I am currently doing my PhD in mathematics at Imperial College London, but my background is in theoretical physics. I have been a physics and mathematics tutor for three years now, mentoring about 80 students, up to university level.
I enjoy one on one teaching to allow my students to be helped with a personal care and try to identify why they might be struggling. This also helps be share my love of the subject to those who I am helping. I enjoy looking for ways tp explain concepts is unconventional ways to help my pupils understand them.
I consider the most important thing of teaching is to link theory and real world applications. I was a victim of theory-only teachers, especially in maths, and my mission is to allow the student to master theory while teaching him to solve real world problems. My teaching methodology is based on key steps: 1) Intuitive explanation of the math topic 2) Real life applications.
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.
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.
I follow an approach that is most suitable for your needs - Mix of notes and assignments to guage your progress and then corrective lessons to fill your gaps.
My tutoring style is very interactive. Rather than just spending a whole session talking to the student, I believe in questioning them and getting them to share their ideas with me. I do not believe in rote learning i.e. students taught a method to memorise. To me, it is essential that students have a conceptual understanding of what they are learning.
Every child is unique and deserves to be treated as such. I believe that there is nothing a child cannot learn there are only teachers who are not able to adapt their strategies in order to support the pupil. Whether it is through play, worksheets, projects or trips within the local area, there are always ways to appeal to the child's interest so that they are enthusiastic about learning.
I like to break down the whole syllabus and specification so we can go through key aspects in detail. I firstly explain concepts and give the key information that need to be remembered such as equations or graph types. Then to recap i give mini tests to check that you understand the topic.
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 can provide classes for students currently in school or studying algebra, calculus, finance, accounting or statistics in university. The classes will be structured according to what my students need. I shall first ask if you have anything, in particular, you want to go through and we shall attempt it otherwise we shall tackle what I consider important for you to score well in your exams.
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 method is fairly simple: first I approach basic understanding of topics, focusing on areas of weakness until I am satisfied that my student has good comprehension of the subject area. After this I focus on exam technique (this is, after all, where most marks are gained and lost).
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.
I am a physics graduate who recently found himself teaching physics to secondary level and enjoying it I have decided to pursue this in addition to my main career which is mobile app development. My style will be driven by the individual. Some students will prefer to just ask me questions when they have been stuck for a while others will prefer to be led to the solution.
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 specialise in GCSE and pre GCSE mathematics and like to focus on teaching maths in a fun way. A student who enjoys their lessons is more likely to put more work in and do well. I am patient, reliable and have a genuine passion for my subject.
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.
My teaching method is unique to every student as some require a stronger foundation of Mathematics before diving into Questions and some others may require more development in exam technique to ensure every mark is gained. Also I tend to focus on developing the understanding on concepts so that every student I teach can tackle any problems by applying the concepts they've learned.
Although I have not yet any official tutoring experience, I have helped in after school lessons with younger students at my current school on multiple occasions. I would ensure that students understood the concepts behind methods rather than simply going through the steps. If the student could effectively explain a method to someone else, this would be a sign that they had truly understood.
I am able to give lessons to students up to Year 11. I focus on the topics students need help, while teaching new methods and strategies in order to improve general understanding and boost confidence. I will teach and give a few exercises to test understanding.
My teaching method is patient where I will cover important concepts and then show how these concepts can be applied to small problems initially, then developing this to solver trickier problems. I approach each topic by drawing on my learning experience and use what others and myself found useful.
I teach using a mastery approach to maths and also teach English using synthetic phonics and the National curriculum standards. I use assessment to judge how to support children and where to start my teaching.
I am an Engineer who had taught himself Mathematics, Science and Accounting and so have learnt the secret of learning out of school. I have developed my own learning materials to teach children to GCSE level in a progressive way in order to empower them to take control of their learning.
I always give single lesson in order to focus on the doubt of the student. My teaching method is to do some exercises with the student in order to see where are the gaps. Then clarify the theory that is behind and give some targeted exercises just to apply and fix the theory.
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