My 15+ years academic experience as a student, a researcher, and a professor has taught me that learning is a process of constant evolution. My role as a teacher is to guide students whenever they encounter a difficulty, and to facilitate a smooth transition to new learning.
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 encourage students to explain what they understood, and try to understand myself at what point they are facing difficulty. Then I will try to explain it in detail. It builds up a discussion and by discussion people learn things.
I always find joy in teaching,so I want my students to find the joy of knowing something new. I like to teach school and high school level students but I am comfortable with college level students too. As an international engineering student, my base of math,physics and chemistry is really strong. So I give priority on clearing the concept.
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 am doing PhD at Univ of Alberta in department of mechanical engineering. I have some experience in giving maths tuitions as I have done this job early. I give assignments regularly with focus on understanding which is required in a subject like maths.
Math and Physics are my passion, so I want my students to left aside any fear for numbers and find the joy of knowing something new. I enjoy sharing my knowledge and I always put myself in my student’s shoes, so I able to see their point of view and find the best way for each one to learn. As an international engineering student, my base of math and physics very strong.
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.
It can be difficult to want to learn a subject you don't enjoy, but sometimes we need to learn it to get the credit! My approach is, therefore, to try my best to make it as engaging and practical as possible and I approach each session with patience and attention to detail.
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 approach is the concepts should be understood and not to be memorized. I never memorized anything myself and will not let my students do that. Story telling approach helps student to remember and understand things in an efficient manner.
Applying latest teaching techniques I conduct lessons using art of observation, questioning, and thinking based on flexible, innovative and safe learning environment. Teaching is so rewarding and gives me a sense that I am making the world a better place.
I base my classes on three very important factors: 1. My students personal needs and the need to succeed in with their tests and homeworks 2. I also use many visual materials to understand the underlying geometry of every problem 3. It is also crucial to learn how to write and show the solutions to every problem in a friendly and organised manner.
I have a bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and a master and PhD in Physics. I use written as well as visual techniques such as PowerPoints etc. to ensure that the ideas have been fully comprehended and well understood by the student.
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.
My teaching methods are based on a confidence and reliable method. I base my methods on practical approach into real live examples, to help the student to associate the mathematics of physics involved on a specific every day situation. “Not just theory and numbers” My teaching methods are based on a confidence and reliable method. Always studyng with a friendly environment.
I adapt my teaching to the subject and the level of the student. I can help you understand your lectures, solve your tutorials or assignments. I have in class teaching experience at college level. Classes are meant for university/college level (or preparation for).
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 teach both young students and adults. I'm a big believer in chunking, relating and putting into practice. I'm passionate and believe education is the key to the future.
My teaching methods are mainly based on the lecture and discussion, problem solving and practice. A good combination of coach style and activity style which promotes self-learning and helps students to develop critical thinking skills and retain knowledge that leads to self-actualisation and includes multimedia presentations, activities, and demonstrations which makes the lecture more interesting.
I sit down with any students who needs help, let them try and work through a problem on their own, and guide them on different approaches to a problem, starting from the approach that I believe to be the best, if they need it while giving hints along the way.
"Come, Gain knowledge, Achieve your Career Result". I am pursuing my master's degree in Mechanical form University of Windsor. The classes are meant for students studying from Grade-1 to Grade-10. My teaching will be normal with some practical examples and some self-work to gather more knowledge. Teaching will be linear and in one-to-one correspondence.
Hi, my name is Bradley and I'm a physics nerd. I've spent years learning physics and math graduating with a double major from Dalhousie University. I am comfortable teaching basically any subject in physics/math from high school up to the undergraduate level university. My approach to tutoring has always been the work students bring me, as they always have plenty.
My name is Antoine Desamours. I graduated with a Civil Engineering degree in Haiti in 2004 and a Master's degree in Theology (Divinity) in the United States in 2016. I have twenty years of experience as a math tutor (7 years in Haiti and 17 in New York, and 6 months in Montreal). As part of my twenty years of experience, I enjoyed teaching high school and university students as well.
The approach is more student oriented and I start from the basics so that student can understand the concepts easily. Moreover, helping the students at more where they are actually facing problems and to help them so that they can connect the concepts with the real life situations.
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.
I am looking to help students in any area of math, including students in first year university and college, as well as students at any age in grade school. In my lessons I would like to show students the values of learning and create a good relationship between myself and the tutee.
I focus on the student learning style. I am very good at detecting when a student is not understanding a topic, so I change the approach accordingly. The lesson is very flexible. Usually, the outcome of the lesson is the development of a framework to tackle all possible kinds of problems that the student might face on a certain topic.
I like approach things from a theoretical level, ensuring that students understand why something works the way it does instead of just learning to solve a bunch equations. To this end I often like to bring up material from later courses so that the student has a firm grasp and gets the full picture and not just what is strictly relevant to the specific problem at hand.
My teaching methodologies include making students understand the concept through real time examples. making them think by giving suitable homeworks. always encouraging students to ask doubts. I teach students so that their base is strong so they can tackle any questions put infront of them.
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Hallo Erik, ich bin Studentin der Psychologie und besuche gerade einen Kurs zur "Biopsychologie", wo Grundlagenwissen in der Physik notwendig ist, zB. was genau Spannung ist. Dahingehend würde ich Nachhilfe brauchen. Ich hätte ein paar sehr...
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