I understand you, your level of knowledge and understanding and work from there. I'm not a formal teach, but I am persistent, patient and will use alternative strategies to find the way that works with you. Maths should be fun - it's just problem solving. It becomes a problem when the rules of the game are not well understood.
I will tailor my tutoring to you to ensure that you will fully understand the topics that you want and need to know. I am friendly, patient and professional to ensure you achieve your best.
I am a chemistry researcher with over five years of experience in research and teaching. I have a PhD, in Nanochemistry and Spectroscopy from the University of Strathclyde and a Master of Science, in Forensic and Analytical Chemistry.
I believe the best way to approach mathematics is by practical work. Therefore, after a student has a basic understanding of the topic, I always use past papers and examples in my work to allow them to adapt to actual problems, as they would face them in an exam.
I have A's in higher English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, all in band 1 so I would be able to help your child in those subjects up to Highers. I would also be able to tutor maths to National 5 level. I helped many friends through school and as my exams were not that long ago I have a good understanding of how the exams work and the content.
My tutoring services are aimed towards current National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher students, preferably on a one-to-one basis. My teaching methodology is to work through examples with students, explaining why I am doing what I'm doing and answering any questions to the best of my ability. If I am unsure of an answer at the time the question is asked, I will dedicate time to finding them.
My methods of teaching are to take each topic at a time and figure out the students strengths and weaknesses and from there breakdown the areas of struggle to make sure they understand. I like to issue personal notes and prompts to assist the learning process.
I prefer to tailor each student’s lesson plans to their specific needs and learning styles. I like to engage with both parents and student, assess students abilities and needs and make a detailed learning plan with their involvement throughout.
Hi everyone! I am a Chemistry student at the University of Glasgow in my final year and then going on to complete my year long PGDE in teaching to become a Chemistry teacher. I have done Maths up to first year university level, Biology up to second year university level and Chemistry up to third year university level. I have experience of working with children in Chemistry, Biology and Maths.
My teaching methods are to work through past papers choosing hardest questions and showing pupil solutions in order for them to achieve an A grade.
A keen maths, physics and chemistry student who takes pride in the subjects and hopes to help younger students have a clearer understanding while becoming more confident. My approach is individually planned to cater for each students own needs at there own pace. I have a calm, friendly and patient manner and want to positively motivate others.
I believe confidence is the biggest factor in being successful in a exam I can boost your child’s confidence within their subject something that’s not always done in the classroom! I am always available over text etc so your child will never feel stuck with anything even if I’m not due a lesson with them, there’s nothing worse than getting worked up over a question you can’t understand!
I am a mechanical engineering graduate who recently had my masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from the US. I am a humorous and patient tutor who understands the need for making learning fun and not pressured. My technique and style for teaching revolves around a lot of delivery of the main concepts and then interaction with practical examples.
I will make sure that Mathematics is not as intimidating as some students finds it to be. My strategy is summarized by breaking up the concepts into easier ones and giving some clarifying scenarios that students can relate to. Plus, it's not a one way tutoring always, I would love to interact with the students.
I tutor up to National 5 level and tailor my lessons to the student's individual needs. I ensure I clearly explain each aspect of the topic and work through examples to consolidate the student's learning. This can also act as a supported study session near exam time.
First and foremost thing required to study physics or mathematics is utter self determination and an cultivated IQ for the subject and i focus on that, and the main ingredient in doing so is problem solving, mastering problem solving is the key to crack any examination or way to going in a research field,so i solve a lot of problems with students rather then just discussing topics.
Specifically with science, if you understand the practical you'll understand the theory. I find its easier to know how something works and the why before discussing the mathematics behind it. Equations are difficult until you know where the numbers are coming from.
I am a very successful and effective home tutor. My 'Special Needs' training has equipped me with the skills to assess and develop programmes of work. I am happy to advise and offer regular feedback on progress and future needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? English and Maths - Tell me about your qualifications. B.Ed Hons in Education, Special Needs and History.
My name is Dr Nada Zain, and I am a chemistry researcher and lecturer with over twenty five years of experience in research and teaching. I have a PhD, in Physical Organic Chemistry from Glasgow University, a Master of Science, in Industrial Organic Chemistry and a Bachelor of Science, in General Chemistry.
I am a senior pupil at bearsden academy number one state school of 2016. I have national 5 maths physics and engineering qualifications. I am also doing highers with the same subjects this year. My lessons will cover anything the pupil has problems with and will make sure the pupil fully understands how to deal, solve or answer the problem or question by the end of the lesson.
I am a friendly tutor with a substantial experience in teaching children. During the summer of 2016 I had the privilege to teach English in Japan, in Niigata prefecture. Very patient and adaptable to different learning styles and needs. Currently I am teaching Mathematics, Physics, Aerodynamics and Thermodynamics. I can also help with Computational Fluid Dynamics programs if there is an interest.
Each topic is approached via a thorough look at the tasks that students have to do for each week, followed by preparation of answers to questions they may have. If the students are unsure of what is required then I request for all of their attention at the front of the room to notify them of their tasks, and update them on any future projects.
I have been tutoring for students of all levels for several years. My approach to teaching is friendly and relaxing and I make sure that learning is an enjoyable experience for all my students. I offer personalised tutoring for individual needs rather than reading or teaching the same to all. This proved successful by looking at results of my students (references are available on request).
I am currently studying 2nd year. Anatomy at the University of glasgow. I have studies Maths up to advanced higher level. I have also undertook lots of experience in tutoring. I tution Maths and Biology all up to higher level. This during the summer might even make you feel confident before going into a class or will boost your grades. I live in Knightswoods, Glasgow.
I deliver lessons to any high school or early university students in physics or mathematics, and I teach up to advanced higher in chemistry. My lessons generally begin with a recap of the last session, and feedback on homework. Then, the student will highlight any new or persisting areas of difficulty and I will gauge their progress and any work that needs to be done.
I am a second-year student at Glasgow university, studying Mathematics and Statistics. My style of tutoring revolves around helping students with their school-work, with emphasis put on really helping them understand the underlying theory (Why are we using such techniques? Where do the formulas come from? etc.).
I am currently a first year medical student at the University of Glasgow. I have straight As throughout my school career and took biology, chemistry and maths (statistics) to advanced higher.
My teaching method is of a informal manner. I believe this is the best way to teach in a one to one space as it will make it easier for the student to engage with the tutor. I am very easy to speak to and am able to understand problems as I probably made them at some point to. As I am still a teenager, I will not be as intimidating to a young learner as a older tutor may be so am perfect.
I am able to cover past course work or teach entirely new content. In addition it would be possible to provide new course notes. Having just finished school myself gives me a good understanding of current SQA exams.
- Classes Kumon provide individualised Maths and English programmes. Attendance at class is on a "drop-in" basis during class times as each child works on their own individual development plan. Children take approximately 20-30 minutes per subject and attend class once or twice a week.
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