I teach to students up to A Level and I have a thorough understanding of all levels up to this. I prefer to work flexibly with my students, understanding their learning style and planning my lessons around that. Often I will do guided examples and then encourage independent work before marking the students' work collaboratively.
My teaching method is focussing on whatever helps each individual student learn, if you are a visual learner, my lessons will be very visual based etc. I am an incredibly determined individual and will work my hardest to help you reach the grades you deserve.
My teaching methods will be based around you personally, and what help you require in different subject areas.
I believe condensed revision notes and revision cards followed by a vast amount of exam paper practise is the ideal technique.
I give lessons to GCSE students normally but I would love to mentor A-level students who are studying chemistry as this is my strongest subject that I understand and would love to teach. I always approach each topic by going through the basics and ensuring they understand all concepts. I do this visually, with diagrams, whilst also explaining it verbally with examples and scenarios.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and CAD/CAM/CAE. - Tell me about your qualifications. Post Graduate Studies at the University of Manchester; B.Sc in Mechanical Engineer (Honours). - How much do you charge? I give discounts for group lessons. - Where do you teach? I teach at home and students' homes, near Oldham and Manchester city centre.
Day to day I work for a Cosmetic Manufacturer in legislation, I offer part time tutoring to children and young people looking to develop their science knowledge and ability. I will typically structure lessons to cover any content as requested by a student perhaps in areas they find difficult, or wish to get better at.
Hi! I'm a college leaver, with A Levels in Physics, Chemistry, Biology. I prefer tutoring 1:1 or with a small group. I usually use PowerPoint presentations, but I like talking to them more and using videos, books etc. My teaching methods start of with knowing your strengths and weaknesses (as any good educator would) and acting on them.
Mine would be very hands on, walking you through the basics and walking you to a level where you would be confident with the whole course. I feel context helps with learning so a discussion of the course would be included as well as my own experiences with the experiments I may have performed that are related.
The kind of tutoring I will be offering will be a mix of understanding based exercises/ teaching and exam technique. This way you will be able to walk into the exam confident that to know what you need to know and exactly how you are going to answer the questions to display everything you have learned that year.
I will initially find out who has been previously introduced to a topic. Then if some people haven’t I will give them a brief description of the topic and then decipher how much of an understanding everyone has of the topic.
I am enthusiastic and fully committed to education. Teaching experiences from KS2 to post-19 education has provided a sound opportunity to enhance education and subsequent life. My students are always actively engaged in learning - join me. - Which subject(s) do you teach? General Science, Maths and English Language to KS3. Balanced Science and Separate Sciences to GCSE.
My teaching methods vary according to the student. I start by asking questions to understand a student's initial knowledge and form a structured learning plan based on their strengths and weaknesses. I also help students come up with personalised learning techniques.
My teaching method is exam question after explaining stuff to the student so it lets the student know what to expect in the real exam when they sit one
Am flexible and friendly tutor, who would love to teach and feel that students understand fully. I always try hard to make sure students achieve their targets with a full understanding of the subject. I would like to use a variety of visual aids during my teaching, I make it interesting and practical in nature. I apply different teaching methods based on the need and ability of the students.
My unusual name is Razi. Teaching is in y genetics, my mom, and grandparents were teachers and I am no anomaly to this teaching dynasty. I am very laid - back and love the opportunity to meet new people. Furthermore, the best thing that teaching gives me is that it makes me know that I've helped someone, changed someones life for the better, and hopefully inspired someone to aim high.
My teaching method is interactive. I base my teaching on the syllabus of required academic level. I also go through assignments as requested by clients.
I am at college studying in Manchester. I achieved a good grade in Maths at GCSE and want to help other students get a good grade. Furthermore, I am patient, kind, polite, helpful and able to help other children. I am passionate about helping children to achieve good results. Additionally, I have a wide range of resources to tutor so I will be able to find the best method to help.
Hey, my names alisha and I am offering lessons to any primary and secondary school students needing help with maths and chemistry. lesson structures are easy and simple to follow constructed from subject specifications. simply to learn via understanding simple concepts and then to build up knowledge via questions from past and practise papers.
My teaching method is to find my students weaknesses and then develop them. I ensure my students understand the operations in maths and how it is derived rather than learning rote. The top exam questions test your understanding, not your memory of operations.
I am an Alevel student and is expected 1A* and 2As in my sciences. I want to progress to university to study biomedicine. Good thing about my teaching is my own experience, techniques and notes for getting all As in the toughest Alevel subjects.
Hello! I graduated with a First class degree in B.Sc (Hons) Biochemistry from the University of Manchester and studied for a doctorate in Biophysics for one year. I have a passion for teaching and sharing my knowledge of science and am invested in the success of my students. My teaching approach is open and communicative, tailored to your aims as a student.
I give people individual help and provide them with resources when needed to ensure they feel confident with subject content. My style is to assist with school work and develop mathematical or scientific skills that have been already taught in school.
Having been taught multiple teaching styles to myself, I can test and adapt my teaching style to suit the student to make is as easy as possible to understand.
I like to base my teaching methods on the individual themselves, whether they’re visual, auditory or kinaesthetic learners. I usually assess each student at the beginning and base my lesson plans on their preferred way of learning.
My approach to a topic is to explain things in the funnest way possible. Whether it be with science jokes, funny anecdotes or just being silly. I find i always recalled information better that way.
I am a Professional Science Tutor with a plethora of experience. I am also a Biomedical Scientist specialising in Microbiology. I tutor Sciences at All Levels including the all new GCSE Grade 1-9 syllabus across all exam boards. I am also the co-founder of an Afterschool, Homework and Tuition Club where along with my partner I help children of varied ages with any subjects they struggle in.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Biology and Chemistry mainly, but also Maths at GCSE level. - Tell me about your qualifications. I graduated in 2008 with a first class degree in Microbiology with Industrial Experience (BSc) from the University of Manchester. I obtained 43 points in the International Bacceleureate in 2004. My higher level subjects were Biology, Chemitry and History.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I am a Chemistry PhD student, and can teach Chemistry as well as Mathematics. - How much do you charge? If you live far away from the city centre, I may charge you an extra fee. - Where do you teach? Teaching at student homes or a library is fine. I can travel within Manchester. - When are you available? I teach weekends and weekday evening after 6pm.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathamatics, Physics and Chemistry. - Tell me about your qualifications. I am basically a textile engineer. At the moment I am doing my Ph.D. in the field of Textiles at The University of Manchester. - How much do you charge? I charge 15 to 20 pounds per hour.
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