My teaching methods are mostly student lead (by that i mean focusing on their needs). I like to break down complicated things in to their simplest form and explaining them in a way that make sense for everyone and differentiated to cater for everyone.
I like to adapt my way of working to how you enjoy learning! That is the best way to get results. As such, we can look at text books, past papers, we can work visually or use helpful reminders to learn new things. There is no one way to work.
My method is learning fast and exercise enough. Every student is different so if you want to improve your level you have to practice as well. My lessons are based on a previous review about the theme that you need to study. In this case I usually asked some exercise to check also the method that you have already studied at school with your ordinary teacher.
Each topic is approached differently and adjusted to your specific needs. In general, I start by introducing the subject in an attempt to depict its utility. Afterward follows a review of the theory step-by-step with logic coherence - here is where most of the questions will come up. Continuing, I proceed with getting our hands on some exercises.
I prefer to tutor one to one and I am able to take pupils who are either taking GCSE's or A-levels as well as in early secondary school. My best way of teaching is to see how the pupils will respond to maths puzzles and questions as well as me teaching them the topic at the level of detail required.
My teaching methodology will be primarily homework based, so explaining the method to solving a problem and making sure the student understands the subject matter before heading back to school the next day.
I am a second year economics student at the University of Bristol. My degree heavily involves maths and I thoroughly enjoy the subject . I am capable of tutoring all levels of ability, up to and including A level students. My methods of teaching would be mainly going through lots of examples, as I believe this is the best way to get a firm grasp of the subject and do well in the exam.
I use a mixture of modern and traditional methods to every exciting lesson and set positive and attainable goals as stepping stones to success and increased confidence. A guided and creative approach is also necessary, using a variety of tools, to lead to success.
I aim to develop a greater understanding of each topic so that the pupil can start thinking about problems the right way. I will start by seeing what areas the student struggles with and where i can help the most, that may be exam prep or a refreshing look at old work.
I teach by example and clarification. I follow a method which is going to give you the most possible marks. I am patience and understanding, I work at the pace most suitable for you, at the time you want, how you want.
I believe that each student learns differently and I adapt to each students learning needs in order to tutor them in the most beneficial and efficient way. I will first get to know all the weaknesses and problems that my student faces and then form a structured learning method to help overcome their difficulties step by step.
When I give lessons to students, I often start with their interests, and focus on the individual, creating magical experiences and encouraging them to face challenges. Teaching has shown me that every student is different, and that resilience as an educator is necessary to determine how best to help them improve and change their opinions about my subject.
I am a 19 year old girl who is very passionate about the things I do. People tell me I'm enthusiastic, friendly and welcoming towards others which I pride in.
I am currently in my second year studying Mathematics at the University of Bristol. I achieved an A* in both Maths and Further Maths at A-level, so I am confident in giving maths lessons to primary, secondary and A-level students.
I tend to help out all students to GCSE level to achieve the best they can. I initially approach the subject from different ways, so as to understand my students' strengths and weaknesses, and help them hone their skills accordingly.
My teaching method is to work slowly through all of the basic parts of my subject, because while I believe you can take short cuts to learn things in the end you do not acquire the understanding needed for harder questions that may be asked later on in papers.
With maths, it is vital that basic concepts are well understood, and so it is worth spending enough time to make sure that the foundations of understanding are well established. From there example questions and exercises are very important to create a deeper understanding of the subject.
Hello! I´m a first year Mathematics student at University of Bristol who recently got A*A*A*-(both A* in maths and further maths).I would like to help to anyone struggling with maths at A level or below as i experienced similar situations.I teach using fun ideas and work through past papers so the student really understands the material and is prepared for anything in the exam.
I am a first year student at the University of Bristol who is able to tutor Maths at primary to A Level, I got an A* in Maths in both GCSE and A Level and as I have just finished coming through the educational system feel I have an advantage at being able to relate and explain concepts in a similar way to how students would be taught at school.
I'm a Maths and Science Scholar, Going into A-Levels With a Maths Scholarship. I am aiming to give lessons to people trying to pass GCSEs or KS3 Exams. I will begin with the basics and then build up to the more advanced mathematics slowly and carefully monitoring the progress of students.
I love challenging myself to breaking down a concept or module into smaller and simpler terms for the tutee to digest. I have received feedback from tutees saying that I can make what seemed very difficult to becoming very easy.
Your first tutoring sessions will start by establishing what you want to achieve from the sessions – what exam you’re preparing for, what you already know and what topics you want to cover. It’ll also give us a chance to get to know each other a bit! Before each session, I will prepare specific material for the tutee – what areas I like to cover and how.
My teaching method would vary according to the aims and learning style of the student. Generally, I would aim to instill a strong overall understanding of the topic while also working through exam papers in order to become familiar with the question style and so that the student follows the expected method.
My name is Jacob Diederiks, I have a 4 year Teaching Degree, in vocation subjects but Maths is included. I have a passion for poetry and music as well. I also have experience coaching a variety of sports from Rugby, cricket, Tennis etc. The method of teaching that I prefer to use is practical interactive learner centered activities that engage and activate.
Actually I am a Fashion Designer. But, I am a geek of the maths ... So much that I reached the final of the national math championship in Spain when I was in my last year of ESO (GCSE). In the end, I did not win because the last test was "logical" and I'm not good at it.
I am a second year civil engineering student at the University of Bristol. I teach young children maths and physics, whether they are looking to pass an 11+ or just expand their knowledge. I work through example questions and use diagrams to explain the concepts.
I am a 16 year old currently doing my PHD at MIT Ha just kidding My Name is Joel Kirby I am a 16 year old with predicted 9 student with great verbal and teaching skills. I personally think that it is easier to learn from someone your own age since they understand how our minds look and decipher problems.
I always start with a free assessment, to get to know you and devise a topic list to work through. I tailor the sessions to you, but a typical session will start with me helping you understand school work that you have not been able to complete, or mistakes you are unable to rectify. I then will deliver a tailored session to you, working through the list of topics you need help with.
If you want to learn quickly and effectively then look no further! I am a patient and efficient teacher, with years of experience. We will develop a scheme of learning together to make sure you reach your goals, in the time that you would like. I have a degree in Psychology, meaning I understand how the brain best retains and recalls information.
I like to take a question based approach, working on exam technique and picking apart problems into simple steps that can be repeated in any circumstances. Through my own experience, I've gathered an arsenal of techniques making seemingly daunting questions far simpler and really enjoy relaying these to others.
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