- Classes With most school classes packed with 25-30 children, it doesn't take a Maths genius to work out how much one-to-one time your child is going to get with their teacher per hour. Our class sizes are 9 maximum, with an average of 6. Or you can choose one-to-one. - Ages and Levels Covered We provide tuition for children between the ages of 4-18.
I have taught students ranging from Year 7 to Year 11 in addition to A-level students. My methods are very flexible and are tailored to the student. I make sure to go at the student's pace and have no problems with starting from the very basics then building up the student's knowledge from there. I have normally taught one on one however I can teach small groups (1-3 students).
I base my classes by building up on the knowledge the kids already have. I have certain mnemonics that help students understand and memorize the subject matter better. Using semantic learning and everyday examples to logically connect the problem to a more familiar scenario is one of my approaches that works very well with younger students.
I give lessons to A-Level chemistry students. My lesson structure involves going through the syllabus and elaborating on information from core textbooks. I aim for students to understand the content rather than just memorizing information. This allows students to transfer their knowledge to different questions.
My teaching methods are based on my student capabilities and their efficiency to adapt to different ways of learning. This is a brief list of the things I do with my students to improve their understanding of the subject: 1. Read from the book and try to extract and analyse key information in their mind. 2. Read again thoroughly highlighting key points and making brief and efficient notes.
My main teaching method is a combination of lecture and discussion methods. I assess each student's level and approach each topic in a way that would strengthen the weakness of a particular student.
I am passionate about helping students overcome challenges in maths and master the subject. As a recently qualified teacher, I understand you want your child to attain the best possible results and I am dedicated to achieve this for all students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? A-level Maths, Further Maths. GCSE Maths, Physics. Higher Maths, Physics. IB Maths, Physics.
My teaching method is based on the educational curriculum and I follow the contents in order. I try to mirror the topics that the kids cover in school so that there is no confusion for them. In some instances, depending on the children's learning abilities, I teach them topics ahead of the school's learning programme which allows my students to have a head start before everyone else.
MATHS/CHEMISTRY GSCE TUTOR IN WEMBLEY AREA (tutor from my home in kingsbury NW9 or online) - Which subject(s) do you teach? KS2 and 11+ entry level exams, GCSE level CHEMISTRY, MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE, PROOF-READING ESSAYS AND COURSEWORK HELP - Tell me about your qualifications.
A self driven teacher with an experience of over 6 years teaching Physics, Chemistry and Maths for GCSE level. Effective lesson planning and using innovative techniques to make learning easy and fun for the students. Abreast with latest advancement in Science, technology & teaching techniques. Comprehensive understanding of UK specific pedagogy and school systems.
Teaching is my hobby and I love CHEMISTRY as my core stream. Can teach Science/Maths students at any level. Most student afraid of PERIODIC Table (chemistry) which is foundation, I've unique method to learn that easily. Have experience to teach students from various geography.
I can tutor students from primary to a levels. I will base my teaching depending on the individual and the best approach for them.
I like my classes to be interactive so the student can always feel involved in the topic. initially I base my lessons on the specification but with experience I begin to target lessons to the students strengths and weaknesses.
I am an enthusiastic student of science and maths myself who take pride in seeing students reach their true potential. I have achieved an A* in maths Alevel and 3 A's in my Science AS'. I also achieved 9A* and 2 A's in GCSE including FSMQ, Triple Science and Mathematics.
I am a well trained chemist, working in a prestigious higher education university-Imperial College London. I have been volunteered to teach in the college for different departments, such as Chemical Engineering Department, Chemistry Department and Reach-out Group. I have taught first and second year undergraduate students, and A-level students from Harry and Westminster Academy.
I know that being in a huge class some points cannot get through to everyone and teachers like to quickly explain and go onto the next topic. I do not want to be like that, I want to go through everything at your own pace so that you understand all the methods. We will not only go through easy questions but go through more challenging questions to test how much you understand.
Chemistry may seem boring, however with my style of teaching i can pass on my fun visual techniques that helped me turn around my perception of chemistry. I believe that if you understand something you will never forget it, so my main aim is to ensure that all my students understand what i am teaching no matter what.
I approach each topic carefully ensuring the students will understand completely, then move onto more challenging questions and exam practice, to ensure no question can throw the students off the ball. I feel exam practice is key for a good score in any exam at any level.
I use online teaching tools, graphics pad, virtual learning, exam books, tutorials and syllabuses which cover examination and entrance level chemistry. I have taught traditionally and using simulation approaches and have been fortunate to develop teaching materials, and chemistry programmes which have been used by students across the UK.
I aim to give the most useful tools to help increase learning efficiency and ensure ease of learning and encouraging progression. I can teach anyone of any ability whether it be small or large improvements needed.
My teaching method is mainly based on problem solving and/or using visual representations and schemes where possible . I introduce a new topic by either trying to transpose the concept into a drawing/scheme (rather than talking or writing definitions) or by guiding the student to solve a problem using the particular concept.
I usually teach the students basic concepts of a chapter, and hence move on to doing questions, preferably prepared by students (from school teachers). It is best if students come into lessons with some prepared questions to discuss. Students who wish to get more challenging questions may request for them so that lesson can be more engaging.
Hi, I'm Amanda and I am 18 years old from Malaysia. I recently moved to London for university where I am currently in my first year at Imperial College London. I have completed my GCSE and A Level's in a private British international school in Malaysia and I have had previous experience tutoring and mentoring GCSE students. I am fun and outgoing and I always try my best to make learning enjoyable.
I tailor my methdology according to each students' needs, regularly doing small tests and asking questions to understand exactly what the student may be struggling with.
I am a talented academician who is capable of teaching up to GCSE level. I wish to embrace an intelligent style of teaching that includes: introduction, key concepts, topic material (with breaks where necessary) and summary followed by an interactive session.
I am a 2nd year Imperial College London student reading a degree in Chemistry with a current 1st Class grade. I can teach up to A Level Chemistry/Maths and up to GCSE for Biology/Physics.
My teaching method is to explain to the student the topic we're working on, then teach the student how to think about problems relating to it. I'd go through an easy problem then an extended problem with the student, which would give me an idea of what the student is good at and what they need working on.
I am a first year chemistry undergraduate student in Imperial College London, I give Biology Chemistry Lessons to students below degree level, and I also help with GCSE physics. I often give students methods and teach them not just the answer but also the learning techniques for certain subjects.
i can give lessons to gcse, A-level and first / second year university students - i like to use all three teaching styles, Auditory, Visual or Kinesthetics as many individuals have different learning styles or use a mixture of more than one.
I have just completed an MSc in Biomedical and Molecular Sciences Research at King`s College London. I am currently working as a private tutor, specialising in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths.
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