My teaching method is very interactive. I like to give power point slides to my students so they know the fundamentals but then I consolidate the learning with questions / past exam questions.
Hello! My name is Travis Brooks, and I am a qualified trainer with a first class honours degree in Biomedical Science, as well as currently finishing a fast track post-graduate Medical degree at Imperial College London.
Got great grades in both Business and Physics at Level. I'd teach 1:1 ideally. I structure based on how the student feels they would learn best. Passionate about both subjects and I enjoy telling students how to do the subject. My best time of tuition is randomly weekdays and Sundays. My times during week can vary due to varying timetables of University.
I'm a Physics and Maths A Level student at Maiden Erlegh. Happy and willing to pass on my knowledge to any students in Reading who may need additional help to achieve their aspired GSCE grades in either subject. Happy to take on any level student.
My name is Lydia and I have graduated from doing both an International Baccalaureate and A levels. I teach anyone from the beginning of secondary school up to A level in Maths, Physics and Chemistry. If requested I can also teach French, Spanish and GCSE latin.
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 teach KS1, KS2, KS3, Literacy, Numeracy and GCSE Maths and Science. The subject is explained in a clear, logical and easy to understand manner, to reinforce what the student learnt at school. I prepare beforehand what is going to be covered.
I would give lessons to a GCSE level mostly as that is the most comfortable I am without research, however that does not stop me from teaching at a higher level. I often teach in a methodical manner, ensuring I proceed in a step-by-step manner, thoroughly explaining aspects along the way. This way I break down the overall topic in smaller digestible chunks.
I approach each topic by helping the student understanding and revising the basics, which can involve his general knowledge related to other modules. Conceptual and objective questions will be here to him having an autonomous approach to the concept. My aim will be to support him throughout this process by helping him and answering his questions. Before moving on some more abstract problems.
My teaching method is scientific or classical.I don't explain problems i give lifetime understanding. The first thing to know about me is that i am knowledgable ,experienced ,patient and a good person.
Hi, my name is David and I am an undergraduate Physics student at the University of Bath. I am on track I believe that the biggest struggle for many students is fully understanding concepts in maths and physics. I think that my calm and friendly manner can create an atmosphere to help children excel.
I have been a private tutor throughout my career and am flexible in my approach. I diagnose where the student is having difficulties and then target my discussions, and focus, to address these issues. I concentrate on understanding, applying, and tackling examination questions.
I am a PhD student at the University of Glasgow offering tutoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) subjects. In addition to previous academic degrees, I also have 6 years of industrial experience as a professional engineer. I use a goal-oriented problem solving approach to solidify subject fundamentals before extending to more complex concepts.
Establish organizational goals, performance objectives, guidelines and best practices. Psychosocial, practical and teaching support to children facing difficulties. Assessment of their needs, and continuous every day rearrangement of goals and countenance approaches. • Creating long-lasting trustful relationships with children and the staff. • Excellent inter-personal skills.
Why choose me? - I do hours of studying in my free time - I'm extremely passionate about what I teach. I'm not just doing this for the money - I'm friendly and easy-going.
I am a college student at Indian Institute Of Information Technology coached at Kota Rajasthan.I will like to share my knowledge with all my engineering aspirants currently studying in 11 and 12. I want to give knowledge about physics.Its a very simple subject bt first we have to grasp the concept and then go for the numericals.
Hello, I am a University Student studying Chemical Engineering. I hope that I can share my experiences in Maths and Sciences, from Primary to A-Levels. Given my experiences, I will teach you unique methods which you will love and be passionate about.
I like to understand the core of problem faced by student and help them understand the method. This allows students to be more confident in solving problems and getting better grades. The diagrams and adventurous examples add thrill to every physics concept.
I like to try to encourage students to take a slightly less procedural approach to their studies so that they can properly understand the material that they are working with, instead of just following steps that often seem confusing and are poorly explained.
My name is Harry Dagnall, I am a recent Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of Sheffield. I have been tutoring Maths, Physics, English and Biology online for the past six months. My teaching style is relaxed and encouraging, I try to allow students to work things out for themselves instead of feeding them the answers.
As a Student myself, I understand the steps to take in order to succeed. I have been tutoring maths and physics to GCSE, A-Level and first-year undergraduate students. I follow the student's syllabus and tailor each lesson to each student's needs.
I tutor and teach on the basis of understanding, practise, fostering growth and development. There is no magic bullet, to make the process quicker, guarantee results, or provide short cuts. I use simple, student-focused, developmental process, looking at mental, physical psychological wellbeing.
I teach up-till Secondary Level. Every student is accessed for their weak areas and then I try to make them understand every topic with help of practical demonstrations. Everyday i give small do-able tasks, based upon daily lessons which helps them learn and to gain confidence in subject.
My teaching will always be adapted to how you learn best, and I will always aim for us both to enjoy the lesson! I take into account your existing knowledge, your levels of confidence and enthusiasm in the subject, and your goal - whether that is exam grade based or otherwise. I encourage learning through investigation, application of ideas and problem solving.
I am teaching GCSE and A level Physics students and my lessons generally last for an 1.5 hours. My approach is to spend 70% of the lesson explaining a particular topic and the remaining time guiding the student in completing exercises (generally past paper exercises).
I am 16 years old and have just taken my Physics GCSE. As a result of this I know the structure of the GCSE, and also hot topics which are likely to reappear in the next few years. I can tailor my teaching to the students learning and make sure we are moving at the correct pace to ensure the knowledge can be retained over a long- time.
My teaching method is based on techniques not found in populars of books on teaching technqiues, the craft I learned while being a student that what it takes for a teacher to get into their brains and make them click about the thing I intend to teach them.
I think it is important for each student's learning to be approached individually and adapt to however they learn most efficiently e.g visually, practically, repetition etc. I adapt to whatever the area the student is weakest in or lacks resources in e.g a certain topic, new theory notes more practice questions etc. For both Physics and Maths we would work through past papers and example questions.
No-one learns from a teacher that rambles, but doesn't actually teach you how to apply anything whatsoever! As a result, I plan on being concise as possible and teaching my tutee's how to apply the topic talked about to whatever exam they are taking.
All my lessons are delivered as presentations to help the student visualise the content. In addition, I provide a work sheet and a set of GCSE's past exam questions on the subject of each lesson. I encourage students to answer as many questions as they can, so that they are well prepared to get the most marks from each question.
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