I used to be a former state representative in rhythmic gymnastic back in my home country in Malaysia. I used to train 8 hours a day when competition is around the corner. Also, during my free time, i used to coach children from about age 7-12 or maybe even older.
I'm a Korean student fluent in English. I am currently studying in the University of Edinburgh and hope that by engaging in daily conversations, I can improve your English speaking skills and also for those hoping to learn basic Korean.
I’m a graduate masters in architecture student who offers tutorials to those interested in architecture with drawing, theory, CAD softwares, the adobe suites and other design based professions such as photography and illustration. I tend to teach via Skype, however I can prepare videos for students to watch back and can also respond via email.
I'm a 2nd year college student in University of Edinburgh. I have been playing the piano for 11 years and I'm good at arising interest. The secret of playing the piano is to practice more. I can accompany you to practice. I'm good at maths and electronics, besides I can teach you Chinese language. I'm patient, responsible and serious for my student.
I am university senior student in Bsc in physical sciences with a pending degree in chemical engineering. I give physics lessons and mathematics lessons, and also university calculus maths. My lessons is in the firm of home visit lessons, videos lessons,notes via emails and other social media, help learners with their assignment and I also go through past exam paper with the learners.
My approach to teaching maths comes from having studied ‘Kumin’ math throughout my childhood. The learning of fundamentals will put any student at great stead for a strong relationship with maths.
I am a biomedical sciences undergraduate student at the University of Edinburgh. I am able to teach A-level students, GCSE and SQA students biology and chemistry. I adapt to student psychology and teach in the way that works best whether this be adapting towards teaching those who learn visually, auditory learners or those who understand things by pure logic.
My name is Ryan Shah and I am a fourth year Computer Science student at Heriot-Watt University, predicted a 1st-class degree. I am willing to guide those who are studying a degree in the same field as well as those with a profound interest in the subject. I highly encourage learning by example but strongly advise against using other code.
I like to get to know my students and find out where they are and are not confident in terms of the material and practical work. From there we can work on going a little bit outside of their comfort level a bit at a time in order for them to get the best understanding of the material through hands-on activities and fun methods to understand the information.
I am a native English speaker with a BA, Masters and a PhD, that specialises in proof-reading and editing academic texts. I have a wide range of subject knowledge and specialise in proof-reading for students writing in a second-language. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I proof-read texts of ALL SUBJECTS at undergraduate and postgraduate level. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a high school student who is able to teach Mathematics, English, Chemistry, Biology, administration and IT, French, Yoruba and Modern Studies. I do this by using textbooks to explain the concept to the individual and online past papers and questions to help them practice. I also give regular short tests to help me and the child know what they are grasping and what they need more support on.
I am currently studying French and Business at the University of Edinburgh and looking to tutor GCSE or A-Level students in French. I intend on supporting the student through their exams if they need some extra one on one help that they might not be able to receive in a classroom.
I like to keep things simple so I don't confuse the student. I organise little quizzes, tests, games because it's easier to learn for younger students. For adults it's just based on memory, get them to learn a few phrases, then have them translate facts about themselves and to be able to remember those, and each week test them on the memory of 10-15 words.
I begin by determining the level of the student and analyzing their strengths and weaknesses. Based on the gathered knowledge, I create individual plans for each student, in order to help them better grasp programming concepts.
I believe in working through problems to gauge the area most in need of support, then addressing that topic.
Very adaptable and can cater for any method of learning. Graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry with plenty of tutoring experience at school and university level in maths, physics, chemistry, environmental sciences, and biology. Hours are flexible.
I start off by finding out what your level of reading, writing, speaking and listening is and I would always adapt to whatever the student is doing in school or in lessons at that time. I would have a conversation (in Spanish obviously) about a topic to start off, then develop it by doing grammar exercises, explaining vocabulary, grammar and phrases.
I like to give practice fun homework examples that not only teach language, but culture. I believe for someone to truly learn a language, they must dive into the people, customs, country and culture; from anywhere in the world. This type of learning method integrates and rounds out the learning to a broad, fun manner.
I'm a surfer and artist from California and I love to teach English by speaking about the things that interest my students and me, like music, art and traveling. My wife and I come from a big family and work well with all ages! I try to keep the lessons fun and customize them for each of my students.
My lessons can be useful to students of sports science, physics teacher wishing to introduce sport into their lessons or just anyone interested in the science behind sports. I can teach you how motion, forces, energy, aerodynamics and environmental conditions can define sporting performance.
Although my doctorate degree is in the fields of biomedical engineering, most parts of the research project were computer and software engineering related. To me, both disciplines are absorbing and interesting subjects, where there is always something new to learn.
I am an English native but with French and Norwegian family, I have lived and worked in both countries so I will be able to offer near fluent conversational or exam prep classes wherever it is most convenient, whether it be at home or in coffee shops.
My teaching methodology is dynamic and flexible. My classes are always adapted to the student's goal.
I'm happy to base my lessons around whatever subject interests you. Previously, my students have asked me to edit texts they have written, explain grammar structures, and help them with prononciation.
First of all I will ascertain my tutee's goals and at what stage they are at already. I will then work collaboratively with them to create suitable tasks to undertake and goals to work towards. With my background in psychology I have a great understanding of learning processes and memory aids / revision methods and am keen to utilise these.
I try to teach through tutorial-style classes; i begin by giving the student a problem and guiding them through the process of dividing it into manageable blocks which can be solved more easily.
My teaching method is very simple, we identify the topics you need to learn. Then, I prepare them as a lecture for you and finally, we go through a series of practical exercises that will allow me to see how much have you learned and identify if there is something we need to reinforce.
• I give fair and equitable distribution of time and showed respect for all students. • I offer challenges with games and delivered the age-appropriate content and movement material. • I've managed more than 30 students from the age of 13-18 in the studios and delivered the best possible age-appropriate material.
I'm currently studying Computing Science at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh. I'm very passionate about Computing, and I personally know how valuable it is to have a mentor/tutor to help you understand Computing Science concepts and methodologies better.
I'm an artist and designer originally from California, but currently living in Edinburgh as my wife receives her Masters. I love teaching Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD and REVIT because I use them everyday, so I know how valuable it is to have even a basic understanding of them. Also, my wife and I come from a very large family, so I work well with all ages.
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