I am really an excellent teacher because I can break down the information into it's simplest parts and explain it along those lines. I like the old talk and chalk method, but I make it more intimate and personal. I like to use paper and pen and I use a lot of hand gestures while I'm teaching. Anything to convey the information.
My methodology is very simple and easy to adjust to. Communication is the basis of the methodology. First I work towards creating a link between me and the student, person to person so we can eliminate the void that usually goes between 'teachers' and 'learners.
I prefer to choose certain concepts or topics and then before teaching about the very same topics I ask students of what they've learned in class or how they understand it. I allow students a chance to think about it... There's always a long pause unless someone blurts out the answer.
l always try to approach every scenario in a different manner and l leave no room for assumptions l thrive on clarifying things to the core via in-depth analysis and evaluation of issues as they arise innovative nature is key.
My teaching method is s a holistic solution, promote self-learning and help students develop critical thinking skills and retain knowledge that leads to self-actualization.provides consultation, and promotes interaction between groups and among individuals to achieve learning objectives.
My style of teaching is a combination of different methods such as the discussion and lecture method. I typically prepare material based on the needs of my students. I then offer them a platform to discuss any worries, concerns or misunderstandings they may have or experience. This allows us to clarify anything that may not be clear and find areas where the student may be struggling.
My teaching works on first getting the students to be aware of the different studying methods they could use(especially for first year students) then the topic of the day will be chosen by them.
We learn through practice, making my duty as your tutor basically to provoke your mind, point you in the right direction & assist you discover what actually surrounds you, making you realize whats obvious but hidden right in front of you
My teaching method is to make each topic as fun and understandable as possible. I tend to use diagrams (e.g. Mind maps, graphs etc.) it makes it easier to connect entire arguments together. I like to teach each topic/concept in a way that makes the topic applicable to everyday life. I prefer interactions and class discussions as they help stimulate the learning process.
My teaching is based on interactive communication and discussion, rather than just lectures. I will not leave a topic until you really understand it.
I use alot of visuals such as charts and images. I rely alot on background information and how it relates to the current information to give better understanding of the topic of study. I make use of past papers as a guidance towards exams. Not relying on one source for information is my personal method.
I base my teaching depending on the learners best way of comprehending knowledge for example I have a well designed approach for fast and as well as slow learners.
My teaching method is looking at the topic, analyse it and think beyond the usual meaning for better understanding. Love what you do for you to pass,ot learn to love it.
My teaching methodology is interactive I beilive in tackling topics in a funny simple way to keep everyone interested and participating
My teaching method is blended learning incorporating one on one interaction as well as technological aids such as slideshows to summarize the topics. I encourage critical discussion and problem solving techniques which are vital skills needed for philosophy.
I value teaching skills just as highly as explaining content. I am able to elaborate on concepts in a way that is easy to understand, however I also focus on teaching learners how to actually retain what they learn, and be able to recall it more easily when being assessed or tested on the content.
I love Latin and I believe I know how to make you tolerate it, even if you don’t like it! All jokes aside… if you pick my courses you will be able to translate Latin texts in some months. Latin isn’t different from any other language, but teachers often treat it as if it were rocket science. It isn’t any harder than French or English and with a little effort you will learn it easily.
Interactive courses. Various media, transmission of the insured knowledge experience of educational psychology and guarantee winning.
My classes adapt to the student. Therefore, I develop several methodologies that can range from an interactive talk to the realization of different types of resources such as maps, timelines and conceptual schemes, among others, that help to understand the different topics. At the same time, I look for an active student participation that awakens an interest in learning.
PHILOSOPHY, METHODOLOGY, PRACTICE THE ESSAY AND TEXT COMMENTARY FOR THE BACHELOR ALL SERIES L, S, ES, ITS PREPARATION AND TS2S TO WRITTEN AND ORAL TESTS AND FRENCH FIRST TERMINAL. METHODOLOGY COURSE ANALYSIS OF A SUBJECT, problematize, ARGUMENT, THE CONCEPTUALIZATION AND UPDATE OF KNOWLEDGE.
I am a clinical psychologist and a PhD. Teacher with nursing students and doctors.
Professor of French, holds a license and modern literature specializing in teaching French as a foreign language, I propose to transmit my knowledge in methodology of written exercises (comment, dissertation, thesis) gained during my curriculum preparatory class but also during my experience teaching for almost 10 years.
I teach Philosophy or Religious Education to any level, GCSE, A-Level, or University. I also have experience helping to write CVs and giving guidance on interview practice. I'll make sure that before we start any tutoring, I understand what you want to get out of it, whether it is to get better at writing, to be taught a part of the course, to achieve higher grades, or anything else you think of.
Hello to everyone, I graduated in philosophy first in Italy (three years), then I got a master's degree and a doctorate in Germany. My philosophical preparation ranges from ancient philosophy to contemporary philosophy. I wrote on the Renaissance philosophy, graduating on Wittgenstein's thought, and I published a book on Foucault.
I earned my BA in English Literature from Providence College in 1968. I hold a MEd from Boston University, a Master of Divinity from the Episcopal Divinity School and a Master of Theology from Boston College. In my tutoring, I try to build on a student's current strengths as a first step to improving their academic performance.
Doctor of Philosophy, I taught at the university (Bachelor, Master) from 2007 to 2017. My private lessons are for high school students (preparation for the bac, methodology of the discipline), students (preparation for competitions and examinations), or adults wishing to discover philosophy (and the grandiose notions of world, spirit, self, etc.) it mobilizes.
I taught Hisroria, Merodologia research, sociology and anthropology at the University of Havana, perform doctoral studies in sociology at the University of the Basque Country PhD in International Relations at the University of Valencia, I have Master in Anthropology and complex thought at the University of Chicago, among other academic degrees.
I have a great affinity for storytelling, and am very good with words (including voice acting). When combined with my extreme passion for history and learning as a whole, as well as my love for interactive learning, my lessons would primarily consist of interactive storytelling and lecturing.
Doctoral student in philosophy, certified graduate of the Sorbonne, I give philosophy and literature courses to a BAC level + 2. Dynamic, enthusiastic but careful, I offer tutoring to improve your grades and / or prepare exams and competitions.
I teach others in the way I teach myself. I take on a holistic approach based on embodied experience and bringing into awareness the 'know-how'. Concretely, I deliver lessons as short but intermittent presentations to leave out space for questions and discussions between one topic to another.
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