I am a fully qualified teacher with 26 years of teaching experience, now working full-time as a professional independent private maths tutor. I am able to offer tailor made tuition for students of all abilities from age 7 to GCSE level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths, dyscalculia - Tell me about your qualifications.
We can learn and enjoy it at the same time. A good education at the early stages enhances your chances for success later on in life. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics and Philosophy. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a passionate, enthusiastic and resilient newly qualified teacher of mathematics. I'm trained to teach children in the 11-18 age range (secondary school) . However, with my Qualified teacher and PGCE status, I can teach in primary school too. I believe every child should be encouraged to explore how far they can go to achieve their very best in mathematics.
I am a calm and patient maths tutor, with a lifelong passion for Maths, who ensures that I understand the individual needs of my students. I make sure that lessons are tailored to each individual, my aim is to make lessons fun and engaging. I build on my student’s knowledge, helping them gain confidence in their abilities.
I am a business students looking to help younger students achieve the best grades possible to gain an advantage when it comes towards their personal goals for the future. My lesson structure will depend on what the students prefer. This can be visual presentations or through listening and explaining everything in thorough details.
My teaching method is to get to know what exactly the student would like to go through in terms of topics. To walk them through those topics step by step and to get them to do some questions and then give feedback in terms of both their topical knowledge and question answering technique.
My teaching method is very vibrant and hands on. I like to set the pupils ever more challenging and inspiring questions. I talk them through how to do something and then set them the task. I tend to use some online recourses but also the students own maths books. I also usually set the student questions to do at home which I then discuss next time.
I am a current student, studying Maths, Further Maths and Physics A-Levels. I achieved 5 A* at GCSE, including Maths, and so you can be more than sure I know what I'm on about. I tend to help Year 11 students, but any level up to that I can help with, easy. My lessons tend to progress as such: 1. Overview of lesson. We outline what we are going to achieve. 2. Detail of lesson.
My teaching style has been developed over many years and has been influenced by real-world application and my experience of designing educational programs. In the world of work, everyone tackles challenges differently and the same is true with learning.
I will issue each student a check list on all the GCSE topics and will also provide them with specific homework set about the class we just had. I am very understanding how different people cope with maths and I am able to help all types of people better themselves and become good at maths. Previously, I tutored a girl who was predicted a D at GCSE to get a B within the space of 2 months.
I like to breakdown complex subjects into smaller and easier to manage sections. This often means completing lots of examples for maths problems and the use of animation and videos for physics. I like to tailor my tutoring to each students individual needs and draw up a plan to help achieve their goals.
I take a multi-sensory approach to mathematical learning, encouraging students to build on their own practical experiences to build understanding.
I start with explanation of the topic and its use in real life. Then some worksheets are introduced which include some basic applications of the topic. Once the student is comfortable with that, I move on to advanced calculations gradually. All these stages include role plays and pictographs.
Since I am a Further Maths student, I am finishing my full A-level in Maths this year and I feel confident tutoring anything from addition to any topic from the A-level syllabus. Whenever working with someone, I prefer to focus on areas which they don't feel so good about, explaining the topic piece by piece until all is digested and fully understood. After that, there's practice - lot of it.
I teach GCSE maths and physics private tutoring and are currently in a Maths, Further Maths and Physics A level so have a good understanding.
Individual lessons catered to the students learning needs and styles. Working at their own pace but with clear end goals in sight to encourage progression. Friendly, calm and relaxed teaching. Experience of all ages, including adults, within the education sector and with students not in mainstream education.
As a student who achieved top grades at GCSE maths and further maths, I feel I'm suitable for tutoring GCSE students wanting help to boost their grades before their upcoming exams. Lessons will involve covering all reletaive content, then setting homework to ensure lesson was understood. This includes looking at past papers.
hi, my name is talha, I am currently doing my A levels I know that maths is not many students strongest subject, however, I am happy to help them out. I will be able to teach students who are currently doing their GCSEs and also students 15 and under.
I believe that patience is the most important quality of a maths tutor. Maths can be frustrating when you don't understand something, and I believe patience and encouragement, as well as the ability to look at a problem from a different angle is the key to overcoming this.
Thank you for visiting my profile. I have taught languages for many years and love doing so. I have worked in both the secondary and primary sector and now offer private tuition to adults and children. - Which subject(s) do you teach? French, German, Spanish, Italian and English as a second language - Tell me about your qualifications.
I base my classes on covering the content in an as intuitive way as possible, to ensure students can get a better grasp on the content, moving on to looking over past questions, and any other that may pop up in exams, with full exam solutions and how to maximise your marks on tougher questions.
I have just finished my A-Levels, having achieved A*A*A, and am on my gap year before applying to university. I tutor GCSE to A-Level in Mathematics, Further Mathematics and Economics (the subjects I took at A-Level). I teach from worked examples, which then develop student's confidence and understanding in topics. In my Economics lessons I focus more on essay structure and exam technique.
Practicing a topic or a concept and build confidence Practicing problem solving skills
I approach topic areas by practice practice practice! I found with maths there is no better method than doing lots of questions until you find a weakness. From here I would simplify these sort of questions and then build from them after.
My teaching method is to give a foundation test first for GCSE maths and see the ability of the student and then we would all work on the topic which is the most at struggle for the student(s). If there is a just a grade the student is struggling at we would start from there and work up. I am dedidcated to put all of my effort into the student for them to pass or even exceed higher in mathematics.
I teach to suit the student. If what you want is exam prep, I will help you structure your revision and help improve your knowledge and confidence in all areas of the subject. If what you want is support throughout your current studies, or to improve grades in a resit, or simply improve your understanding on a subject I will tailor the topics and depth of learning accordingly.
I will be giving lessons to students who are looking to take their math or economics exam up to A-level. For maths I'm expecting to cover areas where the student may be struggling in and go over topics which the teacher may have not taught well.
I find the strengths and work on the weaknesses of each individual student. I believe that everyone has the ability to learn given the right motivation and chances in life. I have not found a learner yet that cannot learn.
I'm a college student who studies Maths and Further Maths so I have quite a good knowledge of the subject to teach GCSE to AS-level students. I believe that the way most teachers actually teach maths is wrong - shouting/getting angry at a student does not help them learn. I'm sympathetic and understanding and will aim to tutor in the most positive way.
I personally believe that less learning feels like work the easier it is to learn. School can sometimes feel as though you are just memorising and repeating but I believe you will do better if someone helps you to understand and learn the content which can then be applied to any and all exam questions.
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