Being a private teacher I strive to form in my students a thorough recognition along with self-confidence when answering exam questions and being able to tackle unexplored problems. My ideology is based on the belief that learning happens in an atmosphere of mutual respect in which the scholar is motivated to think and establish relationships on their own. My experience has been that individual lesson has a unique usefulness to learners thanks to the ability to break down the students' own restraints to study in a manner that lays the bases for a thorough and lasting comprehension of the course.
Student’s needs and learning style meaning
My approach varies depending on the child's learning style and needs. My teaching approach is built upon inspiring learners to think for themselves, using existing examples as long as possible. |To my mind it is very important to supply students with a working skills and to develop problem-solving skill-sets for development upon this knowledge. Teaching anyone to think analytically is at the fundamental of what a scholar must intercept off any subject training.
We learn through examples
Coaching students is one of the most enduring contributions a tutor can do, and it is a technique, that I find enjoyable and rewarding. From my practice, I discovered the effect of engaging students through examples and of pitching information at a degree that implies wit though not specifically knowledge, blending the known with the unknown as a synthesis which brings the learner the disposition of probability instead of that one of impossibility that official and impressive techniques can enforce.
Using a lot of practising
I begin with questions the students are comfortable with and step increasingly towards more complex areas as long as their peace of mind is being developed. I really don't lecture to students or tell them to memorise Information.
I mainly focus on test-style or former paper questions to inspect, work at and refine the child's realising and capacity. I even give a lot of attention to many of the less obvious yet crucial skill sets such as logical thought, essay structure and technique, and the helpful use of numbers and graphs.