My teaching method is largely based off my own revision technique, often involving a variety of known sources including online webinars and textbooks to which I then create my own revision tools. A typical lesson would often involve close attention to syllabus areas, breaking down the content and linking ideas together which is crucial for exam technique.
I belive that I have a unique style of studying/teaching that is going to actualy be functional rather than trying to go over 1000 flash cards the night of a test. I am very confident with numbers and can help you understand them rather than than fear them. I can help you approach number differently, to be able to visualise them and help with the tricky problem solving questions.
I will try to explain the main concept in the subject as if we understand the concept then we can remember it easily. I will make sure the child completes his studies and gets good grade. Other curricular activities are also important to a child , i will make sure they are active in other activities as a friend.
My method is simple. First of all, I take my time to understand the student's strength and weakness and then take it from there. This enables me to know the best approach applicable as different tutees have unique capabilities, but in the end success is a common factor they all share.
I am a qualified Science teacher and chemistry specialist. I have taught chemistry, biology, physics and maths at GCSE and Chemistry and BTEC science at A level. I will tutor secondary students, GCSE, A level and Undergraduate students. I will focus a lot around applying knowledge and lots of questions, to get you to come to answers with hints along the way.
my teaching methodology is the classical hand written notes, open to as many questions to ensure full and deep understanding, sometimes teaching beyond spec so children are two steps ahead, my values are 'it's not how much you know but how well you now it'.
Hi, I am a recent MSc Drug Chemistry graduate from Newcastle University with Distinction. I am hoping to offer tutoring mainly in Organic, Inorganic, Analytical and Physical Chemistry. All discoveries in science were made because of the curious minds and the scientists' interests in the topic.
My method of teaching varies depending on the student, as I believe each person learns differently. I approach lessons in a variety of ways from discussing topics and slowing building up ideas by allowing the student to piece things together themselves, to using past paper questions and practice questions in the textbook/on the internet.
My teaching method is to get the students to a point where they can understand the material and give them the confidence to work further in studying it on their own. I come from a sporting background where practice is the key to development and for the student they take the responsibility to put in the hours themselves studying.
I aproach each topics by delivering the key facts/main points first and then build up on each topic with challenging questions which will require the application of the knowledge learned so that the students fully understand the topic. Additionally, I like to start with the basics and build up the difficulty level to push a students ability.
There are many difficult topics and areas to understand in both Maths and Chemistry and it can be very frustrating for a student when he/she doesn't get how to do it first time. My methods of teaching involve deeper understanding, teaching the student the essential information or technique which will allow them to apply this in any scenario or question.
I am second year pharmacy student at the University of Sunderland. I am able to tutor high school students of any age of class in chemistry and other related sciences except physics. I offer a well structured and easy mode of learning as I do enjoy that myself.
I am a gap year student who achieved A Level grades of A*A*A in English Literature, Maths and Chemistry in Summer 2017. I aim to make my lessons more relaxed than those in the classroom, but more focused on exam technique and how to make the most of every mark in the exam paper in order to achieve the highest grade possible.
I will begin by having a brief discussion with students as to where they think they are within their course, what their strengths and weaknesses are, what they find most interesting and enjoyable and which areas they do not enjoy.
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