Hello! I'm in my third year studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. I give online IGCSE and A-level lessons on Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. I'm very passionate and enjoy all three subjects and I'm confident I will be able able to help each of the students as much as possible :) The lesson structure will depend on what works best for the student.
My methods of teaching Maths mostly involves problem solving and practising a lot of different questions and some homework will have to be done. For every query about any problem, we will cover the theory behind it in order to get a better idea of and understand how mathematics work.
Lessons are aimed focused on the curriculum at hand and I like to teach by example - giving a conceptual explanation first before reinforcing with worked through examples. Thanks to my diverse interests and genuine love of learning I am excited to coach students of all levels, from the basics through to the more nuanced aspects of the subject.
I strongly believe that there must be only one reason for you not understanding science and maths: they taught these in a boring, obsolete way. It's their fault, not yours.
I am a student in my last year of school, studying maths, economics and mandarin at Advanced Higher level. While I do not have a maths degree, I am no more than two years from sitting Higher and National 5 mathematics, which gives me a superior grasp of the exam techniques and knowledge that pupils actually need in order to score top grades.
I'm a responsible and sociable recently graduated spanish boy with an advanced knowlege of english language. I've been studying Industrial Design engineering and Mechanical engineering for the last 6 years, and it will be a pleasure helping childs and teens from secondary level to university degree level to improve at science subjects.
Hi, here's how we'll get you the top grades! Firstly, I'm a second year Linguistics student at The University of Edinburgh on track for a 2:1 or possibly a 1st in my undergraduate MA (Hons) degree. As a tutor I like to explain things clearly, going through problems step by step with the student and explaining my reasons for my choices.
I always try to suit my lessons to the individual student, first identifying his or her strong points and those that need improvement. Solving many problems & doing plenty of exercises is helpful, but never to the point when it just gets boring. I prefer to be flexible, to make sure the student really understands the issue, rather than just repeating the same old thing.
I believe building confidence is absolutely key and thus I focus on making sure the student fully understands the covered concepts. I have worked with many students and have learnt that there is no set method for teaching, but rather finding a method tailored to the student.
My lessons are aimed at anyone from GCSE up to A Level/IB. I typically start with determining the student's weaknesses. I then aim to improve how they handle the topic by walking them through questions and seeing how they approach a problem, showing them alternate methods or teaching new ones entirely. After covering one week's topic in full I proceed to look for another weak area to build upon.
I encourage the student to learn at their own pace as everyone learns different topics at different speeds.
My first goal is to find out what needs to be taught. With the aid of diagrams, formula sheet and acrynyms I will present the method and use examples to practice the rechnique. Learning resources are effective in meeting all levels of learning. The last step is to review what has been learned, providing real life application of theorems in engineering, for example.
My teaching method is by topics and a particular focus on past year papers to target exam requirements. I also aim for students to have a deeper understanding of the subject matter. I will teach based on students need and sessions can be run in a Q&A fashion if preferred so that you get the best value for money.
I'm hard working and innovative. I like team work and to develop my leadership skills. Also self motivated and committed to the task. As a tutor I have had experience with students from 15 to 22 years old, especially with related math courses.
Depending on the difficulty of a topic, I divide the workload of each part of the topic into appropriate timelines and benchmark the progress of my students at certain points in those timelines with well structured assessments for students to gain a self feedback of their performance and recognise which practises have positive or negative results on their performance.
I am a college student at Indian Institute Of Information Technology coached at Kota Rajasthan.I will like to share my knowledge with all my engineering aspirants currently studying in 11 and 12. I want to give knowledge about physics.Its a very simple subject bt first we have to grasp the concept and then go for the numericals.
Hello, I am a University Student studying Chemical Engineering. I hope that I can share my experiences in Maths and Sciences, from Primary to A-Levels. Given my experiences, I will teach you unique methods which you will love and be passionate about.
My name is Fergus Gibson, i give lessons to primary and secondary school students. I posit a theory and use worked examples to get the student to understand the problem and know how to tackle it. I believe. I am patient and will try and word any problems in a manner that will make them easier to understand if the raw mathematical terms seem to complicated.
I approach each Topic (e.g., Trigonometry, Calculus) with some theory behind it. And after that I show some examples before go to each section in the exercises.
When tutoring, I take the time to understand how my student thinks about a problem. This knowledge is essential when working with the student as it enables me to help them develop techniques which work for them and achieve whichever goals they're hoping to achieve.
I usually teach on a one to one basis and personalise my lesson content according to the needs of my students. My classes include handouts and worksheets to encourage them to practice at home and provide them with notes to revise from.
My way of teaching something to someone is to firstly know the child capabilities to learn something. Then work on basics for the subject. Mainly start concentrating on their weak points. Regular exercises, tests, fun stuff to make the subject and student interaction more interesting.
I keep my classes on line and I have prepared sufficient tutorials with lot of examples and I describe everything every problem in a manner to make students to have interest over the subject. All students who have taken classes with me have great interest in learning.
I try to convey my own enthusiasm for my subjects as well as I can. I understand that these subjects are very challenging so need to be broken down and worked through step by step, at different paces, depending on the individual needs of each student.
I am a Mechnical engineer and currently doing my masters from Edinburgh Napier University. I have studied psychology as a minor in my undergraduate studies. In order to convey the concept of a particular thing, a teacher must understand the students mental capabilities first. And I deal with my students in a way the want me to deal with them. This is how I teach.
I'm an international student studying at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. I specialise in finance under my business management degree. I teach Primary and Secondary school level of mathematics. I'm extremely friendly, easy to approach and enthusiastic with new learners.
Hey, I have taught maths generally to students as in 12 the boards exam, I myself scored 100 marks in Maths Exam. I love teaching Maths and Physics. I have also worked in TCS ltd and hence have good computer knowledge as well.
Throughout high school I frequently found that my teachers would over complicate the topics at hand. So I aim to give my students the most basic and concise method of approaching mathematical problems . I believe that not everyone needs to understand maths in order to understand how to "do" maths.
I always try to make the lessons very dynamic. I understand that it is hard to learn the abstract terms in physics and maths, so I always try to make it as practical as possible so that the student understands rather than memorizes.
My teaching methods differ from student to student. Some students require more attention than others. I come down to the level of students and explain them in simple terms. I used to be very weak in Mathematics hence I know where the students need help.
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