My teaching method usually involves setting a set of very relevant exercises and then working through the questions related to them. I think the best way to learn the theory is by practising and at the same time my previous experience showed me that everything should be explained thoroughly.
I believe in lots of practice, and explaining things from the fundamentals, so that my students can have a thorough understanding of the concept. No question is a silly question. I am a very easy-going person and so the lessons should not be stressful. I want you to enjoy learning.
I think it is very important to form a good relationship with my students, regardless of the level at which they are being taught. I am a very social and sporty person, and so I know how different a lesson can feel when being delivered in a more friendly and comfortable environment - I also have the skills to ensure the lesson is very productive and useful despite this.
My approach to teaching is using the Montessori method. I enjoy working with groups of multiage children.
I intend on using books, videos and PowerPoint as my teaching method. I learned a lot through watching videos and through practicing exercises on the discussed topics of the day.
My most successful students have found my concept-based approach helpful. Often, the most challenging areas of GCSE/A-Level courses require a more descriptive and intuitive approach, rather than brute text-book learning. I plan lessons around class work my students are undertaking, to best compliment their learning.
My teaching method is specific to the preference of the individual I am dealing with, I understand that everyone is unique and I am willing to adapt to the different individuals.
My teaching method is to focus on true understanding of concepts rather than rote memorisation, so will introduce new topics and guide students through a few examples, getting them to talk through each step and eventually to explain the concept to me themselves.
I give lessons to those of varying abilities, from GCSE students to undergraduates. I formulate a tutorial to suit individual needs and levels of ability. In almost every case the tutorials are structured to compliment the curriculum and focus strongly on potential exam questions.
I can either offer systematic topic of topic going through GCSE, A-level or undergrad chemistry course. Or alternatively, I can help you to condense materials and to understand chemistry concepts for exams. Either way, I work more as a coach that tailor suit your learning style.
My teaching method is adjusted to each individeal student, depending on their strengths and weaknesses. I aim to improve students' marks across the board in a variety of subjects rather than just the one they think they need the most help with.
1. I explain the fundamental concepts and theories using solved examples 2. I choose carefully approriate problems and questions matching the students level 3. The student has to solve TEST and Problems with or without my help 4. I summarize the learning contents and give material and test material 5.
I believe that A levels should be about more than just learning facts, and make an effort to ensure that the student understands the context to the material they're learning. This understanding is backed up with extensive practice of past exam questions, with detailed feedback to make sure that they're 100% comfortable with the topic, and won't be in for a shock when it comes to exam time.
I always found it easier to learn things when I had the bigger picture of things. I try to explain why we are doing things and motivate my students to learn for themselves. I am very question-based and try to lead the student to the answer instead of just stating the answer. My session usually run in three parts.
I think the following skills help me to be a good tutor: patience, enthusiasm for the subjects I teach, an ability to explain concepts so that they are more easily understandable, and making sure that the student does the majority of 'doing' during tutor sessions.
My teaching method is a pupil-centered, discussion-based one. I base my classes on real-life examples. I approach each topic by paying attention to finer details which are often missed out in textbooks.
I do not only teach but I always try to share my passion for the topics I am teaching. My students learn to solve their questions on the topics but they also learn to love the subject. A good mood and curiosity always improves the understanding.
My approach to tutoring is centred around each student. Rather than just providing information, I focus on helping the student build on their existing knowledge to confidently grasp the whole subject. I guide students through the course to gain a better understanding. There's no easy fix to learning a subject, so I bring this together with strategies for revising beyond the lessons.
My classes follow the specification in order to cover all parts of the course. In the first lesson, I work with the student to set out a plan such that we work through the course at their pace while leaving time for practice and revision at the end. Before lessons, I prepare a set of concise notes and relevant past paper questions.
Practicing a topic or a concept and build confidence Practicing problem solving skills
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