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$17^{/h}

Yan

1^{st} lesson is free!

I think the best way to learn something is to understand how each step leads to another and eventually to the final answer. I typically start a class with an overview of the material that will be covered, and then I will go over some questions as examples.

$16^{/h}

Ling

1^{st} lesson is free!

As I believe that every student learns differently, I adjust my teaching method to suit each individual's needs. A typical class would start with me asking what the student would like to achieve during this time, and adjust my curriculum accordingly. I would alternate teaching points with practice questions to consolidate the information.

$20^{/h}

Alexia

1^{st} lesson is free!

I believe that the best way to learn math and physics is to practice, practice and practice. Students learn best by doing, and that is how I teach. I will provide techniques on how to approach questions and help you along the way as you learn how to do them independently through practice. These subjects can be challenging to grasp and I will encourage you throughout.

$17^{/h}

Evelyn

1^{st} lesson is free!

My teaching method will be diverse with you, as you prefer. Personally, I prefer practical methods when solving equations. I like to proof every method I use in problems, and make you understand how to get the short cuts! Up to grade 12 and 1st year university students.

$18^{/h}

Emrul

1^{st} lesson is free!

My teaching method is very simple and easy to understand. For example i explain things with real- world examples. After completing each topic I take a review class to make sure students get the complete understanding for the topic. Also I focus on mathematical proving solving so that creativity is developed.

$15^{/h}

Adrian

1^{st} lesson is free!

I emphasize on ensuring the basic knowledge of the subject is reinforced; often times my students who seek help for advanced topics will still have difficulty from the beginning of the related chapter or topic.

$23^{/h}

Georgette

1^{st} lesson is free!

A teaching method comprises the principles and methods used by teachers to enable student learning. The seven principles are based on my research on good teaching and learning.

$20^{/h}

Niaz ibn

1^{st} lesson is free!

I prefer a democratic or participative teaching style which is a blend of task-oriented and people-oriented approach.

$25^{/h}

Abu

1^{st} lesson is free!

I believe a teacher should be able to motivate students towards the topic of interest. I try to invoke the very fundamental concepts and convince the learner that the topic in hand is something happening around us. This will drive a curiosity in the learner which makes the learning process an enjoyable one.

$25^{/h}

John

1^{st} lesson is free!

I love understanding what the problem is. From understanding, the problem i will effectively find a solution to your problem. what most tutors don't understand is knowing the problem, i work through a variety of lessons to understand my client needs.

$40^{/h}

Deniz

1^{st} lesson is free!

I base my classes on classroom material already covered, student's notes and textbooks. I am happy to work through exams! I like to go over past assignments and exams to make sure material is well-understood by the student, and do lots of practice questions.

$20^{/h}

William

1^{st} lesson is free!

My teaching method relies on the belief that explanation is key when it comes to student comprehension. Concepts must be boiled down first to make the transition into understanding natural. I do not mind explaining in different ways and using different examples, as long as the student is there to learn.

$16^{/h}

Harjaap

1^{st} lesson is free!

My classes are informative as possible. I teach classes on online so you have the comfort of studying at your place. A typical class will take place starting off with a briefing on the history of the subject matter (i.e.

$30^{/h}

Ehsan

1^{st} lesson is free!

In 3 words: experimentation, reflection and feedback. I believe it is important to model the types of behaviors and attitudes that my students will depend on for their own success in the future –traits such as continuous, iterative adaptation, reflection on learning, risk taking and solicitation of feedback.

$25^{/h}

Zachari

1^{st} lesson is free!

My lessons tend to be closely based on physics experiments or simulations, and by utilizing videos I allow you to review each lesson at your own pace, and thus give you time to think about useful questions to ask in order to improve content comprehension.

$20^{/h}

Dharshan

1^{st} lesson is free!

My classes are meant for students who are struggling to achieve an acceptable grade of a B in their course. As someone who was once in high school and is still a part of the school system, I can understand and relate with your struggle. I expect you to come having an idea of where you struggle to make the best use of our time together.

$25^{/h}

Ved

1^{st} lesson is free!

Conduct diagnosis to understand current level, identify topics to be stressed, set learning goals, teach a lesson, evaluate success by asking questions, give assignment, evaluate and share performance, obtain confirmation of successful learning, provide references for additional exercises and repeat process.

$23^{/h}

Kessaven

1^{st} lesson is free!

I really like teaching Physics starting from the very basic principles then using simple logics to make hard problems look easier! Actually, Physics only describes phenomena that happens in nature which should be that hard to understand since we encounter those things in our everyday life, right? We just need a simple model then just use our common sense ;)

$18^{/h}

Christine

1^{st} lesson is free!

I believe that everyone learns through a method that is right for them and that it can be different based on the student. My preferred method of teaching is determining what works best for the student and building on those learning skills to improve.

$28^{/h}

Bettayeb

1^{st} lesson is free!

My teaching methods are based on aproachig the rules and showing respect ;in addition i focus on basics and students background and the most important thing is the team spirit that i see so crucial rewards are for everything beautifull

$18^{/h}

Navnish

1^{st} lesson is free!

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.

$15^{/h}

Ali

1^{st} lesson is free!

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.

$20^{/h}

Fahad

1^{st} lesson is free!

Ideally, I prefer to cover high school or university level math and physics. I believe the reason my tutoring sessions are quite effective is because as a student, I understand the difficulties and confusions that lie in Math and Physics. I have had these struggles myself when I covered these topics and understand tips and strategies to overcome these struggles.

$30^{/h}

Cas

1^{st} lesson is free!

My teaching methods are always individualized to the students I am teaching. I use the first class primarily to figure out which approaches will result in the best comprehension, and to establish my role as an attentive educator, rather than a lecturer.

$15^{/h}

Luis

1^{st} lesson is free!

I encourage students to ask proper questions in order to solve problems. Also, I am familiar with the textbooks used in high school since I previously taught in Ontario.

$15^{/h}

Mu-izz

1^{st} lesson is free!

I base my teaching on the students pace giving room for flexibility and fairness. Not all students work at the same pace so i try to give each student personal attention and make sure i follow up with their progress.

$20^{/h}

Yassine

1^{st} lesson is free!

My teaching methodology is based on practical examples. Abrupt mathematical and physical theories are compared with simple everyday situations. Also, graphical and visual aids are created for retaining information. Close follow-up and grounded responses for satisfying students and helping them achieve a higher performance.

$22^{/h}

Tuyen

1^{st} lesson is free!

My teaching methods do vary with students' background, personality and also depends on the topics and subjects. Moreover, helping one student or a group also affects the teaching methods applied. Finally, my teaching goal is to engage all my students.

$40^{/h}

Rajan

1^{st} lesson is free!

I make every student feel they can achieve their goals, and help them get out of the way of their own obstacles, so they can create a clear path to streak forward. I motivate and inspire you.

$25^{/h}

Atul

1^{st} lesson is free!

I think the when we are in love with the subject then it starts to understands all its tricks and concepts. So my basic methodology is to make my students to fall in love with physics. All the concepts must be clear before we attempt any problem.

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