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My teaching methods are very structured to the individual, and are based on the desired outcome of the student. I tend to work with the students, not lecture to them. The classes are mostly meant for students in grade 3-8.
I like to tutor others based on what they need the most help with, so I base my lessons around what the student is struggling with.
My teaching method depends on the group size, individual or group, as well as the skill the student wishes to focus on. I often incorporate graphic organizers into lessons on written expression as well as reading comprehension or written analysis. In oral practice, its important to have conversations in the target language with little to no translation back to native language.
I teach by helping learners discover the knowledge they desire to attain. I believe learning is a hands-on process with lots of practical application as well as theoretical grounding. A typical session would involve discussion and application of assigned background reading.
My teaching methods are engaging and I like to build a warm relationship with students in order to for them to feel comfortable asking questions and engaging in the content. I base my classes on the subject matter and how it applies to real world scenarios, instead of abstract examples.
I have an interactive teaching style. I can teach in the home, in a group, or on-line. I am flexible in my teaching style and a seek to accommodate individual student learning styles as well as strengths and weaknesses.
I would describe my teaching methods as flexible and progressive. I usually do a quick assessment of the student's needs, the goal of the student at the end of the class and the type of study technique that the student uses. I typically go through the material first and explain the different concepts. Questions and clarifications are always welcome any time.
My teaching method is fluid and organized, but I like to keep the lesson up beat and fun by using lots of examples to help students thoroughly understand the topic at hand, rather than just memorize them. My lessons are structured in that they start off with a brief introduction, background, and definitions of certain topics.
My teaching method is based on working with the students to develop their full potential based on the students needs and abilities. Classes are for high school, college or university students. Classes can be either individual or for groups of 2-5 students.
I approach the teaching subjects with structure and flexibility to teaching the material to different grade levels. A typical class will have a short lecture on the material and some fun and hands-on activities to ensure the student gets the most out of their learning.
Social Science is a very wild field of study, and it will be boring if every student taking the same class learns the same content. Therefore, I give lessons as a sort of guideline so that students could do further researches by themselves. We will eventually hold discussions about the subjects in which the student is particularly interested.
Get the concept right and practice to achieve it.
My teaching methods are blended - meaning I use a combination of pen and paper and electronic media to enhance student learning. For example, I have used Memrise to build lists of key terms and concepts and often use a document camera to show students HOW to do things like actively read a document or write an essay. My teaching methodology can be summarized as follows: 1.
I teach to my students needs! High school or early college students can have trouble with understanding methods, theory, and thinking up interesting topics for assignments. I offer experience from my undergraduate, MA and PhD which has included laboratory work, teaching social science theory, writing skills, test taking skills and many aspects of archaeology and anthropology.
I base my classes off what students would like to learn and what the student would like to ameliorate. The classes are meant for students in high school who are struggling or would like to do better. I am also willing to help students in their first year of university.
I am very structured and organized myself. But I like to create a structure based on each students needs. So together we initially address their goals and learning styles and together create a style that we will follow through the remainder of our lessons. I understand that learning can be very difficult and that each student may need different needs met.
I don't have one teaching method that I stick to. I like to customize the learning to the student. Some methods I have used are flashcards, memory games, musical association, crafts based on the subject, reading out loud (for verbal practice). I like to use diagrams, youtube videos, and interactive games/programs to help understand a topic.
I can describe my methodology as critical analysis through an experimental/explorative approach. Also, humour has been a significant factor in facilitating learning. Any text can be the object of critical analysis.
My teaching style is flexible and easy to approach. Personally, I require relevant and fun examples in order to learn and I believe that has been reflected in how I approach teaching a subject. I can help with any research or social science statistics courses and various undergraduate Psych courses using real-world examples.
My teaching methods match the way I learn, by teaching people through visual representation. I try to use as many visuals as possible to help put a physical image in your mind to remember, versus just reading text off the page.
Education is vastly important. I find too many students do not realize the power of education. I like to inspire people to want to perform better because it helps build them up and become a better person. I use logic, open conversation and open-mindedness to teach my lessons. I enjoy tutoring ages 12 to 112.
My teaching method is simple, I like to be very visual and show them on paper how to prepare for exams and how to learn without just reading your notes. For me, it is very important that the student learns hands on with lots of examples and facts.
My teaching style is adaptable and student-focused. I'm interested in understanding the student's background knowledge, learning style, and any barriers to learning so we can overcome them together. I'm patient and willing to review material as many times as needed.
My teaching methods mostly depends on the person or the group in front of me. Depending of their needs, I adapte my self to them. Mostly I have a preference for discussions about the subject, we debate on it analyse it....
My teaching methods depend on the student's needs, I try to adapt to every student's individual needs because it benefits them the most. I will always go above and beyond to make sure my tutor students needs are might help them succeed.
My pedagogy is simple - what works best for the students. Patience with students and carful attention to how students learn is the secret to being a good educator. By seeing how students are thinking, the ways in which they draw connections and gain understanding of content, I can make concepts and content far more accessible to students.
I focus on practical examples to teach my students for their better and long lasting learning.
My teaching method is based on the fact that anyone can achieve their goals with enough motivation. I try to maintain focus and motivation in students throughout tutoring sessions, while allowing them to use techniques they are comfortable with already.
Meeting students at their current level, I use a constructionist pedagogical approach to address the subjects of immediate interest and relevance to my students through problem-based learning.
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