I am a professional maths tutor with 30 years of experience. I break maths down into small steps to make it understandable or I set hard challenges to stretch students. My approach is to teach using real-life problems, and past exam questions. I use the first few lessons to assess where a student needs help by working through suitable problems together.
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I like to take lessons at the students pace and discuss what they want to get out of each session and together create an aim to reach. Then I like to go through what the student knows to locate and straighten out any misconceptions or gaps they may have.
I enjoy teaching and do not think of it as a job. I am flexible to the students' needs and do not follow a rigid teaching method. I direct the students to be able to figure out the solutions on their own rather than just helping them with homework.
I am a friendly university student studying Theoretical Physics. I tutor GCSE Maths and Sciences (with a specialism in Physics and Chemistry). I also tutor A-level Maths and Physics. In the lessons I will try to cover 1 topic each session.
I'm a mechanical engineering student at the University of Sheffield with A Levels in maths, physics and further maths. I teach maths and physics in 1-2h sessions in which I guide students through example problems or school work. I can also explain concepts covered in school in the level of depth appropriate for the student's ability and interest.
I offer quality education of international standard to students from secondary upto graduate degrees in the fields mentioned earlier I am a biochemistry graduate with a masters and bachelor degree in the same field The methodology of my teaching is in compliance with the use of modern technology
I primarily tutor to GCSE level but can teach to A-level privately. My lessons follow the format of: Theory, interesting application or use and exam practice to familiarise my students with the style of questions. I am a silly, energetic and passionate tutor who will push you to be the best you can be.
I have just completed my first year studying maths at the University of Birmingham and attained a 2:1. I have experience in teaching maths to primary school and GCSE level students, and am able teach students up to A level.
I taught students of electrical engineering for three years. I would like to teach secondary school students and the lesson and lectures will be online. I am a friendly teacher and I believe that students should enjoy mathematics, not be scared of it.
My teaching method is to encourage and help students, to understand what knowledge they are confused about. I prefer to be a friend with the student. I'm good at explaining the question in different ideas and methods, and I will try to make the lesson not boring. I have learnt a lot about mathematics in China and in the UK, covered a wide range, and I'm interested in and good at it.
My teaching method involves a combination of activities to build long-term skills, as well as assisting students with assignments and classwork from school. I work to establish the level at which my students are achieving, and from this I formulate an individual learning plan for them which takes into consideration their own learning goals.
I am offering lessons in maths and sciences (including biology, chemistry and physics). My methodology would differ depending on the specific student. I could tailor lessons specifically to help tutees understand certain concepts they are struggling with, or could focus generally on them attaining better exam results if they are sitting any soon.
I am a Master's graduate offering lessons in Maths and ICT from Primary School level up to GCSEs. I believe both Maths and ICT are very practical subjects where practice makes perfect. So my lesson structures will consist of me identifying your main problems by going through examples step-by-step, making sure you understand the topic.
Whilst in China I taught a wide range of students from Year 6 to Year 13. I prefer a smaller class as it often leads to stronger development of students. I go into my classes with basic lesson plan but often divert from the plan to accommodate the classes needs.
My method is based on ones learned at Birkdale School here in Sheffield and is based on understanding the logics behind the maths so even if you forget formulas and details you can still answer the questions. As a tutor I am enthusiastic and joyful, full of energy. I love football and I often use football as a way to explain the maths (e.g. stats).
Understand the student, their confidence level on each sector , giving easy tips to oversome weak side. Be very friendly to them, ask questions which make them think and grow gradually without giving much stress. Make them smart for the World.
I like to split courses into small sections and identify areas of strength and weakness in the student. I then tackle the weak areas by explaining methodology and giving useful tips as well as using past papers and practice questions to help the student to become comfortable with all topic areas and types of question.
The lessons will be focused on those areas which need most attention first. I will direct students to solve problems on their own first and then help them. I have always enjoyed maths and received an A at AS level.
I aim to provide the student first with a solid theoretical understanding of the subject before testing and honing their understanding through problems. I am applied this methodology both one on one and with groups up to 70 I'm size and found it to be effective.
I teach on a very individual basis and work on any weaknesses the student has. My approach is always building in depth understanding of the subject first as a solid foundation to being able to achieve highly in exams. I believe if the student finds a subject interesting, they'll work harder at it and I've been told I have a knack for making physics and mathematics interesting.
I am a 21 year old UG Maths student at the University of Sheffield and I am able to teach GCSE and A Level Maths. My lessons will introduce some theory in the first half and set example questions in the second half. I am very patient with students as I know we all learn at different paces and I am flexible in the way I can teach a particular idea, so that the student understands it better.
My approach to a topic is based on the students' understanding towards the topic and I will prepare exercises for them to practice and improve. I am able to give out mathematics and physics lessons up to a levels standard and chess lessons for beginners in Sheffield.
Keeping a positive attitude about all subjects is, I believe paramount when it comes to learning something new, as such, I will always demonstrate this attitude, and instil it in students. I also try to make all maths applied, not just theoretical, so students understand what they're doing, and real life applications.
Initially i will ask the student what topic or problem they are struggling with the most. I will then work through the material with the student at their own pace, ensuring they understand each stage of the problem or each key aspect of the material. I will engage with the student and ask them questions to check their understanding.
I am highly adaptable to individual students needs and so I can plan my sessions to suit. I am very flexible in lessons and can switch topics on request as students require. I consider myself to be an engaging and supportive tutor who takes the stress out of lessons by responding to student needs quickly and effectively.
My approach to teaching is relaxed and fun, and I look for the best way your child learns things and use that to their advantage. I have varied teaching experience as I have taught in a diverse range of schools around Sheffield. I have done whole class teaching but I love to work with children one-to-one as I find it incredibly rewarding seeing the progress they have made in their learning.
My teaching method will differ from person to person as I am a strong believer that most of the time (in maths) every one will understand something in a slightly different way, if some one isn't getting something then I don't believe they've been taught passionately or contextually.
I aim to tailor my tutoring to students therefore maximising what they get out of each session but typically I will set work to be completed. This will allow me to identify the weaknesses that are present and spend all my time focused on rectifying them and bringing them up to a high standard.
My teaching is focussed on reflection on the part of the learner, with students encouraged to think about where their strengths and weaknesses are and then use that to structure lessons. I would encourage tutees to bring work or problems with them which we can then go through. I believe that I should be there as a guide and helping hand rather than me talking for an hour.
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