I approach each lesson with a positive and encouraging attitude. My goal as an educator is to not only increase my student's skill sets and knowledge, but to increase their confidence too. I use a variety of teaching methods which I tailor to each individual student and their specific needs.
My classes are offered online through webcam, or in person at selected locations (i.e. not your home).
After the education phase, I integrate mental skills training into the physical training program that athletes are participating in. This allows the athletes to improve their mental skills in the environment where the skills are required. This integration will allow for a more natural and seamless use of mental skills alongside physical skills.
Since Psychology as a subject has tremendous scope for inward reflection and debate, my teaching method will typically involve an introduction to a topic and sharing of some consolidated resources, followed by facilitated discussions to gain a deeper understanding of the topic. I like my students to have their own ideas- and to help them evolve, refine, and gain perspective on their ideas.
Before teaching a student, I tend to ask about their background, strengths, weaknesses, and goals for tutoring. I prefer to prepare students by discussing the main concepts in each topic of interest to ensure students have a chance first to ask questions to clarify.
Mostly the Socratic method for the tutoring of individuals and small groups, I ask questions and then based on those questions we explore the concept you are trying to learn. If this is a long term tutoring position then I employ homework and exercises.
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.
I have a very student-focused teaching style, and am able to plan lessons to help you reach your goals. I have experience with online, group, and one-on-one teaching. My broad experience teaching many different psychology courses means I can be flexible in my methods to help you reach your goals.
I approach the subject with a practical approach, the better the examples, the better the learner would retain in the mind. Rote learning is not a healthy practice, it is not about the marks, it is the knowledge I believe more in.
I try to talk about the subject of history in a way that both explains it clearly to those who are unfamiliar with it (without necessarily talking down to them in the process) and keeps the student interested and engaged.
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 specialty is teaching critical mental skills either in person or via video conferencing apps to aspiring people who desire to go from good to great. I teach in the English and/or Spanish languages. Try me and move to your next stage in life.
I am a Social Service Worker Student with in the College of Thunder Bay. These tutoring sessions are allowed for anyone that needs the extra help with their studies. I would structure the lessons around how the client would learn. I would find ways to make it hands on and visual for the individual.
My teaching methods is founded in positive psychology because my goal is to help you become the best version of yourself there is. I am patient in my approach and encourage you to explore the different concepts we discuss. A typical class will include a conversation about past experiences, goals, and finding a practice that works for you.
Sensitize students to foundational issues and enduring dilemmas and encourage a critical understanding of different perspectives. I adapt to diverse cognitive styles and individual needs-goals. I use guided discovery, personal insight, graduated intellectual challenges, active involvement and experimentation by learner.
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..........
I like to encourage my student to connet their own personal life experiences with the material to help with recall of material. I also like to state the ways I personally have remembered the material most effectively. I am flexible in my teaching style and like to include the student in this process.
The first thing I do is I take some time to connect with my students and understand where they are at and where they would like to be. I am a very patient teacher (I have taught five year old's how to swim) and I do my best to meet each student where they are at. My teaching methods are based around mentorship and the understanding of how all concepts are interconnected.
My teaching method depends on how my student learns. From studying psychology, I have a much better understanding of how different people learn in vastly different ways; some need to visualize, others need to have hands on experience, and some do well by listening and simply talking about the subject afterwards. I will teach in a manor that best suits and benefits the student.
I usually teach elementary school students, and often tutor high school students for a shorter period of time. I personally like to evaluate a student first, to see where they are at, and build their skills in understanding the material so that they will be able to learn future material on their own. Most importantly, I want my students to feel comfortable and confident in their skills.
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.
My teaching methods are very open and flexible, with the opportunity for many questions and explanations as well as allowing for a more student-focused and student-led environment. I am very flexible in teaching in what way works for my student(s), whether it be hands-on, independent, lecture-style, visual, auditory, or any combination of techniques.
I subscribe to the Mastery method. The class determines how fast we complete the assignments. I also make suggestions that will aid in learning.
My classes are targeted towards intro to psychology students in their first year of their undergrad or senior year of highschool taking AP Psychology. I thoroughly stride to answer all questions from students and have a student success focused way of teaching.
I am very open-minded, I focus on students' strengths and I am very flexible and patient. I have a lot of experience working with kids and tutoring my younger brother and sister in the area of psychology. I use examples, video clips, role play, etc. as part of my method.
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.
Teaching methods include engaging students in subjects at a personal level such as using real world, current applications for comparison; one on one or small class size, for high school students. Preferably in a comfortable space such as a public library or in student's homes.
I love to teach by story telling and having discussions. What do you know and how can we unlock that? We can also do memorization, as some courses just need that.
My classes will be based on psychological and biological basics. These classes are meant for middle school/high school students or first-year university students who are interested in learning the basic principles of psychology and biology.
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