I prefer teaching in a classical way— on board. Whist teaching in a simplest and most acceptable way, I try to explain children why and how contrary to just solving the problems. I encourage them to ask questions and make it practical to learn, understand and remember the topic for ever.
I like to be interactive and keep the subject interesting for the student allowed to just hitting them with information. Maths can be dull for students but getting the right activities to suit them when teaching is key to keep them engaged.
I'm currently studying Mathematics at the University of Exeter. I'm offering lessons on Maths at Primary, Secondary, GCSE and AS level. I am flexible with the structure and content, aimed at allowing the tutee to work through questions, encouraging them to increase their independence in their work.
My teaching revolves around my student, I've never met two that learn quite the same way. My methodology mostly boils down to insuring that the student understands the concept and then practices applying the concept until solving problems using the concept is second nature.
My results in Maths have always been great during my school years as well as during my undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees. I was helping others solving equations and doing Maths revisions. I can teach Maths up to degree level either face to face or online.
my lessons are simple and enjoyable. I am very learner based, working on weaknesses and creating easier methods of learning and remembering basic mathematic principles that help with equations and harder formulas.
I am a student studying A-level mathematics, further mathematics, economics and politics in Sir Thomas Rich's grammar school, Gloucester. In terms of my methodology, I am unable to tell you how I teach as it varies based on the student.
I am currently a 4th year medical student at the University of Birmingham. I use a simple three step cycle of learn -> revise -> test to ensure knowledge is continually being reviewed through exam questions. A calm and adaptable approach ensures I can connect with my students.
Serious, result-oriented practitioner; Mentors through assessments and planning for improvements; Relies on the feedback through assigned homework. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics and Computing - Tell me about your qualifications. BSc in Mathematics (1989) - MSc in Pakistan. Diploma in Computing (1991) - Islamabad, Pakistan. MSc in Computer Science (2005) - Bristol.
I have given lessons to students undertaking their GCSEs, and aim to help them in areas of weakness as well as to help strengthen in areas they are already competent with. I am very flexible with my structure, as I tend to base it around the needs of the student.
My teaching method is firat to see the level the student is at. The method will also change if preparing for a specific exam. I like to focus on the area the pupil finds most difficult as well as doing problems that build a stable knowledge of a maths/physics on which most problems are based. The key is to get the basics and work from there rather than jumping straight in.
I tutor maths to primary, secondary and GCSE students in Gloucester. I offer one-to-one sessions either at the students home or my own after school or on weekends - whenever is best for you. My tutoring is very student based as everybody in maths is different with what they struggle on since everyone approaches questions differently.
Step by step and clear explanations of methods to solve even the toughest of questions. I may photocopy my GCSE notes if required and give them to the student along with practice questions where available. I will solve examples along with the student to let them get a clear idea of the concepts.
My approach to tutoring is to build confidence and a can do attitude in my students. I then cover the foundation blocks upon which success is build. That's covering the basic topics and building upon them so students can see the links between topics.
As a professional working in training and coaching, I can adapt my teaching to suit a number of different learning styles, and have an understanding of key learning theories and how to get the most from my students.
I normally base classes at the knowledge level of my students Before starting I will take a test to see at what level they are to adjust the flow of teaching and conduct regular tests to monitor their progress The lessons are normally for students from GCE up to A-level With regards to computer programming it would be from beginner to mid-level
Maths is one of those subjects you either love or you hate. Many professions these days require you to have a mathematical knowledge and often employers aspire their employees to have achieved a minimum of grade C in Maths GCSE. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Specialist in Maths ( KS3, GCSE, A Levels) - Tell me about your qualifications.
I have been tutoing Mathematics and Physics for last 15 years in different countries including UK.I Ð°m pÐ°ssiÐ¾nÐ°te Ð°bÐ¾ut my subject Ð°nd very fÐ°miliÐ°r with the current requirements in the curriculum. - Which subject(s) do you teach? GCSE Mathematics IGCSE Mathematics GCSE Add Mathematics GCSE Statistics along with course work.
- Classes Every child starts at a level that suits them, determined by a simple diagnostic test completed at enrolment. They then proceed to master topics at their own pace, before moving on to the next level. Kumon students are always working at a level that is just right for them. They are provided with work to be completed on a daily basis and come to class once or twice a week.
My teaching method is to find the topic the child is struggling with and ask what they know about it. Then give them a few questions to see what they know. I base my lessons on what they are doing at school.
mathematics covered between primary to a-level / level 3, including algebra, trigonometry, calculus and statistics and more. These sessions are taught to the students pace and with visual and real world applications. Physics covered between primary to a-level / level 3, including mechanics, electromagnetism, nuclear radiation and more.
I have a patient approach with students, allowing them to have a go before offering input. Every child's learning capability is different, and so I treat them as that: an individual and base my teaching around their learning style.
My teaching method is to focus on where a child needs the most help, whether that be in algebra, trigonometry or even basic operations. For me I believe that guiding the child through example questions step by step is the most beneficial, but it's important to do what works best for them.
I approach difficult topics in lessons starting by asking what the pupil understands at the moment. I'm good at taking a step back from difficult concepts, returning to clearly explaining basics to try to help the tricky idea become logical.
My teaching method is formal, so children can interact and learn at their own pace - but at a very high standard. I approach each topic with an open mind and ensure children do too.
My teaching methodology changes with each student. First I will establish gaps in knowledge and then go back to basics to cement the fundamentals.
I nearly always begin a topic by reference to real-life applications from the world of engineering and /or day to day machines. Once I have established how something works I then go to describe/define the actual Physics being used. I make as much use of pictures and graphs (when appropriate) or if a student is mathematically inclined I refer to equations.
I am female and in my mid-30s I have been studying with the Open Uni for 4 years now towards a degree in Astronomy and Planetary Sciences covering a wide range of subjects with very good grades. I have 2 years left to finish my degree. I am willing to help other students of any age range that are in need of a little to a lot of help.
A mature student currently at the Open University I am well versed in online tutorials. My lessons are light-hearted but informative. Approaching problems from another angle can give great insight. Studying should be fun. Anyone looking to improve their Math,physics or studying towards GCSE's would benefit from my tutorials.
I prefer to teach with the more traditional pen-on-paper style, as I believe this translates best further down the line with regards to exam preparation. I also believe teaching one-on-one is optimal however I am capable of teaching small groups of 2-4.
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