We can learn and enjoy it at the same time. A good education at the early stages enhances your chances for success later on in life. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics and Philosophy. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a passionate, enthusiastic and resilient newly qualified teacher of mathematics. I'm trained to teach children in the 11-18 age range (secondary school) . However, with my Qualified teacher and PGCE status, I can teach in primary school too. I believe every child should be encouraged to explore how far they can go to achieve their very best in mathematics.
My teaching method is very vibrant and hands on. I like to set the pupils ever more challenging and inspiring questions. I talk them through how to do something and then set them the task. I tend to use some online recourses but also the students own maths books. I also usually set the student questions to do at home which I then discuss next time.
I will issue each student a check list on all the GCSE topics and will also provide them with specific homework set about the class we just had. I am very understanding how different people cope with maths and I am able to help all types of people better themselves and become good at maths. Previously, I tutored a girl who was predicted a D at GCSE to get a B within the space of 2 months.
I take a multi-sensory approach to mathematical learning, encouraging students to build on their own practical experiences to build understanding.
Since I am a Further Maths student, I am finishing my full A-level in Maths this year and I feel confident tutoring anything from addition to any topic from the A-level syllabus. Whenever working with someone, I prefer to focus on areas which they don't feel so good about, explaining the topic piece by piece until all is digested and fully understood. After that, there's practice - lot of it.
As a student who achieved top grades at GCSE maths and further maths, I feel I'm suitable for tutoring GCSE students wanting help to boost their grades before their upcoming exams. Lessons will involve covering all reletaive content, then setting homework to ensure lesson was understood. This includes looking at past papers.
hi, my name is talha, I am currently doing my A levels I know that maths is not many students strongest subject, however, I am happy to help them out. I will be able to teach students who are currently doing their GCSEs and also students 15 and under.
I will be giving lessons to students who are looking to take their math or economics exam up to A-level. For maths I'm expecting to cover areas where the student may be struggling in and go over topics which the teacher may have not taught well.
I'm a college student who studies Maths and Further Maths so I have quite a good knowledge of the subject to teach GCSE to AS-level students. I believe that the way most teachers actually teach maths is wrong - shouting/getting angry at a student does not help them learn. I'm sympathetic and understanding and will aim to tutor in the most positive way.
I give lessons to students doing their SATs or their GCSEs. I approach the subject by teaching and testing an individual topic before putting each topic together to form a full paper which can then be worked through from all the skills and information learnt.
As a student myself, I know how important it can be to have somebody who you can contact whilst you're studying to help check your methods or to give advice in an area which you're having trouble, may that be wording of a question or a style of questions. I can help work out your strengths and weaknesses and then devise strategies you can use to improve on your skills.
Qualified dental nurse wanting to pass knowledge on to secondary and primary school students. Making things interesting and fun helps to keep them in your mind and makes you more eager to learn. A flexible method of tutoring tailored to individuals wants and needs from the sessions.
Since I was a primary school student I have been confused by the traditional way of teaching the teachers.
I am currently on a gap year from my second year at Oxford University, studying for an MPhys. I achieved 9A*2A at GCSE and 4A*s at ALevel at Northgate High School. I offer GCSE and A level Core Mathematics and Physics. I can also offer advice with Oxbridge/ Russell Group University applications for Year 12s having just gone through the application process.
I like to start simple then work my way up, building the skills as we go along and consolidating previously learnt ones all the time.
I have been tutoring for more than four years and teach with poems, positivity and praise! I make revision materials,cue cards, presentations, rhymes, songs and most of all, I believe in the fun-factor at all times! Learning should be a lifelong enjoyable experience and I tailor my lessons and learning styles to the student - mind maps, memory games, whatever floats your boat! :) Anyone can learn...
My students consist mainly of determined year 10 and year 11 students; some of my students have moved up several sets in their subjects and are now taking the higher paper, now aiming for A/A* grades instead of taking the foundation paper.
I have been a maths teacher teaching maths to pupils ranging from KS2 to adults. I was head of maths at a local primary school. Since leaving teaching in schools I have been teaching maths privately at home. I see a real improvement in both the pupils' ability and confidence. I have a love of maths and really enjoy teaching it.
First lesson for free - I give lessons to learners from year 8 upto A level. I do 1:1 tutoring, If it’s a group a maximum of 4 ...... because I believe on individual growth..... and Maths it’s fun ...
My teaching method involves helping the student to fully understand the material they are being taught, rather than simply remembering facts. For example in Maths, I would derive every important result from first principles, as I believe it makes it easier to apply them.
I love to explain methods in a way that my student will enjoy. I make sure concepts are practices thoroughly as that's the best way to learn.
I am an 18 year old student studying at the University of Warwick. I have achieved an A* in both Maths and Chemistry at a-level. I can understand students who may be struggling at school or need extra help because I had to get through the hard works myself just a year ago.
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