I will ask the students to tell me what the problems are with their GCSE maths, and then will help them through their difficulties giving worked examples and test them often to make sure they have got the new skill
I am committed and motivating Maths tutor and offers maths lessons to pupils upto Key stage 3 ( both primary and secondary level ). I begin assessing the learner's strengths and weaknesses and will work with them in whichever way suits them best to increase their proficiency and confidence.
the way that i teach is by first showing the person on people that i am helping an example and braking it down to make it under stadebal and simple then i while give them an example to go through with my and see if they are able to understand by them selves
Firstly to establish the starting point, recognise strengths and boost confidence by identifying weak areas and misconceptions. With guidance through the trouble spots rapid progress can be made and maths becomes a fun, non-threatening challenge.
My teaching method is when first starting with a student ask them the key concepts or topics they are struggling with and then each session go through the theory of the topic. Then go through some exam questions covering that topic.
I teach basics of maths and physics by drawing pictures. Then I practice questions papers to make sure the students learnt the concept. Then I give homework and worksheets to practice.
I like to base my teaching on my students' ultimate aim. I will assess students' current attainment level and highlight the areas for improvement/development. From there I will help build knowledge and understanding in pursuit of students' ultimate learning aim.
My approach would be for small groups or 1 on 1 tuition. GCSE Science and Maths ideally. I believe in obtaining what the student knows and then helping them in areas where they may struggle, assisting them to get to the right answers. Use of past paper questions and text books.
I am a 1st year University of Bristol Mathematics BsC student and teach students taking GCSE Maths and A Level Maths. My tutelage takes the form of a weekly lesson (or more if desired) and some homework set to encourage independent learning. I prioritise the importance of intuition in maths and deep understanding of basic concepts as paramount for more advanced learning.
I don’t have professional teaching experience.
The first lesson will simply be practice questions, in order to establish the areas of strength and weakness. In the following lessons, we will improve on the required areas by going through questions together step by step, and then I will give you some to do on your own, to ensure that you have grasped each concept. I will set short pieces of homework if I feel extra practice is necessary.
Maths is for everyone! You do not need to be a 'maths person', you just need confidence, perseverance and guidance so you can approach maths in the way that suits you. I am friendly and skilled at making maths simple and fun. I respond to individual needs and help learners gain confidence and real conceptual understanding.
I will be asking individuals with their difficulties in understanding the materials in class in regards to Maths and Statistics. Help working toward homework or exam preparation to be able to understand the subjects well and obtain an excellent score.
My teaching method is student-centred, accustomed to whether the student is an audial, visual, kinesthetic, or verbal learner. I base my tutoring on student goals and mark schemes, with optional extra curricular education. First stage is to set goals of tutoring. Each session will involve progress bring monitored. I provide material to continue progression in learning.
I firmly believe that all pupils can excel in Maths - the key to my approach is that I spend focused time exploring their understanding of the processes and logic of the subject, so that they are able to fully understand the underlying functions of mathematics. This arms them with understanding that they can apply to any mathematical problem, even if it initially seems unfamiliar to them.
I intend to give lessons to students who are either in secondary education or studying for their GCSE's.
My teaching method varies with each student to ensure that they learn in the best way suited to them. Lessons can be planned to revise, cover a new topic or test their knowledge. Lessons can focus on the areas that they struggle with to gain a better understanding of the topic as well as practising topics they are proficient in.
My classes are based on what the student is finding difficult and then we work through problems of that topic, building a strong foundation and then exploring trickier exam questions to build confidence. Every student has a different experience that suits them best.
My classes are based on the students specification and areas the student is struggling with. I start by explaining how a concept works by breaking it down into small, easy to understand chunks. I then work through some simple questions with them, and continue to progress on to more advanced questions once they are more confident.
I am aware of the difficulty that some have with traditional education, and having only recently left school, I am able to translate my own experience of contemporary education into lessons for others. I have spent years recognising the parts of education that work, and the best tools for independent learning.
My approach of teaching is based upon child's potential. Every single child has got its own abilities. In my views we have no right to compare their progress with others. However, if the child has got the potential then we can help them by encouraging, engaging them as well as using right teaching style/technique like demonstration or learning by doing.
Knowledge is best conveyed through interaction and participation. I try and involve my students as much as possible by getting them to answer questions, work through problems and apply new concepts to the real world. Having fun is important and I try my best to make my lessons as enjoyable as possible in order to create a constructive learning environment.
I believe being understanding, innovative and patient makes all the difference when teaching my students. Teaching in South Africa and Madagascar required me to plan lessons and find innovative ways to keep my students engaged.
I have an adaptive lesson structure to suit the needs of my students. I mostly use the exam board's specification to structure my lessons. This is extremely important as the exams will be based entirely around the spec. I will provide plenty of practice papers and questions to ensure that the content being covered is well understood by the student.
My teaching method is based on each student and their individual needs. During sessions, I aim to involve multiple activities to deepen understanding and pass on useful techniques for studying. I can provide strong guidance and support regarding examination and education pressures.
I believe building confidence is absolutely key and thus I focus on making sure the student fully understands the covered concepts. I have worked with many students and have learnt that there is no set method for teaching, but rather finding a method tailored to the student.
For me Mathematics is e-a-s-y, I want to show you that it's really not as hard as you might think. I tutor all ages in Mathematics up to A-level. By the way I can do it in both languages – English and Russian, obviously.
I have experience of teaching whole classes, small groups and individual tutoring. I like to use puzzles and activities when I can instead of a worksheet of 20 near identical questions! I also include problem solving and applications of maths to the real world where I can.
I work with students at the GCSE and A-level stages (or equivalent) and work with them so that they can understand the concepts that they have trouble with and carry on to work independently. I prefer to start with the materials that the students are currently working with and expand from there.
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