I believe in simplifying the science concepts based on everyday experiences, then building up on those basics, stressing on the kind of questions that examiners ask, what variations of the questions one can be examined on, and giving time to read/practice and come back with problems.
I'm a mechanical engineering student at the University of Sheffield with A Levels in maths, physics and further maths. I teach maths and physics in 1-2h sessions in which I guide students through example problems or school work. I can also explain concepts covered in school in the level of depth appropriate for the student's ability and interest.
I taught students of electrical engineering for three years. I would like to teach secondary school students and the lesson and lectures will be online. I am a friendly teacher and I believe that students should enjoy mathematics, not be scared of it.
I aim to teach the student the theory and fundamental concepts behind a question rather than simply being able to answer a single question in a particular circumstance. This will encourage a more logical and analytical mindset and enable the student to apply these ideas to a wide range of questions.
Understand the student, their confidence level on each sector , giving easy tips to oversome weak side. Be very friendly to them, ask questions which make them think and grow gradually without giving much stress. Make them smart for the World.
The lessons will be focused on those areas which need most attention first. I will direct students to solve problems on their own first and then help them. I have always enjoyed maths and received an A at AS level.
I will tailor lessons specifically to each student but I will offer activities such as a ‘maths warmup’ to get you into a ready to work attitude and then each week we can work on something new that you decide needs help on or we can go through the course outline and pickup on areas that needs some attention!
I am highly adaptable to individual students needs and so I can plan my sessions to suit. I am very flexible in lessons and can switch topics on request as students require. I consider myself to be an engaging and supportive tutor who takes the stress out of lessons by responding to student needs quickly and effectively.
My teaching method will differ from person to person as I am a strong believer that most of the time (in maths) every one will understand something in a slightly different way, if some one isn't getting something then I don't believe they've been taught passionately or contextually.
My teaching is focussed on reflection on the part of the learner, with students encouraged to think about where their strengths and weaknesses are and then use that to structure lessons. I would encourage tutees to bring work or problems with them which we can then go through. I believe that I should be there as a guide and helping hand rather than me talking for an hour.
My teaching method is to first to understand how much knowledge related to the topics my student have, then explain to them the subject and make a test for them and evaluate where are the main difficulties and work on them to improve it.
I am Ben I am currently finishing my A Levels and in particular am finishing A Level Maths Statistic and I am happy to help Tutor anyone at Maths at any level up to AS Level (C1, C2, S1). I recieved a B overall in my AS Levels and got an A* at Maths GCSE.
experienced tutor of six years, a career banker, able to make learners learn and enjoy what they do in class. Kindly request our service and excellence is promised.A good communicator who gets well with learners for the better of results. Very friendly lessons.
I've studied Maths and Further Maths at A-Level achieving A's and am now studying Maths and Finance at University. I can cater to all variety of students as I believe I'm very adaptable. I can also cater to all types of learning techniques as my understanding is deep and I believe the key to conquering Maths is having that underlying depth of knowledge.
My main aim to make sure the student finds the subject or the methods enjoyable to get the most out of the sessions. I have given lessons of Maths, English and Spanish in different languages so I can offer varied levels of tutoring.
I believe that in order to learn something, you need a solid foundation, and the rest is hard work. My method of learning new skills is to build on the existing skills I already have and let them come up whenever I practice them. I think that that can be integrated into a teaching methodology.
Whenever I tutor someone I try to gain an understanding of their strengths and weaknesses as they relate to the subject being taught. I find that it is often the case that many educators fail to realise that the students they teach have a lot less knowledge than they do and they become frustrated when students are unable to grasp concepts which are too abstract for them.
I am an undergraduate student at the University of Sheffield studying Mechatronic and Robotic Engineering. I can give tutoring in maths, chemistry, and physics on a wide range of topics with in-depth explanation for how things work, providing alternative explanations to cater to different ways of understanding.
Since I am student, I teach in a way I want to be taught i.e short and precise but effective. My style of approach is problem solving since it gives a better understanding of the concept with complete confidence in exams and assignments.
I love maths and sharing my love for maths with young people who are keen to learn. I am keen to demonstrate to students the relevance and use of what they are learning rather than simply drill knowledge. I am patient and a careful planner, although am happy to put a plan to one side to address miss-conceptions.
A vastly experienced software engineer involved in applying Mathematics in solving engineering problems that allows me to draw on real life situations that makes learning fun and interesting. Recently trained as a teacher of Mathematics at both secondary school and FE college level.
My teaching method would be to break down a method commonly used on particular Maths questions. This will be down by teaching the student step by step of what each step actually means and why is it necessary; Unlike some teachers who may skip small steps, which is what may confuse some students.
I like to approach each topic from the basics, making sure the foundations are understood and make my way up making things more and more complex. I have received 3As and 3A*s in GCSE, not to mention 3A*s and 1 A in A level in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Further Mathematics respectively.
If I'm going to teach students I'm going to teach them how to approach or tackle different style of questions. I would show them worked solutions for different problem questions so they can see the difference how to tackle the questions.
I base my teachings on citing familiar and relatable examples from everyday knowledge and immersing into the study of math problems
I will be teaching primary school students and those preparing for gcse's, having gone through the same process, I have experience and can always refer to materials to re-understand the topics I will be teaching. As a tutor, I aim to be proactive and impactful.
I have experience in teaching GCSE, A level and university students. My methodology mainly depends on the student level. I always try giving practical examples to facilitate the understanding and to make the subject more interesting then I bring examples and exercises that I do first so the student understands the method.
It always important to handle each student separately; some students need many examples to understand while others can get concepts rapidly, I mainly focus on making things easier for my students, encourage them to solve problems and correct the mistakes they do, the most important point is that students need to like what they study, if this is achieved all difficulties are then solved.
My teaching is all centred around the child. I make my lesssons fun and engaging through my friendly and patient approach. I teach to how an individual child works best.
I think it's best to approach topics one by one, as it provides a lot more clarity. Typically, I will help a student understand the topic itself, then look at examples, and then practice, practice and more practice until you are 100% confident, and able to move onto the next topic.
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