I am always keen to provide individualised and differentiated support for my students that are struggling with learning concepts and mathematical topics, presenting information in a variety of ways, emphasising relevance of class material to the world beyond the classroom.
My teaching methodology is incorporating a wide variety of fun and challenging elements, helping the students to uplift their confidence, enhance their subject understanding and boost their critical thinking. As a result, I am using a "cooking collaborative peer formula", if you are not aware of it, rest assured, as I will be explaining below.
I am willing to offer my mathematics tuition to students of all ages, young and old, where I will take a friendly approach adapting the lessons to suit your needs. Once we have had our initial meeting, I will mold the lessons around you to give you the best teaching style for you so that you gain the most benefits.
The tutoring will be done online much to the preference of the student, be it video, voice or text. The classes will be based on what a student requests (a topic they wish to improve on). I pride myself on being understanding and patient with students as someone that has done the journey myself I understand how helpful calm and coherent guidance can be.
My teaching is heavily based on solving problems. The quickest and (more importantly) surest route to understanding and proficiency is through practice. I also encourage a visual approach; for both memory and comprehension, visualisation has profound benefits.
I know how overwhelming studying Maths and Physics can be at first which is why I aim to tailor my lessons to each unique students learning preferences in order to make you feel comfortable with the subject. I offer Maths, Physics, and even Further Maths lessons. I offer Further Maths lessons even if your school doesn't provide them.
I cater every lesson to the needs of each student, and prepare accordingly. The general structure of each session is as follows: Firstly I discuss the student's strengths and weaknesses, as well as their goals. The majority of the session will be used to cover the knowledge and concepts behind the topic under discussion, in addition to relevant past paper questions.
Currently studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Northumbria, I will be moving onto my MSc next year with aims to become a full time lecturer the year after. I also have a strong background in psychology, sports psychology and private sports/nutrition coaching.
I believe that initially it is important to sit down with student to figure out their strengths and weaknesses before we start the tutoring so that I can prepare my materials accordingly. Then we will work on the theory of each of these topics and move on to practice questions because I believe that that is the best way to consolidate your understanding.
I prefer explaining things very slowly and believe in deep understanding rather than memorising. I believe every mathematical problem should be understood first before undertaking any action. also I think its a good idea to make this subject fun by allowing the student to taste the joy of solving a problem before giving him something impossible to solve.
I try to explain Maths specifically such that it can be understood, hence making it much easier to excel at for anyone.
I love maths and love teaching, so it is a best opportunity to do both at the same time. As school topper in Maths and Science as well as university topper in Mechanics, I think I am the most suitable candidate for the job. Furthermore, I am an engineering researcher who wants to pursue his career in the academics. I always supported teaching STEM subjects to young students.
The first thing I try to do is build trust between my students and myself. This is followed by identifying their strengths and weakness. My mode of knowledge delivery is to try to link the student's interests and real world experiences with mathematics topics.
Hello there! I am an engineering student at Newcastle University, but I have been teaching Maths and the Sciences for about 5-6 years now, starting when I was still in secondary school. I love teaching and I have lots of experience on one-to-one tutoring.
I have achieved an A* in mathematics at GCSE level, two A grades in Maths and Further Maths at AS-level, and am expecting two A* grades in Maths and Further Maths at A-level. My tutoring method is to ask students what they want from the session in advance, and provide challenging material based on the skills required for these topics.
I approach a lesson with a focus on the student, taking time and care with topics and methods which they are not so familiar or confident with. I prefer to teach with a mentality of focusing on the skills which exams look for.
I feel the best way to learn Mathematics is through practice. My style of tutoring will revolve around giving information about the particular area of mathematics before starting examples. These examples will steadily progress from easier to complex. My time at university has shown me that continuously practicing produces the best results.
I'm quite a chatty and social person so I find discussion is the best way to overcome difficulties in maths. I like to sit and go through questions one by one with the student so i can explain in detail the areas they are struggling with.
I bring the real world into lessons. We all use math every day and we all have a need for math in our lives. Regardless of your lot in life, you will need to use maths and I strive to bring elements of real life into each lesson.
I give lessons to A-level Maths and Further Maths students. I usually like to break down a problem into smaller pieces, which makes the problem easier to understand. Then by solving different kinds of questions, one would soon be able to learn the 'structure' of each one. Also, instead of cramming down concepts, I am always keen on giving students the reasoning behind the theorem.
My approach involves helping students to understand the core concepts of the syllabus whilst giving them priceless tips to help them excel in exams. When I get a new student I like to assess where their strengths and weaknesses lie by going though some questions and then preparing personalised lessons to help them progress in areas in which they may be struggling.
I am a flexible and resilient tutor, who will never give up and I won’t let the students give up either. I always try to find the common voice with my students and give them the most personalized help possible. I can go to your house, but I can suggest many other meeting places too depending on your needs.
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