A student myself, I understand the pressures of meeting deadlines and grades. I take an organised and methodic approach to learning- using mind maps, flashcards and other materials to encourage memory recall.
My teaching method is to first gauge where the student struggles and tackle these areas, whilst still covering topics they don't struggle in, by covering what they know when tackling what they don't, the student remains confident. Lack of confidence is often the reason why many struggle.
I base my teaching method on the needs of the student as there are many different kinds of learners. Building an interest in the subject the student is struggling with is often a big part of the way I structure my classes. I find students become more confident and willing to learn if they are at least somewhat interested in the topic which is why I will always try to make it a fun class.
Each individual learns differently ! I believe it’s completely wrong to assume and to treat individuals as one. As a tutor I would like to cover all 3 learning aspects , kinaesthetic , auditory and visual. I am an extremely focused person and would expect my students to be the same, however , no question is stupid in my eyes.
I believe in interactive teaching method, in which I keep interacting with the students and they are free to ask any question anytime .
My teaching method varies depending on the individual and topic that is being taught. I will first investigate what my tutee knows with questions or even going over previous pieces of work that they have received marks from their school. I will then use a range of tools such as visual diagrams, flash cards, role play and written work to teach my tutee.
I understand that everyone learns differently, so I like to tailor my lessons to how the individual pupil learns best. I teach any level up to undergrad, so it is important to adjust teaching methods depending on the age of the pupil and whether they enjoy/understand the subject.
I approach each topic by using the national curriculum as a guideline to conduct more in depth research on the topics which I then use in my lessons. I look in to different methods of teaching, as oftentimes the method used in school or 6th form is catered to certain types of learning which may not be optimal for the individual.
Either out in the field, one to one, in a classroom or by distance learning. Its aimed at what best fits in with the student.I have been asked to explain my methodology but to be honest that is flexible and always led by the needs of the student.
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