As a private teacher I work to create in my learners a deep recognition along with confidence at tests and managing to deal with unfamiliar cases. My ideology is based on the concept that learning happens in an environment of reciprocal recognition in which the student is stimulated to think and find new connections for themselves. According to my practice one-to-one individual training has a unique sense to students because of the option to break down the students' personal obstacles to study in a way which sets the bases for a thorough and lasting understanding of the subject.
My approach varies depending on the student's needs and learning style. But, the basis of my teaching philosophy is inspiring children to think on their own, operating real-world situations wherever it can be. |My opinion is that it is crucial to supply students with a working knowledge and to exercise problem-solving abilities for development upon this knowledge. Tutoring anyone to think analytically is at the core of the things a learner needs to take away off any subject program.
We learn through examples
Coaching children is among the most enduring improvements a tutor can make, and it is a procedure, that I consider to be enjoyable and rewarding. From my practice, I discovered the effect of engaging students with the help of examples and of delivering data at a level that implies comprehension though not necessarily knowledge, blending the known with the unknown within a solution that delivers the person the disposition of possibility instead of that of impossibility that formal and impressive approaches may impose.
How I teach
I start from topics the learners are comfortable with and proceed regularly to more complicated areas as their confidence is being grown. I don't lecture to students or request them to memorise things.
I normally prioritise exam-style as well as recent queries in order to evaluate, exercise and improve the student's understanding and technique. I additionally give a lot of accent to a number of the not so much evident but crucial skills for instance, logical thought, essay technique and structure, and the useful use of numbers and graphs.