I teach only up to GCSE Level to account for the change in specification recently - My method of teaching is to assess the level of the student in each topic to be taught, and to focus first on their weaknesses and then to fortify their strengths once their weak points are brought up to a sufficiently high level.
I believe in teaching fundamental concepts and avoid rote learning! I am able to quickly able to assess the requirements of all my students and adapt my teaching style and resources to ensure they make progress in every lesson.
I first check and go through Homework set from the week before. I then go over and teach new topics and topics students are weak at. Sometimes the learner has a choice in choosing what they want to learn. I then set them homework for the next time I see them and regularly test them on what we have learnt.
I love engaging with my student and focusing on areas of weakness to build their skills. With my knowledge in these subjects, my students are assured to succeed.
I discuss with the student and parents their goals, the school's scheme of work and analysis/results from practice papers before creating a bespoke plan. I ensure to link topics to the real world and other topics to make them more interesting as well as discussing exam techniques. My teaching style is adapted to the student's learning style, e.g. using visual resources if a visual learner.
Each lesson will begin with a short recap on the previous lesson, or a look over any work that was set. Then we will go through some sample questions of a new topic before I ask you to try them on your own. If I feel it is needed, I will also set some further practice questions to consolidate your learning.
Lessons are for A-level students taking core 1-4 classes and Statistics 1 classes I approach each topic with a step by step into the basics of the topic then go into the different kinds of questions which are asked by the test papers
1) recognising the pattern , concept or rule being applied. 2) Model applicable situations and exam style questions. 3) Have you repeat the pattern, concept or rule with similar exam style questions.
I am an enthusiastic and motivated A-Level student with ambitions of Investment banking. Upon understanding my student, I teach accordingly providing them with all the help they require to enable them to reach their maximum ability. My teaching approach varies from 1to1 individual teaching, online resources, textbooks and my personal knowledge and experience.
My teaching methodology is based on approaching the subject from the outside in. To understand the idea of the topic first and then learn the skills in the detail to solve problems. I teach from Year 9 to A-level. I spend time discussing the subject matter with the students at the beginning and then believe in rigorous practice using a variety of resources.
Instead of giving lectures and solving doubts as they ask I make my students participate. When teaching a new topic I give lots of examples and keep questioning the student. When asked about a doubt in that topic after it has been taught I make the students clear their own doubts by counter questioning and giving them clues.
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i am a Chinese oversea student who studied GCSE and A levels in UK. i want to use summer time to help any GCSE and A level student who has problems on maths. i achieved my own way of learning and time schedules to get good result on exams, i want to share all my great experience with all of you.
I am an 18 year old student who has recently finished her A-levels in Maths, Chemistry and Biology, planning to study accounting and finance in University. I am an enthusiastic and sociable person who believes that students learn in different ways, some require someone to simply go through the topic in a little more depth, some require many visual aids.
In my experience, it is very important that the student understands the exam skills required. Also, practice makes perfect! I support the student in becoming a more independent thinker, which is crucial in interpreting the exam questions, problem-solving, and developing responses to certain questions.
Having been a teacher for ten years, I have developed a range of teaching strategies to support students. Flexibility and constientiousness is key in my approach as I can adapt lessons as needed to the students immediate needs while taking great care to provide lessons which can help my students gain accelerated progress quickly.
I teach based on topics, such as learning addition, subtraction, geometry, fractions, etc. However, the best approach apart from subjects, I find, is finding out where the student is at and if there is anything specific he or she is struggling with. Then we work on that, practice, and perfect it as we learn. I really enjoy teaching children the basics of math.
A well organized and consistent person with a wealth of experience in observing lessons and helping students complete various tasks and solving mathematical problems. I have experience of GCSE/O'Level to undergraduate tutoring in Maths and Science coupled with taking care of the teaching needs of students under my supervision.
I currently am a Physics student at university and aim to become an aerospace engineer. I taught a student GCSE chemistry and she was able to improve by a whole grade up. This has encouraged me to start offering lessons to students within secondary school, as well as primary school. I believe that applying a disciplined approach to education allows you to have more clarity when in an exam.
I live to teach others and I can teach meany different ways depending on the child's needs or requirements. I am more confident with teaching secondary children but i am able to teach primary children also. My favourite way of teaching is by starting with introduction and in continuing with what they have learnt and an improving on what they need to improve on.
I am a student at the University of Glasgow currently studying Mechanical Engineering with Aeronautics. I achieved excellent GCSE's an then I progressed onto studying the "Engineering Foundation Year" at Northumbria University Newcastle. From there I am now studying Bachelors and Masters at the University of Glasgow.
My method of teaching is building on the foundations of students, working from the knowledge they currently possess and building up to an understanding of a concept. My aim is for students to be able to understand where the theorems and equations they use come from and therefore have a better understanding of the topic.
I have recently finished my A Level studies and am looking to go to UCL to study Chemistry in September. I am a hardworking, responsible and enthusiastic person who believes that education is valuable and can help to open many doors in a student’s later life, which is why I decided to be a tutor. I have 11 GCSEs Grade A* to B and have studied Maths, chemistry and Economics at A Level.
I am a 18 year old who has just completed his A levels, in Maths, Biology and Economics, from Ilford County Grammar school. I will teach those subjects at A levels and all sciences, maths and english at GCSE level for which I achieved A's and A*'s in. Furthermore, I have a year's experience in private tutoring as well.
My teaching method is designed towards passing knowledge to pupil in a way and manner that they can easily understand the subject through the use of illustration and objects that bring home the point. I have successfully adopted this method for students especially written their GCSE with much success.
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