My teaching method is very much dependent on the student. I find some students just need the confidence when completing problems and so here many example questions can be attempted and the student will have a safe space to ask those 'silly' questions, while others need more help conceptually.
I have been a good student and then a good teacher at a reputed institute in India. I am a product of reputed IITK. I have clarity so you will have clarity as simple as it can be.
I can teach physics subject from intermediate to iitjee level.My way of teaching is that i start any topic from basic and i can cover till jee level.During teaching period i will also cover H.C Verma because H.C.Verma is very helpful for jee exam.
Different approches are there depend on the student capability easy techniques to understand and some useful tricks are also there to overcome the difficulty.
Personally, I prefer teaching by helping students understand the fundamental connections between different parts of maths and physics, thus helping them gain a holistic understanding of the content covered. To that end, I personally design plans for each student in order to help them understand the content better.
Hi, I am looking to get into tutoring around Belfast in A-level/ GCSE physics or mathematical mechanics for A-level, or CGSE mathematics. I am also open to tutoring younger students. I would wish to follow an exam syllabus to ensure good grades can be achieved, but also focus on ensuring the understanding and consolation of increasingly complex ideas.
My teaching method is explanation, examples and practice.
Very student focused with individual direct monitoring, modeling, step by step practice, and assessment. Specific exam preparation using past exams.
In teaching I take the approach of forming a thorough and intuitive understanding of basic principles, using this as a basis from which more complex concepts are subsequently derived. I like to emphasise learning by application, using problems to practice and explore the material learned.
I am an A-level student, studying in Victoria College Belfast.I enjoy studying physics ,chemistry and maths. I am experienced to give lessons to primary and secondary pupils.I plan my lesson effectively, such that it renders the best content to the student.I generally modify the lesson in order to cater for specific requirements of the student.
At first, I love to draw the attention with something funny and original, something that will stay in the student's mind for some time (at least). Then, I give emphasis on understanding what are the weak points of each student, and thereafter I focus on strengthening them.
I value flexibility and effort above all things and so am very open to adapting my teaching method to suit a students needs or desires. That said, in my experience, the best way to learn math is to do lots and lots of math, so students should expect most lessons to contain a lot of worked examples and practice questions.
I feel the best way to teach maths is by repetition. this is because understanding the topic is the key to succeeding in it, and the best way to do this is to use the material to prepare, and practice.
For maths and physics, Questions and examples are your best friend. I explain a method to my students and talk them through how I would approach a question, then ask them to do the same for me.
My teaching method is especially giving lessons to the indiviual students and sometimes in groups near the exam time to give more attention to all the students and check them by taking exams in groups so that they don't feel hesitation in the final exam as they have already given exams in groups. So there would be no pressure of anything.
Throughout my time at university, I came to understand that I retained the subject matter more efficiently when my lecturers took in to consideration the needs of their students. They encouraged my classmates and me to ask questions. This is how we learn. I would like my students to do the same. Ask as many questions as you like.
According to me clearing topics or goal of subjects to student is very important . First tell students what we are going to learn and then explain concepts , basics of that subject. Explaining with examples is very important to clear doubts. I like questioning students to check his/her understanding of subjects. I believe in dedication and teaching them with kindness.
Hello, I am a recent Astrophysics graduate from Queens University Belfast and I want to help you with GCSE and A-level Mathematics and Physics in a relaxed and manageable way, tailored to the needs of each student. Before my degree I struggled with both subjects so I'm very familliar with how daunting maths and physics can be particularly when a deadline is approaching.
My name is Jayne, I am 24 and studied Electrical Engineering with a year of Computer Science. Math and Electronics can be simple! When there is only one right answer, finding the solution is a method that can be tailored to each individual and that is my approach to tutoring.
In class I don't act as I know everything. I'm a human being and simply no one knows everything, so if you come up with a question that I might not know I will research and use my university contacts to make sure you will get the best answer and result. Furthermore I think of us as friends not teacher and student; that way we can communicate and learn from each other more effectively.
I used to take class for students in university . Especially science in technology and application . I feel so proud to give knowledge to those who are in need of it . I wish to teach the kids the most, because they are the ones who need it most .
I am a recent Physics graduate and currently doing my TEFL course so that I can move to Japan next year as an English teacher. I can teach Physics and math up to a high level and mold the lessons to suit your needs. These can be in person or Online, the same goes for English lessons.
As I tutor math based questions, I believe it’s best to jump straight into questions as practice in these makes perfect I prefer to go through the curriculum topic by topic followed by past paper questions on each topic. That usually highlights the weaker topics to focus on in further questions.
I am third year Physics with Astrophysics student at Queen's University, Belfast. I tutor students in any year at Secondary School, particularly at GCSE, AS and A2 level. I will assess your current level of working and tailor our lessons to suit both your learning needs and the criteria laid down by the examination awarding bodies.
My teaching methodology encourages understand and thought of the problem before developing the solution.
My teaching method is focused on the student understanding the base principles and relating them to the world environment and industrial application. I can help with GCSE level life sciences and up to beech level maths and computing. Please get in touch for a free assessment and discounted rates.
The backbone of an Engineering degree is Mathematics, and I've found that sometimes an Engineering approach can provide an alternative way of thinking. I'm a very visual learner, so therefore am a very visual tutor. I find that breaking down long strings of algebra into small bites and understanding what maths is at play, can strengthen a young person's Maths foundation and help them progress.
I understand that different subjects, and indeed topics within a subject require different mechanisms for learning.
I am a 17 year old girl and currently study at St Dominic's Grammar School and have just completed my AS levels and have 10 GCSEs majority As and A*s and 1 B in religion. I have three AS levels with an A in CCEA Mathematics, C in Chemistry, and a C in Physics. Whilst studying my A-levels I improved my time management skills and can work well under pressure and with on the spot tasks.
I like to ensure everything required is covered. And go by what the person I am working with is finding difficult, helping to find rhymes and methods to help understand the topic. I work with memory aids and past papers.
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