My style of teaching is very much individual to the student - I am able to provide a very structured approach or simply help with this week's homework. I can give lessons to KS3 and GCSE in Maths, English, Sciences (Triple and Double Award), History and some French. I can also help with AS and A2 Maths, History and Biology.
I'm a student from India doing my MSc. Structural Engineering at the University of Manchester. I'm happy to offer lessons to high schools and civil engineering students. I'm offering lessons related particular queries that students ask me. Lessons may be last for 1 day to 1 week. I can offer home service and library learning.
I'm a 4th year undergraduate Physics student at the University of Manchester. I'm also a creative person, I play piano, produce music and DJ. My teaching method revolves heavily around problem solving- if a new topic is being covered I'd use a variety of sources and media to get across the key principles, followed by some example worked problems.
My name is Konstantina and I teach A level Maths for all boards. During my lessons we will go through the theory of a topic and attempt past paper questions.
I am a first year chemical engineering student at the University of Manchester and I am looking to give lessons to both GCSE and A-Level students. Having gone through the same education and with the stress of A-level exams quite fresh in my mind i understand what exactly students need to know to obtain their dream grade.
I have done biomedical material engineering from queen mary university of London. I have worked in university, research centre, pharmaceutical company and bank. Been doing private tution since past ten years I have been teaching in university and also doing private tution for maths, physics, biology, english. I am ready to work from home online tution. I concentrate fully whilst teaching.
My teaching method is to find a method that works for every student, that is not complex, by talking them through many examples and concentrating on their weak points. Every lesson would entail a short explanation of the topic and then talk them through a worked examples; then allow them to try questions at home, which I would discuss with them during the next session.
My aim is to make the student understand what they are learning, so that they are able to apply their knowledge into difficult questions. My teaching methods are personalised learning and inquiry based learning. I have lots of experience in teaching; I taught groups of students maths preparing them for A levels maths and I taught primary school kids science.
I am an experienced educator who has expertise in a number of subjects. I have a proven track record of success and devise detailed improvement plans for all of my students. I firmly believe that I can offer expert guidance to any student.
I am a graduate of Aerospace Engineering from the University of Manchester, with excellent grades at both GCSE and A Level. I can offer lessons to A Level Maths and Physics Students who either wish to improve their performance, or understand a concept. I have worked as an outdoor instructor, as well as academic tutoring, giving me different ways to approach and explain topics.
I am a 2nd year Politics, Philosophy and Economics student tutoring in a broad range of subjects given my broad academic background. I can use my well-rehearsed teaching ability to school in: Maths and English up to and including GCSE level; History and Religious Education up to and including A-levels; Economics and Philosophy up to and including degree standard.
I am a BEng Chemical Engineering from University of Manchester, completed my A-level and secondary school back in Malaysia. Got an A* for both Chemistry and Mathematics. I liked to relate the teaching materials into the daily life and using different kind of ways to think about and learn.
One thing that sets me apart from other tutors is the fact that I have a lot of energy in becoming very knowledgeable about the manner in which the brain retains information and learns new concepts.
I first scope the subject with my student and identify weaknesses. This can be done after watching them take a short quiz or after a discussion with the student (looking at the marks sheet, corrected tests). I then look at what is expected from the student for that particular subject area (e.g.
I have given lessons to students who are still in school but I am happy to tutor whoever needs. My lessons involve going through many questions as I believe allowing students to attempt questions (with some theory before of course), and then have them explained, is the most productive way to learn.
I have been tutoring privately for over nine years. My main focus is on GCSE Maths and Physics. I also teach pupils who are aiming to sit the Eleven Plus Entrance Exam. I have for most part used past material readily available from their website (The Manchester Grammar Boys).
I like to teach students to understand rather than to cram. This is important because once you understand there is nothing you cannot tackle! I also like to make lessons fun and interactive, that way everyone is comfortable to ask questions about things they don't understand.
Being a teacher I particularly focus on teaching the core concepts of mathematics to my students to develop their strong foundation. Later on I go to advance study but I always keep repeating basic concepts to make ease for my students.
I am currently an International Business uni student studying and living in Manchester. I have previously lived and studied in Warrington, Blackpool and overseas in Asia (Brunei, Singapore). I got mostly A's and A*'s for my GCSE's and got an high grade A in Maths. I would say I'm a very down to earth person but I take education seriously and teaching has always been a passion.
I am currently a first year dental student looking to teach secondary and GCSE level chemistry and maths. My methods of teaching are simple and therefore, easy to follow as well as being informative. My aim is to increase the confidence of my pupils in these two subjects as I know how frustrating and not to mention how easy it can be to fall behind in class.
My teaching methodology is very contingent depending on the topic, the student and the need of the hour. I customize each lesson according to the intellectual capability of the student and emphasize on understanding of the concepts by the students instead of making them just remember formulas.
It depends if the student wants to learn something new or if they need assistance on something they are struggling with. If it’s something they haven’t learnt, a clear lesson on the concept is what I would start with, followed by questions for students to try and test they’re understanding, allowing them to clarify they’re doubts.
As well as GCSE students I also aid those in Primary get into the Grammar School of their choice, and help those in KS3 gain an advantage over their peers. My techniques are tailored for each student but I use a range of tools from tablet computers to white boards to bring the subject to life.
Everyone works at their own pace, and everyone learns differently. My teaching style aims to accommodate for all styles of learning through patience and perseverance. As a teacher working through examples with the student, showing them the recommended approach and then letting them take the lead working through practice questions proves an effective and successful method.
My teaching method is very rigorous and challenging. It is not easy and it does not cater to students who have low ambitions. I can encourage motivation and I have experience in working with difficult learners. I ask for students who have sight on working towards an fulfilling future and are willing to do whatever it takes to be the most successful individual they can be.
My teaching method is, we start off the lesson by doing Arithmetic and then I will go over the work make sure they understand and then I will let the students get on with the work. I am a friendly and relatable tutor because I am the same age and I am still going through school which means I know what they're going through.
Hey, I am student that is currently still studying Maths and I have chosen to help other learn algebra because personally I believe that it is the easiest area in maths that anyone could possible learn.
I am a student at the University Of Manchester studying physics. I teach maths to all secondary school students. I like students to understand the content, and I try my best to ensure the student knows what is going on in each example.
I give maths lessons to students that struggle with the basics or with a specific subject. I myself aquired a grade 7 in maths at gcse which means I would be capable to teach students of a young age or students that struggle.
My teaching method is simple; ask questions and we answer them together. You will be treated as a classmate more than as a student for me and I will give the most time. I am looking forward to helping more students. If my way of teaching is not ideal, tell me your way and we will do it like that.
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