My teaching method is to base all of my lessons around he needs of the children I work with. I believe this is essential in order to allow them to learn to their best potential. I also believe it is important to use a play-based approach with younger children.
I am good at supporting individual children at home or in class in a positive way. If I can make it fun I will but the important thing is to get children to want to learn and not find it a chore. I believe everyone learns differently and it is a matter of finding what works for the individual so that they achieve and learn at their own pace.
I base my methodology on the learning style of my student. I give motivational tools and timely rewards and proceed with the lesson according to the student's pace. I value mastery of learning and assess before moving on to another level or lesson.
Students learn differently so it is important for me as a teacher/tutor to discover how a student learns best, their strengths and weaknesses, gaps that they have in their learning and ways I can help them to achieve their best and learn despite any learning difficulties that they may have.
My teaching philosophy is to allow a child to learn at his/her own pace and my job is to provide that encouraging environment, so the student does not feel pressurized. I don't aim at grades but in positive learning. Home is a comfortable place for any one and giving the student an opportunity to learn in his/her comfort zone can bring positive outcomes.
I engage students through incorporating their strengths and interests. All ability levels are catered for, while providing modelling and immediate feed-back regarding progress. Homework activities can be provided upon request, for students to practise concepts covered during lessons.
I´m passionate about human connections and how we learn. My main areas of expertise are Dyslexia, Dysphasia and Dyscalculia. Nevertheless, my approach to learning disorders is that they are a consequence of context demands, so I work on the relationship between the learner and his/her context. I focus on strengths rather than weaknesses, in order to build confidence and self-esteem.
My teaching technique will depend on your suitability, the way you like..
i am 22 years old i would love to teach students who have ADD to learn to read. My lesson structure and methods would include reading books and help pronouncing words and sounds properly. My philosophy is to help them feel more confident.
I either provide personalised tutoring programs to students, but alternatively also assist with schoolwork/homework in a range of subjects including English, Maths, French, German, HSIE, History, music (piano), including techniques to overcome learning or developmental difficulties and increase students' confidence.
I am a great believer in developing phonological skills in a systematic way with a fun approach and using technology.
I want to be accepting and supportive of Autistics to help them through the difficulties they face with understanding and DEEP empathy. I have lived it. We are all different but we have many things in common that help me relate to Autistics in a major way. I REALLY want to help Autistics become the awesome people I know the majority of us are capable of being.
I base my teaching practice on teaching to the students specific interests whilst ensuring links to the curriculum. If a student is interested in what they are learning they are more likely to connect and engage. I have had significant experience with students on the Austism Spectrum as well as other learning challenges. I have worked with over 10 students with ASD.
Hi I have a Diploma of Education Support I have a helped students through face to face using technology and worksheets.
I like to help students who find difficulties in various subjects particularly maths , physics and others if needed. For this reason, I like to try and implement various methods that would allow students solve complex problems with simplicity.
I enjoy seeing my students succeed, I like to start my lessons with revison and build on prior knowledge therefore the learning is enjoyable and i am setting them up with confidence and in most cases willingness to try new and bigger projects.
Individually developed learning programs following initial assessment and in line with the Australian Curriculum making learning enjoyable for the child
I believe in hands on learning and project based discovery. I focus on the child’s interests and strengths to assist their confidence and curiosity. I believe that every child has the right to learn and structure lessons to scaffold what they already know. Lessons are fun and engaging for the student which builds confidence in their own abilities.
I believe it's important to start where the student is "up to" and then build on from there. This may involve assessing that the student may have missed out on a very early, basic skill. I don't believe in trying to "prop up" their learning by just showing them how to do the particular question/skill that they present with as needing help with.
My teaching philosophy is centred around inclusion and the ability to reach high potentials. I have high but achievable expectations of students and find this gives students satisfaction when they complete a task. My lessons are geared towards students additional needs who like a fun and engaging environment.
Your child will receive one hour of Dyscalculia tuition. I tailor the class to your child's needs and I determine this based on their interests, personality, primary mode of learning (kinesthetic, auditory, visual), ability level and emotional state. I provide a supportive and nurturing environment so that children can feel safe and develop or master their love for learning.
ASSESS THE CHILD'S NEED. IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF LEARNER LIKE AUDITORY OR KINESTHETIC OR VISUAL. PREPARE LESSON PLAN AND FIX GOALS ACCORDINGLY. USE APPROPRIATE ACTIVITIES AND MATERIALS TO MATCH THE LEARNING STYLE. CONDUCT PERIODICAL REVIEW TO REDEFINE PLANS. REGULAR INTERACTION WITH PARENTS.
To Assess the concerned child. To lay out an IEP for the individual To use a method, best suited for the child"s development.
I am an experienced and enthusiastic SEN and academic tutor, with 6 years' experience working with children and young people in education. I foster an approach centered on developing confidence, self-belief and an autonomous learning style. My tutoring style uses a person centered approach, that enables the student to manage their own learning overtime.
I base my classes on the principle of self-conceptualization and knowledge construction. In my classes, the learner is given a chance to understand concepts his own way.
I base my classes on an exposition of the subject, a theoretical approach, and from there I work solving exercises and taking questions as they appear, the exercises are solved with my supervision at first, and then the students solve while I cast doubts.
My teaching method is helping students to understand the concepts and definitions in depth rather than memorizing. I will also try to solve problems in many ways so that students can have a broad picture of the topic they are studying. At the end of every class, I will also summarize everything to give students an overview of the lesson.
I mainly like to use Past papers and worksheets. I like to use lots of colours and some mindmaps. I prefer to explain problems in a practical way that students can identify with. I try to give students clues when they are stuck and try and get them to work through the problem with as little guidance as possible so they can achieve independently.
I think my class would tell you that our learning is based on enjoyment and engagement! I like to use a wide variety of resources and ensure that the learners’ needs are being appropriately met. Nothing should be too difficult or too easy! Like Goldilocks, we want our learning to be just right! Fun is a major factor with lots of discussion and interesting, engaging resources.
Specialized classes in basic subjects or focused on a subject according to the needs or preferences of the student, in order to reinforce the knowledge or improve the performance of it. Focused on classes to students of primary or secondary level to guarantee the knowledge of the topics to be treated. The place to teach must be agreed (library, cafeteria, center, etc.).
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