My teaching method is not fixed. Since every student is different so as his learning abilities. Therefore, I set my methodology on the basis of my student's understanding. However, it is certain that you learn more when you discuss more so, I try to create an interactive environment and this is also to ascertain if the student is learning what is being taught.
Since I am new to tutoring, my teaching methodology is still being formed. I believe it is best to form an individual approach tailored to each student and explain concepts in a way adapted to their ways of thinking and learning.
I have been tutoring for students of all levels for several years. My approach to teaching is friendly and relaxing and I make sure that learning is an enjoyable experience for all my students. I offer personalised tutoring for individual needs rather than reading or teaching the same to all. This proved successful by looking at results of my students (references are available on request).
I offer the full spectrum of high school level chemistry and related sciences (if required), up to and including advanced higher studies. My tutoring is predominantly based around the content that students receive from their teachers, on a topic by topic basis.
I've got a postgrad degree from the University of Glasgow and though I taught my students when I was at high school, my new found knowledge would only enhance my lessons further focusing on combining fun and learning at a suitable pace for the student.
I am a current Masters student at the University of Glasgow, reading for an MSci. in Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry. I mainly give lessons to Scottish secondary school pupils studying for Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths qualifications.
I am offering lessons to student of all levels. I am most comfortable with maths however have experience in many other engineering-related areas and can offer my help for these too. I prefer to go through worked examples to really make sure you will understand the concepts for yourself.
I am a full time chemical engineer working in energy/nuclear decommissioning. I did my GCSEs and A-levels (Biology, Chemistry and Maths) in London before moving out for my degree in Chemical Engineering in the University of Aberdeen in 2009-2013. Since then I have worked as a chemical/process engineer in the nuclear industry.
For each topic I will teach the various skills necessary for that level of work. I expect the student to listen in class as I teach these skills. My teaching methodology is that I will teach the pupil the skills folllwed by me completing example questions for the pupil to follow. After this the pupil will go through some written examples with me by their side to offer full support.
I since high school have found and refined my ability to analyse any subject , break it down to its basic principles and then put it through in the most basic way possible and build up effectively and efficiently any complex concept to any one in the shortest time possible.
I am an undergraduate physics student at the University of Glasgow, which puts me in a position where I am still fresh to the material covered in secondary school, but at the same time gives insight into the skills and knowledge required at university.
I can give some methods. It depend on student. We can try to solve question from your homework. I can explain the homework. We can also discuss theory from your class. I can give you some example and question for practice.
Hello! I'm a second year undergraduate student studying Bsc (Hons) Genetics. With great interest in Math, Chemistry, and Biology, I am inclined to teaching students struggling with math and chemistry. I like to work through hardest topics first (relative from student to student), building confidence as time passes for the same.
Many people find chemistry a complicated subject, this is due in large part to the fact that they did not have a teacher who taught them the basics of chemistry in a simple way. The study of chemistry can be simple and deductive if a small number of very basic concepts are handled well.
I love to teach student especially to those who have the hard time to understand math and physics. I'm teaching primary and secondary students. I'm teaching Algebra, Geometry, Physics and Chemistry. I have a lot of patience on my student and I'll teach as best as I can be.
I like to gain the students trust as I’m a student myself I feel like they will open up to me in what they struggle with so I can help them in that area I’ve gained the trust of students before and I’ve helped them in the area they have struggled with
I teach each lesson based on the students needs and abilities. I From years of studying the respective subjects, I can offer an in depth explanation to the relative subject matter which allows the student a whole different perspective from the approach taken in the classroom. I hold the view that rigorous past paper practice is the key to achieving good grades in exams.
I am a student currently studying in University of Glasgow. In my high school period I’ve had a very strong hold of the subject. I found my chemistry with chemistry! My lessons are short, simple, easy to understand and logical. Organic, inorganic and physical parts of the chemistry are the most likeable form of all.
I love to inspire people to realise their own potential. As such, it piqued my interest to work as a tutor. Each student is unique. This means that each student will require different teaching approaches. Because of this, I will provide the service that my pupil requires - homework support, content support, exam preparation - you name it! I usually provide the students with supplemental materials.
I am currently studying in S5 in Scotland but preparing for Advanced Higher Mathematics. I'll be willing to tutor anyone from S1 onwards. Lessons will be composed of hands-on learning with plenty of practice. As a tutor, I will be patient as well as understanding. I will persevere until every concept is understood.
My teaching methodology is unique to every pupil.
I am a PhD student at the University of Glasgow offering tutoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) subjects. In addition to previous academic degrees, I also have 6 years of industrial experience as a professional engineer. I use a goal-oriented problem solving approach to solidify subject fundamentals before extending to more complex concepts.
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I try to personalise my teaching to each student so they can get the most from every lesson. I often let the student take the lead and suggest topics so they gain confidence and feel more prepared for their exams.
I work by teaching in steps and taking a structured approach while teaching every chapter with vide lessons, quizez and past paper questions.
My teaching method is to teach effectively by emphasising on diagrams and clear cut answers and most importantly repetition is key.
My teaching method is focusing on students by developing their attitude, knowledge, and skills which are also the three key values to capture any new concepts. I'm here to share my experience to make students be well-prepared, more adaptable and passionate in mathematics, chemistry and pharmacy classes.
Each individual has it own way of learning and my teaching approach will be adjusted for the individual. I will be giving lessons up to A Levels. I will be guiding you to achieve the grade you are looking for.
I am a Chemistry student in Glasgow and have just left high school. I studied maths and chemistry all the way through from National 5 to Advanced higher. In my lessons I will identify weaker areas that require more attention and consistently try to improve them by teaching them in further details and giving extra practice. As well as bringing up the stronger areas too.
I fit my tutoring to each individual student, usually starting with a topic, getting to grips with the basic knowledge before building on that. SQA level Once the student has a good understanding of the topic, we will look at exam questions, and techniques in dealing with these.
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