I have been tutoring/coaching for over 20 years and particularly enjoy the one-to-one approach to learning because I can tailor the lessons to the student's needs and confidence levels. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths, Music and English as a Foreign Language. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I love mathematics, and I hope that some of my enthusiasm will rub off on you. The more you enjoy the subject the better you'll do, and so the more you'll enjoy it, and so on. There is usually a lot of smiling and even laughter in my lessons. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathematics at A level and beyond.
I am a passionate maths teacher. I teach in all grades of different levels. A lesson structure starts with homework questions, new topic explanation with group work and individual work. My methodology is based on spiral method. I usually put the idea of a topic in a student’s head, than during next lessons make them assimilate the topic with more challenging problems.
I have been teaching maths for 21 years and I now specialise in tutoring online. I pride myself in providing a friendly, effective and professional service giving students all they need to achieve their potential.
My approach to tutoring is to build confidence and a can do attitude in my students. I then cover the foundation blocks upon which success is build. That's covering the basic topics and building upon them so students can see the links between topics.
My lessons are bespoke to the needs of each individual student. We can go through syllabus material or through questions that have been set to you or otherwise questions to practice your knowledge and understanding.
My teaching method is completely student-orientated and can be changed for the student’s specific needs.
I nearly always begin a topic by reference to real-life applications from the world of engineering and /or day to day machines. Once I have established how something works I then go to describe/define the actual Physics being used. I make as much use of pictures and graphs (when appropriate) or if a student is mathematically inclined I refer to equations.
I have a First Class Honours Degree in Economics, Banking & Finance, consisting of mathematical modules throughout. My love for maths is what founded my degree programme choice and I currently work as a Financial Risk Analyst within a Bank.
I am a current John Kyrle Sixth Form student who is willing to teach school years 4 to 9 in math's physics and chemistry. I can teach the modern syllabus using multiple methods to ensure the best understanding of the subject. I have taken an engage program which enables me to connect with the students for an optimum learning environment.
My teaching method is extremely interactive, as I believe we, as young people learn by getting involved. I will spend some time picking out specific topics which students class as their weaknesses, set and mark homework frequently, and give regular feedback.
I was often recognised for my tutoring in school as I spent a lot of time helping younger students who struggled with sciences and maths. I have just finished my A Levels and am starting an Engineering Apprenticeship at The Dyson Institute. I teach by asking questions and making you think for yourself. I often won’t tell you the answer if you ask me something.
I think the best way is to discover the student's learning style, as everyone is different. From there I can adapt my approach based on what comes most naturally to each student, but I think regular repetition is important for virtually everyone and making sure the student participates as much as possible and has their own input rather than the teacher speaking all the time.
My teaching method is firat to see the level the student is at. The method will also change if preparing for a specific exam. I like to focus on the area the pupil finds most difficult as well as doing problems that build a stable knowledge of a maths/physics on which most problems are based. The key is to get the basics and work from there rather than jumping straight in.
I have given lessons to students undertaking their GCSEs, and aim to help them in areas of weakness as well as to help strengthen in areas they are already competent with. I am very flexible with my structure, as I tend to base it around the needs of the student.
A mature student currently at the Open University I am well versed in online tutorials. My lessons are light-hearted but informative. Approaching problems from another angle can give great insight. Studying should be fun. Anyone looking to improve their Math,physics or studying towards GCSE's would benefit from my tutorials.
Firstly, I am an A level student studying Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and History (I know, an odd deviation but I love it). I achieved 12 A*s at GCSE level and decided that I should probably help others study for their GCSEs by educating them in the various methods I used while also learning myself, news ways to study and educate.
My teaching method is using every day concepts to visualise the problems some people may face. I am easy to talk to and will always try my best to find an easy way to explain difficult puzzles. I try to make the lessons as fun as possible to help engage students.
My teaching revolves around my student, I've never met two that learn quite the same way. My methodology mostly boils down to insuring that the student understands the concept and then practices applying the concept until solving problems using the concept is second nature.
In my personal experience the best way to become a competent mathematician is by applying the mathematical theory to answer questions. For this reason my tutorials will follow a structure of a theory recap for the current topic before introducing personalized questions including exam questions which increase in difficulty.
I am aware of the body of content in both the GCSE and A-level mathematics awards so can do tailored session depending on the area that you are struggling with.
I like to approach the teaching and tuition of both maths and statistics by allowing pupils to gain an understanding of the methodology behind each topic and question type. I believe that once this is understood and mastered, pupils are able to face any question posed to them, inputting the given data set into the methodology that they know so well.
My results in Maths have always been great during my school years as well as during my undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees. I was helping others solving equations and doing Maths revisions. I can teach Maths up to degree level either face to face or online.
My approach is pupil focused. I will adapt to the needs of the learner.My aproach will assess where a pupil is at. Then work on how best to help the pupil make progress. I also hope to enspire passion for science learning in the pupil.
Each student is individually different, like I needed an alternate approach to teaching because of my better visual-learning ability, I will adapt my lessons to how the individual learns best. I also understand how important patience is when it comes to teaching so students will not be exposed to unnecessary pressure.
My teaching method is to find the topic the child is struggling with and ask what they know about it. Then give them a few questions to see what they know. I base my lessons on what they are doing at school.
When tutoring, understanding your students is key.
I feel the best way to learn Mathematics is through practice. My style of tutoring will revolve around giving information about the particular area of mathematics before starting examples. These examples will steadily progress from easier to complex. My time at university has shown me that continuously practicing produces the best results.
I am a mechanical engineer and a mathematics lover.I don't give up on my students because there is always a way to answer a query.The best way to deal with anything is to be simple and its true in mathematics too.
My teaching method is to create flashcards and do a lot of activities that involve refreshing your memory and it worked for a lot of my people. I would extract the fundamental part of the contents that you need to learn instead of giving you endless pages of trash.
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