My aim as a teacher is to develop in my students a deep recognition along with self-assurance at tests and managing to deal with unknown situations. The base of my theory is the belief that learning occurs in an atmosphere of reciprocal recognition in which the scholar is stimulated to think and make new relationships on their own. According to my experience one-to-one individual training has a unique importance to students due to the ability to resolve the scholars' own limitations to study in a manner that lays the foundations for a thorough and long-term understanding of the subject.
My approach depends on the scholar's needs and learning style. My teaching approach is based on inspiring children to think on their own, using real-world situations wherever they can. |To my mind it is necessary to supply learners with a working skills and to give them analytical skill sets for establishing upon this knowledge. Training anyone to think critically is at the base of what a student needs to intercept off any subject course.
The role of mentoring
The most long-lasting increases a coach can do is coaching students, and it is a technique, that I consider to be fun and beneficial. From my experience, I found out the importance of involving children by using models and of pitching data at a level that implies mentality and yet not specifically knowledge, mixing the known with the unknown within a solution which gives the learner the feeling of probability rather than that of impossibility that authoritative and impressive ways can lay down.
Using a lot of practising
I begin with themes the students are comfortable with and proceed little by little to more complicated parts while their confidence is being built. I bring into play questions and examples to test grasping constantly. I tend not to lecture to scholars or request them to remember things. Neither do I do the students' homework for them!
I usually concentrate on test-style or former queries to evaluate, practice and refine the student's perception and practice. I even give a lot of emphasis to many of the less obvious but necessary skill sets for instance, essay structure and technique, logical thought, and the effective use of numbers and graphs.