I believe in learning by practice. After explaining any part I would solve with my students plenty of examples and practice on past papers. Also, I would like always to link the maths with what my students are planing to do in future to prove that we use maths in our daily life.
My teaching methods are mostly student lead (by that i mean focusing on their needs). I like to break down complicated things in to their simplest form and explaining them in a way that make sense for everyone and differentiated to cater for everyone.
My method is learning fast and exercise enough. Every student is different so if you want to improve your level you have to practice as well. My lessons are based on a previous review about the theme that you need to study. In this case I usually asked some exercise to check also the method that you have already studied at school with your ordinary teacher.
I tend to run tutoring sessions by introducing an idea or topic, running through a few example questions with the student before aiding them as they independently tackle some questions. I focus on tackling areas students are fining difficult or topics they haven't seen before.
Each topic is approached differently and adjusted to your specific needs. In general, I start by introducing the subject in an attempt to depict its utility. Afterward follows a review of the theory step-by-step with logic coherence - here is where most of the questions will come up. Continuing, I proceed with getting our hands on some exercises.
I give lessons to primary aged children. My lesson structure is usually includes a warm up- where I go through something the child is confident with so that they feel good about the impending lesson, then introduce the topic/something they have previously struggled with, then get them to do it practically/talk it through , then they get on with the task.
In career change after 32 years in the IT world. Well travelled. Started Maths PGCE at Chichester University in 2006. Able to help you through your Maths challenges. Am a light-hearted, smiling fun person with in school Maths experience during 2 months of Maths PGCE.
I am currently at Bristol University studying Economics, Last year I tutored 2 GCSE Maths students and they both achieved their desired grade through hard work and perseverance! We can sit down, discuss the issues you are having with Maths and formulate a plan to get you to where you need to be!
I'm a first year Economics and Finance student from Warrington currently studying at the University of Bristol. I am looking to give lessons to students studying for their Maths GCSE. When I was revising for this exam I found the best way to revise was by doing lots and lots of past papers, marking my answers and then revising the topics that I didn't do as well in.
I use a mixture of modern and traditional methods to every exciting lesson and set positive and attainable goals as stepping stones to success and increased confidence. A guided and creative approach is also necessary, using a variety of tools, to lead to success.
I can give lessons to students in School/college/university. I'm here to answer all the questions that you have about the subject. I will solve plenty of examples to show you the technique of answering questions the right way.I can give lessons over a video call or in person as well.
I teach the concept of the topic which enables the Learner to answer any questions, no matter how it is written! Also, I must, first, find out the Learning style which suits the Learner, then plan my Lesson in a way which makes the Learner remember the topic they learned.
During my undergraduate degree, I tutored maths to a very shy student who is now flourishing, predicted an A in GCSE. I also ran study groups with other students who were struggling with the course, this grew my confidence in teaching difficult material.
My teaching method is student based. First I would gauge the level the student is currently working at, as well as identify how they like to learn. Some students can just learn and understand step by step approaches, whereas others may need to understand why, and may need visual or active approaches to help them understand.
My teaching method is theory and practice. I first teach the students they theory and give examples, and then challenge them with questions. Each question has a level of difficulty. Also, visual understanding is helpful, particularly in Maths - dealing with shapes, arrows and quick exam tricks.
I always provide a fact sheet which will summarise key points and rules included in what I will about to teach that session for the student to keep and go overboard in their own time. I will then explain what we will be doing during the lesson briefly, then teach the material and follow it up with questions as we go along. I also set a few questions for homework to consolidate the learning.
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.
I like to tailor my lessons to my students' learning styles. I can provide clear explanation and tips for remembering methods and information. I enjoy one to one tutoring as it allows me to concentrate on particular worries and help individuals to build confidence in passing exams. I provide fun and memorable resources to support my students' learning elsewhere.
My teaching methods are based on Relational understanding rather than Instrumental understanding. Therefore my goal is not only to get students competent in solving problems but to get then to understand why and how the concepts work. I am also of the belief that learning should be done in a fun way.
With maths, it is vital that basic concepts are well understood, and so it is worth spending enough time to make sure that the foundations of understanding are well established. From there example questions and exercises are very important to create a deeper understanding of the subject.
Hello! I´m a first year Mathematics student at University of Bristol who recently got A*A*A*-(both A* in maths and further maths).I would like to help to anyone struggling with maths at A level or below as i experienced similar situations.I teach using fun ideas and work through past papers so the student really understands the material and is prepared for anything in the exam.
I am a first year student at the University of Bristol who is able to tutor Maths at primary to A Level, I got an A* in Maths in both GCSE and A Level and as I have just finished coming through the educational system feel I have an advantage at being able to relate and explain concepts in a similar way to how students would be taught at school.
I'm a Maths and Science Scholar, Going into A-Levels With a Maths Scholarship. I am aiming to give lessons to people trying to pass GCSEs or KS3 Exams. I will begin with the basics and then build up to the more advanced mathematics slowly and carefully monitoring the progress of students.
- I'm a fairly laid back student who believes that repetition is the key to success. You don't practice until you get it right, but until you can't get it wrong. - I am happy to tailor each tutorial to the needs of the student but I will generally go through the theory of a given topic and then test it using past paper questions.
I can teach kids from age 5 up to 16 in basic addition and subtraction as well as algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. I will help with homework and have extra practice problems to increase skills in weaker areas.
I adapt my teaching style to meet pupils’ needs, priding myself on my ability to think quickly, flexibly and outside the box where helpful. A typical lesson with me involves discussing ideas closely in relation to current schoolwork whilst also asking and answering more complex, tangential questions.
My teaching method is simple. Exposure, application, effective feedback, correction. This though, is the theory behind it. Of course, this is applied in an engaging and enjoyable way.
Your first tutoring sessions will start by establishing what you want to achieve from the sessions – what exam you’re preparing for, what you already know and what topics you want to cover. It’ll also give us a chance to get to know each other a bit! Before each session, I will prepare specific material for the tutee – what areas I like to cover and how.
I am a second year civil engineering student at the University of Bristol. I teach young children maths and physics, whether they are looking to pass an 11+ or just expand their knowledge. I work through example questions and use diagrams to explain the concepts.
I am a 16 year old currently doing my PHD at MIT Ha just kidding My Name is Joel Kirby I am a 16 year old with predicted 9 student with great verbal and teaching skills. I personally think that it is easier to learn from someone your own age since they understand how our minds look and decipher problems.
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