I base classes on topic areas in the AQA syllabus' that student's are struggling with. Additionally, I can aid in working through class set tasks as well as helping to create revision resources that will be useful for examinations. I give lessons to any student taking GCSE or A-Level exams.
I am a full time GCSE and A level mathematics teacher at a selective grammar school. I am able to offer the full range of A level and further mathematics tuition. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach GCSE, A level and Further A level Mathematics. I can also tutor for teacher training QTS maths exams. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a BSc in Mathematical Sciences.
- Classes Every student has a programme that is built just for them. They concentrate on getting to grips with topics that they are covering in school whilst also working on a parallel thread that is put together to fill any gaps that may exist in their core skills. * The MagiKats programme supports the National Curriculum. * More than tutor 'hot-housing' and more than learning by rote.
You will gain new understanding, see things in context, and create much improved work. My approach is tailored to my students: I find the problem areas and give new understanding - with understanding comes the ability to use knowledge. I am an easy going person with a smile. I have experience with online teaching by now as well.
I would normally ask students to bring a topic or any questions from a topic they have found difficult. I would discuss the basis of the topic with the students and go through more questions within that topic to ensure they gain a full understanding.
I can help and tutor any student studying mathematics in Lincoln.
I offer lessons to GCSE physics and maths students looking to support their studies, consolidating knowledge and recapping topics students did not fully understand during school lessons. I teach the principle teachings and consolidate knowledge with practice questions to ensure understanding.
I will base my lessons around the student's need, including aspects of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning. Lessons will include learning objectives at the beginning of lesson, and review at end to confirm achievement of objectives. It will be an interactive process, ensuring that the student feels confident and comfortable in the environment.
With my qualifications so far I feel confident in teaching up to GCSE level. Lessons will be tailored to each individuals preferences as I feel that it would be beneficial to the individual.
I am just about to begin year 13 (upper sixth) so I am very aware of all the different methods of teaching that I have experienced throughout my school career. I am also very aware of the things I find most effective and things that don’t work for me.
My aim is to broaden the students' understanding of mathematical ideas and concepts in order to help them recognise the solutions to maths problems. Similar to how 26 letters make up the English language, these mathematical rules allow us to find the answers to whatever questions we're asked, whether they be proof, algebra, geometry, or trigonometry.
I priortise teaching topics that the student finds most difficult, however I will go through the whole spec with them to secure any imperfections etc.
I generally learn best through a mixture of active teaching, creating content materials and regular testing, so I will supply teaching and testing, and help create extra revision materials. I'm happy to give lessons to students at and below the same level as me, which is presently A level.
I have worked in secondary education for over ten years primarily as a teaching assistant. However, I have also worked in the role of an unqualified teacher working with small groups of students as well as large groups and individuals. I enjoy varying my style of teaching to support a students learning style. I am hardworking and dedicated with very good subject knowledge.
Knowing the content is great, but having industry experience is even better; I am able to explain concepts and complex ideas in a novel way providing my students with a fresh and more meaningful understanding of the maths and science which they are learning. I have worked in engineering consultancies, automotive manufacturers in the UK and Germany and freelance all over the UK.
I teach maths to KS3, KS4 and level-A students. I prepare my lesson according to student(s) needs and ability. I use several resources in my lesson which not only engage my students but also help them to understand the topic as well.
I teach up to and including GCSE level students. I do this by discovering my students individual learning style (as everybody learns differently) and try to tailor my teaching to suit the student. I have many methods for each subject I teach so can always try something else if you don't understand.
My aim in lessons is to help the student feel confident with the topics that are taught in order to allow them to be more independent when it comes to solving problems. I am flexible in my approach to tutoring and will tailor the way I teach to each student's needs.
I want to understand what you're struggling with and get the best out of you. I have been in situations where I've struggled in areas and studied A level subjects while pursuing my foundation degree. We can work together to succeed and get an understanding of where you want to be in the future career wise.
I prefer doing one-to-one or small group mentoring and focusing on each individual student to ensure they fully understand what is going on in the lesson.
This is my first time tutoring anyone but hopefully it would be good from a students perspective. I do not have any practical experience tutoring but i have helped out at school with younger kids.
I am a mathematics with philosophy student who is interested in 1-2-1 lessons with students completing GCSE maths. My teaching style varies student to student and is suited to there needs. I believe that completing many example questions and mock papers is the best way to master a topic.
My teaching method is to ensure a pupil has grasped the concept before developing further this is to ensure learning is concrete. I thrive for the moment a pupil achieves the best they can in that subject area. I vary my teaching method where required to get the best most efficient results.
I start by understanding the individual. I identify parts of their learning which is floored and then often go back to basics in those fields. Quite often students struggle because they don't understand concepts which are assumed to be prior knowledge, I take the time to go through this and build their confidence and make their weaknesses in to strengths.
I am hoping to teach up to GCSE level. I can help with any topics and will base lessons around what you find difficult. I am a calm and patient friendly person who will explain everything in as many ways needed to help you to understand.
I am currently studying in Upton Court Grammar School aspiring to be a paediatrician one day. I have experience working at AE tuition with kids from year 3 to 5, teaching them English, VA, NVR, Maths and advanced Maths. I also have a lot of experience working with kids one to one preparing them for their SATS and GCSE'S. I believe the key to success is determination.
My teaching method involves patience and an easily understood way of giving information, mostly studying side by side with the student, reason that only allows me to tutor one student at a time.
I will answer your questions and queries- you ask the questions. We can walk through individual questions or go through sections that you are struggling with. I have tried various methods and i know what it takes to make effective use of time.
I aim to give maths, chemistry and physics lessons to students up to, and including AS Level I approach teaching with a fun and can do attitude in order to keep students on task and prevent them from switching off. I tend to engage with students regularly, asking them questions and giving them a chance to respond rather than just talking at them for the full session.
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