I take my lead from the student, to see what topics need extra support. I'll go through the theory until its understood and then reinforce it with sample and past paper questions. I find it best to review topics learnt every few weeks, to give the student confidence that they know and have thoroughly learnt topics.
Confidence building is key! I aim to make all topics accessible- if one way of solving a problem doesn't suit, I pursue others until we find something which you can understand and remember easily. I relate the mathematical scenarios to real life examples so the student can make logic connections and apply to future questions.
I teach one to one students using very simple way of teaching maths based on the past papers and monitoring the student level with time to make sure that the student is happy with my lesson and have enough confidence to do the exam.
I like to take a more relaxing and fun approach to teaching. I want to ensure that the student I am helping feels comfortable to ask questions and is aware that mistakes are made and that we learn from them. At the beginning of each session I would discuss with the student what they currently struggling with and what they feel they need more help with.
Perfect the basics and the complicated 'stuff' will follow. Mathematics is like a maze. If you enter the maze without knowing the first few turns, no matter how hard you try, you will only become more lost. Simplicity is key in Mathemnatics. Tackle each question clearly and ALWAYS draw diagrams.
I am giving lessons in Physics and Maths up to GCSE. The techniques I use are: to go through the theory behind a topic and then go through the specific methodology of completing related questions. Then allow the student to attempt similar questions to ensure they understand the information.
I aim to give lessons to those up to University level.
My teaching is based on building strong relationships with learners to understand what they like, what really engages them. I then use this in my teaching to make the learning 'fun'. My philosophy is to teach using language learners can understand, rather than baffling them with terms they cannot make sense of. This has proven to be a very effective strategy for me in the classroom.
I'm able to aid anyone at GCSE level or below. The structure of the lessons will be entirely catered to the student's needs. They will also be taken through the subject areas at the individuals required pace, areas will be studied more if it's needed.
My teaching method is mainly through examples and showing how to solve the problem by explaining and writing and/or using diagrams which has been proven to be the more understanding methodology for students.
I start from the most fundamental and basic principles and explain step by step. Even the most complicated equations in maths are based on simple principles. Once I’m sure that you have fully understood the topic, I give you some questions. These questions might be advanced or lower level ones depending on your problem solving abilities. At the end we work on some past paper questions.
I have just recently finished a maths degree in Cardiff university but back in A-levels I taught GCSE Maths. My approach to lessons are starting with a few short questions from previous weeks (I find this means when having to revise before exams it is less difficult to remember and therefore require less revision, giving yourself more time to revise for other subjects).
I base my classes on topics that the student is struggling with the most. From then on, I will go through the topics one-by-one in order of their weakest to their strongest. This is determined from the first lesson, which I use to base the following lessons on.
Try to alter the pace of lessons according to the ability of the students. Explain concepts from the grass root level in a logical manner so that the student is able to handle questions which he has not seen earlier.
Everyone learns differently, so I aim to first tackle the topics that make up the foundation of Maths & Physics then proceeding onto the exam questions. I like to reinforce learning continuously so subjects are not forgotten. I look to establish the lessons topic before hand and set out a worksheet so the student is familiar with the lessons agenda.
My teaching method is to choose what the child needs, do lots of progress tests and also make the lesson fun and interactive for the child to engage and learn.
I teach using handy flashcards, explanations and examples, and often provide brief notes sheets e.g. with equations. I will also go through any questions you are stuck on. I am very friendly and approachable so feel free to ask any questions and I will try my best to explain.
I have taught maths and computers to primary students. I believe to teach in friendly environment where students and teacher can have discussions over topics related to subjects. I try to start with easy problems first in order to get them proper understanding and knowledge about the respective problem.
My tutoring can range from a level of, A level mathematics in which i gained an A grade to GCSE mathematics and lower levels. Dependent on how you like to learn i can create challenging questions to improve exam style answers or set techniques for answering questions that can guarantee to pick up those easily missed marks.
I am looking to give lessons to GSCE level individuals. My lesson structures are based around a package design or a lesson by lesson basis. I am always positive and supportive during lessons. Feedback will always be given and asked for by myself. During each lesson I always give time to focus on the well-being of the student and to give helpful tips on dealing with stress, anxiety and motivation.
Can tailor to your individual needs. Every student is individual therefore uses different problem solving strategies, as I get to know and understand the student I adapt to their needs. However there are a few methods I like to employ.
I am a postgraduate Chemist intending to tutor students from GCSE to undergraduate level. Lessons will be planned accordingly based on the student's current knowledge and any deficiencies. Comprehensive tutoring will be given on each topic in bitesize segments.
I have a degree in education studies and early childhood studies and completed the primary pgce. I am a big believer of making learning fun and enjoyable. I also ensure that learners take ownership over the lessons and have a say in what we learn and how we learn it.
I like to tailor my methods for each individual pupil as I have found this to be highly successful in achieving results. My style is personable and relaxed, however, I believe in using real life examples to aid teaching. This enables me to be a highly efficient teacher.
I focus my teaching methods on breaking down parts of a subject and allowing student to understand it to a high level step by step. I also encourage students to push themselves to the next level above what they are being taught in order to give them a full understanding.
I like to approach each topic separately and identify early on areas that are weak and might need improvement. I like to work logically and with a step by step method.
I like to tailor is lesson to the specific topic and pupil. Pupils should feel supported whilst learning before their knowledge is tested.
I approach each topic how I would want to learn it myself and how I felt was what worked best
Will adapt style to suit your needs, following the national curriculum for Wales and using guidelines from exam boards where relevant
One to one tutoring with always making it engaging and fun with no pressure or stress.
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