*Teaching methods include real life examples, interactive methodologies, Interesting lectures and demonstrations. *Primarily focus on maintaining balance between practical and theoretical knowledge. *Believes in improving understanding of core concepts so that students can easily solve complex problems.
I teach by examples and explanations. The best way to learn a subject or concept in my experience is through repetition, especially in sciences or mathematics. It is also very important to remember the simple basics of each subject to provide a full understanding of concepts, therefore I put a strong emphasis on mastering the basics.
My teaching methodology is pretty friendly i like to relate the physics problems to the practical life so that its very easy for students to grasp an remember for long time Just like if i want student to teach about gravity i would drop an apple and would tell him how it works
Is basically what my students needs. I like to elaborate things in details way not in short. I interact with my students as there friend because this is the way I think a student can broad up and discuss things more easily.
I do my best to give a clear and accurate explanation. I am concise, without omitting important information, and I try to give multiple perspectives, if possible. I find analogies to be helpful sometimes, for example in the explanation of circuit theory, and I give real world examples to help motivate learning.
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 would participate in understanding the problem area of a student and would tailor my teaching methods accordingly. These classes are meant for school students up till High School. A class with me would most likely allow you to associate mathematical and physics concepts to our daily life examples hence registering them in the minds forever.
While teaching I try my best to illustrate a physical law or mathematical fromula with a real world example. I take great pains in ensuring student build confidence in problem solving, because that is where the real learning comes from. Speaking of my philosophy, I I believe, a teacher's real success lies in making him unnecessary to his student over time.
When I am teaching a new chapter, I will clarify the purpose and learning goals so they know what they should have learnt at the end of the class. I will use questions that can stimulate response and invite students’ comments on the ideas that I am presenting. I will help students to master the language of Chemistry and trains students to find answers and solutions through exploration.
Over the years I learned how to make chemistry fun for my students. In the process, it gave me great pleasure to observe how many students would transition from shaky chemistry knowledge skills towards a solid base, which allowed to them to continue to the next level.
Firstly, I try to identify where students are struggling before making a study plan that will help them to achieve the grades that they wish to achieve. I focus on comprehension rather than memorization.
I base my classes on your level of understanding of chemistry and start from there. We explore the problems that are holding you back and work together to achieve a mutual understanding of the answers and how we achieved them. We then review the process in achieving the answers to make sure that you understand completely how the answers were reached and try to have fun throughout the process.
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.
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.
My teaching methods are simplicity, fun and flexibility. I am seeking to teach high school students Chemistry and feel that as someone with knowledge of chemistry and work experience in a Chemical Plant it will be easier for me to explain certain things to the student.
I base my tutoring lessons around the individual student. What we practice and work on is based on the students needs. I try to show students how chemistry is a part of their everyday life and show them why chemistry is important. I like to get to know the students on a personal level as I like to teach according to the students personality and abilities.
My teaching methods are very interactive. A typical lesson would include a presentation with incorporated questions, a question answer period and a small quiz at the end to verify the concepts were understood. I teach using a auditory, visual, tactile approach.
Coming from a very advanced mathematics background, I have learned to approach problems with understanding and recognition of the subject beforehand. Thus, my tutoring will consist of theory comprehension followed with some tackling of challenging problems. I believe that a great tutor must first hold the pupil's attention in order to teach the lesson and attain great results.
I am flexible to adopting different methods depending on the students needs and interests. I believe that every student has his/her own way of learning and its best to develop a method that meets the needs of an individual student.
My methods for teaching are simple, I offer my own learning tools with emphasis on completion, step by step, of actual problems.
I have previously tutored privately and have also been involved in the founding of an AP tutoring company. I rely heavily on practice problems and learning the fundamentals for mathematical/physic's class's.
Education * PhD Chemistry August 2006 - December 2011 Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA * BS Chemistry June 1998 - April 2002 University of the Philippines, Diliman, QC, Philippines Teaching and Mentoring Experience * In-home and online tutor (2017 – present) * Undergraduate and high school research mentor (2006...
I usually believe in teaching my students with scenario-based examples. Practical knowledge is much more important than mugging up theoretical book stuff. The regular knowledge test is a must. I like to have one on one classes. I don't prefer my students to take stress about studies, I like to make it more fun and enjoyable.
My teaching methods will be based on practical oriented. I try to relate most of the concepts with real life examples, whichever is possible.
My teaching method is "learning by doing" and "problem solving approach" thus providing knowledge at understanding level to all the students. I want all the students to understand all the concept and become perfect in them by regular practice and hard work.
I tutor in a way that is customized for every student. I explain things in a way that the student will not feel a burden to memorize things. I would explain things by using visuals, real life examples and relating concepts.
My teaching methods are pretty classic : after trying to understand the concept by explaining definitions and theorems, you start doing exercises in order to master the subject. I'll try to make sure that the student fully understands everything before moving on to the next thing, no matter how much time it takes. My classes are meant for everyone in middle school or high school.
I like to link the real world with engineering problems. I believe students learn more when they know how that information can be used in the real life. Also presenting the same idea in different formats, help students choose the method that better work for them.
As a tutor, I wish to approach any subject the same: start off by determining the bigger picture (i.e. what the problem may be), then explore the necessary tools in order to solve said problem. This way, the problem may seem less stressful and way more manageable.
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