As a tutor I strive to develop in my learners a thorough understanding and self-assurance at exams and managing to tackle unfamiliar concerns. My theory is based on the concept that learning occurs in an environment of reciprocal trust wherein the student is supported to think and establish new connections on their own. According to my experience one-to-one private training has a special importance to students thanks to the ability to resolve the scholars' particular obstacles to study in a way which lays the bases for a lasting and deep understanding of the subject.
My approach depends on the scholar's needs and learning style. But, the base of my teaching ideology is encouraging students to think on their own, operating existing models everywhere possible. |To my mind it is essential to supply learners with a working skills and to practice analytical skill sets for development upon this knowledge. Teaching a person to think analytically is at the base of the things a student should withdraw from any subject training.
The most important contribution
The most lasting improvements a tutor can bring in is coaching students, and it is a procedure, which I consider to be interesting and beneficial. From my practice, I learned the importance of involving children by using patterns and of pitching content at a degree that implies mentality and yet not always knowledge, mixing the unknown with the known in a synthesis that delivers the learner the disposition of possibility instead of that one of impossibility that impressive and official techniques can inflict.
How I teach
I begin with questions the students are good with and step eventually towards more complicated areas as long as their self-confidence is being built. I work with examples and questions to check grasping all the time. I will not lecture to learners or ask them to remember things. Nor do I perform the scholars' assignments for them!
I normally focus on test-style or recent queries to confirm, practice and perfect the student's accepting and capacity. I even give a lot of attention to many of the not so vital but obvious skill sets like logical thought, essay structure and technique, and the good use of graphs and numbers.