I would like to teach things and explain its uses in real world. Apart from academics, I love to teach lot of thing which may relate to academics. I like to give lots of example to understand the core concept.
I prefer teaching by example, however most cases it is best to create a problem to be solved with extreme parameters. That way the lesson becomes more fun and memorable. For example, physics lessons become more fun if they take place in outer space in a world far away from earth.
How do I teach? The first step is to see what level the student is on that way my lessons and assistance are appropriate for that specific student. I like to cooperate with the student to see what exercises/activities he/she likes and make sure to incorporate them in my teaching/tutoring.
My sessions involve a short summary of previous material we have covered and some conceptual questions about the pertinent material of the day, but the vast majority of our time is spent solving problems together.
I have multiple teaching methods based on students. I am completely flexible with my teaching ways. I know different students have a different way of understanding things. I always had a difficulty in understanding things in conventional ways. So I created my own and some my sir taught me. I am looking forward to meet my students.
I first explain the concepts and how to approach different problems. I then help the students solve different examples to master the problems. The classes are meant for high school students, and second-year university students completing mechanical engineering courses or first-year university students completing general engineering courses.
My teaching methods are very simple and mostly want my students to use their own methods to solve problems to find own ways to solve mathematics problems.
My teaching methods are one on one Q/A, a detailed explanation of the topic at hand and mini problem set for an individual to further practice the subject at hand.
As long as you have fun learning I am happy with it :)
My teaching method includes going over the fundamental ideas (and basic notes that I will prepare before class) and complete practice problems together and also answer questions. I'm very flexible with structure and am willing to modify techniques, timing, or structure to make it work for you.
I am experienced in the classroom as well as one to one learning, however, I believe one to one learning is far more effective than classroom studies. I can make any student on this planet to pass their exam, does not matter what their learning curve is.
I believe, which is core to Special Education, that each and every student is an individual. That said, learning should be geared to the needs and abilities within the "student:teacher" interaction. Without interfering with a classroom teacher's professional autonomy, I also have served as a learning advocate when a student is experiencing difficulties within standardized format classrooms.
I believe that learning is best supported by practice. I like to work through calculation-based problems with my students, walking through examples then allowing the student to gain practice and expertise by slowly ramping up the difficulty of questions.
My teaching methods are work experience sharing and optimum inspiration. I mostly tutor Geomatics Engineering Technology and GIS with the relative academic background. I can make friends with students/ tutees and would love to help others patiently. I am happy to share work experiences, tools and other goodies with tutees.
I base my classes on questions that the student has on a particular concept of question. In math problems I like to break steps down that are common to all problems, walk the students through some then let them try some on their own.
As a physics teacher, the challenge I face is inspiring students to think about the natural world around them and the physical laws behind the phenomena they observe in their everyday lives. Thus, by engaging students in class discussions they become part of the learning experience, not just as bystanders, but as contributors.
My approach in teaching physics course is first understanding the physical concepts, then using pen and paper to get involved in solving problems. The physical problems has been surrounded us and all of them wait to be solved soon or late.
The reason I have always loved maths is that I love to think logically, in a way that I always convert mathematical theories into logical explanations in my mind. Therefore, my teaching methods are in the shape of a pyramid, from touching on the basics to seeing the bigger picture all in a logical way.
My teaching methods are always based on giving examples and hands-on activities if possible so the ideas are easily understood, which will make the problems and the theories much easier. Normally the classes are for primary and secondary students, but some curriculums are designed for university students.
I focus more on practical work rather than theory.
My teaching methods are to observe and listen. An instructor needs to know where the student is having issues and where their strengths are before helping them. There are many methods to do math, some are much easier than others but not everyone learns in the same way.
Based on explanation, demonstration, visualization, drawing as well as mathematical formula, mathematical and physical concepts.
I kick off with the basics and what the student has learned so far and then plan accordingly. I teach one topic at a time that helps students to build up and excel at each topic. My classes are meant for students from Grade 5 to Engineering.
I give online lessons only and have an audience in India, Canada and UAE. My teaching methodology is based on covering the basics first and giving lots of examples from daily life, practicing problems along with the student and then throwing challenging problems which ultimately lead to success of student.
It is important to assess the level of help the student needs. Furthermore, examples and problem solving sessions tend to work quite well so that would be a standard approach. I would expect the student to attempt problems first and summarize his/her challenges so together we can work to solve them.
I teach through frequent application based methods, allowing students to attempt questions and giving guidance or correction as necessary. I employ a knowledge organization practice strategy to help students reflect on their learning.
I teach using already solved examples of questions. I explain how to approach a question and am willing to answer one question as many times as needed. I work through a problem with the student.
I assess my students and tailor my classes based on their academic requirements, and I focus even more on areas in which a student is lacking. I also teach by solving numerous examples and assessing with tests.
My teaching methods are mostly based on conceptual thinking and listing out main points and going step by step about the concept.
I have a very special skill to teach to students. As I am a student I know that how to remember all the formulas and methods to children. Before starting teaching, I prefer to make a chart of it that what I am actually going to teach. I never hesitate to explain one thing at many times to student. So, if they don't understand, I never stop to explain again.
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