My teaching method is to conceptualize individual topics so that an overall understanding of why what you are learning is important. I believe this is key for biology where it is easy to get lost in the details but by relating this to real life examples or industry applications a greater understanding and interest can be achieved.
Good planning, and customising my approach to fit each student's needs is crucial for me. My technique is based on thorough explaining of the subject and keeping simplified but inclusive notes in order to facilitate revising. As time is not always on our side, planning ahead, prioritising and focusing on the important information is the way to go.
I am second year biology student at the University of Bristol, offering biology lessons from ks3 up to A-level. I really want to be able to help young people achieve their goals whilst making the lessons interesting and engaging. I am an easy-going, friendly individual who wants to be able to make a difference in the education of younger students.
The structure of each class is composed from past exam papers and textbooks in order to ensure that relevant material is covered. In addition, I draw upon my knowledge of biology and experience as a researcher to add extra insights not found in textbooks. I also find it important to discuss revision and exam techniques and review coursework.
I base my topics on the topics a student is strugling with, that way the lesson is informative rather than repetative. The way I would carry out a lesson is teaching an aspect of the subject and showing how to answer questions the way examiners expect. I would then give homework which I would mark next lesson and provide feedback.
My name is Mike and I am a PhD student on a Wellcome Trust funded project at the University of Bristol. I completed my undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences, with a specialism in Biochemistry from the University of Cambridge in 2012. Since then, I have achieved two further Masters degrees in Molecular Biology, both from the University of Cambridge.
Medical student studying at the University of Bristol, who achieved 41/45 points at IB. Went to school in Hong Kong. My teaching style focuses on enabling the student to fully comprehend what their syllabus requires of them, whether it is GSCE, iGCSE or IB. I like to use plenty of diagrams to visually represent information.
Hello! I teach Science, focusing on Biology and Chemistry to secondary / GCSE students. I'm very energetic and optimistic and I make the lessons interesting and enjoyable.
I'm a second year Biomedical science student who last year passed with a 2:1. I studied Physic, Chemistry and Biology at A-level and Maths at AS Level. I have a good understanding of the sciences and gained A-A*s in all of my GCSE's so most subjects at secondary school level I would also be able to help with.
I tailor my teaching for each student, as many of us learn in different ways, to make sure that I can achieve the best possible results for you. I will begin by running through the content, to make sure that you have an appropriate level of understanding.
I am currently studying a Masters in Zoology at the University of Bristol. I am based in Bristol yet I'm looking to give online lessons to GCSE and AS/A level students in both biology and zoology. I would help your understanding of topics by answering any questions or talking through difficult principles.
I teach secondary school pupils biology. As a medical student with an A2 in Biology and 2 other subjects, I have accumulated a multitude of teaching and learning methods on my own educational journey. The lesson: I will begin with a gentle outline of the lesson, explaining what I will be doing for the time allocated.
My teaching method relies a lot upon getting the student excited to learn. Figuring out the best way they can absorb the teachings and focusing on that. The direct route is not always the best. A key to teaching is that the student enjoys the subject, otherwise it’s just work for them.
- Cellular/Molecular Biology PhD Student - Biochemistry with Italian Graduate (first class honours) - Experienced tutor of a variety of subjects to all ages & abilities - Lessons tailored according to needs, ability, and preferences of each and every student! :)
I tend to tutor via Skype, which involves preparing in advance to ensure my students receive structured lessons. The first session consists of a 'traffic light' system whereby my student considers which topics they are most/least confident in. I then analyse which learning style suits my student best and then design a tutoring programme based on this; every student is individual.
My teaching methods are very visual and as interactive as I can make them. I find, especially with biology, that seeing a system in action or visualising the steps of a process can make learning far more effective and enjoyable.
I like to structure my tutorials around a students personal needs. Generally a session will involve developing an understanding of the topic, often through the use of diagrams, starter exercises and mind maps. The next step is then working through a past paper together, weaving in good exam technique and recapping/consolidating any knowledge needed along the way.
I am currently studying third year Veterinary Science at Bristol University give biology lessons up to A level. I am aware many students require tutoring to pass exams so I ensure the whole syllabus is covered and my degree allows me to put basic biological principles into real life examples which not only makes the subject more interesting but also more memorable.
I tend to find out the goal of the teaching (e.g. exam, syllabus, desired knowledge) and the date which is being worked towards (e.g. exam, coursework deadline, personal goal) and spend the first session working out with the student (and guardians, if relevant), what they want to acheive, try and find out how the student learns best and set preliminary aims/goals with them.
In recent years, I have focused mainly on teaching in Primary and Early Secondary School Years, but am willing to try with all ages. I don't feel qualified to tutor students at degree level, having left University quite some time ago. I can help students at Beginner level, GCSE or A-Level.
Hi! I am a current PhD student at the University of Bath and recent graduate from the University of Oxford. I have over four years of Biology tutoring experience at GCSE and A-Level standard and I love doing it so thought I would carry on tutoring during my postgraduate degree! I am very enthusiastic about biology and love to get my tutees excited about the subject.
SPANISH: - Native and fluent in spanish, achieving an A* at both GCSE and A-level, speak only Spanish at home - Able to give tutoring in writing (spelling, grammar etc), as well as conversational practice to anyone ranging from beginners to A-level standard.
I have been tutoring GCSE and A-level Biology for over 20 years and many of my pupils achieve A or A* in GCSE Biology and A-level Biology and go on to read, medicine, law and other disciplines at their chosen universities. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Biology to GCSE and A-level and biological sciences to undergraduate level. I teach AQA, WJEC, EdExcel, Nuffield and OCR boards.
My teaching methodology is tailored to individual or group strengths or weaknesses. I will discuss preferred methods with each student when tutoring commences.
I aim to eradicate the misconception that science is a dull and difficult subject. I teach the subject with great enthusiasm and try to link all subjects to real world scenarios so students can link what they are learning to what they see around them.
Sessions would be tailored in accordance to your Examination Board and syllabus. Sessions would suit your desired study style. Previous students have achieved exceptionally high grades through booster sessions and pushing them to tackle and grasp difficult concepts, whilst being able to apply them to exam questions. Sample Exam Papers would be provided for student support.
- I'm a fairly laid back student who believes that repetition is the key to success. You don't practice until you get it right, but until you can't get it wrong. - I am happy to tailor each tutorial to the needs of the student but I will generally go through the theory of a given topic and then test it using past paper questions.
I am a friendly and energetic tutor who adapts my teaching to the needs/requirements of my students. I like to focus on students weak areas, develop them and take them to the next level so that they feel more confident with the subject.
I recently graduated from Sheffield University in Molecular Biology with a 2.1 classification in June 2016. I have an approachable, non judging, friendly teaching style. I have first hand experience in GCSE and A level exams, and like to focus on past paper questions to help build confidence.
My methodology when it comes to teaching is to go through all the relevant subject material and highlight the areas the student is struggling with. We will then decide which revision method works best for the individual student and tailor lessons to a way which they will understand and gain the most benefit from.
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