My teaching method depends on the students' objectives. If the student shows an overall competent understanding of the course - I focus on testing the more challenging bits of the course - via practicing the most difficult questions from the past papers to bring out the best in the student. If the student needs help building a good understanding - I will focus more of my time learning the foundations of the topic in an intuitive way which makes it easy to remember and apply the concept.
I like to set some low-pressure homework which involves watching a video that I think summaries/explains the topic well, and a couple of questions that focuses on the level the candidate is trying to achieve.
I am an Economics student at Cambridge. I have worked for Explore Learning for 6 months as a part-time tutor offering dynamic lessons to students aged 11-16 in groups of 6. This has taught me how to manage my time during the lesson to achieve all the lesson objectives while also making sure the pupil has understood the relevant material well.
I have also worked as a private tutor offering lessons in GCSE maths and English, and A-level mathematics.
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