I've tutored high-school students, middle-school students and university students. I base my classes on understanding deeply the subject and I expect my students to exercise a lot with me and at home. My goal is to make the student feel confident about his/her own abilities, to make him/her feel completely independent.
I'm a first year engineering sciences student at balliol college. After acing my A levels - 4 A* with a score of 1188 out of 1200 for math and a distinction in AEA - I now want to help college students get into their desired university. It is important to know that I will not teach you how to pass exams but I will guide you to learn the subject yourself and consequently do very well in your exams.
I like to use visual aids when teaching, i believe problem based learning is most effective so i may allocate light homework alongside tutoring sessions. Classes will be based on the student and we will have agreed goals which we can use to monitor progress. I am polite and calm and happy to explain slowly and repeat myself where required to promote student understanding.
I am an oxford undergraduate student, and I hope I can teach you about chemistry or maths in GCSE or A Level and improve your study. The structure of class can be various, helping you to get a better understanding in class work or solving problems you meet, or learning extensively.
My teaching method is based on securing a strong understanding of basic principles which can then be built upon to answer more complex questions. I use sample questions and work through solutions to these to cement knowledge of these principles.
I am half-way state of my Dphil in Chemistry from University of Oxford, with chemistry being major in both my honours and masters qualifications. I have been giving lessons to secondary and A-level chemistry students. My way of teaching is simple and I use different ways of teaching to give my lessons including using white board and power point presentations.
My teaching style is very informal, and somewhat resembles the setting of an Oxford tutorial, which is also the typical style of an Oxford interview. Getting comfortable with this type of academic engagement is more crucial to success both in interview and in university life than being the most impressive candidate on paper.
My approach to teaching is primarily student driven to ensure confidence in the required material. I find student have a higher retention rate for information with practised recall/question and answer, as well as improving confidence in material. This is a process that should be enjoyable and engaging to promote a young person's inherent curiosity.
I am an undergraduate chemist at the University of Oxford. I've tutored for a few years, and last summer wrote and illustrated online A-Level, GCSE, and KS3 chemistry courses for a social enterprise. Lessons would be flexible, aimed at either supporting topics as taught at school, or at targeting weak areas as identified by the student.
PhD qualified highly experienced tutor and examiner. I have got many books and all the past exam papers. Most of my students have achieved very good result in their exam. I have received an award for Top 3 private tutors in Oxford.
My classes put the student in control. They rationalize answers with help from me. I draw examples from exam papers and focus on core understanding as well as exam technique. Students will quickly gain confidence and tackle difficult questions easily.
I usually help the student understand the subject rather than get them to memorise the concepts. I also tend to explain them proofs and not to just accept things as they are.
My methodology is based on student knowledge in subject.I try to correlate topics with existing knowledge.I start teaching from basic to advance level.I taught students from various age group.I try to make use of visuals and animations.I don't like teaching bookish knowledge.I like giving interesting examples which ENHANCES CURIOSITY in CHEMISTRY.
My first step is to ascertain what my student understands so far, then either begin or complete teaching the foundations of modern chemistry. Along the way I ensure my pupils can use appropriate maths to solve problems and gain a stronger grasp of practical chemistry. I enjoy stretching able pupils with Chemistry close to, and sometimes at, University level.
My teaching method is based on very good understanding of pupil's need and individual approach...
I am an experienced research scientist and high school teacher all in one. I teach chemistry and sciences from KS3 to A Levels. I tailor each lesson to the students needs, from revision to teaching the whole curriculum I listen to the students needs and work with him or her to reach there own goals.
I am currently in the second year of a biochemistry degree at the University of Oxford. I can teach Biology at any level up to A level, and Chemistry and Maths to GCSE or iGCSE. I will tackle any and all areas of your syllabus which you have identified as needing better explanation (or help you work out which areas to focus on) - I specialise in finding new ways to explain complicated topics.
I am a Biochemistry PhD student at the University of Oxford offering lessons in maths from primary to A-levels standard. I have plenty of tutoring experiences and believe I could help pupil that struggle with a particular topic (or topics) or pupil that wants to challenge themselves.
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My lessons include many illustrative examples, use of metaphores to make complex concepts clear and many student-led discussions and questions
The structure of my sessions obviously depends very much on what the student wishes to achieve, if it’s topic specific then I will prepare individual lessons centred around first and foremost the specification for the subject and its specific exam board – with a brief overview, followed by an in-depth look at the topic and ending with a brief quiz and then some questions set for consolidation.
Hello everyone! My name is Sam, and I'm an Oxford University chemistry graduate. I've taught students of various ages and abilities since my high school days and I take great pride in my easy-going, approachable yet knowledgable style.
Although I am 'officially' advertising as providing GCSE and A level tutoring, I am also open to those who wish to pursue different qualifications, or no qualifications at all! I believe that the learning journey is personal to each individual, and I will strive to work with each student to establish their goals before we start work in earnest.
I have a great enthusiasm for teaching and encouraging my students to reach their potential at every level of education. I take great care to prepare my lessons and tailor my tutoring methods to the needs of each student. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Arabic at key stages 2, 3, GCSE and A-level.
Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science/ICT, Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Computing Engineering lessons to GCSE, A2/AS-levels, University undergraduate, Masters and PhD students. Approach to teaching involves understanding of the student needs and catering my lessons/tutorials according to those and this method has always proved highly successful.
I just finished my DPhil in Organic Chemistry at Oxford and I did my undergraduate in Germany. Until now I have only performed a few tutorials in general chemistry. Happy to tutor up to university undergraduate level organic chemistry.
I received MChem in Oxford in 2017, followed by a 4-year DPhil programme. I have been teaching secondary and high school students Math, Physics and Chemistry. I am fluent in Chinese. I am keen to share knowledge with students in all levels. The method that I use during teaching is to combine concepts and exercises together, covering the foundations and exam tips.
I am a recent PhD graduate and tutor students from GCSE level to degree level. In my lessons we discuss the topics that we are studying, ensuring a conversation that allows us to identify any particular weaknesses that can then be strengthened with the use of problems. I create custom homework questions whenever necessary, depending on individual needs.
I teach 1-1 over Skype- I offer maths, biology and chemistry (my a level choices). I offer an insider view to the new maths GCSE, having got a level 8 in it this past summer.
a) Tailor made lesson and lesson plan. b) Friendly relationship with the students so that they don’t hesitate to share any problem they have. c) Detailed work plan set out initially and followed throughout.
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