I am currently studying Economics at the University of York. In my opinion, Economics is a wonderful subject that teaches you to use critical thinking, mathematical and problem-solving skills. It is the passion I have for my subject that has made me want to tutor, so that I can teach students the things I love learning and have a thorough understanding for.
I am Sara, a student of Psychology at the University of York, and a tutor of Maths and English. I tutor both primary and secondary school, including GCSE. My teaching style is very interactive, encouraging students to work problems out themselves by guiding them through when they need and asking thought provoking questions to make them think.
I am a maths and economics student at the University of York. I have always loved logical and analytical subjects, for example Maths and the Sciences. I also particularly enjoy economics as there are countless ways to analyse and conclude the same theories and data; no one is ever wrong! I hope to instil my love and passion for these subjects in you in an interactive and enjoyable way.
I am from Taiwan which has different approach of teaching maths and therefore, I might be able to bring in different perspectives to see maths. I also did maths and further maths in A-levels here in the UK so know how it works and always being interesting in the difference and similarity, additionally...
I am a Law student at the University of York, offering Maths tutoring for GCSE level and below students. I achieved an A* in my Further Maths A-level, and can help with individual problematic topics, whole syllabuses, and exam preparation.
I am a first year undergraduate at Economics. Recently had my exams and got more than 80% in every single maths module. My ALevels in Maths and Further Maths range between 79-100% I am giving lessons for everyone starting from primary school and finishing with ALevels Maths/F Maths students. My teaching method is simple.
I am a Physics student and a sailing instructor. I would be delighted to help young minds develop, especially in the sciences. My method is flexible since different people learn in different ways. A typical lesson would include taking a topic, breaking it up into smaller parts, teaching the understanding to a higher level (e.
My teaching method is suited to the requirements of each student. I will take the time to understand your preferred learning methods and use these to tailor my lessons and teach in a way that is best suited to you. I'm very friendly and always encourage students to ask questions until they feel fully confident in their understanding.
Originally from Cambridgeshire, I am an undergraduate studying mathematics at James College, University of York, with a particular interest in pure mathematics. I previously attended Hills Road Sixth Form College in Cambridge where I studied for A levels in biology, chemistry and maths.
Generally my lessons plan work towards and alongside the school curriculum that the child is doing. It completely depends on what the Childs weakness and strength are. I change mathematical methods depending on what the child prefers and am happy to show different ways of doing things that they perhaps won't have been taught at school.
I love to explain things with drawings and pictures and colours.
Given the frequency school curriculum change I would spend a session getting to know what was challenging, what they were finding easy and therefore what would be the most valuable use of time going forward, spend a few sessions on a topic to ensure it is being retained and if useful go over what is currently being taught/helping with homework to keep them current in the year.
My teaching method is to understand what works best for the student to learn the skills needed to succeed. The fundamental aim of the lessons is to not just teach the students the content, but to engage them in lateral thinking where the knowledge then becomes second nature and can be used in future careers.
My teaching method involves gauging the area of the topic the student struggles with and focusing on that while working through a lot of example questions step by step, allowing the student to take the lead and explain their thought process while working through the question.
Hello, I am a second year Maths student doing a degree at the University of York. As well as this; I have a scholarship in which I am learning to be an outstanding teacher alongside Harrogate Grammar School. I would place my expertise in Mathematics to GCSE (and possibly Decision 1 for Further Maths A-level) and analysis of texts which assists with English Literature in general.
I like to use initial meetings as a chance for not only you to meet me, but also for me to get a really clear picture about a student's ability and how I would be able to help them achieve great results in the future.
My approach to teaching is building confidence and improving exam technique as these are often the two biggest set backs for students. I am very good at communicating and explaining things and I am well practiced with school students from my previous tutoring experience and from having a younger sister.
I am a current university student who studies mathematics as part of my degree. As such I would like to help those in the local area who wish for or require tutoring, up to A-level difficulty. Each session would involve a recap of any material covered previously before moving onto a new topic for the duration of that session.
If you're looking for that tutor who does things differently and gives you the best, most enjoyable lessons that propel you to your goals, then I'm the tutor for you! My lessons are 100% personalised to each student to achieve the perfect balance between teaching and testing the materials.
I always chat to potential students to find out what they are wanting then build my teaching methodology around that, so it is tailored to each individual. Sometimes this can just be providing 1:1 support, or additional questions to try. I am happy to be flexible to student needs.
I am a student at the University of York tutoring Maths for GCSE and A-Level students. I use a methodical approach of demonstrating typical exam technique so that my students know what sort of questions will definitely come up in the exam and therefore achieve the best they can.
I am over half way through my masters degree at the University of York. I can help tutor any level from primary school all the way up to A level students. Through university I have completed a placement at a secondary school to aid a teacher with their maths lessons. I will try to make maths fun for everyone and can suggest different approaches to a problem.
My teaching method is to focus on key areas individually which the student struggles with, starting with lower grade concepts and working towards high level topics. I believe it is crucial that basic knowledge and understanding of a subject is established as a building block.
Find out the level my student is at and understand where there strengths and weaknesses lie. This may be done through looking at a question or asking the student what they already know about the topic we're covering in that session. Then slowly work through the topic or question ensuring the student understands why each step is taken not just what each step is.
My method is based on putting in the centre the student. In particular, organise each course with respect his/her point of view. This makes my students to respond positively on any issue so that I can guide them effectively through all the relevant subjects.
I offer individual tutoring tailored to each student's specific needs, not the same old recycled lesson plan! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Across the curriculum at KS1&2, English, Maths, Science, ICT, History and Geography at KS3, English, Maths, Science, ICT and History at GCSE, and. English and History at A Level.
I aim to quickly gain a feeling for my student's current abilities and difficulties: which topics do they find difficult or problematic? From there, by use of problems and examples, I gradually expand the student's comfort zone, explaining useful techniques with which to deal with the problems in question.
I adapt to each student's unique learning needs - whether they be visual, auditory, or practical. It is important to find out how each individual student thinks and learns instead of applying a cookie cutter model. I also prioritise engaging the student's enthusiasm for the subject (which may have been dampened in a classroom environment).
I base my classes on what the student feels they need the most help with. I explain problems they cannot solve and then use this as a springboard to work through similar exercises, helping to make the student as confident as possible in that topic.
University student - Gives lessons in Maths and Science up to GCSE standard and Business studies up to A level standard Interactive Study methods as well as structured textbook exercises - Open to new techniques which will help you achieve the grades you desire I am naturally a structured and organised teacher but aim to make my sessions as useful as possible (using real life situations as...
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