Math is typically a progression-based subject. Skills build one upon another, and the order in which they're taught is predetermined. Because of this, a math teacher doesn't have to think much about what to teach when, but it is necessary to use assessments to determine student understanding.
I structure all my lessons to the individual student, I plan around each students, needs, ability and capability, with the aim to achieve and get more confident in all lessons, with me and at school, no pressure is used, just fun. I use a mixture of games and worksheets to make learning interesting and fun. I have SEN experience and welcome anybody with SEN.
During a basic session I would go through a topic with the pupil, and then I'd practice some exam questions with them.
My lessons are very pupil led. We normally go over things the pupils are doing in class and have been struggling with. If they are finding their class work easy I will try to expand what they are doing to a higher level.
My name is Rhys and I am a third year Economics student at Cardiff University. I got an A in maths at A level and am providing lessons in maths from A level and below.
I am a Student starting my GCSEs and looking for the experience of teaching. My methods will contain me: - Walking through and showing you how to do anything you don't know or are confused about.
This summer, I am moving from Salisbury to Southampton. I am afraid that long term tuition in the Salisbury area in the new academic year will not be possible. However, I would like to welcome onboard new tutees from Southampton.
My teaching method is simple. I approach each topic by step wise. I base my classes on twice a week.
My name is Gemma, my degree covered a large basis in science and mathematics, having a masters degree In pharmaceutics. I mainly focus on GCSE but am fully capable at A level sciences too. Lessons can be flexible or structured depending on the pupils needs.
I am Muhammad Anas Khalid. I am a tutor and i used to teach all science subjects of secondry and primary school students. Teaching is my hobby and It is my goal to become a Professor in Future because I take interest in teaching. My goal is to teach students using examples of new gadgets and invention. I prefer learning instead of memorization.
I have been teaching since 1975 and I could teach almost all subjects but I mainly focus on Mathematics. I used to teach Computer Science also up to O'Level.
Having taught Mathematics in schools and colleges with great enjoyment for 35 years, I retired recently to spend more time writing, but still do a lot of tutoring. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all areas of Mathematics up and including STEP university entrance papers. - Tell me about your qualifications.
- Classes Children follow a programme, the starting point being determined by an initial assessment carried out in your own home. The basic programme is pure maths - from number recognition to GCSE algebra. It includes topics such as shape, time, measurement, area/perimeter, series, etc. We will also help with applied topics as required.
I approach each topic systematically to ensure that everything is understood. This means that the application of each topic is easy.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all subjects at KS1 and KS2 and English and History at KS3 and KS4. - Tell me about your qualifications. I am a qualified teacher. I have been a primary teacher all my working life. From 1996 - 2007 I was a headteacher and I have been a successful home-tutor since then. - How much do you charge? My basic hourly charge is £20.
Flexible maths tutoring to suit the needs of the student. Any school level can be catered for from primary school up to a-level and the tutoring will be tailored to meet the needs and learning methods and requirements of the student.
I am a sixth form student currently completing my A-levels and I will be able to provide Maths tutoring to those in GCSE years and younger. I will have a friendly approach because I am not a boring teacher in a classroom.
I am a very experienced teacher and mother of four, now grown up children. My passion is to teach children how to learn, rather than just what to learn.
Small group and private tuition means that I can easily identify the gaps in your learning that we need to cover. Progress during tuition sessions can therefore be quite rapid. I use real-life examples and problems wherever possible, to make the maths come alive and give easy ways to remember topics.
As a teacher and person, I am extremely friendly, approachable, enthusiastic and caring. Fun and humour are key ingredients to each of my lessons, although I value patience and empathy as some of the most important qualities in a teacher. While I hope to push students to do their very best and reach their full potential, I recognise that this means meeting different needs in different ways.
I teach through problem-solving. When you are stuck or uncertain I take you through the key concepts and open your eyes to techniques, shortcuts and applications that will help you answer questions efficiently and accurately. Working with me helps you build up a portfolio of exam-style solutions and facts sheets. I work with AQA, EDEXCEL and OCR resources.
I approach each lesson with an understanding of which topics are usually ones that students find difficult. Speaking to the student to find their areas for development and which subjects they are comfortable with. Reviewing completed old exam papers to fully identify which areas to work on.
My teaching methods are personalised towards the child. I ensure lessons are interesting, fun and have progression. I also work closely with the school to ensure the correct coverage of lessons is given. I am a primary school teacher with QTS, a BA Hons in Psychology and have taught privately for over 11 years.
I am a well-qualified and patient tutor with over 30 years' experience of home tuition and over 25 years' experience of teaching in primary and secondary schools, colleges and adult education. I enjoy teaching and helping my pupils become confident in maths.
My aim is to help students understand the various aspects of the subject, so as to fully understand what is required of them.
I'm happy to teach anyone who needs extra, one on one, or small group, assistance with: Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Environmental Sciences, Engineering or related subjects. In personal tutoring the teaching methods used reflect the individual needs of the student being taught, and what they're seeking to achieve.
I find it best to get to know the student and the best way they study, can use a variety of learning techniques.
Chris Street aims to make learning about the subjects he tutors enjoyable and fun. Chris builds confidence, knowledge & exam techniques in his students so that they are more likely to achieve their target grades. - Which subject(s) do you teach? At GCSE/IB, Chris Street tutors Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Core & Additional Science & Maths.
I teach with the pupil in mind and the progress to be made. My teaching incorporates methods suitable for the individual I am working with, scaffolding and extending where necessary and having high expectations. Objectives and outcomes are clear and well defined and alluded to throughout and at the end of the session.
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