I approach my students in a patience and understanding manner as I was once a student. My teaching style is flexible to the students needs and difficulties.
I can tailor my classes to the needs of the student, focussing on the most pressing curricula. I will run through a number of test questions before guiding the student through mock exam questions. It's important that the student learns key principles moreso than simply exam techniques.
I do not believe in improving only grades of students but also to help them understand the subject so that they are able to apply their knowledge to solve real world problems. I believe in preparing my students to face the real world. I aim to expand their spectrum of thinking by relating their knowledge with examples from the real world.
I teach English language communicatively, with an emphasis on vocabulary and grammar. I teach Maths by working through graded materials that get progressively harder. I offer tea and biscuits. We work towards EDEXCEL Functional skills qualifications, completed in a month if you study 2 full days a week, just over two months if you study one full day a week.
I try to focus my methodology on what the student wants to gain from the lesson. If it’s exam technique we can work on that. I can shift to conceptual learning and to even techniques on how to memorise things. In most cases I try to understand the preferred learning style of all my students so that they are able to remain engaged and learn in a way that suits them.
My teaching methods is simple. I tend to make teaching fun and enjoyable in order to build a good rapport with students to enable them to realize their full potentials and release their creativity. I would start first by breaking down the principles to the simplest manner until they are easy to understand and easy to remember.
Firstly I provide my students with basic mathematics regardless of their grades. I feel many students feel shy to ask questions when they are confused on fundamental topics. I teach chapter wise emphasising on the weak spots of individual students. I have experience teaching students from class 3 to A levels.
I initially find out the areas within Maths that a student is struggling with the most in order to pay more attention to these topics. Following gaining this information I go through the different methods best for solving maths problems and as I complete each topic/ section will ensure that the student completes a variety of exam style questions until the methodology becomes second nature.
about my teaching experience, I have 3 years of experience of teaching Maths. From an Asian country, I believe that my teaching way will be different but much more effective than what you learn and can expect. I am also a supportive tutor. I have plenty of time to teach and help my students now. My students can contact and ask me about their work anytime they need.
The hardest part of teaching Chemistry is bringing the complex down to a level that students can grasp. Chemistry is mostly about learning skills, not facts.
Use diagnostics to identify areas of weakness Integrate exam questions throughout tuition sessions Communicate with students at all times so the student is part of the learning process Ensure student develops accurate mathematical concepts by explaining the concepts clearly using a variety of methods Throughout every session I use assessment for learning to ensure I am aware of the progress...
As i have mentioned i teach a variety of ages and abilities of pupils. I feel i am quite a flexible person and can adjust to pupils needs whether its long term learning of a short few months before exam i cater for what is required. I like to actually teach and show pupils how to work things out instead of bombard them with too may questions. learning a method is key before applying it.
The way I teach maths is by doing exercises and pre-exams to be prepared on exam day. How do I go through that ? Well, first of all I go through my lessons and make sure that I understand how everything works and what is the expected result that I should get.
Both traditional and modern style methods used depending on what you prefer. A combination of both is preferred to maximise learning and enhancement of subject field. So traditional style consists of: Rigorous notes/calculations on pen and paper. Board Application of books.
I have been providing teaching services to primary and secondary school pupils since 2016. My teaching methodology has few approaches as explain below: 1. Organise style (Well prepare to deliver the lesson in advance) 2.
When teaching GCSE maths, I think its important to firstly make sure that whoever you're teaching is comfortable with you and feels like they can always approach you with questions, no matter how simple the questions may seem. Afterwards, a brief conversation about the pupil's strengths and weaknesses would help me find out which areas of maths we ought to dedicate more time towards.
I like to go through worked examples on the chosen topic so you can understand how the answer is reached and the methods in obtaining the answer, then see if you can apply this to questions similar to those shown.
I arrange lesson according to learner needs.I also provide worksheets to help consolidate knowledge in the time between lessons.I make clear target grades for students.Answer all the questions they need extra help to solve them.I also offer free support outside the session.
I teach students with anything that they don’t understand and will have a planned lesson ready to help you improve your maths. I teach each topic in order depending on the specific needs of my students and will help with anything difficult to improve.
If you think i can teach you first i shall test you, from there we will figure out your weakness and strength. We will improve on your weakness and maintain your strength. there would be test after every topics i will teach.
I’m a SEN teaching assistant in a secondary school, specialising in maths and science. I aim to teach a topic in stages and then test whether a student is able to use what they have learnt in exam style questions.
I'm a engineer with a master degree in mechanical engineering and a bachelor degree in applied physics engineering. I am able to teach A levels and first years in bachelor degree. I rely on student personality and interests to give him the right tools to learn.
- 17 year old A level maths student who enjoys maths - Taught maths in a tuition centre to students from primary school SATs to GCSE students - Personally got grade A in my maths GCSE - Simple methods for all maths topics
If you want A*s in your exams, you should learn from past exams! I would be most helpful to students undertaking academic exams as my teaching method is based on the use of past examinations to teach and provide understanding of the exam structure and how the paper tries to "throw you off".
I can provide help in specific fields to those that struggle with Chemistry or Physics as I am confident in those fields. At the start of the lesson I will ask the student(s) what they are least comfortable with and then I will tackle the area starting briefly and building up the information, with the aim of them having a better understanding by the end of the lesson.
I approach each topic by studying the exam specification beforehand and making sure each point is covered in my sessions.
Teaching methods are mainly problem based - practice makes perfect after all. However, I am happy to make some lessons to aid understanding prior to working through task-based problems. The latter part will comprise of me helping the students work through questions I set (or they have been set by their teachers etc.
I have a very focused teaching style, catering to the individual student needs. It is my passion to teach and coach the youth. I can guarantee that the student will learn a lot more than just concepts when they spend time in my class.
Maths can be a difficult subject, especially without the right explanation. I believe the most effective method for learning maths is through multiple explanations until the final 'breakthrough moment' where a student fully understands the topic and can apply their knowledge to problems. My aim is exactly that, to find the right explanation for the student to understand.
An initial assessment will be completed to establish a students current mathematical skills and level,intending t acheive GCSE Maths or Functional Skills Maths Levels for higher educational admissions. Each learners learning style will also be assessed using diagnostic testing.
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