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.
I have several years of experience aiding and teaching special needs children and adults. I find that the traditional methods of teaching, such as lectures and verbal cues, aren't as effective as one-on-one contact and demonstrations, and I strive to make sure that both are incorporated in my teaching styles.
My teaching methodology is what I learned in first year university in Winnipeg. A typical class would consist in me researching and assisting the student in the big picture of the topic and answering the questions.
Interactive student-centered method. Flexible, based on individual student needs.
I approach my teaching with a willingness to answer questions as they come, and let the student steer the conversation.
I focus on your full degree, and cover Bachelor's and Master's degrees. I currently cover Business, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Philosophy, and History degrees.
My scholarship is in the evolution of human consciousness so I view history like a tapestry weaved within the cultural myths of the past. I tie it all together to help you see the big picture, converting complex theories into clear ideas, making them easy to understand.
It is essential a first recognition, then a diagnosis of the shortcomings, good planning and excellent execution in the development of learning, finally, the total review. However, it should be noted that each student is different, therefore there is no scheme in which to put it. That makes the characteristics of each one a different objective to raise.
My method is based on a solid oral presentation supported by visual aids. My goal is to equip the student with necessary tools for a better understanding of history. And to forge, through our conversations, his critical sense and his general culture.
My teaching approach always puts the student at the centre. I always evaluate where the student is take them through a comprehensive journey to explore and to build on the existing knowledge by way of an instructional process, be it a lecture or open discussion. Further progress is therefore made through analysis and application to specific tasks as may be necessary.
I base my classes on the needs of the learner whether it be revision or expanding knowledge. With undergraduate learners my aim is to deepen their knowledge by introducing new angles to their research.I am very knowledgeable and easy to get on with. I have a passion for local heritage with a doctorate thesis on the slums of Manchester.
(1) My Attitude & Approach is reflected in my welcome word to each student: Keep Strong & Focused And Please Say With Me (x3): I CAN DO IT! Here’s Why. Any Academic Problem Is Resolvable And Is One Step In Time Into A Future Just Ahead Of You; So Bright & Colourful That Your Crunch Time Will Not Last. So, Stay Strong & Very Courageous.
In one on one lessons, I focus my lessons on the areas in which the student needs the most support. In group lessons, I base my lessons on a syllabus area and use powerpoints and interactive exercises to ensure the students understanding of course material.
I base my lessons according to how my student is comfortable with learning as my main goal is to help my student understand and gain knowledge from my lessons. I would use different materials to make learning fun and educational.
I like to put a 'issue' and see what made it, how people reacted and what was outcomes. Sometimes looking at it from the point of view of a modern person,sometimes taking side of another era viewer.We discuss using PPE and I support with use of specific terminology.
Bachelor in Philosophy from the UAB, I have been teaching after-school classes for years, mainly in terms of reinforcement, although in some isolated cases also of extension, especially in the history of philosophy. In the course of my work I have gradually modeled a teaching method based on rigor, clarity and synthesis, with the aim of achieving maximum performance with the minimum of classes.
I enjoy tutoring and dealing with written work and planning. I recommend books and approaches and try to be as supportive as possible. What else would you expect from 40 years of teaching and 38 of those tutoring groups and, above all, one to one. I have a range of levels and subjects built up in an expert way over all this time.
I use a dialectic approach to teaching (the 'socratic method'). This method uses argument and counter-argument to identify strengths and potential opportunities, or weaknesses in your academic writing. This method also leads you to a better understanding of your subject matter ('deep learning') and improves your grades.
So with the knowledge of not only myself, but also with my parents' Theological theory available 24/7, you will be confident in knowing the questions you asked, that you will get the answers you are wanting, no matter who you are or what you have done, Theology is always a question on peoples' mind. I believe I am a people's person, were I excel in communication, people management and leadership.
I offer a laid-back tutoring environment where lessons will be accommodated to specific students' needs. I would like students to tell me issues they are facing in their study, and identify areas they believe they need to work on, and use this as a basis for tuition sessions, which can then develop as we go along.
My teaching method is highly tailored to the student. No two people learn the same, so it is important to make it fun and engage in the way that a student learns best. I will offer lessons to Primary, Secondary, and undergraduate students in uni. I like to make History fun.
My teaching methodology is very much dependent on each and every students needs. I am very versatile and can adapt to all scenarios. I understand that we are all different in our learning and in our first session we will figure out what our best approach will be.
Starting from School to degree level, I can shift my paradigms as per the choice of the student. I want to break the curricular on proper segments and will try to coup up according to the capability of that Individual.
Lectures and dialogues with classic books in hand, as well as some domestic activities and texts via blog. I also want to start using video tools for educational support if necessary. Prevalence of a neotomist background pedagogy based on Jacques Maritain.
I am a lecturer in Philosophy currently on my PhD at Lancaster University. From my wealth of experience as a lecturer for more than four years, am sure my student will have the best story to tell in their chosen career.
In historical, sociological or political learning the geopolitical background to your study allows you to have a unique understanding when preparing papers on your selected subject. I teach exclusively via online tutoring either via skype or typing directly to your queries.
My teaching method is relational and cooperative. I believe that making content relevant and engaging with a student to foster a sense of wanting to, as opposed to having to. I'm am passionate about getting alongside students and helping create interest and creative thought regarding the sometimes difficult or unclear subject matter.
In terms of teaching i am looking to inspire my students by cultivating to each individual personal learning methods. Everyone learns differently and to adhere to this i can provide not just content driven lessons but also supporting readings, movies, music and videos.
As I am a Master's Ancient History and Archaeology student, I have the independent skills necessary to deliver concise lesson plans that will greatly benefit any potential student in a quick, methodological and effective manner. I am also able to pinpoint exam technique which is a crucial element for success.
My particular skill set lies in essay-writing, revision and exam preparation, as these are all skills which are being refined throughout my degree. While the essay style that I teach is especially applicable for A Level exams, it is also useful for those studying at GCSE - though I am certainly able to accommodate for students at Key Stage 3 or below.
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