I teach 2 ways, by covering and confirming what has been taught in class, making sure it is retained in long term memory. I make sure that my tutee understands topics and aren't afraid to ask the questions they didn't want to in class. The second way is reading ahead so when they enter class they can help others which helps them to practice revision techniques on their own and pick up explaining skills. This helps them to really pay attention in class to the bits they don't know or are less sure of. At the end of my lesson we recap what we have learnt adding in a few bits of exam technique, again a useful revision technique of reviewing and condensing what has been taught. By teaching with these methods, I believe students retain information longer and begin to understand what revision is and how to revise providing them with skills they can apply for their next steps.
I have been tutoring since high school and I've had 3 tutees in the past. With one current tutee, since becoming a student I've got more time to tutor more people. I love tutoring, I've got experience working with a range of ages and will do primary school 11+ exams and GCSE level tutoring
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