I have a knack for explaining extraordinarily complex ideas in the simplest way possible. My teaching style is straightforward and effective. I first gauge my pupil's skill level & how they best consume information, and adjust my methodology accordingly. Some students prefer to have a deep understanding of the content, others prefer the most efficient way to memorise it.
I have been a physics and mathematics tutor for more than three years now, mentoring about 80 students, up to university level. Usually, I stick to the following pattern: I start my lesson providing scientific and – possibly – historical background of the subject, making sure that the student has clear why we are tackling that particular issue.
I am a very determined person that has worked with young people before. I will be pleased to help you achieve the target grade for your Mathematics GCSE's or A levels. The structure of the lesson will consist of listening to your inquiries, discussing them and working with you to achieve an understanding of the logic underpinning various concepts. I would also be happy to explain entire chapters.
I began tutoring Maths 13 years ago, after achieving 100% in my own GCSE examinations. I have recently been accepted to Oxford University for a Maths PGCE. As a tutor, I share my expertise and deep understanding of Maths through fun and engaging sessions, designed to raise a student's confidence and achievement.
I'm fairly new to teaching and have taught English to children which I have enjoyed. I can help you with anything from learning the Russian alphabet to practicing speaking it, GCSE's and A-Level or early years Mathematics by the books you've be given at school/college.
I have developed methods of ensuring that students grasp the concepts completely. While teaching Maths, I aim to give students a head start on their peers by teaching unique tricks to solve problems, further their understanding and prepare for the exams The session is divided into an introduction with learning objectives/aims, explanations, and a conclusion.
My students come from a broad profile spectrum. I've worked with all age groups, from elementary school to high school, university and even people in their retirement years. Currently I mostly teach IB and IGCSE students from various international schools around the world.
I don't have muchexperience at teaching as it isn't something I've done before. Though having a sister and younger relatives I'm very good with kids and hence this makes me quite interested in teaching. Myself I'm only 16 years old and being somewhat closer to these primary and secondary ages I feel that I know better than anyone on how to teach the subject.
1. First I define the scope of the topic. 2. Relate the scope with real life examples to make you comfortable with the topic. 3. Check your level of your understanding. 4. Then emphasize on those factors which is causing you difficulty in understanding the topic. 5. Ask you to explain the concept as if I am 6 year old guy. 6. Then throw some interesting scenarios to test your understanding.
I always start with assessment for learning - this isn't a formal test, but it helps me understand what the pupil already knows. Teaching the topic can be covered in a variety of ways with the idea of linking back to real life scenarios.
I approach my lessons based on the student's learning preference. If the student prefers learning through visuals, I will use images and videos. If the students prefers answering questions, I will ask open-ended questions such as what they notice from the question.
I have various experience, from teaching students who need extra boost to naturally talented students. I teach by perfecting the understanding of the foundation of Mathematics, so that my students are able to grasp the entirety of the problem. I am a devoted student of Mathematics at Queen Mary University, and I aspire to become a professor in the field of pure Mathematics.
As a highly logical person, I recognise that getting maths to 'click' requires running through a student's logical processes. I like my students to talk me through their step-by-step thinking while working through a problem to see what they understand and don't. I can then come up with different ways for my student to come around to the bits they're stuck on until understanding clicks into place.
My teaching method varies in age group, year group, group lesson and individual lesson. I tend to take the first lesson relaxed and get to know my students well and build a fun and useful lesson to provide the best service also give me the chance to evaluate my student- this gives me an insight on how I should approach them and teach.
I always encourage my students to speak up about the areas they find difficult to understand. I try to get to the core of their learning problems and begin from that point.
I am a UK qualified mathematics teacher with twelve years experience in UK secondary schools at all ability levels. I help students, via online lessons, to find their way with maths, to achieve their best goals in the subject through a solid grasp of techniques.
I start teaching with the extreme basics of the subject, giving a thorough overview of what's going on and slowly approach towards the practical use of the subject. I pre-plan things to teach and the medium of teaching is English.
Each lesson I will teach in a way to fit the needs of the pupil, these may include: - Staying ahead of the Syllabus taught in school, by teaching the syllabus on a weekly basis, allowing the pupil to have a better grip on a topic by the time they are scholastically introduced to it.
I give lessons to any student who is doing his/her undergraduate degree, A levels(Sixth form) and O levels or below. The way I teach is simple: help students understand and at the same time make it easy for them so that they can teach others who may need help.
My teaching method is based on a calm one to one experience in which I use a personalised plan for each student. They can decide what they need to work on along with topics given by myself which can increase their awareness of their subject and overall educational experience.
I'm a young, easy going, patient, supportive and caring person who is good at simplifying and explaining efficient and easy to remember tips for solving even the most complex math problems. I specialize in algebra, trig, geometry, physics, and finance math skills.
I recently graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the LSE. I have always had a flair for numbers and took the quantitative courses during my degree. I studied Further Maths in A-Levels and achieved an A*. During my lesson, I would ask the student what his or her questions are, and then tailor my explanation to his or her understanding.
A positive, enthusiastic and calm Physics graduate with over 3 years experience in tutoring and a genuine interest in students. My time as a postgraduate student at Swansea University gave me the opportunity to gain sufficient academic exposure through active research, seminar delivery, weekly coursework submission, and laboratory participation to engage in tutoring.
I’ve been tutoring students across a variety of examination boards for various subjects in Mathematics and the Sciences. My experience has predominantly been with KS3, GCSE, AS and A level students although I did teach a second-year university student in 2016. With over 200 hours of experience over the past few years, I am well versed in what I teach.
I am a university student currently studying medicine. My GCSE and A level grades dictate the type of tutor I will be. 6A*s & 2As in IGCSE, 4As in AS levels, and 2A*s & 2As in A levels makes me a perfect tutor. My lessons will be structured with the syllabus that the student is currently studying and the results will be almost immediate.
I give lessons to secondary and high school students on all levels up to IGCSE and GCSE. I prefer using the lecture method, discovery/inquiry method, learning by doing and problem-solving approach method altogether but of course according to the characteristics and learning skills of the students.
My teaching method is to focus on the student, and the student's needs. Whether the syllabus is understood is dependant entirely on the pupil. I look at each area of weakness or uncertainity and go over said topic until the student understands the concept completely and can demonstrate the understanding practically.
My method of teaching will depend on the student and the subject being taught. Some students are visual learners and prefer a lot of demonstration teaching methods, whereas others work well with question and answer sessions and others prefer lecture style tuition. The unique thing about tutoring is that you can adapt your teaching methods to suit the individual which I am very happy to do.
I give lessons to 'A' Level, based on what students ask to be covered. I make everything very interactive, to ensure learning and understanding. I am happy to admit what I don't know, but my students always come away feel good.
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Perfect! Eudora is a great tutor that is always very prepared for the lesson and able to explain relevant topics and answer all the questions afterwards. She helps with problems solving easily and quickly and can be counted on!
Perfect! I've been having difficulty with the most complicated topics in maths such as differential equations, trigonometry and linear algebra. He helped me to learn these topics, prepared for the exams and was very committed to my case. I was truly happy...
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