My methods of teaching include approaching each problem clearly and creating a plan for answering questions, using past papers and their marking schemes to gain an understanding of exam technique and using mind maps to link topics and clearly identify the necessary information.
The way I teach, I begin with a test that covers a large range . This will just be used to identify strengths and weaknesses in the child's abilities. Then I'll work systematically through topics, cataloguing scores and times in a spreadsheet hopefully seeing improvement over a time period.
Available on weekends. I help with explaining things that a pupil didn't understand at school, every pupil is different so I adjust the method to students, knowldge is always supported with homework and a lot of examples to make sure student will remember it longer that just a lesson.
I believe every child has the right to an exciting and engaging science curriculum. I build pupils up fro m the basics first and ensure these concepts are embedded before tackling the more challenging aspects of the science course for GCSE and A-level.
My teaching methods are based on how the child learns. It can range from past paper questions to discussing subject topics in depth, I can really specialise methods based on the learners needs. I have very good knowledge of WJEC maths and triple and double science sylabus and a good amount of KS3 aswell.
My teaching will help to gain a good understanding in knowledge and skills that are so useful in modern life, like GCSE English, Maths, Science, or sessions organised for the individual providing confidence and know-how with computers and websites. After A Levels success, I trained in basics of Ecology, then gained a degree in Psychology and Philosophy studies.
My teaching method is to explain every sing thing in the lecture to the student and then asked them some questions to make sure if they understood very well or not. My goal to make students very confident in Organic Chemistry.
My style of teaching is fairly relaxed and open. I approach each topic individually depending on the problem you, the student, are having. Whether it's a difficult concept or learning a technique to improve problem solving, I am happy to help.
I am PhD research student currently working in the field of Aerospace Engineering at Swansea University. I have a first class honours degree in MSc and BEng Aerospace Engineering at the University of Southampton. I have straight A*s in my Maths, Chemistry and Physics at A level. Among top 3% in the country and top 5 students in college.
My teaching method is based on the weakness of the students to make them understand more. Special skills in order to achieve an accurate answer in a fast, easy way. They are all easy to understand and learn the whole syllabus in a shorter period of time.
I believe that teaching should be student oriented. In my opinion, having a single teaching methodology limits progress. I focus on understanding how each individual learns best and lean into that to the best of my ability. simplicity, enthusiasm and fun are also vital as it can be difficult to learn when you are not enjoying the subject.
My teaching method primarily consists of going through each section of the syllabus until a solid foundation of knowledge and confidence is built up with the student and completing questions and examples from past papers and from other learning resources.
Patience is the most important thing. Giving step by step instructions in a way that simple to understand. Practise questions from past exam papers. Come up with songs to help remember rules.
studied for and was awarded a BA (Hons), and a Certificate of Postgraduate Study at Cambridge University between 1988 and 1993 in "Natural Sciences," specializing in Chemistry and Maths. I obtained a PhD from Birmingham University in Mathematical Chemistry in 1996. I did a lot of undergraduate teaching during this time.
Im not methodical when i teach. I prefer to speak about the material with my tutee, and pinpoint the issue together.
During the session I will look at specific topics and areas the student wishes to address. I will help with revision strategies and past paper practice.
I will teach through examples and help students understand how to tackle maths and chemistry problems and help them learn the theory behind the examples.
I believe a person is able to achieve anything, as long as they are willing to work for it. My goal as a tutor is to help the student understand the subject by himself, by explaining the workings of things in an intuitive way. Once information is made "your own", one does not need to worry about remembering facts for they come naturally and logically as part of her understanding of the world.
I provide lessons for KS5 level and below students in biology, chemistry and maths. I provide tutoring both on the old and new GCSE syllabus. In my lessons I aim to structure a lesson in which problems are outlined and solved within each session.
I study Materials Science and Engineering at Swansea University. I give lessons to GCSE and A level students. My lessons are built around the needs of each student. From baisc Algebra to derivatives/integration. Basic chemistry: from significant figures to Inorganic.
I am a biomedical science graduate and am also currently in my third year of studying medicine at Swansea university. My scientific background gives me confidence teaching the basic sciences up to GSCE level. I am to engage my students when I teach and I encourage as much interaction as possible.
I am currently located in the Swansea area and give lessons to GCSE and A level students. Chemistry isn't everyone's favourite subject! However when taught well it can be very fun and extremely interesting. I adapt my teaching style to the student as every student is different. In general I try to make the lessons as enjoyable, interactive and informative as possible.
My teaching style is very much pupil led. I aim to teach my pupils the skills they need to be successful independent learners. I also focus on exam/assessment preparation.
My teaching method is to break down topics into smaller, much more understandable chunks; and focus on areas of personal difficulty for the student. I try to do this in fun and creative ways, as more often than not science and maths are memory games and so making lessons more engaging ensures the students better remember methods and information.
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