My teaching method is interactive.
I give lessons to biology A-level and GCSE students. I base my content on the specification of the exam board that the student is studying under. This ensures that students are confident on every aspect that they need to know.
I am a warm and patient person, and I like to be organised with everything I do! My lessons involve talking through problems together and targeting any issues clearly.
Ideal for IB students, GCSE students and below to support with work learnt in lessons and to assist with course work and revision. I got an A at GCSE and 5 in Higher level biology, I also train sea cadets and have experience working with many different people, I tutor in the best way for your learning style.
currently optometry student, hence have a good understanding of concepts in Biology. Provide help to anyone who is struggling with GCSE/A-level Biology or simply wants to achieve top grades in their biology exam! - Focussing on topics from the textbook which are most difficult to the student, - How to answer exam questions and achieve each mark.
I find dividing big topics up into smaller sub-topics works well to break down the sometimes intimidating wall of knowledge you need to get over! I love using colours, images, videos and diagrams to help explain basic concepts, before adding in the detail on top.
I approach each student uniquely as no one individual is the same. Therefore everyone learns in a different way and at a different pace. I like to gain an insight into how my students are originally taught to gauge the difficult areas faced and tackle those. Also my main goal is to ensure that the content is taught in a way to make it applicable to all scenarios and questions.
I have always been passionate about the world around me and the subjects which I have studied, with the sciences having especially peaked my interest. Public exams for most students are a daunting prospect.
My teaching method is quite flexible and will often depend on each individual student and their preferred learning styles. I base my lessons around the current curriculum - can be AQA/Edexel/OCR (for GCSE or A-level) or up to KS3 level. I tend to approach each topic in smaller sections and break core units etc. down into easier to absorb sub-units.
It will be student centered, that will be based on initial assessment of student's knowledge. Then followed upon by discussion oriented lectures rather than passive teaching. Teaching would involve regular evaluation of understanding by multiple choice questions as well as written exams.
my full name is Delgado Richardo luke chambers and am 16 however don't think because of my age am probably don't know hat am teaching I been teaching my brothers and over people for ages and that my work experience was in a science lab and that I taught a class of student some stuff while the teacher went out, I am able to teach anything from in biology, for example, cell and etc
I am a patient teacher. I listen carefully to what aspects of the course a student is struggling with and address them first. I teach very closely to the examination syllabus for IB/A-Level/GCSE as I believe this is the best way to see a big improvement in grades. Understanding the course is essential to receiving a good mark.
I can help teach students with their understanding and writing structure. I find the most important issue students have is being able to concisely explain processes and problems to efficiently hit the marking scheme. I can provide challenging work for the student as homework to sustainably add to their learning and help them achieve their dream grades.
My teaching style would that of a facilitator whereby I promote self-learning and help students develop critical thinking skills and retain knowledge that leads to self-actualization. This trains students to ask questions and helps develop skills to find answers and solutions through exploration.
I start teaching by first dividing the syllabus at hand according to the timeline up to the exam. I set a goal to reach per day so that we have covered everything thoroughly once or even better twice before the exam. I make use of diagrams in explaining certain subjectd like anatomy for example. Finally i end by giving the pupil practice questions.
My teaching method is very visual. I like to draw out what im explaining rather than creating pages of long text. This is so the student can see for themselves how something works or how to get to a specific answer. I only work at the pace of the individual student and can happily adapt to their specific learning style if mine doesn't work for them.
My teaching method is problem-based. This means you go on an try to solve a problem step by step and I assess the quality with which you are going through the process. For instance, sometimes, the problem with a chemistry problem is actually the algebra of the student.
I am currently in my final year of studies where I am writing my dissertation on Antibiotic resistance and the evolution of the immune system. My methods of teaching are simple - students lead the lesson and focus on their key weaknesses.
I listen to students and make sure develop a good teaching plan for students to ensure they grasp and understand the concept fully so that their learning is easier.
You remember things best when you either love it or hate it... I definitely want you to love biology and be as interested in biological processes as I am! My main aim is to help you understand and have an interest in the subject.
I encourage and foster independence of my students. My teaching method is based on what type of learner my tutee is, i.e visual, auditory, reading/writing or kinesthetic.
My name is Tara and I'm an American veterinary student finishing up my last year of school here in London. I have a Bachelor's degree in biology from Hawaii Pacific University and an associates degree in Liberal Studies. Additionally, I'm currently finishing my master's by research by studying the social dimensions of invasive species management in St. Kitts.
I give my lessons to GCSE and A-level students who need any form of extra support in lessons. I aim to improve confidence in exam-taking by exposing students to material early and giving them enough practice to face any kind of scenario! I also help students by breaking down very complex topics and consolidating their understanding.
I am a medical student looking for an opportunity to tutor younger children in Biology. This was a subject i loved at school and continue to enjoy at university as it plays a crucial role in my degree. I have had previous experience tutoring children specifically at Kumon learning centre assisting with explaining concepts to those who struggled.
My teaching method is based on fact relating and understanding, thinking outside the box and problem solving by practice. During 2 years of studying Biology to pass the exam to get into university I created my own strategy to learn fast and include vision memory, listening and motor skills, that allowed me to score 94/100 % at the exam.
My teaching methodology is mainly interactivity. I like to inspire the student and to make them want to learn more. I truly believe that the best way of learning is by searching and discussing with logic and reason different topics. I like to use different methods for delivering content such as presentations, animations, pictures, diagrams and videos.
I am a 2nd year Biomedical Science student that is on track to finish with a 1st class. I give lessons to GCSE and A Level students in Biology and Chemistry. However, I can also teach adult students. The way I like to teach is, to begin with learning the theory as quickly and efficiently as possible then spending the remaining time to do practise questions.
I have two years experience in tutoring GCSE and A Level biology and chemistry to students of all abilities. I break down the specification into manageable topics and regularly review my student's progress. I customise the curriculum to the student’s learning style and work on exam technique to ensure students are confident and obtain top grades.
I am a Medical Doctor from India doing my masters in research in UCL. I have been teaching medical students for the past 5 years. I believe in the concept of positive conditioning. Teaching is my passion, always will be.
I'm an enthusiastic and optimistic 2nd year MSci Neuroscience student, looking to tutor you! I'll tailor the lessons to your needs, preferences and learning style, but enjoy using practice questions, online resources and extra books. I like to use a hands on approach, using activities and problem solving to engage in learning.
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