I tailor my sessions entirely on my students and work off their strengths and weaknesses. They control what content we cover and time allocation on each topic.
My method of teaching is breaking down complex scientific terminology into more basic concepts which can be understood. I have realised that it can be difficult to decode the scientific language in textbooks and that certain processes can be confusing. I have experience in interpreting scientific language to make it more understandable to others.
I have just left school having completed the International Baccalaureate (being predicted 44/45 points) and completed 11 GCSEs achieving 11A*s. I am patient and organised and will ensure that students are well prepared and have a sound understanding before attempting questions so that they are best equipped to succeed in school and their exams.
My teaching method is to build on existing knowledge, whatever the level. I often base my lessons of a few books which I recommend for the course. First in my lessons we will go over previously written notes then we build on that and explain in more detail. Then we will go through exam style questions to see the progress made in the lesson.
I have worked with a range of different children hence why understand teaching need to be tailored and different for each child. The children I have worked with most recently had immigrated to the UK from Pakistan and it was my job to improve their numeracy and literacy with respect to the English curriculum.
My teaching method is relaxed, and tailored to the students needs, depending on how many students in each class, as sometime it is one-to-one, or classes, where the maximum is 6 students. Each class is based on where the student is, thus the topics are chosen to their level.
I want to teach maths following step by step process. I want to make student understand the solution completely, so I keep checking how much student understood. Highlight the formulas used. If the problem can be done using two methods, will explain both methods.
I currently study A-Level Maths. I am offering to tutor in the summer holidays, to teach Maths.
I am a friendly and approachable undergraduate currently studying at the University of Warwick. My main experience is teaching maths to primary school children in preparation for 11+ exams, however, I am also happy help those currently studying for GCSEs or A-Levels. The A-Level modules I took include: Core 1 - 4, Statistics 1, Mechanics 1 - 2, Decision 1 and Further Pure 1.
I completed A level Maths, Further Maths and gained an A* in GCSE Maths. I am excited to teach and encourage GCSE maths students to the best they can be.
I'm a second year student and is able to provide maths tutoring to primary aged students.
My teaching method is explaining clearly about the logic and also teach vedic maths for primary level which boosts memory power
My teaching method is simple and traditional. It involves the use of a white board most of the time. My method consists of illustrating what I explain to improve a student's understanding of the topic. This also helps me to cater to a students individual learning style or preference.
As a trained teacher, I base my teaching on the initial understanding of my students. I start fom what they know and build up their knowledge. I use different tools in my teaching. Visual and vocal presentations form a major part of my teaching. I also set well meaning exercises to check understanding.
My teaching method is to make sure students know their basics and only then can i make sure they know the advanced theories
►►► Experience ◄◄◄ I have worked as a tutor for over 15 years and have over 5000 hours of tutoring experience. My professional yet friendly approach, added to the knowledge and experience I bring to tutoring lessons, has led to my students achieving fantastic grades. This is very rewarding and makes all the hard work I put into planning and delivering lessons worthwhile.
My teaching method is based upon the use of past papers.
I base my classes on the topics the children struggle with allowing them to review and improve on their current knowledge
MATHS MADE EASY. I am open to see the different teaching techniques my students would like to use. Mathematics is about solving problems and so therefore, the best way to learn is to practice and do countless examples. Starting from simpler questions and gradually making them harder. For GCSE and A-Level students, the best way to learn is to practice questions and to do past papers.
Mathematics lover! Arithmetic, Algebra and Trigonometry! Lessons to Primary and Secondary School pupils, who are in need of taking the mathematical knowledge to the next level! Let's smash it. - Mixture of videos (visual) and verbal (audio) learning, to make sure that each problem is caught and solved.
I use the ABC method for explaining questions in Maths and Science, please ask for more information about this method of teaching. For English I simply break the questions down for students by using the format, 1. Say your point or answer to the question, 2. Provide evidence for the point using information from the text via a quote, 3.
Level 4 MChem Chemistry student at the University of Sheffield living in South London. Obtained Chemistry, Biology and Maths A-Levels. Able to give tuition to students from primary to sixth form/college years in maths and sciences, and also have tuition experience with English up to KS3 level.
I am a 18 years old student. I have strong passion for maths and planning to do a degree in Maths in university. I like teaching as I see it as an opportunity to spread the knowledge and when I teach someone, I get to pull something different out of the topic every time.
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I am a Grammar School student living in Croydon, currently studying A Level. I got 8A*s and 4As in GCSE, and predicted 4A*s for A level. I give lessons to students who need help with their GCSE Maths, Physics, Chemistry or Biology of any exam board. I achieved 4 A*s in those subjects respectively and believe I can help many others to do so too.
I teach each topic in a clear understandable manner and believe there's no such thing as a stupid question. In fact I like it if the Student has questions. I am very patient and build up the understanding of each topic gradually step by step.
I am an experienced female naths tutor that is currently still studying at University. I have tutored and taught children in schools in London. I have carried out Maths booster sessions in order to enhance the knowledge of the children that I work with.
I cater my tutoring style to suit each student, whether it be more 'lecturing' delivery of information, covering areas of confusion, going over questions, doing past papers. After discussion with each student, we will proceed with the techniques that will work best to progress learning and development.
I would first get to know the individual as well as the specific exam board. I would have 10 minutes at the start to review the last lesson, 20 minutes for the new content and another 20 minutes for questions. The last 10 minutes would be for the student's questions and be assigning some individual work too.
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