I offer lessons to A-level standard students and below, focusing on Maths, Further Maths and Physics. My teaching methods involve setting students a challenging question and working through it with them, allowing them to develop the problem-solving skills required in higher education.
My teaching methods are mostly student lead (by that i mean focusing on their needs). I like to break down complicated things in to their simplest form and explaining them in a way that make sense for everyone and differentiated to cater for everyone.
-Are run online using a fully interactive and easy to use online classroom. -Are well planned which means better and and happier learning. -Include either an overview or more detailed study of the topic, followed by assessment using various methods including past paper exam questions.
Available to teach all sciences up to GCSE and chemistry / biochemistry to A-level. I use folklore and intriguiging contexts to engage students to master the fundamentals. I will help you to exceed your target grade by writing what examiners expect.
Each topic is approached differently and adjusted to your specific needs. In general, I start by introducing the subject in an attempt to depict its utility. Afterward follows a review of the theory step-by-step with logic coherence - here is where most of the questions will come up. Continuing, I proceed with getting our hands on some exercises.
I understand that people learn in different ways and there are different learning barriers for each student. I focus on getting to know my students and understanding their personal interests, strengths and learning barriers. I aim to provide a relaxed learning environment with engaging lessons incorporating different teaching styles and methods that are tailored to the needs of each student.
I am a big believer in analogies. Once I find a fitting analogy that makes sense to my student I can make the most complex of topics fun, engaging and easily understood! All while keeping a close eye on the curriculum to ensure relevance.
My teaching style encourages students to draw links between key ideas, always returning to the fundamental concepts in order to develop an understanding of the theory, rather than learning by rote. I check understanding by having students try exam-style questions every lesson. I believe that encouraging students to learn from their own mistakes enables them to learn more quickly.
I teach the concept of the topic which enables the Learner to answer any questions, no matter how it is written! Also, I must, first, find out the Learning style which suits the Learner, then plan my Lesson in a way which makes the Learner remember the topic they learned.
I like to equip students with the resources and strategies to develop the skills of problem solving required for these subjects. Lessons can involve support with school homeworks or clarifying content covered by teachers. I can provide suggestions of where students can find different type of question practice to push themselves.
I aim to develop a greater understanding of each topic so that the pupil can start thinking about problems the right way. I will start by seeing what areas the student struggles with and where i can help the most, that may be exam prep or a refreshing look at old work.
I start by meeting the student and parents for an informal 45 minute discussion free of charge. Then the work begins - a mixture diagnosis and prioritising work accordingly with an emphasis of the student completing a range of questions.
I am a first year student at the University of Bristol who is able to tutor Maths at primary to A Level, I got an A* in Maths in both GCSE and A Level and as I have just finished coming through the educational system feel I have an advantage at being able to relate and explain concepts in a similar way to how students would be taught at school.
I'm a Maths and Science Scholar, Going into A-Levels With a Maths Scholarship. I am aiming to give lessons to people trying to pass GCSEs or KS3 Exams. I will begin with the basics and then build up to the more advanced mathematics slowly and carefully monitoring the progress of students.
I adapt my teaching style to meet pupils’ needs, priding myself on my ability to think quickly, flexibly and outside the box where helpful. A typical lesson with me involves discussing ideas closely in relation to current schoolwork whilst also asking and answering more complex, tangential questions.
Your first tutoring sessions will start by establishing what you want to achieve from the sessions – what exam you’re preparing for, what you already know and what topics you want to cover. It’ll also give us a chance to get to know each other a bit! Before each session, I will prepare specific material for the tutee – what areas I like to cover and how.
My teaching method would vary according to the aims and learning style of the student. Generally, I would aim to instill a strong overall understanding of the topic while also working through exam papers in order to become familiar with the question style and so that the student follows the expected method.
I am a second year civil engineering student at the University of Bristol. I teach young children maths and physics, whether they are looking to pass an 11+ or just expand their knowledge. I work through example questions and use diagrams to explain the concepts.
I am 19 so I am looking for students who are between 10 and 15, as I think my methodology would suit them better. I try explaining the concepts in different ways so they can be really understood and them I suggest that the student practices by himself, so we can later solve problems that may arise when the student is working on his own.
I have found the best way to teach people is to give examples and go through questions with the student. Then lots of practise to really nail each part and this helps to remember it. However, I am aware that many people learn in different ways and I am very capable of recognising this and adapting to the individual student.
Hi, im a second year student studying Physics at the University of Bristol, happy to tutor Maths and Physics topics at A-Level and GCSE. I know what it's like to be in the lead up to exams and have those two or three topics that I just couldn't get my head round, and at those points, tutors made a huge difference for me.
Typical lesson plan: 1. Review exercise questions that students attempted at home 2. Teach a new chapter/ concept using simple explanation and graphs 3. Answer any questions students have on the topic 4. Work on some exercise questions together and understand what the examiners want 5.
I plan to ask in advance what areas you wish to cover over what period, so I can organise a timetable to cover everything you desire (or we can play it by ear and go through the work you have covered in school week by week!).
My teaching method involves staying close to the specification to ensure all necessary knowledge is learnt, but also trying to get students to gain a deeper, genuine understanding of the ideas. I also like to coach them in answering exam questions concisely to ensure full marks, resulting in excellent performance in exams.
I am a first year biology student at the university of Bristol. I studied biology, maths and physics at a-level, achieving high grades in all three. I believe in a calm approach to teaching and engaging the interest of my tutees to enhance creativity and enjoyment surrounding the subject.
I am an Undergraduate studying Mechanical Engineering at the Univeristy of Bristol. I can give lessons to Students of any level and understanding up to A level. I studied Maths, Physics and Design and Technology for A Level as well as Economics for AS.
I got 99% in ALevel Maths, I did C1234, M123 ,S12 and FP123 and ALevel Physics was 93%. I have limited experience teaching and I want to get more experience by offering lessons at lower prices. I would like to teach hard working students aiming for higher grades.
My teaching method is mainly based on the Task Based Learning approach, in which the topic is introduced and then the pupil's understanding is developed through the completion of tasks, as I find the most effective form of learning is applying the target knowledge.
My style of teaching is focused on process of learning rather than on the correctness of the answer. One important thing I have learned along the way is to be patient and provide appropriate 'think' time. Ask leading questions to help students learn and understand the material. Also, relate successful study strategies to the tutee.
Having recently completed my A levels, I know how tough they can be. My best methodology would be working on foundational skills in maths and physics and then building on them to tackle the harder topics of the course.
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