I prefer to have the first lesson to analyze the syllabus and allocate how much time we should spend on each topic. Once I have completed a topic, i give practice questions to give a more practical application and guage the students understanding. After i have completed the syllabus and questions specific to topics, i then give past exam papers which i mark and give feedback.
I have a good amount of tutoring experience and am very knowledgeable and have an good knack for explaining things well. I am very happy to go over topics that need the most attention and help in any necessary areas with both understanding and how to sit exams well. I will go over any ticks and quicker ways of doing questions as well as help practice exam technique and how to prepare for exams.
My teaching method is practice makes perfect. The use of examples, followed by my students either having a go themselves if they feel confident or going through a question together step by step. Having this option really allows me to understand someone's strengths and weaknesses to allow me to tailor lessons to them. Understanding what needs more detailed explanations.
Different students have different ways of understanding different subjects. At the first instance, I try to understand the specific level of the student and move on from there.
I am a current university student and I give lessons to many different students, including A-Level Students IB students, BTEC, and GCSE students. I will structure my lesson based on the student I am teaching. If there are specific areas that are difficult, I will cover these with a lot of depth and detail.
My method:- First I cover all the basics of a topic - Next I derive and prove all the equations you with need for the topic so you remember them better -Finally i move you on to questions to hone your skills at implementing the knowledge i have taught you
My teaching method is focused on chatty student-led sessions and will provide any necessary help for any specific sticky topics. I think the best way to learn is practice so we will go through many examples to ensure a confident understanding of the topic.
My teaching method is based on my students and their needs. I change and adapt my approach accordingly to them. I am looking to apply my education, drive and genuine passion for maths to my students, in order to improve their knowledge.
The main principle of my teaching is a good relationship between me and my tutee. I do not stick to any particular teaching methods as I understand that every student needs to be treated individually and uniquely. Our lessons will definitely be enjoyable and aimed for providing you with as clear identification of any topic as possible.
Very active and energetic approach to teaching, I like to include the student as much as possible in class exercises. I also prefer to guide a student to an answer rather than tell how to get to it. As a chemical engineering student I have strong Maths, Chemistry and Physics skills and teach at GCSE level.
Having been always told I was bad at maths as a kid, it took a lot of determination and hard work to get my grades. In my opinion, the reason why a lot of people struggle with maths is due to the fact that they believe they aren't talented. My approach to teaching therefore is to deconstruct the challenges that maths offers, building confidence and cementing the skill set needed to pass exams.
Often the reason for someone falling behind in fields such as mathematics is due to lack of engagement from both the perspective of the student and the tutor. Therefore I aspire to have an exciting and impassioned teaching style. Also, I believe my young age may be beneficial as to help with a productive tutor-student partnership as young people tend to listen closest to people of a similar age.
I have been teaching maths for over 22 years. I am a fully qualified teacher (B.ED) and also have an up to date DBS. I was an architect before I turned to teaching in schools. I teach Maths on a daily basis.
I find it best to take a friendly, engaging and encouraging. I try to relate all that I teach to real life examples to obtain maximum interest from my pupils. I work n an individual basis setting realistic goals based on each individual. I will push those capable further and further, but understand and enjoy working with those who require additional support.
I like to teach an understanding of the concepts behind mathematical ideas rather than algorithmic methods for solving problems. This, I think, leads my students to engage with maths on a deeper level and therefore become much more proficient in the subject.
My name is Marco Carobene and I am a Second Year Mathematics BSc Student at King's College London. I have a lot of experience tutoring maths students at AS and A2 Level, and have recently started online tutoring also. I generally do my tutoring via Skype, using the aid of an onscreen whiteboard, but remain completely open to requests in terms of how you would prefer to be taught.
I teach the topics students are struggling with and try to apply methods and tips I used when studying for my maths exams. I try various approaches to teaching dependant on the students preferred method of learning I.e. Visual or practical learning etc.
I chose one-to-one tutoring as I believe every person learns differently - I base my classes on each students' learning method preferences. I offer maths classes up to university level. I can help with preparing for tests, exams or just help prepare homework.
I always start with a free assessment, to get to know you and devise a topic list to work through. I tailor the sessions to you, but a typical session will start with me helping you understand school work that you have not been able to complete, or mistakes you are unable to rectify. I then will deliver a tailored session to you, working through the list of topics you need help with.
I am a friendly maths graduate from the University of Exeter, looking to share my maths knowledge! I spent my last summer in the USA, teaching boys aged 8-18 a variety of sports and skills at summer camp. I've helped my younger sister (17) through her Maths GCSE and starting her A levels, and enjoy sharing my skills on the piano with her and her friends.
I am a teacher from Spain. I hold a bachelor's degree from Autonomous University of Madrid UAM (Spain) in Physics and I have just finished my Postgraduate in Education (PGCE) in Camilo Jose Cela University UCJC (Spain). I have experience tutoring and teaching groups in my country, mainly in secondary levels. I have a strong knowledge of the subjects maths and physics.
I am studying straight physics at the University of Bristol. I'm currently in first year after achieving A*AA in my A-levels in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry respectively. My main teaching methods involve problem solving and helping students logically work through exam papers and questions logically. I am patient and can communicate well.
I teach by example and clarification. I follow a method which is going to give you the most possible marks. I am patience and understanding, I work at the pace most suitable for you, at the time you want, how you want.
I am a first-year Electronic Engineering student in Bristol. I had completed my Cambridge A-levels in subjects like Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Economics, with a result of 1A*3A. My techniques in teaching maths are providing my students with a good fair amount of exercises. Besides that, I will make sure they understand the mathematical concept thoroughly before moving to the next topic.
I am a Software Eng. with a Ph.D. in maths. I give lessons mainly to University students that need help in any subject that involves maths. When a student can't solve an exercise, I try to understand the student's gaps and in order to fill the gaps I approach firstly really simple examples and then more complicated one so that the student is able to well understand and solve the exercise concerned.
Hi, I've recently graduated from the University of Glasgow with a first class degree. I understand that Maths can be a difficult subject for many people, but I believe that anybody can do it so long as they have the right encouragement. I want to provide a very flexible structure depending on the student's requirements.
I am a second year chemistry student at the University of Bristol. I give lessons primarily to A Level and GSCE chemistry or maths students who either need a boost to help understanding and practice more, or anyone who wants to push themselves above and beyond.
Hello, my name is Mathew. I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2017 with a first class honours in Mathematics at Masters level. Since graduation, I have completed the Teach First summer institute, which offered a comprehensive introduction to teaching methods.
I tutor Maths and English to primary and secondary school pupils, tailoring my methods to the individual. Located opposite Clifton College, I work with students (and their families) to identify learning goals and then create a relaxed and productive environment to help them achieve. I have a basic DBS certificate (but full CRB checks can only be requested by employers).
When I give lessons to students, I often start with their interests, and focus on the individual, creating magical experiences and encouraging them to face challenges. Teaching has shown me that every student is different, and that resilience as an educator is necessary to determine how best to help them improve and change their opinions about my subject.
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