I intend to assist students in Scotland (Aberdeen) at National, Higher and Advanced Higher levels in Mathematics, Physics and possibly Chemistry (to Higher level). Whilst a good theoretical foundation in a subject is essential, I believe, and my method of teaching is such, that the best way of understanding complex problems is to extend them to scenarios that a student finds interesting.
I am a current student at University of Aberdeen, I am French and therefore can teach in both English and French. I studied the International Baccalaureate (IB). I am most confident with teaching high school students (year 8-12). I prefer to teach around practising a lot as I believe this is the way to assimilate lessons.
I am patient and endeavour to engage the student in identifying their weaknesses in the subject matter and help them overcome these using effective methods which they can easily relate with in helping them excel in the subject. I was once a student - many times - and have devised methods of my own in learning and passing exams.
I am a very patient person who is never defeated so if a student does not understand immediately how to approach a problem I give them the tools to work through the problem and with patience.
My teaching method is combining the idea of 'practice makes perfect' with a fun approach that keeps my students interested and keen to learn more.
I base my classes on student needs and try to use the expeditionary learning method to help understand some difficult aspects. I believe working on questions is really important for understanding the science, and have my own techniques for remembering harder content.
As a tutor, I take the same approach that I aspired my tutors to take, when I was a student. This means a lot of student interactions, starting from the fundamentals and then moving on. I aim to involve the student a lot in the subject, by giving them routine home tasks. I find it very interesting giving lessons to Secondary and Highers students.
I am a maths student, who loves my subject, but this wasn't always that way, I struggled with maths a fair bit in younger years at school, so i understand why people find it hard. I will include a grate deal of preparation time for any tutoring, so that i can provide valuable help, as to the format i am flexible, it could be in the form of lessons or just help on problems and past papers.
I am a third year mechanical engineering student in Aberdeen and I provide Maths/Physics lessons to high school/middle school students in Aberdeen. My lesson structure follows the format: 1. Overview of full lessons in depth through text books and my notes 2. Youtube videos for further explanation of lessons 3. Example question practice 4.
My teaching method is a combination of audio and visual, ensuring that lessons are planned based on students best method of assimilation. I am patient with my students and concentrate efforts to ensure that areas of weakness becomes strength.
I prepare to explain a concept in several ways in order to impart understanding in a way that is relevant to the pupil. Many pupils have surpassed their exam or homework expectations after taking lessons with me. I am patient and dedicated to making sure my pupil knows both how and why a concept works.
My teaching method is logical in the sense of approaching each problem in a specific order. From personal experience I believe the best way to teach mathematics is through using examples and allowing students to attempt problems and learn from mistakes. Whether that be in current homework analysis or through supplying additional problems to aid in achieving a greater understanding of the subject.
Whenever possible, I really on an interactive, multi disciplinary method of teaching. Studies have shown that making information personally relevant leads to faster learning and long term memory. This method is proven the best especially for children that have trouble concentrating and paying attention in the conventional classroom.
I definitely believe maths is all about "explanation". Not everyone could love maths but everyone can understand maths. Basic interpretations, simple methods and examples are the best way to understand.
I found from my 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. Tutoring one on one gives the opportunity to learn at the student’s optimal pace.
-I'm currently a student at UofAberdeen in Physical Science. I had private sessions with 2 master students helping them with their MSc courses as well as helping a higher math student getting through her Higher Math exam over last year. I provide various tutoring service from doubt clearing sessions to teaching the entire syllabus in depth.
My teaching method is based on how the student learns. This can vary from teaching the student from the basic of the topic or just honing their skills in the particular topic. I am very flexible with my teaching methods.
My teaching method varies depending on the individual, I like to structure it best around how they learn. The main idea is to provide the student with an understanding of the topic so they can tackle any question they are faced with.
“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.” - Albert Einstein. The above quotation was my inspiration to become a scientist. I base my lessons on training a student's mind to think and come up with solutions and beyond the idea of going to school and learning just facts.
I have given lessons and supervised high school and university students. I had taught high school further mathematics to S3, S4 and S5 students. My teaching approach is student-nature dependent i.e. I teach based on student's interest, maturity as well as resources at my disposal.
I teach students from school and high school to prepare for their Nat5 and A-level exams. I adapt my teaching technique to every student to make sure they understand and follow what I'm explaining. I can either set my own structure for the lessons or follow the structure set by their school so that they don't get confused.
I am a postgraduate student at the University of Aberdeen. Before I was graduated from Kazakh-British Technical University with honour degree. I have won regional and republic school competitions in mathematics. My technique and method of study are to explain more briefly and accurate. I can teach all topics of mathematics in secondary school and undergraduate level.
I believe there is no "one size fits all" approach to teaching. Individuals assimilate at different pace and a method that rocks one man's boat might sink another man's ship. which explains why I study my student to determine the optimal teaching method for each student.
In my opinion, teachers emphasise memorizing formulas too much and rarely explain what they actually represent. If a student knows what formula means he/she can implement it on any problem. All of the sudden physics and maths become fun scientific fields which help you to understand the world around you.
My name is Ankit Sharma. I am a college student, undergraduate. I have been teaching for two years. As a student, I was good at maths but I saw my friends afraid of it. So, I decided to help such. The class will be more focused on how to think the way I approach any problem, which you all can learn easily.
I have been trained by the most inspiring science tutors and this has greatly motivated me to help others understand seemingly tough science concepts in a creative manner that suits the student's learning ability. My tutoring approach is to understand my student, emphasize on his or her strengths and patiently work on weaknesses.
My teaching method is structured with an emphasis on problem based learning -- where I use academic principles and theories to solve industry problems. This helps the student(s) to have a practical understanding of what they're being taught thereby increasing their applied knowledge of the course.
Hello everyone, I am an MBA with the degree in an Electrical Engineering, and my teaching is based on practical and logical method, effective learning for the students, explaining students with the live example so that the student can grasp more and more. after teaching some quiz type short quick test to analyze the understanding of the student. Three principles in which I work as 1.
My name is iquaibom iboro, i am a Petroleum Energy Economics and finance Masters graduate from the University of Aberdeen, currently requesting to give maths lessons to primary, secondary students. my speciality is in statistics, geometry and lots more.
I am comfortable giving maths and physics lessons to all levels within secondary school and undergraduate engineering degrees. I am a patient person that tailors my lessons to the individual. In my lessons I will simplify the topic you are having difficulties with to a level that you feel comfortable. I will then provide assistance as we increase the complexity to exam standard.
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