I teach using direct instruction, which involves worked examples, often requiring students to then answer questions on mini whiteboards. This is followed by independent work where I am there to help with any questions the student may have. I expect students to complete work outside of tutorials and regularly set exam questions or homework for this.
I base my classes on the topics primarily on the exam board specification or beyond as necessary to suit the student's needs. I make sure to adjust the way I explain a topic to suit the student's learning style, being able to adapt my approach to teaching any topic. I utilise topic related past paper questions where appropriate to ensure a thorough understanding.
I like to make my lessons personal to the student I teach. We will work together to uncover your weaknesses and then I will base my lesson plans on this information. I am able to teach course content and also exam technique. As a student taking public exams for the last four years I have valuable first hand knowledge on how to answer exam questions.
For maths tuition i find it best to go over past exam questions, finding issues that arise to work out where knowledge is laking or needs improving. Then from there we can focus on making sure that area is fully understood so that similar questions, and those using the same theory become a breeze.
I achieved an A in physics and an A* in maths at GCSE and hope to help those younger achieve the same, or better, grades. I'd do this by focusing on developing their understanding of the topic before giving them a set practice.
It is my belief that anyone can learn anything with the right approach. By making sure the student is confident in the core aspects of maths before proceeding to more complicated topics, this then helps to speed up the overall process.
Firstly I will research into the specification and or exam you are currently studying to understand the criteria that needs to be met.
The current A levels are incredibly content heavy and rely on so much more than just knowledge. My approach to exam preparation consists of teaching proper exam technique and utilising both the Feynman and Pomodoro techniques in an attempt to remove rote learning whilst increasing the students ability to concentrate for prolonged periods of time.
I prefer to teach Maths in topics, as this is how I learnt it. I teach content and the methods first, then I like to set exercises to be completed. If there are then any queries they will be answered, then challenge is set.
I aim to tackle any topics my student finds difficult first, and then push for the higher/harder questions if possible.
I use a structured approach to understand exactly where assistance is needed. Lessons would then be based around specific needs. As I have recently completed my GCSEs I would focus on both content and methodology for tests and exams. I appreciate how stressful it can be to not have full confidence in a topic, so my calm and empathetic approach is part of my method.
I studied General Engineering at Oxford University and am currently still a student working on a Computer Science degree from home. I have been tutoring Maths and Physics for 2 years now around Tunbridge Wells and East Grinstead.
Fun enthusiastic - and I would like to think helpful. Very hands, informal method of tutoring in addition to organised helpful notes and validity. I can tutor up to GCSE level and Ad maths as I am currently completing my A levels.
An enthusiastic and hard working physics teacher who is able to teach students across all ages and range. Vasilakis can help pupils make sense of science and get them fired up about the subject. He takes his job very seriously and he is planning science lessons that involve demonstrations, lectures, discussions and hands on experiments.
I am a part qualified actuary who also has a teaching qualification and experience. My lessons will include listening to my students needs and assessing their weak areas with guidance and pratice in answering exam level questions. My approach will be friendly and encouraging.
I teach all aspects of Maths, including algebra, fractions, decimals, percentages, ratio, geometry, trigonometry, arithmetic, statistics, averages, graphs etc. I can tutor anyone from 5 to 50, but I mostly help teenagers with their GCSEs, A Levels, SATs and ACTs. I tutor the three main subjects that people seem to want tutoring in; Maths, Science and English.
Teach maths up to GCSE level, I can help with general understanding around the subject or to prepare for exams. Lessons can be based on pupils specific needs or on general exam practice. Before each lesson I will have a plan in place to maximise the time we have together.
I am happy to teach students from GCSE and below. I achieved an A in GCSE Maths in 2017. I find the best way to teach is by making sure the student fully understands all the methods. Sometimes they are only taught one method at school and that method may not be the best for them.
Hi, I'm Matt! I'm a student currently in my second year of sixth form and am looking for some tutoring opportunities for experience and a bit of cash on the side! I'm a friendly outgoing guy and achieved 2 A*'s in Maths and Further Maths GCSEs. I incorporate a multitude of techniques while teaching (practice questions, worked examples, etc.
I base my class on you the student, what do you need, what are you struggling with, how can I best help. Most importantly, ‘make you stand on your own’, we all learn differently, but once I can see what works for you that’s the recipe for success.
I help identify areas students are weak at by producing a test for them to do and then help them to understand the regions which they are weak at. Go through the topics the students don't understand and explain them as clearly as I can.
I like to think that I have a good way of breaking down complex questions for children so that they can comprehend it better. Please give me information about what subjects the student is struggling at and we can always work through any homework. I may also give additional homework (but not too much) if you want it as I believe that’s the best way of fully learning new subjects.
It totally depends on my students' needs. l always work together with my students during the first sessions to find out what could be the best approach for them to achieve their goals. We also work out a resonable timetable that we both can follow.
I am very patient and level headed in all aspects of my life. My calm demeanor I feel is helpful to someone who is struggling. I try to explain things as simply as I can to give guidance without giving the direct answers.
I plan my lessons to have a strong link between lesson content and real world applications. I emphasise the need for Maths in everyday life as part of the way I teach the subject. I ensure that my teaching is accessible for all my students based on their learning styles.
pretty chill but will get the job done and understand it and then go through some questions .
• Meeting with high expectations and delivering consistent support and learning for pupils and parents • Writing reports to record the academic progress of the tutees after each session • Ensuring all pupils enjoy activities and providing a range of different activities to pursue their interests • Providing parents/guardians with a daily update on their child’s achievements and progre
I teach at a secondary school with classes of up to 32 children, across years 7-13. I teach by example, explaining a new method and getting students to try for themselves. I focus on exam questions as these are the best way to ensure you are exam ready.
Though repetition and long hours of work are the most effective way to get results in a subject such as maths, I prefer a much more open approach and believe more in engaging with the students and in seeking to understand and capitalise on their strengths, as well as understanding their weaknesses and helping them to recoup them with their own ability.
Getting to know the Student well to ensure effective working relationships. Taking every opportunity to praise and develop confidence and self esteem, never giving up on a student. Repeating the message that education provides opportunities for the student and provides a vision and purpose for the future.
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