Teaching should be fun and full of different examples looks at problems from lots of different ways. Breaking problems down to steps.
I am giving lessons in both maths and physics up to A Level. I look to empower the students own internal motivations, whilst also making the lessons fun and relaxed, hereby taking the pressure off and focusing the attention on the enjoyment of study rather than the attainment levels.
The teaching method is based on understanding the difficulties of the student and approach them step by step with calm and no fear.
My teaching method is systematic hands on experience, I encourage my students to solve challenges on their own after giving them all they need
In career change after 32 years in the IT world. Well travelled. Started Maths PGCE at Chichester University in 2006. Able to help you through your Maths challenges. Am a light-hearted, smiling fun person with in school Maths experience during 2 months of Maths PGCE.
I am an undergraduate student of Accounting and Finance which relates to mathematical standards and daily logic of understanding the modules. I have experience in teaching maths by helping Somali children that needs an helping hand of someone like me.
My method is learning fast and exercise enough. Every student is different so if you want to improve your level you have to practice as well. My lessons are based on a previous review about the theme that you need to study. In this case I usually asked some exercise to check also the method that you have already studied at school with your ordinary teacher.
I like to teach an understanding of the concepts behind mathematical ideas rather than algorithmic methods for solving problems. This, I think, leads my students to engage with maths on a deeper level and therefore become much more proficient in the subject.
My teaching method is based on each topic's difficulty and I try to use my own relevant and useful books and notes which gave me a success
I always provide a fact sheet which will summarise key points and rules included in what I will about to teach that session for the student to keep and go overboard in their own time. I will then explain what we will be doing during the lesson briefly, then teach the material and follow it up with questions as we go along. I also set a few questions for homework to consolidate the learning.
Currently fully booked with a waiting list. My name is Lucy and I have always wanted to teach maths but I have found I prefer tutoring as working on a one-to-one basis gives me a better chance to help students reach their highest potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics from primary to A-level. I also teach GCSE Science. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Hi there! My name is Robert and I am a Maths and Physics tutor from Bristol When I was at school I found Maths very difficult so can empathise with students who are struggling to get to grips with the subject matter. Having completed a Physics degree with a high 2.1, I know it is possible to overcome problems and that with enough work success is possible.
I am a first-year Electronic Engineering student in Bristol. I had completed my Cambridge A-levels in subjects like Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Economics, with a result of 1A*3A. My techniques in teaching maths are providing my students with a good fair amount of exercises. Besides that, I will make sure they understand the mathematical concept thoroughly before moving to the next topic.
My teaching method is understanding what the equations are all about.
My name is Mazin Hassan and I am an Undergraduate Student studying Aerospace Engineering. I have done GCSE's and A Levels and have passed them successfully I would appreciate passing my knowledge to your son/daughter and make them happy on results day.
I plan to approach the tutoring in the way most suited to the individual pupil - I plan to make lessons fun, exciting and hopefully to raise students grades by teaching them revision techniques and helping them add core knowledge to their permanent memory.
I based my classes on interacting with the students and finding the better way for them to learn as everyone has it owns capacity and way of learning.
I base my classes on interacting with the students and finding the best way for them to learn as we do not all learn in the same way, everyone has it owns capacity. I prepare my lessons in advance and I divide them in some parts: - first checking the homework with the students and helping them understand. - second explaining the new units.
I can teach up to undergraduate level physics or A-level maths. I am very paitent, friendly and approachable. My teaching style is to push for understanding of the principles rather than by rote memorisation as I personally believe this method is much more effective for future life even if it is less effective for exam marks.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I mostly teach Maths and English to GCSE level, but I also teach: ESOL to adults and children; 11+ skills; english for academic purposes - essay writing and editing; I have also taught philosophy BA and I have tutored candidates for the police entrance exam. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I always start with a free assessment, to get to know you and devise a topic list to work through. I tailor the sessions to you, but a typical session will start with me helping you understand school work that you have not been able to complete, or mistakes you are unable to rectify. I then will deliver a tailored session to you, working through the list of topics you need help with.
My teaching methods reflect those used in the primary classroom. I use positive reinforcement and structured lessons to support children’s learning in curriculum areas.
My teaching method is visual..
I have a masters degree in Mathematics from Oxford University. I have a strong level of subject knowledge and understanding for topics covered in GCSE and A Level mathematics. More importantly I understand that different people will find different explanations more helpful, and I am able to explain ideas in multiple ways if the first way doesn't work.
Hello! My teaching philosophy could be described in 3 words: engaging, effective and unique. As I am still a 2nd year University student I find it easy to interact with GCSE students, consequently I hope the student looks forward to the lessons aswell as learning from them.
My name is Polly and I tutor anyone from primary to GCSE I like to help students to learn by going over questions on the subject and ensuring they understand concepts instead of just memorising facts. I am currently studying A level Maths, Biology and Chemistry.
I am a passionate and enthusiastic biomedical science student. I am currently in my 2nd year at UWE Bristol. I believe tutoring has to do with understanding individual needs and learning styles. I always exploit different learning styles to find out which suits my students best. I also believe interaction between the student and myself is key as it helps me understand the students needs better.
My teaching method is student based. First I would gauge the level the student is currently working at, as well as identify how they like to learn. Some students can just learn and understand step by step approaches, whereas others may need to understand why, and may need visual or active approaches to help them understand.
I tend to teach from textbooks and revision guides (I find CGP books very helpful), I also teach from self-made PowerPoints when I feel it is necessary. I believe it is critical to not only teach the knowledge, but also to ensure it is consolidated and therefore I supply regular exercises and past papers in order to confirm that the students have grasped taught concepts.
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