I personally prefer doing one on one classes as each student has different ways of learning! Some students prefer to be taught with presentations while some prefer detailed notes.
In general, I prepare notes specifically for the content my students would be studying at their school, so they don't miss on anything important. I also provide with extra material online/ book references/ videos for the students to learn.
During the exam days or assignments, I would provide extra time as that's when students need guidance the most.
The three basic steps, I follow are:
1. Get to know the student and the content they would be studying.
2. Preparing the content and providing them with all the necessary notes and presentations + extra resources necessary for them to completely understand the content. Along with this provide detailed explanations of any module the student needs help with.
3. Test the student weekly or after few days to keep a check on their progress. I would also be informing the parents about the progress as part of my plan.
Personally, I do require my students to put in some effort and work hard so that I could also help them more in the best way possible.
I am an international student with teaching experience from my internship during my undergrad degree and personal tuitions. I have given classes to diploma and bachelors students which also involved lab demonstrations. I am great at Microsoft office and programming!
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