The Williams Technique method of teaching is rooted in the 7 different types of learning techniques, namely, linguistic, naturalist, musical, hands-on, visual, logical or mathematical, and social or interpersonal.
We are here to guide students into figuring out their optimized learning technique and to teach accordingly.
We also add a twist to it by incorporating practice problems and examples that align with the students main source of interest, whether that be cars, botany, space, or even their favorite book, video game, or TV show.
By connecting with the students’ interests and guiding them to find their preferred learning technique, they are effortlessly able to intuitively understand math and physics.
Williams Technique is a small one-on-one online tutoring business that was created because the founder felt public schools teach insufficiently to proper understanding and instead enforce memorization resulting in lack of direction for students.
Schools heavily rely on only providing required material, however, they rarely teach pattern recognition or creative thinking processes especially in math and physics courses. These courses are no doubt difficult and time consuming. Learning how to tackle these subjects is a valuable asset for acing them with ease.
Anika completed her Associate’s degree in Science in physics, engineering and atmospheric sciences at the age of 18 and moved on to study physics at the University of Washington. She runs two businesses, is a musical and visual learner, and currently resides in Mississippi.
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