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.
My teaching method is simple yet effective: First of all, I look at your background in the topic and identify the gaps in your knowledge. I then explain the topic to you in order to strengthen your understanding, along with worked examples. Finally, I ask you about the topic in order to check your understanding, and answer any queries which you might have.
For Mathematics, I use problem solving methods with emphasis on practical application of maths in daily life. For teaching and learning of physics and chemistry usually I use experiment and observation methods.
My teaching methods vary depending on the person that I am working with. Usually, I start explaining exercises that were developed in class and then we go deeper into the subject by doing exercises from the study book.
My teaching methodology is based largely on both the Ontario and International Baccalaureate curriculums. I put the needs of my students first, where they direct the topics we spend time on. I work closely with you to determine where you need to spend the most time and then target those areas. Preparing for an exam? I have a lot of experience working with students on exam-preparation.
My students always excel in their exams as I concentrate more on teaching the concept and methodologies rather than just making them to prepare for grades. I strongly believe that not every student is same and each one have their own pace of learning. So, I try to analyze the best way to teach the student and then make them understand the concepts.
Less formula, more concept, efficient learning. It is not just a cliche. I always make my student to be self confident and believe they can do the next one on their own. I can understand that, you find difficulties in Math and Physics, but I believe mine is greater..
When I tutor, I try to make my lessons as interactive as possible by asking lots of questions, as I believe that greatly improves knowledge retention. If a question is answered incorrectly, I will work through the answer starting at a very basic level in order to ensure the underlying concepts of the question are well understood.
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.
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.
I believe in guiding students to help them come to realizations about the subject matter. I encourage independent thought and novel approaches to problems. I use many examples and like to make connections between different subjects. I primarily teach high school courses but can also tutor first-year university courses.
I believe that every student learns in a different way and finding a students strengths is the key to helping them become successful. By teaching them in a variety of ways one can understand if the student is a hands-on student or if they prefer to be an independent learner etc.. I help the student find their learning style and focus on it so that they can achieve the best possible results.
My teaching methods are graphical and innovative with fun games regarding the subject which helps students to learn very fast.I always try to help students understand the basics of a topic which is most important thing regarding any subject because if a student understands the basics or root of a topic its very easy for them to crack difficult problems regarding the topic.
I tend to help a student learn or better understand a concept in a way that would be most suitable for them, depending on how they would learn the best and how they like to learn, because everyone learns in different ways!
My methods for teaching will differ from student to student, to start a class I usually would like to get an understanding of what the student knows prior to the session, then start from there and base the class from that.
My method comprises of a solid theory followed by many examples. I usually start with simple examples and then build towards much more complicated examples. At the end of the topic, I provide the student with exercises that would cover the full scope of the topic.
My methodology is quite simple. First I put myself in the student's shoes and try to understand the problem from their prospective. This allows me to give unique and more impactful advice on how to change their thinking about the problem.
My teaching methods are based on bringing up inquisitiveness, creativity and questioning nature from child. No question is small in the learning and No child is ordinary. I respect every child and give the much needed attention patiently and like to extend the helping hand.
My teaching methods entail me leading you to the answer. I will teach you in such a way that you will find the answer yourself so that you will be able to do the set problem without my help in the future.
My teaching methods are oriented towards the improvement of a student's academic performance and vary accordingly. Most of my student requests are for mathematics and the Grades that I prefer to take are from 8th to 12th Grade in general.
I have no fixed approach to any particular subject. In general, I try not to present material in lecture format. I prefer to ask questions in an effort to understand the nature of what is giving a student difficulty and then provide feedback, guidance and suggestions to hopefully allow the student to arrive at their own understanding.
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.
In a training setting, when I get questions, I first try to figure out the 'why' of the question. Is the student missing information because the theory was not understood or studied effectively. Is it a matter of skill or experience in the case of solving for instance a mathematical problem. The 'why' answer determines the next steps in the training.
When I teach I like to start from the beginning and see what you know and how well you know it. Then I like to grow that knowledge and try to relate it as much as I can with the real world.
I think the teaching process is a mutual collaboration between the instructor and student(s), in which a dedicated and committed teacher must involve the student(s) in the learning process and encourage/direct the student(s) to become self-learners.
I have a passion of teaching Physics and mathematics. I have been teaching since Grade 10. I have taught in groups in a class room setting as well as individual. I always try to make the concepts of Physics very clear to students and try to create critical thinking in them. While teaching physics , I give examples and applications of these concepts in the real life.
I like to explain difficult concepts in simple ways. I use lots of visual tools such as graphing calculators, diagrams and videos to explain physics and math problems. I like to inspire the people that I work with to think in creative ways and prepare them to solve any complex problems.
Will not tell you answers but instead lead you through the problem so you can gain a deeper understanding of the subject material. Am very patient and don't mind dumb questions. A typical class will go over the requested material with example problems.
I always teach the student with examples and logic by asking logical and practical questions. I do teach beyond the study in the class by discussing students interest. My teaching methods and My humble attitude, satisfaction on students face after the class feels me good.
My teaching methods are based around facilitating learning. Teaching in the traditional sense from my experience is not effective, and students tend to learn best when they are asked questions rather than told answers. I wish to help the student learn the confidence to be their own tutor.
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