I have 14 years experience in local government leisure and this has included not just training staff, but also teaching and coaching adults and children various sports, and qualifications. I have also trained staff in First Aid as I was a National Pool Lifeguard Trainer / Assessor but also organised and delivered training on public courses.
My lessons will be dealing with management of more chronic diseases and will accompany short 5 min quiz at the end. Students will be given an overview including causes, prevention and disease process and will be given an insight into best options available in hand to deal with most prevailed diseases.
My main teaching methods will be through interactive videos, in which I hope it will enable you to be both a kinetic and visual learner. I will also be holding a test (laid back, don't worry!) in which you will be graded on.
Emergency care assistant. 7 years working and volunteering on a Ambulance. Covering major events, PTS, critical care PTS and running treatment centres. I was a unit trainer in ST John Ambulance and now a marine cadet trainer in Hastings, East Sussex.
My Teaching method is treating every individual as a individual and adapting to how you learn the best and most efficient way. I develop each class or session on what you as a individual require to gain more knowledge about and also adapt the course to suit the persons needs to pass the course.
My teaching method is to work with the individual and to help them learn in a way they understand. I adapt my teaching to try and help each individual student achieve the best of their potential and support them wherever their learning and development takes them.
I can give you an idea on theory, and how first aid methods work.
My teaching is based on the students needs, abilities and understandings.
I believe everyone has a different way of learning and therefore I tailor my teaching style based on personal needs.
The idea is to teach people basic physiology and anatomy and methods of keeping injured peope and in distress alive
I can teach to first year Medicine, and aid especially with topics such as anatomy, pharmacology and physiology.
My teaching method is close tutorials, working one on one with students to enhance their skills and confidence in dealing with a number of scenarios as a first aider. I believe that anyone can become first aid trained no matter their clinical skill or abilities.
I have been trained by St John Ambulance as a first aid tutor in England and wish to pass this knowledge on to anyone who should like to know what to do in an emergency situation. I also have 3 years experience in Student Nursing.
I teach the facts but give time To listen to people’s opinions and set tasks along the way to ensure people are listening.
I base my teaching on a fun relaxed atmosphere where everyone learns and can feel included with the sence that its not rushed
My teaching method is practical and theoretical. However, students are to learn more by doing, first aid can save the life of those you love.
I try do a section then answer questions and then more to section again and ask if everyone stuck
My teaching methodology is to approach and combine theory (knowledge) with practice (experience) in order to allow students to develop wisdom.
I am prepared to give lessons to old and young, disabled and not disabled, woman and man, etc. My skills come from St Johns Ambulance, Red Cross London and the amazing NHS.
My teaching style is individualised. Lessons would be structured based on student ability and skills. Participation would be both ways.
Individual and group classes. Giving clear concepts. Teach on the level of student's mind. Class and homework. Friendly behavior.
Knowing what to study is a challenge in medical school. I help students pick out high yield knowledge from the vast ocean of medical information by using the right references and understanding biological and physiological concepts before memorizing university notes.
My teaching method is very much student driven. What area of Nursing/Health is giving you trouble, what level of knowledge do you currently require and how best do you learn and understand new information. I take all of these factors and more into account when developing a session for you.
My teaching method can change depending on how the student likes to learn.
I do not have one particular teaching method. I can adapt my methodology to ensure I meet all learning styles. Scenarios, questions, feedback, quizzes and practice always help the learner understand the theory. I do not use confusing jargon to get my point across.
I believe we all have different learning styles, therefore my approach is to make teaching engaging and fun for students
I base my teaching in the students needs and adapt the lesson to how they learn best, this way the student benefits
I will make everything simple as if it is difficult you’re not going to remember it and you’re not going to want to do it when the time comes for it to be done.
My teaching level is from GCSE to A-Level standards. I teach lessons in blocks and focus on what the individual needs more support with as well as regular recaps on covered topics. I make lessons fun and useful and aim to achieve the indivdual's goal.
My teaching method involves structuring sessions around the expected outcome, whether that be specific exams or preparing applications to medical school. I teach with a mix of information giving, discussion topics and practice questions focused on what the student hopes to gain from the experience.
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