My personal philosophy when teaching is that all kids are capable of being great students. I not only focus on teaching material thoroughly; I also aim to teach them great work ethics that they can take with them outside of school.
My teaching method is focused primarily by topic and ensuring each dot point or item from the rubric is covered. I include both teacher and peer feedback (when applicable) when working on tasks. I approach my teaching from a student-centred aspect, so will work out with each individual person what they feel they need to focus on the most.
I love to include art and theatre in my teachings. I'm minoring in theatre and have noticed a connection between English and the arts. By conducting my own word play or acting games, I have noticed my kids enjoying the daily lessons more and more.
I focus heavily on inquiry based teaching. I prefer to give my students resources and guide them through the learning process so they can develop critical thinking skills, actively engage in the learning process, and create a more memorable learning process.
Homework can be challenging, it takes patience, understanding, and beginning with the first steps to seek out the correct way to find the answers, it is important no matter what lesson you are learning that as a teacher I will help you understand and get excellent grades.
Having a degree in philosophy helps me more in understanding my students' needs and the kind of life they want to pursue. Therefore, I can create topics specially structured for them (depends one-on-one tutorial or group class).
I like to begin by introducing the student to the overarching concept and building a solid foundation before moving onto the specific ideas and concepts. I like to use a variety of techniques such as mind-maps, checklists and flow charts alongside discussion and key note summaries for the student to take home at the end of each session.
My teaching methods are very easy. I make easy theories that make students understand the lesson. I like giving realistic examples and match with the lesson and that's why my students become able to remember their lessons for a very long time. My classes are meant for the people who really need to learn English to do their work or communicate with people.
High School/College Undergraduate: 1. Hone writing skills for class or college applications 2. Improve cover letters, resumes, and email writing skills to prepare for the job market 3. Master essay writing, thesis development, reading, and interpretation skills for Literature, Composition, or Rhetoric courses.
My expertise is in successful resume writing. In today's fast paced quick read environment keywords, short concise experience items are the key to writing a successful resume. Having 35 years of marketing copy writing experience going back to the basics of short concise sentence is still the fool proof way to write anything from a resume to a thank you note.
I've instructed children ages 4-18 years old and mentored young people aged 12 and up. My teaching approach focuses on positivity and creating an enjoyable learning environment. I believe that learning should be fun. I look for ways to engage a student in a manner that meets their individual needs. Everyone learns differently and I want to ensure that those I teach feel supported.
I adjust my teaching to each student. I usually begin by having the student read text out loud, specially formatted a phrase at a time. This is read out loud before hearing it spoken. This is ideal for correcting bad reading habits. Then we progress to reading a punctuation interval at a time; this is ideal for improving comprehension and improving fluency.
My teaching method involves understanding the student's goals, and tailoring the lesson to suit their current needs/upcoming assessment tasks at school. This may involve workshopping an essay, or creative writing piece, to analysing prescribed to texts, to helping construct multimedia assessments.
A teaching method is something that can and should be extremely variable, as is every student's learning style; this is why I adjust MY teaching method accordingly. The method in which I employ is solely based on that of what I mentioned above: the learning style of the student.
My teaching methods involve looking at multiple images/poems in order to practice techniques and perfect them. It involves repetition by writing paragraphs and essays in order to practice skills and see what can be improved. It also involves working together with both the tutor and student so the student's opinions and thoughts can be clearly presented within the essay with just a little help.
My primary student group consists of middle school/high school students. My method of teaching emphasizes the importance of curating individual students' voices in their writing while adhering to the school's academic structure. Ideally, I like to have one on one sessions to help discuss students' writing patterns and how to improve their essays.
Concepts clearing by examples. For e.g In English People find Vocabs difficult so I make the students understand the concepts via mnemonics, explaining the meaning and sentence formation. I Also clears doubt in between.
I teach based off the students learning abilities.
My teaching method involves directly engaging students in what they seek to learn by making their lessons interesting and relevant. In doing this, I apply methods of constructivist philosophy such as: challenging student's suppositions, chunking, and seeking relevance. As a tutor, I seek what a student needs to learn, and make it relevant to that student's life.
My teaching methods are personalized, and are based on focusing around the areas of difficulty that students are struggling with.
Teaching is more than just a career. It's not what I do, it's who I am, my calling. I believe that every student can learn, it's a matter of finding the right strategy in order to increase learning. Student engagement and student interest is most important. Students must be valued, and must be the center of learning.
I base my classes on student engagement, creativity, personalization, and collaboration. I believe we all learn best from assignments being meaningful and important. Therefore, my teaching is founded on relevant projects that are interesting. Through this approach, I then incorporate the skills.
I am a person who believes in making a student to understand the core of the subject in a manner in which he/she would be able to connect himself and create an interest which would automatically motivate him/her to deeply study the subject.Hence making studies an enjoyable experience.
In having worked with students from all different grade levels, I like to explore student learning styles by using Howard Garners, Multiple Intelligence Inventory. This allows students to explore their learning styles, and helps me create individualized studying plans for students based on how they will most efficiently learn.
My teaching method is, I explain the subject matter to the students, tell them to go through it once by themselves and solve their queries afterwards if still there's any. And to make sure that the students are learning at home as well, I sometimes take surprise revisions as well.
I am a compassionate and kind teacher who thoroughly enjoys providing one on one support to students. Lessons are uniquely tailored around understanding the students needs, their strengths and weaknesses, their goals, and the school syllabus.
I have undergraduate degrees in education and masters degrees in literacy and theology. I think students need to have practical, hands-on opportunities to learn by doing-- whether it be breaking apart a work of literature or writing an essay. I am not going to tell you the answer, I will give you the tools to discover the answer on your own.
First step is to identify where student needs assistance. A one-to-one discussion will need to be organized in which the student voices their own areas of difficulty, and also brings along any recent reports or teacher-feedback that reflects areas in need of improvement. From here, I will prepare a series of lessons addressing these problem areas.
My teaching method can adapt and cater to the student I am teaching. I try to make it as engaging as impossible, whilst ensuring that the student is being taught the correct content. I take into account the different ways of learning: ie. visual learners, note taking learners, interactive learners. I am kind and understanding and I will ensure that you will feel comfortable to ask me anything :).
I genuinely believe in self study as this is the best way of learning.My methodology has always been to encourage the students to self study with a side by help as self study always keeps one creativity and stamina of searching and exploring and learning alive.
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