My name is Anri. I've lived in Greece for 11 years and in Italy for 12 years. I've got a Master's degree in building engineering and I've been tutoring for almost a decade now. I know that it is difficult for a student to comprehend some subjects and that's why I never give for granted anything.
Assessment of pupil, implement a plan, progress to a higher level and achieve higher grades. KS2: Understanding fundamentals of multiplication and division rather than theoritical explanations aiming for a good solid foundation that will help building mathematical understanding for the future studies in Advanced Maths, Physics, Statistics and Economics.
I focus on teaching the concepts and thus give pupils the foundation for understanding maths. Once you have the foundations, we can move on to skills and then problem solving. Maths is fun, when you know how to do it.
I have Advanced Diploma of the Associate of Business Executives (ABE); Masters in Business Administration (MBA) specialized in services marketing; Postgraduate Diploma of Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and a PhD, all from the UK universities.
When taking on a new student I first try to understand any areas where the student is struggling and then build up from the foundations to fill in those areas. I always aim to ensure my students not only know how to answer a question but, can explain why they have that answer and its significance.
About me: I am educated to degree in Mathematics and specialised in Mathematics. I concentrate my efforts on 'private tuition' in which I have had considerable success and find stimulating and rewarding. I teach Maths up to A -level (New Curriculum), GCSE (New 9-1) Maths, IB, IGCSE and Maths entrance exams, Physics (up to GCSE), Chemistry (up to GCSE).I am tutoring in the UK over 10+ years now.
I am a fully qualified teacher with 26 years of teaching experience, now working full-time as a professional independent private maths tutor. I am able to offer tailor made tuition for students of all abilities from age 7 to GCSE level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths, dyscalculia - Tell me about your qualifications.
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 believe the best way to prepare for an exam is to tackle some past papers from the relevant exam board, identify the weak areas and then work back over those areas to strengthen understanding.
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 teach Maths to Primary school children and Secondary school children and also cover the 11+ and 13+ exams for selective schools. All my students have developed a love for Maths.
Every student has the ability to achieve their learning. I believe that with the right support and learning style we can achieve that target grade. I find your strengths and areas to develop. Focusing on the skills that need developing we create a unique personalised learning plan to help you succeed I have taught in many schools and different abilities of students.
I’m really enthusiastic about technology and have decided to pursue a degree and a career within Computer Science for that reason. This also makes me enthusiastic about the flexibility and teaching possibilities within online education. As such, I would like to tutor others online, using online tools and webcam to provide an immersive experience without physical presence.
Tutoring Approach SATs & 11+: Dr Puri mainly help students in solving sample paper questions. He helps students to develop technique to solve questions using short and long method (when possible). If the student is particular weak in a topic, a full lesson dedicate in confidence building in the weak areas.
My teaching methods may vary from student to student, since everyone learns best in different ways, but fundamentally I try to find where and what area the student struggles with and find resources to go through with them to help them understand these topics.
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 am a highly motivated and enthusiastic teacher and strive to bring lessons alive for children, to make learning both enjoyable and memorable. I have been teaching at a diverse Surrey school in England since 2011 and am passionate about working with learners who have English as an additional language.
I base my classes on first a review or explanation of theoretical concepts, also answering any questions the tutee may have, and then I will help them solve exercises that they have or that I have found, in order to consolidate them; indeed, I will solve these exercise beforehand so that I can give them some hints or explain them if they cannot manage fully on their own (not copying).
I teach Mathematics by first introducing the basic aspects of the subject and then jump into more advanced lessons. I will give my own prepared notes to the students so they can look at the content in their own time and do the exercises on their own.
I like to base my teaching methods on the individual that I teach and to understand how they learn, focusing first on building their confidence so that went the approach more difficult topics they have more belief that they can do it.
I can teach GCSE Maths, Sciences and Computing/ICT and A-Level Maths, Physics or Computer Science. I like to introduce a concept to the student, explain how and why this concept is important and demonstrate this by tackling a couple of example questions. The further context of this concept will also be looked at.
My style of coaching is pretty much hands-on ensuring that basic concepts are fully understood before doing plenty of practice using past papers and appropriate mark schemes. This is of course done taking into account of the students needs and focusing on the areas they may find challenging.
I tailor each tutoring session to the individual. I believe that practice of skills and developing skills through engaging activities is the perfect way to learn. I adapt each session to how the students prefer to learn, and what they want to focus on. In the first session I like to develop a week by week plan of what topics need to be the focus.
I am teacher with 14 years of experience at secondary level. I am qualified History teacher with lots of experience teaching maths as well. My lessons are fun, innovative and challenging with a focus on exam preparation.
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.
The main teaching method is to break down into steps by steps and explain how to solve the equations. I can be drawing a grid to separate each step. I can be drawing a diagram to show how I can solve the question.
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 chose one-to-one tutoring as I believe every person learns differently - I base my classes on each students' learning method preferences. I offer maths classes up to university level. I can help with preparing for tests, exams or just help prepare homework.
I want each student to say 'Wow! I can do that now'; better still -'Wow that was interesting!' To do this, I help students to understand the subject better as well as to learn how to answer exam questions effectively. I use methods and resources to suit each student. Students generally lose any fear of maths and actually enjoy maths.
My teaching method is simple, starting from the theory and then going towards practical dealing of subject so make students understand well.Happy to answer queries at all time.Won't run with the course,can teach as long as the student wants on any problem area.
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