Sharp Learning Curve

Sharp Learning Curve

5.0 (1)
2 employees
2 years in business

About this tutor

My service stand out in different ways i,e: 

  • I Offers the advantage of individual attention
  • I Personalised study schedules and techniques
  • I Boosts morale and confidence of students
  • I Provides guidance for homework and class tests
  • I Assists in learning exam strategies and methods

I have patience because every student has different kind of learning ability. Some students are not able to learn fast and easily so patience is required to teach them to understand their subject and they have to work hard.

I am self confident that I can teach students and can motivate them to perform better in academics.

I have resources that can be used for instructing students like online dictionaries, pictures videos etc

Its responsibility for me to ensure parents that i will help their child to achieve their target goal and success in their academic sessions.

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Credentials

Paragon, IN 46166
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1 Review

5.0

  • Abdullah

    They provided one-on-one learning support to me so I can achieve their fullest potential. They ensure that I will learn more and do better for a brighter future. They help improve certain skills in various subjects while focusing on how I can succeed in their chosen field and how i can achieve my goals and get good marks.



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The teacher’s role should be to set expectations, guidelines and deadlines. Beyond that students should be offered a choice. An option to choose their end-products, their goals. They should have the choice of medium of delivery of the end goal, they should have a choice of materials and resources they use in their learning.

The process of learning is a complicated and lengthy process. It is very important for the students to be able to reflect on their learning, so that they make an informed decision about the next step in their process. That would be called learning empowerment.

To build a learning community, it is very important that we all learn from each other. When students help others to understand a concept, or they lead by example, or they share their strategies, it empowers them and builds their confidence. 

What am I today? What am I doing today? What will I be doing tomorrow? What do I want to do tomorrow? How will my today lead to my tomorrow? Students should be encouraged to ask these questions about themselves, and empowered to reflect to find the answers


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Education is all about learning the theory. Traditionally, an education may reinforce knowledge in which that you already have a foundation.

For example, when you’re at school, you may already have command of the English language, but you still learn English.

Other subjects may be taught to you from scratch, but it is the theory that you learn. In Physics, you learn about splitting the atom, but you don’t do it.

It is for this reason that the traditional professions like Accountancy, Law and Medicine require a period of further practical training after academic studies are complete.

And that’s where training differs; training gives you the skills to do something rather than just know about something. It is there for people who want to implement a new system, improve a specific ability or further their ability in something.

That’s not to say education has no place - lawyers must understand the principles of law before they learn to deploy it and a surgeon must have a detailed knowledge of anatomy before they pick up the scalpel. But what is it you’re looking for - that foundation upon which to build or the skills you want to develop?


How did you get started teaching?

The assistant principal of my high school was a real inspiration to me, and she is one of the major reasons I pursued a teaching career. Her ability to guide students, her fairness, and her sense of justice made me aspire to bring these things to my own classroom.


What types of students have you worked with?

Remember that every student is characterized by a combination of attributes even when there is one that defines them more than the rest. Look at the whole child and avoid generalizing based on a single trait.


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