My teaching method is student based. First I would gauge the level the student is currently working at, as well as identify how they like to learn. Some students can just learn and understand step by step approaches, whereas others may need to understand why, and may need visual or active approaches to help them understand.
I would also identify weaknesses and strengths within the syllabus and pair these for each session as to create a flow from easier to hard in the lesson to help motivate them.
My methodology is also to work closely with the Mark scheme, because within GCSE maths a lot of marks are picked up by making sure calculations are done in certain ways to pick up marks even if the end result is wrong.
I recently graduated with a (2:1) BSc in Philosophy and Economics at Bristol. Prior to this I studied Maths at A-level achieving an A, and further maths at AS level. I would ideally like to focus on teaching GCSE, in which I achieved an A* (97.5% result). I believe I could really help students to excel at this level.
I have had previous experience as a director, developing the ability to get ideas across using a variety of approaches. I feel this will help to engage and motivate students, as well as help explain ideas when students are struggling with tricky parts of the syllabus.
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