I am a young curious Electrical Engineering Student in my Penultimate year. Having Studied Physics for 5years- 3 years in Secondary School(GCSE Equivalent) and 2years IBO diploma, I am very enthusiastic about sharing the knowledge i have gained from previous experience. I have also participated in Genius Olympiad in the United States and British Physics olympiad in the UK.
I'm looking for communicable students who would always inform me about their concerns before the lesson and leave me some time to prepare a quality explanation for them. I always encourage students to ask questions throughout the whole lesson and not to be afraid of not understanding something because I believe that it is just a stage of learning.
Hello, I believe that success lies in teaching "the student", not just teaching "the subject". Therefore, I take great care in developing a method unique and specific to each individual student.
My lessons would be mainly comprised of subjects relevant to the student's curriculum with some imperative extra-curricular information, such distinctions would be made clear to the student to avoid confusion. While most of the lessons would be focused on answering practice questions with an emphasis on understanding the very fundamentals of the theories first.
For me, mathematics and physics are entirely about the clarity with which they are taught. Every student should go into their maths and physics and exams with a strong intuition about the subject, and this comes from having a topic explained by someone who understands the subject in depth.
I am a 2nd year Chemical Engineering student at University of Aberdeen. I am looking at tutoring high school students who require more in-depth lessons on their curriculum. I teach maths, chemistry, physics, and all subjects related. I can teach by going above and beyond the curriculum in order to help out with understanding of more complex principles.
I would mainly choose to answer questions or help with particular issues you are struggling to understand, or need help with cracking. I don't have lesson plans as such, but could provide examples and should be able to backtrack and build up to the specific subject, to encourage your foundation knowledge.
I adapt my teaching to the individual and create a natural and supporting environment. I will try every approach (audio, visual, kinesthetic) until I find a method that suits the student. I am well practiced in simplifying complex material and then building from the foundations upwards. I win when you win.
I offer bespoke teaching and cater my teaching style around the student’s needs, with experience tutoring a variety of ages, I understand that each learner is unique and learns best via different methods.
Hi, My name is Mariem. I am a current MSc Physics student at Imperial College London. I have 2 years experience in teaching students at college level. I am very passionate about Physics. I am very passionate about Physics and this wasn't something that was inspired by my science/ physics teachers at school.
I am able to teach National 5 students in both mathematics and physics, and I have qualifications in both subjects up to Higher level. I will try to identify areas of strength and difficulty with prospective students in order to help them progress most easily and effectively.
I like to tailor my teaching style based on how an individual responds to different methods as no single approach works for everybody. Often I find that the difficulty with explaining science is not that the concepts are hard but putting it into simple language has often been missed by teachers and so I look to identify clear ways of getting the fundamental ideas across with an everyday analogy.
This is my first time teaching officially but feel its something that comes naturally to me, I aim to give tutoring lessons tailored around your needs. I will set homework related to specific topics or areas that you wish to improve upon and will have it marked ready for our next lesson so we can recap any possible errors with the goal of meeting on a weekly basis.
The lessons I will be giving are for any level of study up to and including A levels for both Maths and Physics. My lessons will be focused on helping the student better understand concepts or questions they have faced in the classroom which they do not fully grasp or struggle with. As the classes are 1 to 1 I am able to give the attention and time that a student is not always given in a classroom.
I am willing to provide lessons up to A Level. To start, I will make sure I am first familiar with each student's exam board. I will then begin with the absolute basics and make sure students have a clear understanding of the subject area as it is broken down before going more in-depth.
I can take the student through step by step examples of the most topics offering example problems. My main aim as a tutor is to make the student think like a physicist. Willing to tutor for A-level students or bellow.
In teaching any subject, I believe in the one-to-one approach. This allows the current weaknesses of the student to be immediately addressed and rectified. When teaching new students, I prefer to quiz them on the subject, straightaway giving me an idea of the abilities of the student and what topic areas I should focus on teaching them.
I am well versed in GCSE and A level standard of physics and mathematics and I can tune what I help you with according to the specification that you are studying, from OCR/AQA/Edexcel. My structure focuses heavily on the student and what they themselves wish to accomplish.
I am an aeronautical engineering student going into second year next year. In my previous experience I have based my teaching methods on whom I have to teach. For example, when teaching a primary school child/ someone who is learning a topic from scratch, I focus on making sure the student understands the method.
I am doing a degree in Physics, but I prefer teaching maths. I base my teaching method on going through some examples together, then they would work through problems on their own. This gives them a chance to get used to doing questions on their own, just like in an exam.
I teach on a very individual basis and work on any weaknesses the student has. My approach is always building in depth understanding of the subject first as a solid foundation to being able to achieve highly in exams. I believe if the student finds a subject interesting, they'll work harder at it and I've been told I have a knack for making physics and mathematics interesting.
I have experience of teaching university students during my degree and believe I have a friendly and effective approach to learning. I prefer a more relaxed style because I feel the most successful learning occurs when students are engaged and feel comfortable asking questions. However, I am very flexible and can also accommodate for students that would like a more formal, classroom-style approach.
I am an experienced tutor providing lessons in mathematics and physics at A level. For individual lesson planning, I ask pupils to email in advance a little information on any particular areas they may be struggling with, along with exam board details.
Got great grades in both Business and Physics at Level. I'd teach 1:1 ideally. I structure based on how the student feels they would learn best. Passionate about both subjects and I enjoy telling students how to do the subject. My best time of tuition is randomly weekdays and Sundays. My times during week can vary due to varying timetables of University.
My name is Lydia and I have graduated from doing both an International Baccalaureate and A levels. I teach anyone from the beginning of secondary school up to A level in Maths, Physics and Chemistry. If requested I can also teach French, Spanish and GCSE latin.
My teaching style focuses on understanding the principles behind the topic and question comprehension. Many people struggle in the sciences do to the prevalence `why` questions in the exams. These questions not only require subject knowledge but also an understanding of what the question itself is asking, not an easy skill.
I will target the student's weaker areas in their chosen subject by firstly going through background and essential knowledge or rote learning for the subject and then guiding then through worked examples and questions on the subject until they are confident. I will also do my best to make studying fun instead of a chore and cater for individuals' learning styles.
My teaching style has always been fun, friendly and I pride myself on being able to make difficult topics accessible to all. I believe success is achievable for every pupil and pursue that goal with them. If a pupil does not understand a topic then I will find another way to make sure they do.
As a student I mainly work with other students and a some younger students occasionally. I like to work one to one and I believe the best way to learn is by by doing. First, the basics, then a run through of the methods, the ideas and then a chance for the student to try it for themselves. Practise makes perfect.
I approach each student as an individual. Each person will have different needs, and it is important first to understand these before constructing a lesson. Seemingly complex concepts can often be understood when the right examples are chosen to illustrate them, and these should be tailored to the student's needs and interests.
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