My instructional methods are based on the same ABA (Applied Behavioural Analysis) techniques used in the classroom, depending on the needs of the student. Due to my work experience, I have a number of colleagues and resources to draw upon after an initial assessment of the students needs, in order to best serve them.
I work with students to see what their strengths and weaknesses are and I like to work with each student on an individual case by case basis as each student learns differently. I enjoy getting to know students likes and work them into my classes.
Especially for younger children, staying focused on something that is difficult can be very tricky. I strive to teach multiple strategies in various subjects to help your child find his/her best learning style that helps them succeed to the best of their ability.
I am an open-minded and happy person always up for new possibilities, studies and self-development. I had been working for seven years in kindergarten, also I am well experienced how to provide physical and mental development for children and toddlers living with developmental disabilities.
I usually base my classes/sessions on what the child needs help with the most . My classes will always attend to the work or areas that need the most attention. Each class will depend on the child and his/her's needs.
I am very flexible and not adverse to using a variety of methods to meet the needs of every student. Enthusiasm and fun are the top two examples. A whole language approach with phonetics thrown in as a start. Selecting specific reading material to match the child's interests and reading level.
My teaching methods vary depending on the child. Every child is unique and therefore learns uniquely. I feel as though it is important to first get to know your pupil, and then decide on a plan to ensure progress and success.
My approach is student centered...assessing their current knowledge base and building on it. Lessons use all 3 learning pathways: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. Each lesson is individually crafted to match the student's needs. Anyone struggling with reading (from Kindergarten to adult) will benefit from this approach.
My methodology is to alter learning goals to fit each and every student I work with. To ensure that every lesson is customized to that particular students learning style. I believe that given the right tools and materials every child is capable of success.
I don't have very static and standardized teaching methods, due to the fact I'm very aware of people's specific needs, background, questions and doubts that can appear during the tutoring process, and especially the way HOW do they learn things. Although regarding methodology, I'm based on methods such as Bloom's Taxonomy, Problem/Project-Based Learning, etc.
I spend time with my student getting to know their learning styles, areas of strengths and challenges to learning and adapt my lesson, the learning environment, lesson structure, learning tools, and my teaching style to the personal needs of the individual. I teach the skill and rules of reading that my students can apply to learning any new, unfamiliar word.
I base my classes on the individualized learning needs of the student, I aim to establish a positive relationship with the student in order to promote a more comfortable and enjoyable experience.
I am a spoonful teacher yet demonstrative. I want my students to learn by their own with just facilitating them or giving them directions. I also listen to their weaknesses so that I can help them and make those weakness into strength.
For Children and Youth who are struggling with social, emotional, and behavioural challenges who are at risk for school failure or on an adapted or modified academic program Play Based Learning Teaching Self Regulation and Motivational Strategies Reading Remediation and Comprehension Strategies Develop Understanding and Insight of Mathematics Using Concrete Materials
My primary tutoring sessions begin with activities geared to nothing more than getting to know my learners. Future lessons are geared to the interests of my students. Each session begins with my students reading a book they find easy to read. Next, my students will participate in an engaging activity designed to improve a reading skill that my students found difficult in the previous session.
I am a licensed reading specialist who has worked with all ages and abilities from preschool through adulthood. I help plant the seed to develop and achieve a love of reading and writing, which are the building blocks for any subject and are needed to succeed in life.
I am a student-centered type of teacher. i teach based on the different needs of my diverse students. I approach a subject with passion, patience, and determination because I believe that every child with special needs can learn not by snatching their works from their hands, but by helping and giving more time for them to learn.
My methodology is to first teach the necessary skills, then to apply those skills to real life situations. I place much importance in how to write an essay. I have found that Ontario teachers do not adequately teach how to write a clear, well researched essay. I also teach how to read for meaning.
Your child will receive one hour of Dyscalculia tuition. I tailor the class to your child's needs and I determine this based on their interests, personality, primary mode of learning (kinesthetic, auditory, visual), ability level and emotional state. I provide a supportive and nurturing environment so that children can feel safe and develop or master their love for learning.
GCSE and A Level Art and Photography: In a relaxed yet focused atmosphere, I aim to build a good working relationship with you, where we look at what has been going on for you and plan together what we will do in order to help you get the grade you are aiming for.
My methodology adapts to students. For example to teach mathematics to a young dyslexic or dysphasic I would use less writing, more visual aids and objects. I always try to create a pleasant climate, without pressure, and to build confidence in each student's abilities.
My way of teaching is to develop my own style. I myself used to hate the standard rules that I should follow. In my lessons, thinking yourself is always central. Discover the problem yourself and solve the problem yourself. In my view, that is the only good method to learn things yourself.
Primary school support for partially disabled students, having myself a disabled child, which I have educated at home from kindergarten to high school.
I am an experienced and enthusiastic SEN and academic tutor, with 6 years' experience working with children and young people in education. I foster an approach centred on developing confidence, self-belief and an autonomous learning style. My tutoring style uses a person centred approach, that enables the student to manage their own learning overtime.
I offer tailored, bespoke lessons based on students' individual needs to ensure that they meet the demands of their course of study. These are based upon a individual learning plans that are devised in collaboration with the students, to focus on their identified needs.
I adapt instruction based upon curriculum-based assessments and address individual educational plans and goals to meet the needs of my students. I provide all students with a positive learning experience through verbal praise and encouragement in order to enhance self confidence in their abilities to learn new skills.
My teaching method is very hands on. I start by taking an interest survey to see what my student is interested in and what they find easy/difficult about the subject(s) I will be teaching them. This allows me to do two things. One, see what my students enjoy and like to learn about. Two, it tells me what their confidence level in the subject at hand, and what they may need to work on.
my best methods are being an ear for your problems and giving vocal and some academic support for those who struggle with dealing with school I can help you to try and incorporate in classes with methods that were taught to me in high school as well as my own personal coping mechanisms. I can help with self-confidence and try to mingle with the school environment.
I try to tailor my lessons to best fit students' individual learning styles, strengths, and interests. I like to work collaboratively with students and their families to ensure our lessons best reflect the students' needs with classwork, homework and tests.
My teaching methods will be based in part on diagnosis, in part via assessement of how well children can learn, strong and weak areas, teaching study skills and building on current strengths. Teaching methods are based around a variety of modalities (including Kinesthetic) and are solultion focused and aimed on positive growth.
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