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Learning economics can be challenging, especially with the level of mathematics that is required. My class covers a wide range of topics in microeconomics, game theory, and ECON 101, providing the necessary mathematical background, shaped according to the demand of individual students. Depending on which of the subjects you wish to cover, the class can contain the following: - All subjects of the introductory ECON101 course taught at universities: Supply and demand, economic surplus, elasticity, taxes and subsidies, perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly, economic growth, money and banking, monetary policy, fiscal policy and more. - All subjects of introductory (1st or 2nd year) and advanced (3rd or 4th year) microeconomics: consumer decision, tastes and rationality, price effect decomposition, demand of consumer goods, supply of labor and capital, consumer welfare, production with 1 and multiple inputs, partial equilibrium. - All subjects of introductory and advanced game theory: strategic form games, dominance, Nash equilibrium, evolutionary stability, extensive form games, repeated games, games with uncertainty, Bayesian games, adverse selection, moral hazard, signalling and more. - I will provide the necessary math during the above classes. However, you can also request math tutoring separately covering the following subjects: limits and continuity, differentiation (derivatives, product rule, chain rule etc.), application of derivatives, integration, fundamental theorem of calculus. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Most teaching of these subjects just focus on solving specific problems, but miss to give the intuition behind it all to really understand what is going on. While focusing on different applications of the topics in microeconomic theory and game theory, I aim to provide a concrete understanding of the important topics in these fields. The class involves both lectures on the desired topics and many problem-sets we will work on together. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have a lot of experience with students from different backgrounds. I will be teaching this class online, using the whiteboard function of online meeting applications such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams or Skype. During the first two years of covid, I had to teach classes online to groups of students, so built up experience with online teaching. I use a tablet and a digital pen to employ the whiteboard and simulate in-class teaching very closely.
Logic · Economics for students · Math
• My teaching techniques and methods: * Techniques used according to the profiles and needs of the students, as well as the planning courses: direct, indirect and interactive teaching. - Direct teaching is defined by a deductive approach: first presentation of the rule illustrated by examples. Concepts of presentation, explicit teaching, independent exercises, demonstration, etc. - Indirect teaching is characterized by an inductive approach: research, problem solving, discovery and decision-making lead to the acquisition of knowledge. Notions of reasoning, discussion, hypotheses, conclusions, help in developing thoughts and solving problems, curiosity, creativity, stimulation, learning process, observation, interpretation, synthesis, etc. - Interactive teaching is supported by thoughtful discussion and sharing. Notions of debates, role-playing, cooperative learning, etc. * The techniques implemented vary according to the profiles and aspirations of the students. Thus, the first lesson is entirely or partly dedicated to the framing of the student's needs and to the structuring of the course that he will follow over several weeks. * In the context of homework help/tutoring, we move forward as the water progresses, according to the specific needs of the students. The resources mobilized are in particular the materials transmitted by the students' teachers, my own resources and methods (resulting from my years of study, my personal research, etc.), and any other available resources. * As part of a thematic course, a schedule is ideally set in advance. • Typical course of one of my courses: * Exchange time of a few minutes to find out where the student is and of the "weather of emotions and fatigue" type to adjust the course if necessary * Lesson time whose time is distributed differently between moments of explanations, exercises, exchanges, questions/answers, etc. * Final discussion time of a few minutes to take stock of the session and plan what will be done in the next class. • My specificities as a teacher: * I am very attentive, very patient, able to value all work and progress. I love the transmission which is done in an original way thanks to my mixed profile nourished by the rigor and richness of higher education as well as the pragmatism of the business environment. • Who are my courses aimed at (diploma, level, class, specificities, etc.)? * All students from the 6th to the License looking for methodological advice and orientation assistance. * All students between 6th and 12th for all subjects. * 1st and Terminale students taking these subjects: Economics and Social Sciences, French, History, Sociology, Philosophy, languages (English and Spanish), Mathematics (Bac ES level). * Higher education students up to License 2/3 level in these subjects: Economics, Sociology, History, Management, Financial Analysis, Business Strategy.
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AP and IB Economics Tutor, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics (Şişli)
Fatih
I am an HL IB Economics student from Istanbul, and had 1 lesson so far with Mr. Fatih. He is a very knowledgeable and enthusiastic teacher. Throughout the zoom lesson, he wrote and explained everything clearly on a document that he later shared with me. After any explanation, at the end, he made sure I understood everything, and If not, he explained it again. I am very happy with Mr. Fatih, and I'm looking forward to working with him again.
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Oliver
We are just getting started, but our experiences with Oliver have been great so far. He is prompt to communicate, professional and very patient. He does a good job of understanding where my daughter is, helping her at her level, and not making her feel bad that she is having a tough time with Math. Highly recommend!
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Mathematics, Physics, Economics for school, college and examinations (GRE, GMAT, SAT) (Luxembourg)
Himanshu
Himanshu helps my children with Math and Economics. The tutoring sessions are interactive and my children enjoy it. Himanshu is able to identify the learning requirements of each child and deliver lessons accordingly. Highly recommended tutor!
Review by KEVIN