What is your experience with ASL?
I have been practicing asl for four years and feel confident in my abilities to teach a beginner or new asl learner.
How is your ability to teach math different from other tutors?
Throughout my duration in the classroom, I have taught math for grades k-6. As a teacher with a learning disability myself, I understand the importance of tab I get math through different outlets, utilizing different resources to aid understanding. I strive to use visual and auditory aids to help create a deeper understanding of math for my students. I also believe games are a great way to introduce new math topics, as well as review and sharpen past skills. Math should be fun!
As an early childhood educator, how would you assess student progression, due to their young age?
It is not very difficult to track and assess student progression, especially at an early age. Educators can discover student understanding by informal and formal assessment, building off prior knowledge and schemes students may have or elicit student understanding by asking probing questions. Formal assessment can be conducted by the physical act of assignments and classroom, while an informal assessment is conducted through observation of interaction and participation. For early childhood, I would recommend assessing through informal assessment, to further understand where your students are academically and emotionally. By tracking their progress, you are able to create engaging lessons and activities that target student needs.