My four main aims are the following: To challenge my students to aim for the highest attainment, ultimately this is represented by taking the higher paper at GCSE, tackling all topics for the higher paper. To build the confidence of my students and instil a relentless drive and commitment to hard work that goes beyond maths.
With 43 years professional experience I tutor in all major subjects of Civil Engineering. Examples: 1) Hydraulics 2) Concrete Structures 3) Steel Structures 4) Mathematics 5) Management 6) MICE qualification I live in central London and accept students to my teaching space. I do not visit students.
I use personalised tutoring to compliment learners school/college maths lessons by keeping regular communication with the topics covered in class to reinforce core mathematical concepts and revise for specific forthcoming tests/examinations. This has resulted in learners achieving their goals, whether that be moving up a set in school or acceptance into their 1st choice Russel Group University.
I always endeavour to produce a comfortable yet efficient teaching environment in which the student is motivated to learn and has access to the right tools and knowledge to do so. I am very aware and understanding of the fact that every student learns differently and at different paces and so I make it a necessity to tailor each session to the individual to ensure maximum learning and happiness.
My teaching method is all about how to enable that tutee to learn and succeed in the best and most efficient way possible, and this means I adapt my teaching method according to how best the student learns. I use a mix of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning with an emphasis on engaged involvement and explanation from the tutee rather than simply note taking.
I enjoy sharing my passion in mathematics. I marvel its beauty in modelling what can be seen and what cannot be seen, thus I feel that it is important to make my lessons as relatable and interesting as possible. I always try to be adaptable & patient, tailoring the lessons to suit different students' needs (either exam prep or general support, etc) are met.
My teaching methodology varies from student to student. If I am teaching a student to prepare for a specific exam, to begin with, I will go through the specification with them and ask what they are most and least confident with. Then, we will do past papers together so we can see, in practice, which topics are strongest.
I believe that the most important thing in teaching is making sure you explain the concepts so well to your students that they can then tackle any questions on the topic.
I base all my lectures in the constructive alignment principle, which means basically matching the student capacity with the intellectual challenge. During the first lesson I assess what are the learning outcomes required and the knowledge/skills of the students. Based on that and the available time, the tutoring sessions are planned.
Tutoring is very much an interactive process and I see three steps in my tutoring method. 1. Explain difficult topics in textbooks and help my tutee with assigned work from school. Conceptual understanding is much more important than memorizing a particular method. 2. Deliver a custom-made course of the exam syllabus, offering much more clarity and depth compared to lessons at school.
I am a Mathematics student at the University of Oxford. At school, I was lazy and unfocused until I discovered the creative, elegant side of Mathematics and Physics. This changed the direction of my life and, at present, I hope to become an academic researcher in the field.
Always start with a puzzle. This has served me well teaching from primary level to A-Level. The lesson should always start with a problem that draws the student in and gets them thinking. Really thinking. Playing around with numbers, concepts and different approaches is the corner stone of mathematical creativity. This is the base, from which, the rest of the lesson can flow from.
I teach Maths and Further Maths up to GCE A-Level. I have a good understanding of what the examiners look for while marking papers by figuring out where marks are awarded from mark schemes. I strongly recommend students to go through past exam papers, and to write sufficient steps to demonstrate understanding of the subject, instead of jumping to the answer straight away.
My method is fairly simple: first I approach basic understanding of topics, focusing on areas of weakness until I am satisfied that my student has good comprehension of the subject area. After this I focus on exam technique (this is, after all, where most marks are gained and lost).
I teach using everyday examples that help understanding a concept easy and hard to forget.
Currently, I teach the Maths GCSE curriculum with a view to expand to Maths A-level. I am able to teach any curriculum, provided I have time for preparation, but I have the most experience with the IGCSE Edexcel syllabus. I am strongly for catering to the unique needs of the student so first I ask them what topics they feel less confident with.
I teach Mathematics in a creative way. I make students to think like Mathematicians. My teaching methodology is totally conceptual and I also illustrate real life applications of the topics to make it more interesting. I can even make undergraduate Mathematics as simple as primary level.
My teaching method consists of working through problems with the student and making sure that they understand the concepts fully. I encourage students to ask me as many questions as possible. I like the lessons to be interactive and enjoyable.
I can give tuition to anyone studying A levels (or equivalent) and GCSE (or equivalent). I like to understand exactly the problems a student is facing in mathematics, and help them understand a topic through careful guided explainations of the underlying mathematics, and test them on what they have learnt with a mixture of easy to more challenging problems.
My first priority is to always to understand the student's current level of knowledge, and to work out the best way to improve upon it. In my experience, the best way to learn is to answer questions and learn from every mistake, until you don't make any anymore. I tutor students going into year 10, 11 and 12 in Maths, Further Maths and Physics.
I'm a Bristol University graduate with a MSc in Nuclear Science and Engineering and a BEng in Aerospace Engineering. I work as a Nuclear Engineer, but I'm looking to spend some time outside work passing on my knowledge of Maths, Physics, Nuclear Physics, Engineering, and other related technical topics.
I have a positive attitude and a passion to assist and motivate struggling learners and is key to building confidence and achieving academic goals. I find, from my own experience, that people learn things differently and at different paces; when students struggle with a subject, it’s usually because their learning style conflicts with the style or pace with which it is being taught.
In the past I have tutored GCSE and Primary school students in Mathematics although I am happy to tutor A-Level students as well. My lessons are mainly guided by the student themselves; I tend to base my lessons around what my student is struggling with. My student and I can work through questions that the student may not have fully understood on their own.
I haven’t had any experience tutoring yet, but I plan to be well-organised in order for my tutees to achieve the best possible result. I will prepare all my lessons in advance and will provide necessary material and clear explanations in order to aid my tutees understanding of the content.
I found that students learn best when being led by example. For this reason, each topic is started from basics and worked upward at their pace. After setting the example solutions, more questions are set to ensure thorough understanding. I am very patient, so you will not leave the lesson confused. Any difficult questions can be prompted by me, after your own attempts.
I teach my students individually, and at all levels up to A-level. I like using questions as a main form of teaching, and to progressively challenge the tutee. I focus on independence and only intervene to help when needed to.
My teaching method is unique as I allow the student to be in control. I provide specific targeted help on what the student feels weak at and continue this until they are confident.
I work by first assessing your learning style, where you currently are, where you want to be to, and the most effective route to get there. I use this to tailor my tutoring style to you, helping you to get the most out of our sessions.
The idea when teaching maths is to make the student develop mathematical intuition. This involves breaking down larger concepts into smaller pieces to show the necessary logical steps to take. Hence I focus on the student's understanding by ensuring there's nothing memorized that's not well understood, unless is beyond their scope ofcourse.
I can help you improve your grades and knowledge of the subject. I will inculcate interest in the subjects in you and a desire to excel so that you get your target score. I will teach you the current topic that you are studying or struggling and related background topics.
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