My teaching method is broadly based in the model of humanities university tutoring, with an emphasis on closer analyses of subject content and helping the student to relate the topic to a wider context. I am available for both general ongoing assistance, as well as help with planning and writing assignments.
I am very dedicated to finding an individual study plan for each of my students. I use a casual, down to earth approach to help students to develop their study, writing and learning skills. I am quite bubbly and energetic, and am very passionate about sociology.
Hello! I am a graduate of Anthropology and Sociology who is keen to help students become confident in using and applying the discipline to the wider world.
I like to tailor lessons to the needs of the student. Preferably something interactive that involved discussion and practice. But most of all, I like to make it fun, to try and follow the interests of the student while working on the core skills the subject requires.
As a social science student, I endeavour to mentor individuals using the knowledge and skills I have obtained from my bachelor of arts degree. Because the study of individuals and society is my passion, I will be furthering my degree in the near future. Honours in social research is the next step for me. My teaching methodology is straightforward.
My teaching methodology is to help students engage in, and be excited about, the content which they are learning. I do this by ensuring I use appropriate and relevant (to the student) examples to explain theories. This has proven to be highly effective in my past lessons.
I approach each class individually - focussing on particular areas where the student is finding something difficult. I then aim to approach the topic in a different way, perhaps using other examples to explain the idea than have previously been presented. I then like to see the student apply the theory in order to ensure they truly understand.
To me, an ideal tutor is one that creates a supportive, encouraging, and positive environment for the student, and who challenges them to do the best to their ability. Ideally, a student should always feel comfortable asking the tutor as many questions as possible, and to feel as though their struggles/difficulties are valid and normal.
I can easily break down questions into what its specifically asking, I'll answer any questions relevant or irrelevant to the subject and i feel that if you are not stressed, you feel prepared and you are positive about the outcome of the test or mark, you will achieve a good mark as the student will not feel the pressure in the classroom
I base my classes on periods of modern art history ( from Impressionism onwards). Class work addresses the social climates and changes in styles within these periods. Most class work is image response based focusing on visual analysis. Aiming to develop and broaden the students confidence and ability when writing about art.
I focus on student learning as interaction with written texts, and face to face engagements. This involves discussing and writing about your own research and learning processes with others as you learn. It also involves considering how what you learn relates to real life applications.
My teaching method is based on connecting with the student and creating a positive learning environment. I will do my best to build connections with the student so they become excited to learn. I believe that every student has the ability to learn, it is the tutors job to find the adequate method of teaching.
I base my teaching on what you want/need to learn. I tailor my session to your needs and encourage feedback to improve my teaching. I try to make my session as interactive as possible and to cater my teaching to the way in which you learn best.
My lessons are geared toward students who have a passion for learning more about human social interactions and philosophies surrounding these interactions. I will give a brief overview of theory followed by questions asked in order to stimulate critical thinking around the topic at hand.
I use a mix of creative/workshop methods, textual analysis and 1 on 1 discussion. I have worked with marginalised communities ranging from trans and gender-diverse people, Indigenous elders and youth, non-english speaking backgrounds, and nuero-diverse people, adapting for their respective needs.
I like to create a warm and amiable atmosphere and make content challenging yet accessible to all levels of learning
I would be basically based on individual performance and capability. My approach is to enhance students way to collaborate with the subject.
i can be fit anywhere but i love to help them who really want to be something like the one who don't know dancing then i'll help them to be a good dancer and the one who wants be something they have goals but they are facing problem to reach there then i'll help them out and give them tips for their better future and only for watching smile on their faces.
My teaching method, is a combination of lecturing (though more suitable for larger groups) and the discussion method which allows for the learner to engage more with the course content and ask questions or contribute their questions to the discussion.
I use the explicit teaching model that is employed in Queensland schools. I am fully trained in this method and find it easy to use. I have been using this method for over four years now. This method has allowed my students to understand clearly the learning intention of each lesson.
As a student of philosophy and people lover, I change my teaching method for each and every one of my students! Building a strong communicative bond with my students is the BEST way to make sure lessons are both productive and enjoyable for the both of us.
My prefered teaching method is personalised based on the student's goals. Tailoring the sessions based on their study outline to aid their understanding of the course. After our first meeting, we'll establish a timeline of topics and upcoming assessment. Each session will be discussion based, with the goal of confirming and filling out your knowledge rather than new content.
I like to approach a tutoring session by first making sure I know the level of understanding the person I am teaching has for any given topic, and then go from there. I know learning can at times be frustrating if you're struggling to understand the content and that you might want to give up, so I aim to make my lessons easy to understand without it being too overwhelming.
I base my teaching methods on what I have learned from my education degree at university as well as practical knowledge from my own experiences as a teacher. I aim to work with students to find what works best for you. I guarantee you'll find me patient, encouraging and approachable.
My teaching method is student-centric. The progress made is really dependent on the efforts of both the student and the teacher. I approach topic by lesson wise objectives set for each day. That takes care of the long term as well as short term goals.
The core of my teaching is interaction. I believe that teaching is an interactive process. Students would gain a comprehensive understanding of the subject much more effectively by interacting with the instructor. Normally, I will first give a brief overview of the topic and a detailed explaination of important concepts.
I proceed from an understanding of students knowledge, capabilities and backgrounds. I encourage students as active participants in the learning process, by acknowledging that all learning is a complex interplay of active and receptive processes. I engage students in discussion of ways in which study tasks can be undertaken.
Hi! I am a 20 year old third year psychology student at UWA. I studied psychology in high school and am planning to become a school psychologist or a child psychologist when I graduate. I am looking to tutor a year 11 or 12 high school student, or first year university student.
My first task is to get to know my student and investigate their needs and their level of knowledge. Once that has been achieved we can set a plan and a pace of how we want to move forward. Each lesson will be planned however, should another need arise that will be addressed.
My teaching method is to get students to understand some of the more difficult concepts which are approached in philosophy. I will help students write up an essay plan, as well as help them construct arguments. I prefer to read materials that the student is working with so that I can engage them with their ideas properly.
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