Wherever possible I teach using real life examples. I also use a lot of past exam papers so students get used to the form and style of questions. So the final exam just looks like another bit of homework. I can also include some practical work if required.
I am a science teacher with many years experience of teaching in schools but also lecturing at University level. I worked as a research scientist before training as a teacher. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths and English at key stage 1 and 2. At Key stage 3 and 4 I teach Biology, Chemistry and Physics. At A level I teach Chemistry and Biology. - Tell me about your qualifications.
My teaching focus on building concepts and fundamentals by explaining them in simple way (using lots of examples), quick revision and recap of previous lesson, flash cards, mind map and lots of practise with past exam questions to achieve higher grades
I am a patient person who tries, where possible, to guide my tutees through a topic without doing everything for them. From my experience this active process allows a student to come to their own conclusions, better reinforcing the information in their mind than just a passive, watching exercise.
Interactive teaching. It means that the lessons are not memorised but embedded into the student’s mind. Interactive teaching causes students to pay attention to detail and are also involved in the process of unfolding key learning steps. Since GCSE I’ve found flaws in teaching methods. My learning came from extracurricular activities which I designed myself since my lessons were not fulfilling.
I use a combination of teaching new materials and also examination practice. I work around the needs of the students and also follow a curriculum outline. I have taught all of the main examination boards Edexcel, AQA and OCR Science. As a tutor that can teach both maths and science, I am able to integrate learning from both disciplines.
homework to be completed and sent over before each class, mock tests, extra notes that I used. I use interactive whiteboard just like a classroom. I will not only review your whole syllabus to ensure I deliver the best tutoring, but I will help you in exam technique.
A student myself, I understand the pressures of meeting deadlines and grades. I take an organised and methodic approach to learning- using mind maps, flashcards and other materials to encourage memory recall.
I am an experienced ex-teacher. I am most interested in getting students to understand Science, and particularly Physics, as I believe that this gives them the best chance of applying their knowledge to different exam questions, and even enjoying it! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I tutor all the Sciences to GCSE. I tutor Physics and Applied Science at A-Level.
I enjoy teaching, and have been giving private tutions for many years now. I enjoy seeing my students achieve their goals and ambitions with my help and guidance. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Biology, Chemistry, Human Biology, Biological sciences at KS1, KS2, KS3,SATS, GCSE, BTEC, BTEC National, A/AS level, HND and degree level.
Available to teach maths and all sciences from KS2 SATs to GCSE, and A level Biology. I prefer to teach in your home. I'm a qualified teacher and am DBS checked. From September 2016 I am offering lessons by Skype for overseas students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths, Science - Chemistry, Physics, Biology. I have recently started teaching Mandarin up to GCSE.
First of all I will try to focus on basic level concepts once the basic concepts are clear we can move further,I can provide any data related to Engineering Subjects.
I like to let my students lead what lessons they need, be that based on a homework or a particular topic that they haven't understood that week. Each student needs a different speed of learning, if you do not understand something the first time, then I will find a new way of explaining it until you do.
I approach tutoring by first looking over the whole syllabus and dividing up sections by those which will require more time and effort towards and areas which may have already been touched upon previously by the student to dedicate and set out a lesson plan across the time from first meeting my student to the examination period.
Formerly a university lecturer and a fully qualified teacher (PGCE). I am currently a junior partner in an educational centre, teaching A level Psychology, GCSE Biology/English and preparation for 11+ and 13+. I have a proven track record of success. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Psychology, English, Biology, Health & Social Care, Sociology - Tell me about your qualifications.
My teaching method is first trying to.tacjle any issues the student is having and then approaching topics to revise and make the student understand more clearly.i will also.be using online resources which I will make available for the student and i will use exam papers and revision guides from the appropriate exam board.
My lesson plans are very methodological. I always start with finding the exam board the student's subject is in. The best place to start is to find the learning objectives for the subject from the exam board and work through these objectives one by one until we have completed specific sections.
My teaching method is based on assessing the student’s level of understanding of each topic, versus the level required and then deliver training based on theory discussions, guided and unguided experiments and discovery, to ensure best understanding possible, while also satisfying the syllabus requirements.
After teaching people of my age and younger, I have come to realize that everyone requires different teaching methods. I like to first cover the basics to understand exactly what level of knowledge my student has, and then build up on it with my understanding. I know that using real life examples is very helpful in explaining sciences to others.
I believe that education should be an enjoyable experience which enables you to reach your potential. I use a variety of interesting real-world examples to explain topics and bring lessons back to planet Earth. Whether you are just starting secondary school, cramming GCSEs or studying A-levels, my lessons will be tailored to suit your specific needs and learning styles.
I have taught English lessons to Japanese high-school students, toddlers, adults, and even the elderly. I have thus developed an extremely flexible and personalised teaching style that I suit to each individual student.
The way I teach, I begin with a test that covers a large range . This will just be used to identify strengths and weaknesses in the child's abilities. Then I'll work systematically through topics, cataloguing scores and times in a spreadsheet hopefully seeing improvement over a time period.
I'm very good with kids as I am very patient and friendly, I like to make things interesting rather than reading out of a book. I prefer to create a fun way of learning where appropriate - such as games, powerpoint or other creative ways that can peak kids interest.
I start the first lesson by assessing the level and key areas that the student needs help in and from there draw up a plan going forward to help improve their weak areas. We will the begin looking at the basics of the topics they are struggling in and to then move swiftly into past papers and to understand correct technique when trying to answer them.
Understanding is key. Mindless memorizing is not an option. Understanding can be reached first of all on a conceptual level. After this it is necessary to go through the calculations and discover deeper understanding. Programming can be used in order to help with the process of understanding a topic.
I believe every child has the right to an exciting and engaging science curriculum. I build pupils up fro m the basics first and ensure these concepts are embedded before tackling the more challenging aspects of the science course for GCSE and A-level.
I teach ages 15 and above. I am very patient and like to prepare lessons before meeting so we can be more productive. I am a fan of using teaching aids in different ways, usually in the form of computer programs or figures to help grasping or reminding of concepts.
I provide support at all levels: clear and patient teaching in fundamental concepts and preparation for higher level study. I believe that nurture and confidence building are cornerstones of student learning. I believe that no question is too trivial and that no subject area is too basic to revisit, revise and re-explain.
The easiest way to teach Science is approaching various different methods to learn. It is an objective subject so it is necessary to do more revision and core learning which will then develop into techniques and easy ways to attain quick marks.
I truly believe the best way to learn is very much dependent on the student. Some students prefer to read and make notes, some like watching videos or looking at diagrams and others prefer practice questions. I would like to help students to understand the best way of learning for them so I will try different methods until we find the best one.
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