I begin by assessing the learning needs of the student. Following this, I select appropriate Scottish Qualifications Authority questions from past papers and demonstrate how to answer each question in an easy to understand and methodical manner. When a question can be approached in more than one way, I will take the time to explain the multiple methods.
My teaching ways change from each pupil, I always aim to find the best teaching method best suited to each pupil.
I try to approach each subject with a real world example to understand the fundamentals to build on, and work through harder examples with this idea in mind.
Hello! I'm a student of Software Engineering at the moment, which means lots of maths! Luckily I've always enjoyed it and seemed to have been successful with it. I look to help the student actually understand the maths they are doing, rather than just memorising and repeating.
Hey, I'm Finn. I'm almost 17. I recently obtained an A in Higher mathematics, physics, chemistry and computing and have now left school to do artificial intelligence at Edinburgh University next year. I recognise 5th year is the hardest year of high school. What it comes down to is understanding and studying. With my knowledge, I know the ins and outs of these 4 courses.
I have a bunch of crucial notes that I can teach about specific topics (for example, trigonometry) I can also go through passpapers and help find the solutions to difficult questions.
In this lessons we will have a dynamic class where we will practice maths and we will solve doubts about any issues related with the subject. I offer this class in two languages, English, and Spanish.
My teaching method is pretty personalised and built entirely around the individual. In all cases, I am friendly, patient and easy going. Everyone learns in a different way, and I try my best to accommodate for that. We'll go over whatever it is you're stuck on in particular, and work to make your weakness a strength.
I am Maria Ayuso, an undergraduate student at Glasgow University, studying Mathematics and Statistics. I am available to tutor secondary school pupils in Math. Math is a very logical subject and sometimes all you need if for someone to explain things to you in a different way for you to be able to understand it.
I have a BSc. (hons) in Physics with Astrophysics at 2:2 level. I was born in Glasgow and schooled here. I know the education system well and will familiarise student with techniques for exam study. Breaking my lessons into 3 parts; recap, examples and goals. Meaning, I will first identify what needs to be taught and how best to teach it.
I am a Chemistry student in Glasgow and have just left high school. I studied maths and chemistry all the way through from National 5 to Advanced higher. In my lessons I will identify weaker areas that require more attention and consistently try to improve them by teaching them in further details and giving extra practice. As well as bringing up the stronger areas too.
I help each client based on their unique needs and requirements. I help them achieve their goals in ways that suits them best.
I have experience in teaching Mathematics for the Secondary level in Bangladesh. I think here I can teach Mathematics to the primary level students. At first, before starting my lesson I would like to talk with student/s and parents to find out the priorities. I approach with simple to the complex method for solving the mathematical problems.
I have recently graduated with a first in Mathematics from the University of Glasgow and will be perusing a Masters. I am passionate about my subject and have also enjoyed tutoring all levels from secondary to second year university level.
Each individual has it own way of learning and my teaching approach will be adjusted for the individual. I will be giving lessons up to A Levels. I will be guiding you to achieve the grade you are looking for.
A qualified secondary maths teacher. Patient, persistent, keeping it simple, building solid foundations and getting excellent results. I enjoy teaching a range from helping learners who can't yet multiply or add to National 5/GCSE/iGCSE, Higher/A- Level/IB and complex problem solving and recreational maths like the maths challenge or nrich project (run by Cambridge University.) In my lessons, I.
Enthusiastic maths student, have done arrange of different maths based subjects at the University of strathclyde. I think the best way to learn is example driven and repartition as I think this is the best way I learned.
I am 22 years old who used to study in Germany and took a transfer in Strathclyde in Civil engineering department. I prefer working with students at highschool who need help with maths and physics. I use the same techniques as the IBO uses for the IB-Diploma as i have a degree from IB.
If there is anything else I enjoy more than science - it is helping others understand it. As a student, I have a flexible timetable which makes me adaptable to the pupil's own timetable. Tutoring can be done via many methods such as phone, online and, preferably, in person. I believe I have the ability to explain things thoroughly in a clear and succinct manner.
In my teaching I depend and focusing on clarify everything in the topic that I teach, and indeed, give a lot of helpful examples that make the idea very clear. also, I have special method of teaching by connect the relative principles even though are not included in curriculum, but they really helpful to full understanding.
I'm a fun, young and patient ex student who has been tutoring for 3 years. I studied in secondary teaching, cinema, Theatre, criminology, psychology and business management. I usually start the session by making a bad joke to make you comfortable. Afterwards, we go through together your last exam(s) so I can know exactly where you need help.
Throughout several years of tutoring alongside my studies, my enthusiasm has been driven by a strong belief that every person can excel in and (eventually) enjoy mathematics, regardless of the level at which they start.
My teaching style is predominantly going through questions together on topics that the student is currently learning in school. I find that helping a student tackle problems is the best way to understand the subject, as well as the possible nature of examinations.
I am a dedicated tutor that aims to develop specific tutoring plans adapted individually to each one of my students. To do this I will study the relevant curriculum closely and try to understand as precisely as possible the student's strengths and weaknesses.
I teach Maths by laying out a structure of working to solve a problem, and teach how to identify a problem to then to use the newly learned structure and break down the complex question into easy-step solutions. It is a method I use in Engineering Maths at University and is a technique that arms anyone with the ability to solve a complex maths problem.
I teach my classes to kids looking for help with Scottish exam level maths and physics. I focus on the existing knowledge and skills of the child, questioning them to think of solutions then guiding them through these, as I think we learn so much better when we are challenged ourselves to produce the answer rather than copy a routine.
I give tutoring in Mathematics up to and including A-level or Advanced Highers standard in Glasgow city centre, west end, South side. I also tutor casual adult learners. My lessons are structured as follows: REPS; that is Reviewing past lessons/homework. Explanation of new material , guided Practice of the new material and Summary.
I give lessons to GCSE students who need a boost or some one on one attention to reach the grade they need (whether it be a C or an A*). I believe that all students learn differently and have varying strengths and weaknesses, especially in Maths, so I do my best to cater to each student's individual learning style.
I am currently a second year undergraduate maths student at Glasgow university looking to give lessons to Primary and secondary school students in Glasgow west end. I received an A* in Mathematics A Level and an A in Further Maths before coming to Scotland to study.
I give lessons for all the level, i have experience on teaching as i have teached at public school. Usually i start approaching with theory and exercises and applications. The structure of my lessons is 10 minutes for repeat the last lessons and then come on with the theory, and do others exercises. The last 0 minutes to correct the last exercises and repeat the main concept of the day lesson.
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