I teaching method involves various techniques like lecturing, demonstration, discussion and experimentation. I enjoy teaching with diagrams and video.
I like to focus on the specification of a particular subject. I base my classes on those I have encountered myself, involving interactive discussions and plenty of past paper questions.
I am a new tutor with a keen interest in English, Latin, Classics and Biology, I have recently completed my GCSEs and would like to pass on my knowledge of these subjects to younger students. My lessons would consist of past exam paper analysis and exam technique, particularly answering specific questions common in iGCSE syllabuses.
I have a firm belief in the power of education, which is why I tutor boys of differing age groups about Science. At one point I was a failing student, but one teacher turned me around forever. To the point that now I will be studying to become a doctor and I have 12 GCSE’s including Maths, English and the three Sciences, all of which I attained an A* grade.
My name is Nathan, I am a sixth form student currently studying physics, ICT and business studies for my A-levels. I will try to cater the lessons for the student's needs, accessing them to see where their weak spots are and help fill the gaps in their knowledge through a series lessons designed for the student.
My teaching method is highly influenced by who I am teaching because I feel like it is important to teach in a way that is best understood by the student. For some people, it just means that I go through various past papers with them and help them to understand the exam questions, and how to structure and write the answers.
I am a doctoral researcher at University College London with a passion for teaching and mentoring. I am available to tutor students in biology across different levels ranging from secondary to degree level. My goal is to improve the understanding of various aspects of Biology as a science but I readily prepare students for examinations and help with assignments, term papers and dissertations.
I teach my lessons according to what students want/ need to learn and work around them. I am a great believer in visual learning- using diagrams, pictures etc. I also use quizzes to test knowledge as I believe that this is the best way to see if information has been retained.
During my placement year, I was required to supervise undergraduate students and teach them new lab techniques. In this scenario the teaching was heavily focused on visual teaching. I would first demonstrate a procedure, then describe it step by step, and then explain the process of the methodology at a molecular level.
My teaching method involves lots of questioning and finding out what you already know and stretching you by applying your knowledge to exam questions.
Hi, I'm an undergraduate biochemistry student, about to enter my second year of study. I study at Imperial College London, one of the highest ranked (8th in the Times Higher Education rankings) universities in the world. I obtained 'A' grades in Biology, Chemistry and Maths at A-level, and an 'A' for English Language at AS.
My teaching method is fun but fair. Not too boring but the work still gets done. Like to use encouragement.
I will go through the Biology Specification adding on extra knowledge to help build a steady foundation which will be useful for the examinations as well. After learning the science behind each topic, I will show exam style questions to test the knowledge. I will focus on areas student find weak.
I am a medical student and I can give lessons to students up to A level, this includes KS3 and GCSE students. I like to teach my students with visual aids as I find that is very useful as well as concise and clear explanations of key concepts. I like to focus on exam technique as I find that many students struggle with this.
I have just completed my A-Levels and am passionate about education and sharing my personal experience with others, to make learning an easier and hopefully enjoyable experience. I offer Biology, and French (Up to A-Level/A2), Chemistry (Up to AS/First Year A-level) Maths and English (up to GCSE).
My Method and Philosophy: Schools may try their best to improve your child’s education, however the reason why your child may still be struggling in school is not because your child lacks the potential but because the school curriculum is covered at a pace that your child simply can’t keep up with. Whether your child has understood a topic, or not the curriculum in school moves onto the next.
During my Biological PhD and masters I have undertaken several projects supervising and teaching medical and biological sciences students as part of their undergraduate courses, attaining accreditation as an associate fellow of the higher education academy. Before undertaking my masters I was a teaching assistant for disabled children in a secondary school.
My teaching methods have been proved to be easy and simple by my students as I prepare for all the resources like exam questions, extra notes and short question and answer booklets. I am a A- Level student and have passed the new GCSE's and therefore know new teaching methods.
I am a Seconadry school Science teacher with 9 years experience and has been teaching from year 7-13. I always had a passion for teaching and science hence I love my job especially the interaction with students. I aim to make my lessons interesting by making interactive and thought provoking. I include exam questions in my lessons as that is very much needed for a good grade.
I like to base my teaching around everyday things. For example, if I were teaching DNA replication, I'd describe it like copying a recipe (you write everything in shorthand, take it to the kitchen and use the corresponding ingredients: mRNA, Ribosome, Amino acids). I also like to make learning engaging and easy to remember and recall in an exam.
I'm an international sutdent from Hong Kong. I'm a year 3 podiatry student studying in the University of Northampton. I want my students to learn in a way that works best for them, that they will be comfortable with. Therefore, my approach to teaching incorporates patience and respect towards the students and try to figure out the best way to tackle their difficulties.
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