I love to mentor teenagers who are under-performing or struggling at school in any way and have 15+ years' expertise in engaging and inspiring students who need confidence-building, supporting and motivating. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Essay writing technique, for all subjects, all boards and all levels.
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My teaching method is mainly based on the Task Based Learning approach, in which the topic is introduced and then the pupil's understanding is developed through the completion of tasks, as I find the most effective form of learning is applying the target knowledge.
My teaching method is to work slowly through all of the basic parts of my subject, because while I believe you can take short cuts to learn things in the end you do not acquire the understanding needed for harder questions that may be asked later on in papers.
My teaching method involves getting to understand my students weaknesses and strengths. I then coach them in their weaknesses. I make sure that I focus the right amount of time for each topic, so that they are able to increase their knowledge base, and I constantly make sure they they have a clear understanding of concepts.
Learning through hands-on experience, having great time, making maths fun and enjoyable. All the techniques I am using are learnt from the best USA teachers through a course, and my mother who has got 25 years experience in teaching maths.
- 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 prefer to tutor one to one and I am able to take pupils who are either taking GCSE's or A-levels as well as in early secondary school. My best way of teaching is to see how the pupils will respond to maths puzzles and questions as well as me teaching them the topic at the level of detail required.
My teaching method is to guide my students towards developing a wide understanding of their subject. I want to lead them to a level of understanding where they can use the knowledge and understanding I give them to reach the point where they can develop the ability to apply them to new situations.
Hi, I have just completed my third year of an MSci degree in Chemistry at the University of Bristol and I am on track for a first class degree. I am able to tutor students from year 7 to A level in chemistry, maths and physics. It wasn't too long ago that I was sitting GCSE and A level exams myself so I understand the procedure very well and have good knowledge of exam technique.
I teach A-level and GCSE physics and maths, and try to focus on specific topics a student may be struggling with.
I am a second year economics student at the University of Bristol. My degree heavily involves maths and I thoroughly enjoy the subject . I am capable of tutoring all levels of ability, up to and including A level students. My methods of teaching would be mainly going through lots of examples, as I believe this is the best way to get a firm grasp of the subject and do well in the exam.
I am currently in my second year studying Mathematics at the University of Bristol. I achieved an A* in both Maths and Further Maths at A-level, so I am confident in giving maths lessons to primary, secondary and A-level students.
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.
I like to adapt my way of working to how you enjoy learning! That is the best way to get results. As such, we can look at text books, past papers, we can work visually or use helpful reminders to learn new things. There is no one way to work.
I'm a Bristol University student, studying mathematics, looking to provide tutoring for GCSE, A Level and secondary school students in mathematics. I have a passion for for both learning mathematics and teaching the subject. I have tutored students before in GCSE and A Level maths, and I like to think my teaching style is effective.
My passion for teaching comes from my own educational experiences. As a student, although I learnt quickly and valued Maths, I found most lessons unvaried. In my own lessons I aim to find creative ways to tackle complicated ideas. I always make an effort to get to know every student and their strengths and weaknesses.
My methodology as a tutor is very pupil-centric. Generally I find the first few sessions to be useful in establishing what type of learner a pupil is, and where particular gaps in their learning lie. From there, I will establish a personalised plan for the pupil, and my method of teaching will be very personalised.
I studied Maths and Further Maths for A level and GCSE, achieving A* for all. I have plenty of experience with tutoring and education and have a good system towards getting good grades.
I am a teacher from Spain. I hold a bachelor's degree from Autonomous University of Madrid UAM (Spain) in Physics and I have just finished my Postgraduate in Education (PGCE) in Camilo Jose Cela University UCJC (Spain). I have experience tutoring and teaching groups in my country, mainly in secondary levels. I have a strong knowledge of the subjects maths and physics.
My method of teaching is unique just as every student is unique. I cater to your specific needs in order to yield the best results. Overall my aim is very simple: for you to hit and perhaps even exceed your academic targets in the time frame you have requested.
My style of teaching is focused on process of learning rather than on the correctness of the answer. One important thing I have learned along the way is to be patient and provide appropriate 'think' time. Ask leading questions to help students learn and understand the material. Also, relate successful study strategies to the tutee.
My teaching method involves staying close to the specification to ensure all necessary knowledge is learnt, but also trying to get students to gain a deeper, genuine understanding of the ideas. I also like to coach them in answering exam questions concisely to ensure full marks, resulting in excellent performance in exams.
For maths, my approach is to target the student's weaknesses before going through the methodology to answer such questions. I go at the rate required for each individual student, ensuring they understand before moving on. I have a knack for breaking down complex matters into simpler explanations.
Hi, I've recently graduated from the University of Glasgow with a first class degree. I understand that Maths can be a difficult subject for many people, but I believe that anybody can do it so long as they have the right encouragement. I want to provide a very flexible structure depending on the student's requirements.
I believe that mathematical subjects are best learnt and internalised through constant practice and lots of revision. Having said that, if the subject matter is not understood to begin with, then there isn't anything to revise! My method is therefore to teach abstract mathematical and physical concepts through worked examples.
I am 19 so I am looking for students who are between 10 and 15, as I think my methodology would suit them better. I try explaining the concepts in different ways so they can be really understood and them I suggest that the student practices by himself, so we can later solve problems that may arise when the student is working on his own.
I like to assess the student in the first part of the first lesson so as to learn the level of Maths they are at, at the moment because having gaps in knowledge from previous years I like to assess the student in the first part of the first lesson so as to learn the level of Maths the student is, at the moment, because in most cases that causes the issue with current topics the student is learning.
I am a about to enter my 4th year of an undergraduate masters degree in Physics at the University of Bristol, in which i hope to achieve a first. I am able to tutor Maths and Physics from GCSE to A levels.
I am a 19 year old girl who is very passionate about the things I do. People tell me I'm enthusiastic, friendly and welcoming towards others which I pride in.
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