MSc in Biology (Integrative-Biosciences) from University of Oxford with more than 7 years of tutoring experience offering my first lesson absolutely free. I give the tutoring according to student needs and capabilities. I give students the work plan to reach A grades. I tutor Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths from KS2 upto A-levels.
My approach to teaching is usually student-led with focussing on their areas of weakness. This may involve teaching and covering theory and/or helping improve their application skills by practicing exam questions. I encourage students to link knowledge from different areas together to consolidate their understanding.
my teaching method is to approach leaning in a fun and understandable way, even if you have understood something I have said, I will repeat it in a simpler way to make sure it stays with you. I expect you to put in work. if you put in work, I will put in 10 times as much work.
I think the best way to learn, is through conversation. Especially with a heavy content subject like biology, the best way that I revised and memorised my materials during my degree was through talking to my friends about it. Despite the vast amount of memorising required, there is beauty in biology.
I am a Biochemist, currently doing a Masters at Imperial College London in Cellular and Molecular Bioscience. I have previously tutored at A-Level and GCSE and did the IB myself! We will use the first free lesson to decide what aims you have and what structure works best for you.
My 'teaching method' depends heavily on the student, who they are, how confident they are and what they're aiming to learn/struggling to understand. Firstly I want to understand the curriculum that the students themselves are studying at school so I can base my own tutoring to reflect this. I want to make sure each session helps students understand a key element of the topic being studied.
I love to help children find their passions and motivate them to achieve their potential. I do this through fun, engaging yet challenging activities. The brain is a muscle and it needs to be exercised, therefore I like to stretch my students and encourage them to develop their own independence through autonomous learning.
Whilst my expertise is in virology and infectious diseases, I am an enthusiastic tutor of microbiology and biological science. As such I am open to tutoring students through their Biology GCSE, AS, or A Levels, as well as those completing their undergraduate degrees in biological science, microbiology, or biochemistry.
Hi! I have a PhD in vaccine development from Imperial College London and have also completed an MSc in Immunology and a BSc (Hons) in Infectious Diseases. I am due to start the graduate entry medicine course at Imperial this Autumn after also working there as a post-doctoral scientist.
Differentiated techniques are used to teach the students such as highlighted notes, mindmaps, mnemonics and the Roman Room technique. The Roman Room technique is an ancient and effective way of remembering unstructured information where the relationship of items of information to other items of information is not important. It functions by imagining a room (e.g. your sitting room or bedroom).
My teaching method is very simple, i try to explain complex things in a most simple way so even the most mediocre students wont feel left out. I also include videos, self drawn diagrams, hand made notes to explain things to my students.
Hello, my name is Emma, a Cambridge Natural Sciences Biology graduate. I make sure to tailor my tutoring approach to each student. My overall goal however, is to make sure the pupil fully understand the information first and then I encourage growth by choosing questions that will stretch their use of this information.
I work by giving handouts and going through them thoroughly with the student to ensure they understand what is being taught. I then give "homework" based on the lesson and will mark it according to your exam-boards criteria. I can also adjust my teaching methodology to best suit the student based on their learning preferences.
We learn theory at school but often the teachers don’t explain what this is relevant to in the real world. But this relevance is exactly why we study and educate our children, because we want them to be fully prepared for the real world.
Excellent resources provided and topics clearly explained. Exam question practice.
I like to use varied teaching methods depending on how the student learns best. Learning isn’t just about taking in knowledge, it’s about making a subject fun and interesting. Using videos and diagrams to aid the teaching experience are just some ways I help my students to visualise what they learn. Everyone learns at their own pace and some topics can be harder to grasp than others.
My teaching method is simple, anyone can understand more complex theories as long as they have a goo base knowledge. To that end I strive to ensure that my students have a firm comprehension of the basics of a subject before moving onto the more advanced levels.
I'm a recent university graduate (Zoology BSc from UCL), and a big believer that anyone can understand any concept, given enough time and a teacher that understands a 'one lesson plan suits all' approach is not the best way. I am very familiar with the subject matter and examination techniques of GCSE and A-level biology, having recently made my way through the education system.
My lessons are centred around topics my students find particularly challenging. I begin by running through the content, using textbooks or YouTube videos as aides. I then run through example and past paper questions with the students, followed by model answers to improve their exam technique.
I base my teaching on the belief that every individual is an INDIVIDUAL. Not every topic comes easy to everyone. My approach to teaching biology encompasses breaking down topics which you may find difficult into smaller sub-topics, which are much easier to comprehend. This allows easy understanding of a once complicated topic simply by breaking it down into manageable sections.
I can give lessons to a range of stages of learning - Standards/GCSE/Highers/A-levels/Degree As I am new to tutoring I do not have a set methodology, but this means I can test out different styles and see what best suits for the student and for myself.
I aim to engage students with the subject matter, teaching them the skills necessary to learn independently and efficiently. I teach comprehensive through various mediums rather than memorization as my previous students have faired strongly when faced with new problems. I aim to teach my students skills that give them a holistic prospective and can utilised in various ways throughout their lives.
I personalise my teaching to the needs of the student so that we cover something they are particularly struggling with to make the most of the time spent together. I like to ask lots of questions to actively involve the student and keep them engaged. This also helps them to really think about the concept and understand it rather than just learn it.
As an A level higher student now, i have came to the conclusion its easier to like a subject when you understand it. Within my lessons i will focus on different areas the student finds difficult and cannot get their head around and explain the logic and explanations to show a reasoning for the certain subject.
My teaching style is to address the gaps in the student's knowledge first and foremost through two-way communication. I try to find what the student most needs help with, and then work from there in a targeted manner.
My teaching methodology is three fold: 1. Create a safe space. In my lessons, there may be incorrect answers, but there are no stupid ones. My lessons are a safe space to explore and grow in your knowledge of the subject, without fear of judgment.
I am able to teach primary, GCSE and A-Level Biology to students of all abilities. I will tailor my lessons according to the student's confidence in their subject and work through the advised textbooks in a systematic manner to ensure a thorough understanding that they can take away and utilise in class.
I like to provide an application based approach to all the lessons. I would break down tougher concepts to easier forms to make them easily understandable. I would use lot of pictures and presentations.
My approach to teaching is the build on theoretical principals and support them with practical exercises. I will personalise the lessons based on your interests and goals.
Having an international upbringing, I am flexible with different types of learning. I like to begin my lessons by grasping the student's level of understanding, filling gaps in their knowledge by going through concepts that they are having trouble with, and end by testing their knowledge through a small quiz that I would prepare beforehand.
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