- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths, Physics, Chemistry & Biology up to GCSE level and Maths and Physics up to A-level as indicated above.
I aim to achieve high results for my students while instigating good learning practice and independence. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths, English and Science subjects. - Tell me about your qualifications. I am a Science postgraduate with my major in Biotechnology and Environmental Sciences.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all core curriculum subjects up until A level. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a First Class (Hons) in Economics from the London School of Economics. I have been teaching in a local secondary school focussing on raising achievements in Key Stage 3 SATs and GCSE Maths by working intensively in small groups.
Flexible teaching approach depending on the the child. Having taught and still teaching my children has given me experience and expanded by ability to adapt to different teaching methods. Identify specific problem areas and support in those specific areas. Then working through exam type questions to see how to answer the questions.
My teaching approach is to start from the basics and work our way up, that way I can fill in any gaps in what you have learnt, before moving on to more complex concepts to help you obtain top grades. And of course, I will place greater emphasis on areas in which you are struggling.
My teaching method consists of firstly understanding the students knowledge of topics within that certain topics and highlighting areas of strengths and weaknesses (RAG system closely working with their specification), further ensuring maximum benefit of these sessions.
I am an A-level student hoping to tutor GCSE or students of a lower age. My teaching method varies on the subject. For example, for maths, I would teach the content and give the students a few questions to attempt and help them when they get stuck.
As a tutor I believe the greatest lesson is teaching my students to become confident in their abilities and skills. Therefore, I do my very best to empower them to become aspiring academics and to take responsibility for their success. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach primarily Biology and Chemistry from GCSE to A-Level and also GCSE English.
I have studied Maths, Physics and Chemistry at A-Level, obtaining an A* in Maths and A in Physics and Chemistry. I will begin by asking the student for their prior knowledge in the subject and, if not previously established, any areas of weakness that they wish to work on.
My teaching methods are catered to the needs of every student, you can be assured to experience an engaging class with many resources. These teaching methods have been applied from my own personal experience in being a student and understanding which tutoring methods helped me best.
I am Dr Dickson and I am an experienced chemistry teacher. I am Head of Chemistry at a 6th form college in London. I am a senior examiner with OCR and an examiner with Edexcel. I make chemistry interesting, so try my approach and succeed. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach chemistry. - Tell me about your qualifications.
My teaching methods are very specialised to the individual.
I tutor from home. I work through the syllabus topic by topic or whichever topics need attention. Along the way I set up tests and go through exam papers. I also give homework as required.
I approach the students weaknesses and focus on areas where marks are lost. I integrate mark schemes and the exam spec to enable my students to get the highest marks. I have plenty of experience for medical school interviews and personal statement writing.
I am new to the tutoring to the kids outside of my family. I believe that every child is unique and requires different method. It is best to learn using real life examples and i try my best to use this in my lessons.
My teaching method is, giving a short recap lesson on a given topic and giving past exam questions to work through together.
I am a prospective Barts medical student who is finishing his last year of A levels in Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. My experience in teaching involves running a chemistry clinic for many years at my school to teach and help GCSE chemistry students.
My teaching methodology is to find out the areas that are the most problematic in the syllabus and the areas needed to be covered and to break things down in the simplest form possible.I use real life analogies to explain things so that everyone gets that 'light bulb' moment.
I prefer to practice exam questions and scenarios first and then based on the students performance I will focus on the weaker areas more.
My teaching skills/techniques vary depending on the students strengths and weaknesses. For example a visual learner would work better with videos or step by step processes than a kinaesthetic learner as they may kind that using example is enough.
I am currently A-Level student studying Biology, Psychology and History and want to study Biomedical Sciences in University. I give lessons to primary and secondary to students on variety of subjects such as Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English, History and Psychology.
I prefer one to one studying as it lets me focus on one student and where they need help. it also lets me focus on specific topics for that child this is also very efficient for both me and the student, they can take the help away and i can feel as though my time is helping someone.
My lessons are taught interactively and use a mixture of different teaching methods in order to suit each individual student. The content of the lessons are based upon what is needed for the student and the areas in which they are struggling with the most.
I am able to teach Biology, Chemistry and Maths from a primary school level up to a GCSE standard. I am going to study a combination of Sciences and Maths at university, so I am very passionate about, committed to, and able in these subjects.
I love Maths and Chemistry, took these subjects at A levels and got A's. While completing my forensic science course at university, I took up a part time job as a maths tutor and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have grown up teaching my little sisters and cousins maths and sciences, therefore I know I have the patience and knowledge to teach.
I am able to teach anyone up to A-Level standard. I am able to provide notes, practice questions and answer any queries you may have and suggest any links/reading that may help towards bettering your understanding. Maths, Biology and Chemistry are my strongest subjects.
I have been teaching over the past 3 years Mathematics and Science GCSE level. I have an up to date knowledge of new specifications such as; (AQA/Edexcel 9-1). I am a friendly and a patient individual who loves to teach.
I base my classes on what the student feels like they struggle with the most in order to strengthen their knowledge. I can set work for them to complete and teach them optimum exam strategy to achieve the best marks.
I offer lessons for 11+ up to A level. I structure my lessons with one half spent developing a firm understanding of the content, and the other spent with targetted practice. This avoids mindless drilling of questions, develops good skills for exams and creates a strong basis for further study.
I've made students who were failing their degree studies become university toppers (references provided upon request). Results for 2016/7: 100% A*-B grades achieved. I also offer help with assignments / projects at undergraduate/postgraduate levels. Q.
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