I am a very visual teacher as I believe most students, including myself, learn through a demonstration of how the concept works. I also like to adapt my style depending on the student as some students are more auditory or learn through reading/writing. I will be trying a few different methods at the beginning to see what works.
My lesson structure is as follows:
Brief introduction on the topic / explanation of the importance of this field in the wider scientific context.
Deep explanation of the topic.
Alone time for the student to digest the topic.
I have just finished a Chemical Engineering degree at UCL. I have some tutoring experience having taught at the tuition centre Best Tutors in Edmonton, London. I have 2 years tutoring experience. Currently looking to transition into private tutoring.
Below are my GCSE and A-level results. Next to each grade I have written the equivalent result in the current grading system.
Chemistry - A* (Grade 8)
Maths, English Literature, Biology, Physics, History, French - A (Grade 7)
English Language, ICT - B (Grade 6)
Physics - A* (Grade 8)
Chemistry - A (Grade 7)
Maths - A (Grade 7)
Further Maths AS - A (Grade 7)
Biology AS - A (Grade 7)
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