I approach topic by logic, it must all make sense or else you’ll forget it. Write it down. Practice. Repeat.
I believe everything is math. Even theory is. Just gotta catch it well.
My teaching methodology is through classes and then practical that is field work is very necessary so as to put into practice what is learnt
I begin with assessing students through observation to gain an understanding of current knowledge and gaps. I then explicitly teach students and regularly reassess to ensure progress.
My approach is differentiated for my students.
My teaching methodology involves teaching content, going over practise sacs (in which I will correct and give feedback on), doing practise exams etc.
I have a very flexible teaching method, in my experience students learn in different ways therefore I like to have a range of methods I can draw from.
Completed a Masters Degree in Criminology at Melbourne University. Tutored at Deakin University in Undergraduate Criminology. Completed undergraduate at Monash University. Experience working with individuals as a tutor online as an academic tutor at Deakin University.
The way of my teaching is different. The concept should be clear before proceeding any further and focus on one thing at a time.
My teaching method is discussing the concepts and making sure the students develop genuine interest in subjects and conduct regular tests to build up the confidence in them.
My teaching methodology changes with different students. For instance, its fun, playful and interactive when I am dealing with school students, while it is practical and professional when dealing with post graduates. It depends on the kind of students in the class or group. If it is one-to-one then the focus is on how the student is more like to understand.
I prefer a student-focused learning method where the student asks questions and we discuss the issue with examples and problems to solve. Teaching is subject-oriented for a deeper understanding of the subject including use of English in context.
Ive recently retired and have a pasdion for teaching I have some students but would like to have more Currently my students range in age from 7-70 !
My teaching methodology is teaching complex topics in an easy to remember way with the usage of short notes, mind maps and model papers etc. Examples from the real world and illustrations are used to give a deep understanding about the topic.
My biggest belief is in the importance of a supportive, encouraging and inclusive learning environment where all of my students feel capable, comfortable and empowered to grow and learn.
My teaching methodology is based on the growth mindset- that the individual learner can be motivated by learning from their mistakes. Furthermore, the individual can holistically improve their academic and social life by obtaining a positive attitude and encouraging their personal motivation to succeed.
My teaching method is purely based on exam oriented and help in preparing for the exam and mostly classroom teaching method. I mostly follow the peer or group study method because that is the best methodology that will help students learn better in the most efficient manner in their own comfort zone.
My teaching method is to cater to the individual needs of each student. I tend to lean towards hands on approaches. During my first lesson, I will focus on asking my student about their personal interests and areas of strength/ need. We will use this information to set growth goals. Ex: In the next 4 weeks I will be able to add within 120 by playing math board games twice a week for 1 hour.
I teach very basic and ground concepts of every topic so that anyone can grasp easily and can perform excellently well in their exams. Trust me you will fall in love with maths.
I am a motivator and facilitator. I use a hands on approach and also deliver lessons using the communicative and task based lesson approach. Students are tested periodically and provided useful feedback which then helps me to decide suitable teaching strategies to attain the objectives.
Hi! I’m Amy. I love working with children and helping them to reach their full potential. I have experience teaching children from 4 years old to 18 years old. I teach maths, English, the arts, history, geography, science, physical education and religion. I also love playing sports and exercising.
Everyone is different and I plan my sessions accordingly, whether you're looking for support, consolidation or extension. A sense of humour is a must for every methodology, though.
My teaching method is i make notes for students in an easy manner. I teach each and every topic more than two times and then i conduct tests which are of different types like - one from my questions, then one test from notes, then one test from book and finally overall test.
I do not go by a strict schedule. I try to understand the needs of the student and then make a study plan which best suits the student.
My teaching methodology is to get students to first understand the work before they are to complete it so that they are better equipped to face the challenge of the work that they must complete. This is done by sitting down and going through with students the entire piece of work by their pace and then supporting them during the completion of the work.
Everybody learns differently! We live in a world where we are starting to see the more approaches to learning rather than the typical 1 standard test fits everyone. My teaching styles consists of many different learning styles. I like visual a lot.
My teaching method is to correlate the study with day to day experience and I make the complete understanding of the subject .
Learning is a process in life that we all choose in one way or another, let's take that process and learning experience and make it into something special. At times I will re-word or explain things again relating it to something the student is familiar with usually a workplace or hobby. I am also a Hypnotherapist, Councillor and NLP Practitioner.
My teaching method is personalised for students. I like to see how students interpret the material and then pose questions that I think will spark their interest on the topic. I usually start with contextual information about the topic (e.g. if I was teaching logic, I would tell them about it's applications and how it can be useful and when it's most effective).
Teaching methods for each student differs based on their learning needs and subject. Each student learns differently and many subjects can be approached in different ways including analytical tools, research, self learning through the internet, and rota methods based on repetition. I would use text books, online programs, workbooks and teaching through visual aids and research.
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