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.
I bring together the literature involved in an easy-to-digest approach by letting my students read excerpts of the readings and discussing them face to face until the idea or concept is understood. In case the student has little to no experience in the area, I approach it from a genealogical standpoint which allows for a basic chronologic, yet thorough understanding of the concepts.
My teaching method is based on the students needs. As a student I found that I was able to retain more information based on hearing and then doing. However, every student is not like me, and all students are unique. Therefore, I believe that teaching to the student individually will help the student succeed more.
My classes are based on a tutorial framework. Preparatory reading(s) are assigned prior to a lesson in which the readings' topics are discussed and contextualized according to the lesson's focus. Students are encouraged to bring questions to discuss during the lesson.
I love to use plenty of real-world examples to make philosophy come alive, and I strive to connect the events of the history with those of today. It was through these methods of teaching and learning that I came to love these subjects. I hope to tutor grades 11 and 12, and first and second year university students.
I work to make sure my students have a thorough understanding of the material through a variety of different learning techniques: short written responses; question and answer sessions; creating new examples to explore difficult concepts. It is important to me to understand the different obstacles to understanding faced by different students and to work through those together.
My teaching methods vary with the subject being taught and the student(s) who I am teaching. I do not believe that there is anything like a one-size-fits-all approach that can be successful when teaching.
My approach/ Methodology towards teaching Psychology is two fold: First, structurally letting the students grasp the fundamentals of a particular topic. secondly, I encourage them to give their inputs on the topic and then co-relate the two.
My classes are meant for students that are just starting to learn about philosophy. I can help them understand arguments from other philosophers with diagrams and other examples. I can also help high school philosophy students with being able to decide if an argument is valid or invalid.
When teaching Psychology, some of the literature can be boring. I engage the student, ask them what they think about various psychological theories in a way that promotes memory consolidation, and allows the student to participate rather than sit in a chair and scroll through Instagram.
My teaching method is student centered and discussion based. I begin class with getting a feel for what the students are interested in and what they might already know. Each class is based around a particular topic and students are encouraged to read one of the provided readings before class as it helps with the flow of discussion.
I base my classes on the need of the student(s). It is completely designed through them to obtain the most benefit. My methods involve assignments, lectures, and presentations however, I allow the student to lead the way being as specific as possible.
I find out what a student's goals are, what their present understanding of the subject is, and how much time they can give to studying. From there I learn more about the student as a person, and assess what best suits their learning style. This includes assessing and developing good study habits.
My teaching methods are dependant on the student, I prefer individual interaction because it lets me gage how the person learns.
I like to follow the Socratic method of educating whereby I pose questions to students, discuss their responses with them, and use the content of their responses to challenge them further on their understanding of a given subject and/or question.
I have a diverse knowledge set in science and humanities, particularly psychology, biology, sociology, and philosophy. I know the most relevant information in these topics so I will get straight to the point and tell you exactly what you need to know in order to be successful in your course.
My teaching methods are geared towards upper high school and first/second year university students studying humanities and arts. In a typical class we'll cover a selected reading/assignment that includes interpretation, main points and detail discussion as well as practical integration into everyday situations.
I know that every child is different. That's why I cater every tutoring session according to each child's needs. I use a variety of methods such as visualizations, videos, activities, metaphors, walk through lessons, group work and individual worksheets. I am patient, dedicated, hardworking, smart, and creative. I can assist students from all ages and levels.
I am a flexible teacher, I believe that it is important for students to have fun while learning. As such, I try to shape lessons in such a way that will engage the particular interests of each student while meeting their learning objectives. I offer in person classes in Ottawa, but also live lessons via Skype or Zoom if it is more convenient.
I talk to the class and get them to ask questions and argue logic with them....i enjoy talking about logic....as people understand only the path thy have walked ....as they live in their own reality bubble ........we tend to miss alot..........
His teaching style is catered to the student's needs with a depth of knowledge from which to draw. This allows him to engage in role playing games to demonstrate the dynamics of a given historical event. Brandon is able to teach all ages of students.
I approach my lessons with a flexibility towards my students needs. If you are struggling to understand a particular concept in your English class or are unsure how to write a good introduction, we can focus on the particular issue for as long as it takes for you to be confident.
My teaching pedagogy is one that is tailored to the needs of students; each student has a particular learning style and approach to academia, and I make a point of adapting my pedagogy and methodology to each student's learning style. I believe that the best teaching environments are those that create healthy relationships and render a welcoming context in which to learn.
I use an equal portion of power points, video/visual segments, readings and interactive activities with regular Q & A throughout the lesson so students are constantly are engaged. I normally teach grades 10-12 but am flexible I can tailor lessons to suit the needs of the individual student.
My name is Brittney and I have graduated with a BA (honours) in Psychology and a minor in Philosophy. I have been passionate about both subjects since I was in high school, and hope to spark this same passion in high school students today. My teaching method is simple: concise lecture notes given in context, and one-on-one help for students who need more personal assistance.
I teach to enlighten and to students engaged with critical thinking skills. I tailor my style to the learner as much as possible. I have mostly taught in the traditional lecture classroom but also via other methods such as online.
My approach to teaching is rooted in feedback and communication. There must be excellent communication to get the information across in digestible ways. Additionally, providing proper feedback helps students learn what needs to be focused on in greater detail. I am open to both providing lesson plans or working through students existing assignments and materials.
Everyone is different. My teaching style is similar to what I am teaching. In order to communicate properly you must understand the person you are communicating with first. My teaching style will reflect the personality of the person I am teaching.
My classes are meant for first-year university students or high school students. I take an interdisciplinary approach to teaching, making connections between various fields of study. I also like to teach interactively as opposed to spitting out information. That means I like to have two-way conversations with my students to test their knowledge and critical thinking skills.
Utilise l'oral (cours magistral) et le visuel. Support visuel tel que Power Point et explication stimulantes. Tout pour que ce soit intéressants (et non ennuyeux). / Use oral explanations and visual support like Power Point.
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