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Harpreet S have 2 years of teaching experience
Distance 6.9 km from Delhi
Keeping it real: for many students, set subjects such as calculus, physics or even literature have little connection to their lives. yet the same subjects they find so boring are a source of great passion for many thinkers the world over. one of the most valuable lessons tutors can share with their students is a passion for learning. perform a chemistry experiment that will make learning about molecular structure a source of fascination, share your passion for an interesting historical figure like caligula or augustus, read them a poem by whitman or blake ā the kind of poems that speak straight to the heart yet use a language we all understand. fostering independence: as useful as you are to your students, your ultimate aim should be to teach them to become independent learners. the buzzword in both high schools and universities these days is critical thinking: encouraging students to analyse subjects in a deeper, more analytical manner. you may do this by asking questions that donāt just have a āyes or noā answer or by applying the socratic method to point out illogical conclusions made by your student. set them assignments that go beyond testing their knowledge/comprehension of a matter; encourage them to voice their opinions on the intelligence of historical figures or on the talent of a famed writer. critical thinking does more than give rise to more responsible, creative and profound thinkers; it also raises studentsā self-confidence since, perhaps for the first time in their lives, they can feel like their opinions are meritorious of consideration by their tutor and indeed, by other thinkers on a given subject. this leads to a unique relationship between tutors and students in that it fosters a mentoring approach that makes students feel supported and cared for. assessment through games: after teaching a particular topic, test your studentās comprehension through additional problems and games. luckily, there are a wealth of online games for everything from childrenās mathematics to science for adults. utilisation of the pause procedure: good tutors are characterised by allowing their studentās voice to be heard more than their own. to ensure your students do not tune out and lose interest in what you are teaching, use frequent pauses to ensure the student has understood what you have just been explaining. for instance, ask them to summarise the idea you have just espoused and if you are teaching a group tutorial, ask students to summarise what they have just learned to each other. alternatively, during pauses, ask students to answer a short test or complete a problem using the skills you have just explained. utilisation of the think-pair-share technique: if you are tutoring a small group, this technique can work very well. it begins by providing information to your students by asking them to read a short text, listen to a short lecture or video. the tutor should then ask one question, instruct students to reflect on it, write an answer down and share their response with another student. finally, tutors should ask each pair to provide a single answer they have come to after discussion/debate. use of fast-paced drills: if you are tutoring your student in a subject that involves a significant degree of memory work (such as biology), drill your students frequently on particular points to ensure they retain important facts and information. use of multi-media tools: fill your class with interesting video presentations, songs or works of literature that cover the theme you are teaching. if you are teaching mathematics, show your student interesting videos on, for instance, the mayan mathematics or the montessori method, which shows how easy it can be to grasp a basic knowledge of mathematics when a hands-on approach is taken to learning. introducing humour into the tutoring session: studies have shown that the use of humour can have highly positive effects on students, greatly increasing their level of engagement and interest.
Rajat T have 1 year of teaching experience
Distance 9.8 km from Delhi
I believe that breaking any complex concepts to smaller chunks to the extent that you can start playing around with the info till you enjoy exploring it is what makes the journey easy at the same time thought provoking.
I aim at teaching the students to learn the subject by themselves by building their core basics stronger. I believe that after sessions with me, the student will not require tutor assistance in future.
Dilip C have 4 years of teaching experience
Distance 21 km from Delhi
Proficient in developing new lessons and activities to expand learning opportunities and in giving conceptual knowledge. provide individualized instruction to keep all students at expected skill level. identify and organise field trips to enhance curriculum. meet with parents to discuss progress and address behavior or mastery issues. develop discipline plans and work closely with at-risk students.
I always try to put my best effort to make the student understand the concepts and also teach the student on his grasping capability and then teach accordingly. And try to be frank as much as I can and also strict at the same time.
Tejaswini S have 1 year of teaching experience
Distance 20 km from Delhi
Pursuing graduation from amity university 1 year experience with 100% result with good marks it's my guarantee
Parents can send weak student and I will give u good results and it's my guarantee as I have done in past
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Distance 8.6 km from Delhi
I have passed out 11 and 12 from mussoorie international school n then did my graduation i.e (b.com honors) from mody university, rajasthan and now pursuing company secretary
Savita S have 3 years of teaching experience
Distance 868.4 km from Delhi
My philosophy is based on the idea that learning happens in an environment of mutual respect in which the student is encouraged to think and make new connections for themselves. my experience has been that one to one personal tuition has a unique value to students because of the ability to resolve the students personal barriers to learn in a way that lays the foundation for a deep and lasting understanding of the subject.
I believe in clearing the basics and concepts. This will be my approach throughout the sessions. Learning should be stress free, enjoyable and I know how to make it so. Also now it is not just about learning, students should be able to implement this knowledge in their jobs in future. Linking between the textbook and practical knowledge is most important and this is how learning will be more interesting for the students.
Tia K have 3 years of teaching experience
Distance 159.2 km from Delhi
I am a female teacher . i am graduate from du. i have 3 years of teaching experience..
Know who your students are. Know ability levels; backgrounds; interest levels; attention spans; ability to work together in groups; prior knowledge and learning experiences; special needs or accommodations; and learning preferences. This may not happen as quickly as you would like, but it is important for designing instruction that will meet the needs of your students. That's key in successful teaching and learning!