello to everyone, I graduated in philosophy first in Italy (three years), then I got a master's degree and a doctorate in Germany. My philosophical preparation ranges from ancient philosophy to contemporary philosophy. I wrote on the Renaissance philosophy, graduating on Wittgenstein's thought, and I published a book on Foucault.
Currently, hold a BA History degree with a minor in Classical Civilizations with graduate coursework in History. Pursuing teaching certification and MA in History, and later MA in Ancient Mediterranian Studies. Classes: U.S History to 1877, U.S History after 1877, 20th Century U.S.
I think everything can be learned in a fun way. In my opinion, this technique is the most effective. Therefore, I like to tackle a theme by supporting my examples on popular culture references because they are accessible. Involving the student by having debates, for instance, seems very important to me as well. This allows them to learn while making their own opinion.
When it comes to mythology, I love finding and reading different variations of myths (particularly those between cultures) and examining how they were influenced by the culture itself. However, I try to make my teaching method as unique as possible, through the integration of videos, games and other materials designed to keep the attention of students.
My approach to teaching is derived from my ability to communicate well with my students. I do my best to differentiate how I deliver content based on how my students learn most effectively. I always ensure that whoever I am helping has a full understanding of the content before moving on to the next stage, and that the information being delivered is relevant and relatable for them personally.
Philosophy classes for high school students and/or pre-university entrance examination/ENEM. Lectures with reading of works of Philosophy and History of Philosophy, besides auxiliary texts and commentaries on the fundamental points of each author studied, with more focus on related authors in evaluations, vestibular and ENEM.
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