My approach to tutoring is to consider every student as an individual and to make learning fun. I have a passion for the subjects that I teach and I try to enthuse my students too. A happy student is a more productive student and I endeavour to make my tutoring sessions a highlight of their week, rather than a chore.
I currently teach KS3, IGCSE and A-Level Maths at an international school, where I specialise in Cambridge International Examinations. My lessons consist of doing a starter based on a previous topic or background knowledge needed for the new topic. Then I teach the concept, do a couple of examples and I let pupils try exercises on their own, with scaffolding if needed.
Understanding is always better than memorisation. True depth in understanding eliminates the need to remember facts/processes/tricks/examples as much, which makes an exam a whole lot less stressful! (I talk from experience!!!) My aim when tutoring is always to foster this depth in understanding and not simply to get a student through an exam on their capacity to retain information temporarily.
I've made students who were failing their degree studies become university toppers (references provided upon request). Results for 2016/7: 100% A*-B grades achieved. I also offer help with assignments / projects at undergraduate/postgraduate levels. Q.
With 43 years professional experience I tutor in all major subjects of Civil Engineering. Examples: 1) Hydraulics 2) Concrete Structures 3) Steel Structures 4) Mathematics 5) Management 6) MICE qualification I live in central London and accept students to my teaching space. I do not visit students.
I use personalised tutoring to compliment learners school/college maths lessons by keeping regular communication with the topics covered in class to reinforce core mathematical concepts and revise for specific forthcoming tests/examinations. This has resulted in learners achieving their goals, whether that be moving up a set in school or acceptance into their 1st choice Russel Group University.
My teaching method consists in understanding the why, the how and the what for. We learn a lot of things at school that we don’t really see a use for in real life. As much as possible, I try to always give examples on how it can be used in real life. I also teach how to work faster and smarter whilst still respecting the fundamental hypotheses that allow one to use this or that technique/theorem.
The aspect of work that most distinguishes the top students from the rest is the number of past questions they complete. For this reason my classes general follow a pattern of me teaching for around a third of our time, completing questions based on that topic for the next third and then completing questions on topics previously encountered for the final third.
I don't have muchexperience at teaching as it isn't something I've done before. Though having a sister and younger relatives I'm very good with kids and hence this makes me quite interested in teaching. Myself I'm only 16 years old and being somewhat closer to these primary and secondary ages I feel that I know better than anyone on how to teach the subject.
What I find crucially important is that the tutor should never complete the homework or coursework instead of the student, but rather orientate him/her in the right direction and assist his/her development. I will pay attention to the pupil's own needs and learning rhythm.
I give lessons to students in primary or secondary school who may be studying for their GCSES. I have just completed the new specification for the Maths GCSES examinations therefore I have a lot of experience in this subject as i have gained a grade A. However I believe i am able to teach students the necessary content and examination style qualifications needed to achieve full marks in the exams.
As Socrates told "I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them think”. Thats my way. Everyone taken birth in this world has got a unique talent. Its the duty of teacher to bring it up by observing them. If learning is an endless process so the teaching should be.
I believe that a deeper understanding of a topic is superior to memorising how to answer specific questions. Only with a deeper understanding can a student feel confident in solving their way through any variation of a problem. Being able to ask questions also allows gaps in their knowledge to be filled and thus leaves them with a greater understanding and passion for the subject.
As a recent engineering graduate, I am offering lessons to students through school (primary and secondary), including GCSE and A-levels (or equivalent). My lessons are always centred on clearing up doubts a student has with the material they would be going through in school and focusing on developing an understanding of the concepts both theoretically and in practice.
My method of teaching encourages learning by heavy practicing; I truly believe anyone can learn Mathematics at a higher level through consistent, constant and thorough practicing.
My teaching methodology is to try to form a strong conceptual background for my students by instilling the wonder of science in everyday life. So, get ready to discover magic in boring things like pulleys, gears, algebra and trigonometry.
With an innovative and systematic model of teaching, I have developed methods of ensuring that students grasp the concepts completely. While teaching maths, I aim to give students a head start on their peers by teaching unique tips and tricks to further their understanding.
Subsequently I have worked with Years 2 to 6 in primary schools, as well as more teaching of KS3 Maths in secondary schools. As a class teacher I have become skilled at teaching, planning, assessing and levelling children, as well as organising and assisting duties and tasks.
My teaching method is such that I break down the topics into the most simplest way possible so that even the students who are struggling to learn would be able to learn. I'm very determined and passionate about helping others that I would not easily give up until the student fully understands a topic.
My teaching method is to try to show the concepts, and to go through them step-by-step to ensure the students understand the material, and don't just have to memorise a method! I like to create my own problems, building up in difficulty so that hard problems are easily solveable!
My teaching method depends on the experience of my tutees and the difficulties they have with their studies. For those who have grasped the concepts before in school lessons, I focus on exam technique and practice questions.
I like to break down the whole syllabus and specification so we can go through key aspects in detail. I firstly explain concepts and give the key information that need to be remembered such as equations or graph types. Then to recap i give mini tests to check that you understand the topic.
I am a final year sixth form college student. I received 6 A*’s and 4 A’s at GCSE, including an A* in maths. I am currently studying maths at A level, with a predicted A, along with Business Studies and Law.
I offer individual private tuition in Mathematics and English for KS1 and KS2, and Mathematics for KS3, and preparation for entrance exams. I check what the student wants/ needs to improve in and going out of that and using exercises, home works and learning techniques/ strategies I help them to gain confidence and start working hard but with ease solving the so called "problem" independently.
Hi! I'm a medical student at University College London who gives online lessons in maths to students in year 9 and below and online lessons in biology and chemistry to students in GCSE years and below. Lessons with me include reviewing school work or learning new content before it is learnt in school, whilst focusing on building up self confidence in students.
I am a UK qualified mathematics teacher with twelve years experience in UK secondary schools at all ability levels. I help students, via online lessons, to find their way with maths, to achieve their best goals in the subject through a solid grasp of techniques.
Each lesson I will teach in a way to fit the needs of the pupil, these may include: - Staying ahead of the Syllabus taught in school, by teaching the syllabus on a weekly basis, allowing the pupil to have a better grip on a topic by the time they are scholastically introduced to it.
Always start with a puzzle. This has served me well teaching from primary level to A-Level. The lesson should always start with a problem that draws the student in and gets them thinking. Really thinking. Playing around with numbers, concepts and different approaches is the corner stone of mathematical creativity. This is the base, from which, the rest of the lesson can flow from.
My method is fairly simple: first I approach basic understanding of topics, focusing on areas of weakness until I am satisfied that my student has good comprehension of the subject area. After this I focus on exam technique (this is, after all, where most marks are gained and lost).
Individual teaching in GCSE maths, physics and chemistry, by going to your designated location, such as your home. I will tutor by talking, doing GCSE exam questions and explaining in thorough detail. I have graduated high school with 11 GCSE’s. My strongest subject is science followed by mathematics.
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