- 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.
My teaching method is focusing directly on the main points of the lesson, which helps to connect the students quickly with the course, understanding the difficult points, and practicing on the important sections of the courses. Students achieve the best results with a Face-to face meeting .
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.
I'm a former Head of Maths in a Sixth Form College, but am now retired from full-time teaching and give individual tuition in students' homes. I've been doing this in the Harrow area for the last 10 years. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathematics for GCSE, and A-level Maths and Further Maths (all modules).
I am an a level student and i give lessons to students that are both my age and younger. i have helped students understand maths from the basics and most have been able to apply those skills to much more complex questions. so far i have only tutored voluntarily but have had a deep interest in taking it into a larger environment and try to help more students with maths and further maths.
My teaching method is based on helping students understand the concepts underlying their work so they are able to tackle difficult questions themselves and become independent thinkers. This will enable students to achieve top results at school, and eventually be able to learn deep concept themselves.
I base my classes on the specification of maths from the board. I approach each topic by first breaking it down, working from the basics, working up to the complex parts and using past paper questions in doing so to allow for exam preparation.
I have an active life-long commitment to teaching for over 16 years as a Maths and Physics teacher and tutor working for schools. Initially, I established my teaching experience in Iran as Maths/Physics teacher; and then, I continued the same positions since I moved to London, in 2010. I am currently working as a teacher for a School in London teaching Maths/Physics GCSE and A-Level.
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.
My approach is unconventional yet simple. Unlike standard methodologies for teaching maths, I promote somehow old fashion teaching methodologies. I give the student the tools and teach them how to use them correctly and effectively, rather than spoon-feed them by solving the biggest number of problems and exam questions.
My teaching method is to introduce a topic with the more simple concepts and gradually get into teaching the more complex subject. Importantly ensuring to try questions as we go along.
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.
Through straightforward and logical lessons, I can help you develop a strong fundamental understanding of the subject, which is key to achieving the best grades and will prove very useful to you in higher education (if you so choose that route). I'll advise you on exam technique, using past papers and examiner reports to demonstrate how to tackle various question types.
Dear Parents and Students, I am 26 years old, I teach because I enjoy it and I love teaching. Tutoring is my passion along with many other aspects of life which include investing, public speaking and volunteering. - Which subject(s) do you teach? A - Levels - Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry, and Computing. GCSE - Maths, All Sciences, ICT, Computing, Economics.
I am 21 years old and have just graduated from Trinity College, University of Cambridge. I have always enjoyed tutoring and mentoring other students whilst I was doing my A-Levels and wish to continue helping others achieve their full potential.
As someone who has been through the struggles of GCSE and A levels, I like to centre my lessons around the needs of my students and will adapt my style to what best suits the student. If I'm going to be your tutor, I would appreciate it if you told me your exam board and prior to each lesson, the topics you are struggling with.
I first like to ask my students what they struggle with or need work on, then find material that is specific to this topic. I can also help with homework and if I feel the student is confident I will try to introduce further material and help the student to push further on his/her studies.
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.
- Classes We do only 1 to 1 classes. We look after each child and help them in achieving their goals. We undertake different levels of students and coach them through sample and past paper questions. All students are initially assessed and then placed into the class according to their ability.
So what are you waiting for… Tutoring Experience: • My most recent students excelled in Maths and Further Maths, getting equal or higher grades than predicted by their schools. • I have copious experience in teaching students, relatives, and friends through 11plus to A Level and above.
August 2018 Update: University placements of my current Year 13 (A Level) students: 1) AM A* in Maths year 13 August 2018 Update (secured place to study Medicine at Cambridge) 2) Four others have been offered medicine at Liverpool, Cardiff, Leeds.
Summer 2018 Exam Results: University placements of my current Year 13 (A Level) students: 1) 15 students got A* in Maths year 13 and one student secured place to study Medicine at Oxford university 2) five others have been offered medicine at Liverpool, Cardiff, Leeds, Keele 3) two other student doing Actuarial Science at city university 4)12 other students are going to Russell group...
I am currently Deputy Head of Mathematics at one of London's top independent schools and I have been teaching Mathematics for 18 years now. My aim is to maximise the potential of my students in the subject. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathematics from Year 7 up to A2 level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I was winner of the National Lecturer of the Year (a competition held among all UK universities) for my multi-faceted approach to teaching: This means brilliant teaching, but much more: I set work and support my students during the week with the hmk. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths. Only maths. GCSE Maths. A-level Maths. Further Maths (A-level). AEA and STEP (still maths).
I am a research analyst at the prestigious London Business School's Centre for Hedge Fund Research & Education.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics - Statistics - Economics - Tell me about your qualifications.
- Classes Excel Academy is a leading provider of private after-school tuition classes for the students of Key stage 1, 2 & 3, 11 Plus, 13 Plus, GCSE, IGCSE, AS & A2 Levels in the subjects of Maths, English, Science, Verbal reasoning, Nonverbal reasoning & ICT. - Ages and Levels Covered Age groups 8 to 18 years.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I mostly teach Maths but I have some knowledge in Physics. - How much do you charge? I charge £1.80 for travel. I charge £5.50/hr for GCSE subjects but for A-level subjects I charge £15.00/hr. - Where do you teach? I can teach from Harrow to Mill Hill and down to Hendon. - When are you available? I am mainly available on weekends and from June to August.
"Learn well, understand the subject and then play the system." I was in the same boat as you. I've recently finished year 13 with fantastic marks after much trial and error, so I'm familiar with today's school system and how frustrating the exam system can sometimes be. I'm here to tell you the stuff that I wish I was told when I was in your position.
An articulate Academic Professional with a proven track record of positive contribution towards learning, teaching and development of the young and adult learners. I have also acquired a deep knowledge of National Curriculum & motivating my learners and inspired them to do well in their studies. - Classes One to one and group classes.
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