I am a full-time independent private tutor. I am a retired teacher of physics and mathematics, and have worked as a private tutor since retirement. I call myself Christine's Maths & Physics Tuition. I tutor because I love doing it.
I offer a professional, friendly service for all ages, in the fields of Mathematics and English. I set a learning plan when meeting the new learner, and we work towards set goals to strengthen ability. I also offer online lessons. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics from KS2 to the new GCSE standards and English Language/Literature from KS2 to 'A' level.
As a private tutor I plan my lessons with flexibility according to the individual's needs. It may be the student knows their weaknesses or topics to focus on, or a student may want help with homework or have a desired grade in mind and need general tuition across the board. My lessons are engaging and motivating. Examples and explanations but with lots of practice.
I am a determined and passionate teacher with high expectations; I will not give up until I achieve satisfying results! I am also friendly, and approachable with a good sense of humour; I like to ensure that my lessons are fun an engaging! When I teach, I like to be clear with my explanations and provide examples.
I prefer innovative and enjoyable methods to teach and learn maths. I always aim for clear and short explanations and to develop a deeper understanding of maths. Hard work and memorization are always to be avoided in the face of clarity and effectiveness. I believe that mathematics is a skill that everyone is capable of learning.
I have worked as a tutor and mentor throughout my career. I have a passion for supporting individuals to reach their potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach both Physics and Maths at all secondary levels up to and including A-Level - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am keen to tutor students just starting secondary school maths all the way up to those taking their final Levels. My aim as a tutor is to help students gain a more fluent and natural understanding of mathematics so they can quickly deconstruct problems and find efficient and beautiful ways of finding the solution.
To discuss any specific weaknesses with the student, or to work on their overall current curriculum if they are weak in maths in general. Then set appropriate problems to work through with them until they are confident they understand it for themselves.
I approach topics by building foundational knowledge first. I structure my lessons around short intervals with breaks to maximise retention. I am able to produce revision materials and help students develop efficient revision techniques with integral incorporation of scientifically proven methods such as spaced repetition along with many others. I can adapt my style to all types of learners e.g.
My teaching methodology is to complete exam style questions with a student an carefully explain the steps taken in reaching the correct answers. This approach I find helps to quickly identify which areas need more practice as well as strengthening recall ability and understanding.
I had understood the things pretty clearly so that I know a easiest way to make others understand and you can experience not only teaching but a friendly banter in between and I make you know everything in a practical way
level: GCSE subjects: Maths, statistics, further maths, physics I aim to teach in a way that is personal to the individual. I would change the lesson that I am teaching depending on factors such as: understanding, focus and memory. I will also make lessons engaging.
i do believe that everyone can learn if they try to, what is needed is patience and first students has to learn the basics with which one can understand and apply the concept to complex problems. my teaching is based on making the student understand the basic concept and thus easy to remember it when needed.
I approach each topic by understanding the need of the learner for that topic and writing a bespoke learning plan for the outcome.
To adapt the topics within maths to the way my students like to study, so I would explain terms and “difficult” equations in ways that only you would understand. Getting to know the person basically and work with their strengths.
Hi, I'm Oak, a university student studying Economics at the London School of Economics. My teaching method consists of targeting the fundamental founding principles of learning. Once students are confident with the mechanics behind problems, applying it becomes second nature.
I love teaching and would mainly want to gain experience and help younger children with academics. Being young myself, I understand better how to help and understand the youth - a less intimidating approach. I want to help during the summer to hopefully prepare or catch up on previous school work.
I am a secondary school maths teacher, currently teaching a variety of classes at both KS3 and KS4 level. I am an understanding, caring and patient person who will always take the time to listen to any problems you have, and to create a tailored study plan to enable you to reach your full potential.
I believe the best way to teach is through examples, and working through them to truly allow the student to understand what is happening and be able to answer questions off their own accord.
I will focus on the areas that my student is most struggling with in order to help to improve their academic performance.
I give teaching in maths and science at GCSE level. I will try and help you in all areas on Math. And work with you on areas that you struggle in and improve them. After a lesson I will set a few questions to work on between lessons and then review them in the next session.
I want to help GCSE students get the best grades they possibly can and to do so structure my lessons based on what they need to learn the most.
My teaching method is simple and understandable by students based on practical examples and logical thinking.
Relaxed environment where we go at your own pace, to improve understanding of maths and exam skills, and fill in gaps in your knowledge.
I am an experienced Mathematics teacher, currently working in a Senior Management position in an independent school. I have successfully tutored students to GCSE and A-Level in the Sheffield and Chesterfield areas over the past 5 years. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathematics to Key Stage 3, GCSE and A level (including Statistics and Further Maths).
I would provide children with a warm and welcoming environment in which they can feel comfortable and ready to learn. I believe that encouragement is highly important whilst tutoring children.
Maths is a subject where practice makes perfect, and therefore teach in a way that encourages people to keep trying until they are confident in doing the work, I do this by showing examples and working through work.
I have just finished A-Levels at Loreto College Manchester and achieved an A* in GCSE maths and an A* A-Level Maths as well as an A in A-Level Further maths . Having completed my Maths courses in one year instead of 2, I have developed efficient revision techniques which have helped me succeed in college.
I feel confident in teaching Maths, Biology and Chemistry up to an A-level standard. My lessons consist of a variety of things. I try to make my lessons as fun and effective as possible as I am passionate about my teaching and giving my students the best support and teaching methods to suit them.
I like to teach what I'm sure I know, so although I have A-level knowledge of chemistry and maths, I only feel comfortable teaching up to GCSE level because I'm confident that I'll have all of the answers. I structure my lessons to first make sure the student first has a good understanding of why things work before teaching how they work.
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