I am a highly qualified and experienced specialist teacher for Dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties. I love to enable people of all ages to reach their full potential. Please contact me to discuss your needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I mainly teach English and Maths.
My teaching method boils down to the use of learning content and doing past papers as two ways of developing understanding. I like to use methods such as going through past papers before content, so you obtain a good map of what you wish to learn.
I believe that the best way of teaching maths is putting these hard concepts into a real life perspective. I like to explain the concept by using examples and different ways of approaching questions. I also believe that practise makes perfect therefore I believe that doing exam questions is the most beneficial for learning maths.
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My teaching method is fun and engaging with some difficult questions to give my students the ability to think on their feet but be able to remember by engaging them with fun interactive questions.
I believe children make more progress when they enjoy what they are doing. My classes are a combination of fun, practical activities and independent learning. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I tutor Maths, English and Science for the 5 to 16 age range. I also tutor for the 11+ grammar school entrance exam.
My teaching method is through explain and showing how to do it and helping step by step so that they know what they have to do for each topic
I don’t have a set teaching methodology.
My teaching method is to go through a few examples and then give my student a worksheet or a variety of questions from that given topic and base the lessons around the specification of the exam board for that particular subject e.g.
I am currently studying Psychology at the University of Leeds. This degree involves a mathematical element within the statistics modules I have recently completed. I offer lessons to GCSE students in a number of subjects particularly maths. I focus on one-to-one teaching to provide students with the extra attention required for them to excel in their studies.
I aim to follow the requirements of the current national curriculum and tailor my delivery to the requests of the student. I use a variety of resources to include Internet resources , exam board sample resources.
University of Worcester student, 20, studying Primary Teaching. I have an A in GCSE Mathematics, and a C in A-level Mathematics with Statistics. I am looking to tutor anyone aged 6-16, offering support in revision and exam techniques and support in any other areas of Mathematics using the many resources I have gathered from teaching.
My teaching methods include tailor made lessons to a person's needs. I am happy to give lessons up to and including GCSE level. I am confident at all areas of maths, but especially love algebra. I would first run diagnostics to find areas to work on, then develop these skills and foundations to apply further.
- Classes The Kumon Maths and English programmes do not follow the national curriculum but complement it beautifully, working in a logical sequential way, to develop mathematics and English skills. Children are given work according to their specific needs and ability, working at a pace tailored for them.
- Classes Kumon provide individualised Maths and English programmes. Attendance at class is after school as each child works on their own individual development plan. Children take approximately 20-30 minutes per subject and attend class once or twice a week. The Kumon programmes work in a logical, sequential way to develop mathematics and English skills to a level equivalent to "A" level topics.
I have only just started being a Mathematics Tutor but I have tutored a couple of people before. I would test the student first to know their strength and weaknesses and then turn their weaknesses into strengths. After I would test them every so often to see if they have progressed.
I hаve аn interаctive and “to the point” аpprоаch tо tutoring and learning which makes each lesson interesting and easier to “digest” while maintaining the academic focus and saving time for my students. Also, I am highly organized and have been very successful at helping my students with careful and systematic planning during stressful exam periods.
I have worked with Birmingham LEA as a home tutor, with children with autism and behavioural issues at KS2-4. My specialism is in KS2: numeracy and literacy, furthermore I am able to teach DT and Art at GCSE. Mainly looking for Birmingham area during the day and around Dudley in the evening please.
- Classes Standard Membership - - Up to 2 tuition sessions per week. - Mapped to the National Curriculum. - A maths and English course created for your child's individual needs. - Parent feedback at the end of every session. - Regular in-depth Parent Meetings to discuss your child's progress. - No booking required - attend at any time during our opening hours.
- Classes Kumon provide individualised Maths and English programmes. Attendance at class is on a "drop-in" basis during class times as each child works on their own individual development plan. Children take approximately 20-30 minutes per subject and attend class once or twice a week.
My teaching method involves going over past questions and explaining how to work through it, step-by-step. I use a variety of past questions which range in difficulty to ensure that you learn the basics as well as the hard stuff.
My method of teaching is to find out the way the individual learns the best for example it may be visually and then teach them that way
Hello. My name is Macauley; I am a recent physics graduate from the University of Kent, graduating with a 2:1 degree. I've done lots of mathematics in my life. I got an A* in Mathematics at GCSE, I got an A in Mathematics at A-level, and it was also a big part of my degree, taking mathematics modules in every year at university.
"Great knowledge comes from within yourself" and "Why fit in, when you were born to stand out". These are two of the quotes that I use to motivate my students and improve their confidence. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach, 11+, KS3, KS1 and KS2. I also do assessments and SATS practice as well - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a third year maths student studying for their masters at the university of Birmingham. I will tutor any age studying from very basic to up to A level standard.
I have an adaptable method but focus on making sure that lessons are engaging and so memorable. I would create powerpoints and go through question papers with the student, taking their input on how they prefer to learn, my goal is to become a teacher so I hope to be approachable enough to ensure they are learning.
I plan to use techniques that I learnt at GCSE level that my teachers taught me which significantly helped me to accomplish the grade that I received.For example, my maths teacher taught me about a technique using triangles to help me remember equations and how to rearrange them to find the correct answer.
I like to work through the methods and techniques I use with the students and help them make useful and concise notes. I then like my students to complete practice questions so that they can become confident with the methods we have used and work through any mistakes or problems that they encounter.
Able to teach mathematics from basics before GCSE level all the way to A level. Before the lesson even starts I would gain a grasp of the student's prior knowledge on the topic and consolidate any gaps in knowledge before presenting new ideas. My personal aim is to not just learn the content but understand and apply to unusual situations as per any examinations.
I am currently working as Head of maths department in a high performing school. My teaching experience is more than 17 years. I can teach from Primary to A Level maths. My style of teaching is more practical based where I make maths easy to understand. I do have a good sense of humour and make lessons fun.
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