I would like to base my classes according to an individual and look to improve and work on their weaknesses. I like to understand the structure of an exam and really look to understand the best way of approaching it, whilst also making sure to understand each sub topic for each exam.
I introduce the topic, give the details and continues with solving examples. At the end I make a quiz and answers it at the end of the lesson. For some periods of time, I review the topics and answers the questions of the students.
I am best suited to teach younger students, allowing them to develop maths skills they'll requiring the future. I am a friendly tutor, I try to make students comfortable in their environment to allow a maximum amount of development.
Open to teaching all mathematics up to A Level. I would focus our lessons on the areas that the student wanted to focus on, including any specific areas of weakness, while adhering to the national curriculum. I am a patient teacher, with much experience in teaching young children.
I believe in building an understanding of my students process of thought. The great thing about 1 on 1 tutoring is the student is taught in bespoke method. For e.g. Often a student would understand maths in a visual way, for these students I incorporate visual learning techniques in the session as much as possible and vice versa.
I would like the student to tell me what to do preferably, however the if the student is struggling to decide what he/she needs help with, I can test the student and look at the syllabus and work from there.
I base my lessons on simplicity. A wise man once said that if you cannot explain it simple enough then you probably dont understand it well enough. We must relate the abstract to the simple daily life for the students to grasp.
My teaching method is nice and simple, I like to know how my student thinks, so I can make it easier for them to learn as they will be retaining all the information. I have a step by step guide on how to tackle the next question.
I am able to teach students from Key Stage 3 up to GCSE in subjects relating to maths, chemistry and physics. Lessons would be based on your current knowledge of the subject, and built up from then on.
My teaching methods are adapted based on how my students learn, I assess whether a student is Visual/ Auditory/ Kinesthetic learner and alter lessons based on student strengths. Each session can be tailored to look into something specific that student doesn't understand or to practice a weaker topic. I always communicate with my students to ensure we get the best out of our session.
My lesson structure is quite simple. Go over each part of specification in detail. Do past exam questions over them. Finally, go over mistakes and keep practicing. I am also very friendly and calm, so be sure to have a positive experience when learning with me.
As I am offering lessons to Key stage 1&2 students, I would plan my lessons to be as fun as possible where students can learn and enjoy the subject at the same time. my main aim is to boost the student's ability but also to make the student enjoy the subject and have a positive approach. I plan my lessons in a structured way where I start off by ensuring the student knows the content of the topic.
I am passionate in helping students exceed their ability and build their confidence. I tailor my approach to each individual`s needs and devise a personal plan based on their level of understanding and knowledge. Students learn differently and I always patiently work with them to determine what is best for them.
I teaching method is very individualistic and pay attention to every child differently, prioritising their needs and weaknesses. I provide extra resources and past exam papers on the particular subject area. I like to follow a schedule and therefore make a timetable on the first day and work towards it.
My teaching method is very simple, easy to understand and straight to problem solving.
I base my classes on one topic per class. For example, graphs in maths. I will do a couple of examples and then allow students to attempt questions themselves.
Hey everyone, i am an a-level student studying further maths and mathematics. I got a grade 9 (a**) at GCSE for maths and tutor from ages of 3-16. My technique to learning would be one-to-one learning whereby i will explain the topic and method and provide questions for the student to answer. These questions will vary in difficult from just skills to problem solving.
I am an aeronautical engineering student going into second year next year. In my previous experience I have based my teaching methods on whom I have to teach. For example, when teaching a primary school child/ someone who is learning a topic from scratch, I focus on making sure the student understands the method.
My teaching methodology is that teacher should assess student mental capability and level, then based on that teacher should adopt his teaching strategy. Teacher should always maintain good and friendly relation with student so that he/she will never hesitate to ask any question related to subject.
The first step I take in my approach to tutoring new students is to understand and assess their strengths and weaknesses. I use different styles and methods of teaching depending upon the student's ability and attitude. My main method is to first listen to the student's problems and help.
My sessions focus on providing students with relevant knowledge from the new curriculums, using teaching methods that suit him or her. ALL resources are provided by me, including worksheets, text books and past exam papers. I am the highest rated Tutor on Google for the East London area with over 50 independent Google reviews you can see by searching ‘Rush Resources’.
To challenge my students to aim for the highest attainment, ultimately this is represented by taking the higher paper at GCSE, tackling all topics for the higher paper. To build the confidence of my students and instil a relentless drive and commitment to hard work that goes beyond maths.
I am currently a mathematics student at Warwick looking to share my knowledge and all that I have learnt in order to help and work with students to achieve their aims. I am enthusiastic about my subject and dedicated in providing an effective and enjoyable environment for students to learn.
Explaining through examples and description, but also going through methods and testing the student, whilst highlighting the most important part of an answer that will score marks. Lessons will be started by asking the student if they have anything they're stuck on and want attention on and the lesson will lead from there to aim that they understand what they previously didn't.
In first lessons, I quickly understand the weak points. From there onwards, the student and I work together to turn those weaknesses into strength. Every lesson, as well as covering theory, I also go through practical real-life examples and the exam style question related to the topic of the lesson.
I have a 2:1 degree qualification in BSc Mathematics, and am able to teach students of all levels, being able to adapt to different pupil needs. I will be able to focus with you on areas where you need extra help/attention or help you prepare for your upcoming exams. My simplistic way of teaching involves teaching some theory, providing examples and then setting tasks.
My teaching style is to explain in greater details what the student has learnt from school, with worked examples. I try to teach in a relaxed and friendly manner so the student also enjoys learning and finds the process rewarding. Also go over past exam papers.
My teaching methodology is logic focused which ensures that not only do they learn about things that happen but why do they happen and what is the use of such things. It will be mainly interactive sessions where I will ask the student's questions and they'll ask me questions. This way they will form multiple memories associated with a topic which will make it harder for them to forget said topic.
I have a wealth of resources that I have collected over the years, and I also know what methods work given that I have studied mathematics from GCSEs. I will offer advice on how to get the best grades in preparation for university.
My teaching method is based on presenting the student with a large variety of questions of varying difficulty after I have concisely explained methods to them. I will aim to provide the student with different methods of answering questions so that they may be able to choose what they prefer.
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