Please note that every student is different and this is only a guide to how I teach. My teaching style is highly adaptable for each individuals needs. My lessons tend to be broken down into 3 sections allowing the student to slowly build their knowledge and understanding of each topic.
Throughout my time at university, I came to understand that I retained the subject matter more efficiently when my lecturers took in to consideration the needs of their students. They encouraged my classmates and me to ask questions. This is how we learn. I would like my students to do the same. Ask as many questions as you like.
I am an A-level student, studying in Victoria College Belfast.I enjoy studying physics ,chemistry and maths. I am experienced to give lessons to primary and secondary pupils.I plan my lesson effectively, such that it renders the best content to the student.I generally modify the lesson in order to cater for specific requirements of the student.
My teaching experience ranges from Primary Level Maths to Degree Level Maths. I am very adaptive to the students level of understanding. My teaching technique is to take care of all the students and move forward to next topics so that everybody are no same note. I use real time examples to make it easy for students to get connected to the complex topics.
I am originally from London but moved over to Northern Ireland to study a BSc in Mathematics at Queens University, Belfast. I am currently studying a Masters Degree in Data Analytics, also at Queens University. I have previous experience helping other students at the University to learn and understand Mathematics more clearly.
I am a QUB maths student currently sitting on a First. At the moment I am studying mostly Quantum Mechanics but I have in the past studied a combination of pure and applied maths and statistics. In school I achieved A*s in GCSE Maths and Additional Maths (now called Further Maths), and A*, B in Maths and Further Maths at A-level respectively.
I believe the best way to learn is through understanding, memorization is also key but it is not the only factor. I try to make the process of learning a simple and enjoyable one. However some concepts can be harder to grasp than others. For this reason I tend to favor, what I call, the IED RDP* Method to teaching maths: Identify, Explain, Demonstrate, Replicate, Deviate, Perfect.
Personally, I prefer teaching by helping students understand the fundamental connections between different parts of maths and physics, thus helping them gain a holistic understanding of the content covered. To that end, I personally design plans for each student in order to help them understand the content better.
My teaching methodology would be to not only help students tackle the problems they face, but try and always aim for a broader comprehension of the specific subject we are looking at, and its connection with other subjects. By doing so, I aim to give valuable landmarks for mental navigation, and help students build up confidence in using Maths.
I will create a lesson plan based on your child's curiculum and work with them to find what methods help them to comprehend their work better. I will create worksheets and questions aimed at helping your child to progress throughout work and even surpass it.
Having studied GCSE Maths, Additional Maths and A-Level Maths, I desire to teach those who need a little extra help to boost their grades, to encourage them to achieve the best grades they can with specific help.
Personal approach - Believe that tutoring should not be the same as school-based learning. I do my best to get to know students and cater my approach to individuals. Tackling issues with learning - Most pupils want/need tutoring because they dislike Maths or they believe they couldn't ever be good at it. I always start with this Maths Anxiety.
I am a recent graduate in Mechanical Engineering with an experienced background in Mathematics. I would start a lesson by talking through the theory of whatever the topic is, providing worked examples so that a student can see first hand how it is used and how to complete it, then questions will be provided for the students to answer, and assistance will be provided if necessary.
I scored an average of 90 in all of my math-related classes since I was a secondary school student. I am currently studying in Queen's University Belfast with a major of math and statistics. My lessons will be student-oriented, which means I will develop unique teaching method for every student based on their own trait.
My teaching method is especially giving lessons to the indiviual students and sometimes in groups near the exam time to give more attention to all the students and check them by taking exams in groups so that they don't feel hesitation in the final exam as they have already given exams in groups. So there would be no pressure of anything.
My undergraduate major is mathematics, and I graduated from a Normal University which is a professional university to cultivate teachers. I have been a math tutor about 1800 hours, i have rich experiences to deal with the math problems and enough skills to teach students master what they should know.
Hi, I am looking to get into tutoring around Belfast in A-level/ GCSE physics or mathematical mechanics for A-level, or CGSE mathematics. I am also open to tutoring younger students. I would wish to follow an exam syllabus to ensure good grades can be achieved, but also focus on ensuring the understanding and consolation of increasingly complex ideas.
I have been a good student and then a good teacher at a reputed institute in India. I am a product of reputed IITK. I have clarity so you will have clarity as simple as it can be.
“Don’t work on a question until you get it right. Work on it until you can’t get it wrong” I will target each topic for the student to cover and would constantly refer back to them. No student will be taught the same way. Some will be taught differently based on what they find easier to understand, so they are able to use the concepts learnt to answer past year questions.
As I tutor math based questions, I believe it’s best to jump straight into questions as practice in these makes perfect I prefer to go through the curriculum topic by topic followed by past paper questions on each topic. That usually highlights the weaker topics to focus on in further questions.
As a tutor I would check in with the student(s) to find out what they would like to focus on. I will check what they are confident in and build from there. I am a very patient person and emphatic that not everyone picks up everything as the same pace so I would personalise the lesson to the individual(s).
My approach is to really help students understand mathematics, using when needed, visual diagrams and showing proofs to fully explain each step of working.
I base my teaching on the notes given by my teachers, revision books, and text books that I found helpful and ones that I have used to teach others. I also make my own revision booklets and worksheets to supplement my students' learning.
My name is Aly and I am a Maths and English teacher based in Belfast. I have been teaching in a further and higher education college for the past 6 years and I have also taught GCSE maths classes in a school for the past 2 years. I have a degree PGCE from The University of Ulster. I also have a degree in Economics from Heriot Watt University and Mathematics from Queens University.
In class I don't act as I know everything. I'm a human being and simply no one knows everything, so if you come up with a question that I might not know I will research and use my university contacts to make sure you will get the best answer and result. Furthermore I think of us as friends not teacher and student; that way we can communicate and learn from each other more effectively.
I base my teaching on the students needs, if they feel they are falling behind on practical side I will help them get to grips with that. Or if it is exams they need help with we can organise past paper help to ensure they feel comfortable answering exam style questions.
I give lessons to students up to A-Level in Mathematics. My techniques are simple. I address a topic and explain the main concepts of the topic. I then use these concepts to work through examples similar to that of past paper questions. I then answer any queries from the students.
I feel the best way to teach maths is by repetition. this is because understanding the topic is the key to succeeding in it, and the best way to do this is to use the material to prepare, and practice.
Economics with finance graduate that has achieved A in both mathematics and business studies at A Level. You ask me questions and i give detailed answers with a step by step instruction as to how it can be achieved.
Honestly if you want to get good at maths, you need to sit down and work through problems and past papers continuously until it clicks, though it does help to have someone guide you to the solutions. Ideally you should have material from school with a supplementary question book for your topics, and depending on the Board of your exam, we should be able to get past papers online.
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Perfect! Very professional, well organized tutor. I required specific help answering exam style questions. The theory was covered first then we went through exam problems! I passed all necessary exams with flying colours. Highly recommend.
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