A misunderstanding in the sciences, usually comes from a missing building block in the foundation, so I always try to figure out where the disconnect from understanding to misunderstanding happens and dig deeper to find the missing link in understanding.
My teaching method is more interaction and activity based, provide a creative thinking and game based class for students, and try to encourage them instead of forcing, and practice with exercise question and mind-map building.
I will provide effective learning techniques that will ensure greater retention of course material. People learn better by doing problems so working through multiple questions very similar to exam style will be my focus.
I’m very flexible and adaptable when it comes to teaching methods. What works best for you, works for me as well.
Firstly, I go through the curriculum. I will teach you the subject, give you tips regarding a certain topic that I myself use. If there is difficulty that a student faces, I will always be there to listen and help them out.
My teaching method includes teaching the students from the base and fundamentals, getting all concepts cleared, giving assignments and periodic assessments to check on the progress of my student. I try to make teaching as practical as possible. I am very friendly and very patient in order to ensure that my students do not hesitate to approach me incase in doubt.
I am a very experienced mathematician who enjoys breathing life into the subject. My background is in secondary education and I understand completely the barriers and difficulties people have with the subject. The main strategy to solve these problems is using clear explanation and lots of examples to illustrate the difficult topics.
I would give my lessons up to a first year university level in Chemistry and secondary school level in Mathematics. I will try to vary my teaching methods to adapt to your learning style. I am passionate about teaching to people who are willing to learn so I will always do my best to help in whatever way I can.
I teach based on the theory of a topic; I believe it is far better to understand why we do something rather than to just learn the process of answering questions, as this has helped me in exams far more. I make use of a wide range of resources, as well as personal experience, to make maths and physics feel intuitive.
In my first year of a Mechanical Engineering degree. I give lessons to anyone taking Checkpoint GCSE and A level Mathematics. Use a one on One technique with my students and always encourage extra work, homework is and important part of my methodology and lesson structure.
Hello, am having a master degree in ECE, currently pursuing Msc in theoretical physics. Tutoring is fun, it helps the tutor to enhance its knowledge in respective subjects. My lessons will be structured according to the requirement of the students.
Hey there! I currently study mechanical engineering at Strathclyde University in Glasgow and I am looking to tutor maths and physics over the summer, upto SQA Higher level. Personally, I feel that the way maths is generally taught in schools in Scotland leaves much to be desired and can be very boring. This was certainly my experience during my school years.
I use repetition in my lessons, although it may not be the most fun at times, it has proven successful with everyone that I have helped as long as they have put the work in, I create my own questions that I give to my students, this allows me to gauge how much work has to be done to achieve their goal.
I am still learning my tutoring style and happy to adapt to the needs of each student. I aim to teach a laid back, calm, and methodical approach to the subjects in question, focusing on building confidence in one's own problem solving abilities along with handy hints and tips I've picked up during my studies. Lessons will be directed by the student unless otherwise requested.
I have a discussion with the pupils to identify the areas they find challenging and from there focus on these areas to clarify their understanding; doing so through examples and clear explanations. This allows me to break down the steps and build on the pupils knowledge.
The ultimate goal of each session is to help the student understand difficult concepts and be able to use his/her knowledge in order to solve problems. Sessions will be focused on assisting the student to grasp the main idea of the subject or find the solution to a problem, without revealing the answer straight away.
My teaching method works to link pupils' learning as they progress through each topic, building on previously learned skills. This is opposed to teaching distinct blocks of knowledge which are more easily forgotten. As far as possible, I use problem solving examples once the basic principles have been taught.
I 'd like to help high school students. such like 11 degrees students, 12 degrees or 13 degrees. My teaching method is focusing on students' home exercises, especially on the mistaken exercises.
I am a PhD student at the University of Glasgow offering tutoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) subjects. In addition to previous academic degrees, I also have 6 years of industrial experience as a professional engineer. I use a goal-oriented problem solving approach to solidify subject fundamentals before extending to more complex concepts.
To begin with I like to ask the student what he or she is struggling with and then take it from there. I often find it is necessary to go back two or three steps. I have a bit of a knack for figuring out which fundamental piece of understanding is missing.
I tutor a range of disciplines such as advanced higher and higher Maths, Physics and Geography as well as higher English, Engineering science and Graphic communications. I work well with all ages and will aim to teach in the way that best suits you. I have course material that I can work with as well as access to specimen and past papers.
I teach Maths by laying out a structure of working to solve a problem, and teach how to identify a problem to then to use the newly learned structure and break down the complex question into easy-step solutions. It is a method I use in Engineering Maths at University and is a technique that arms anyone with the ability to solve a complex maths problem.
When I teach a topic for the first time, I call on knowledge from previous topics that the students already know so that they can see how it ties-in and relates to a bigger picture. After teaching a topic, we work questions to reinforce the concepts and I progressively provide less and less help.
I'm having fresh experience to teach someone . To show my talent to others . I teach my brothers at home . So i decided now to not waste my talent . Thats why i decided to apply for tutor . I just complete my studies in april 2018.
Many people find chemistry a complicated subject, this is due in large part to the fact that they did not have a teacher who taught them the basics of chemistry in a simple way. The study of chemistry can be simple and deductive if a small number of very basic concepts are handled well.
I like to engage my students to think, understand concepts and then solve questions so they are confident to address any material no matter the context in which they find those concepts.
My teaching method is preparing a plan with the topics to cover which will be distributed in a certain number of lessos i.e. as needed and also ensuring my complete understanding of the topics before I attend to each lesson.
I use a blended teaching style that involves lectures, videos, interaction and student engagement to provide an effective learning environment and outstanding student experience. I provide mentoring and personal advice/support to students to help them improve and advance in their education and careers.
I am passionate about teaching and helping students overcome any challenges and to create strong study habits. I approach each topic by gaining an understanding of what level students are at and then build on this. Working on both revision of topics or specific problems are ways in which I hope to further the students' understanding of the subject.
In our first session, I will go over a brief overview of what is to come as well as some revision of previous topics to assess where you you in terms of learning. From there, I will build the syllabus around your needs and availability and after each topic you will be assessed to emphasise strong areas and areas that I might need to help with.
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