My teaching method is based on each topic's difficulty and I try to use my own relevant and useful books and notes which gave me a success
-I teach lessons to GCSE and A-level students. -Topic explanations and conceptual understanding aim to first be met in lessons through visualization diagrams followed by examples of their applications in real life and finishing off with some example past paper questions. -I rely on making sure students gain a deep understanding of concepts rather than regurgitating notes and equations.
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.
I believe that education should be an enjoyable experience which enables you to reach your potential. I use a variety of interesting real-world examples to explain topics and bring lessons back to planet Earth. Whether you are just starting secondary school, cramming GCSEs or studying A-levels, my lessons will be tailored to suit your specific needs and learning styles.
I have a relaxed and friendly teaching style which, from previous experience, encourages the student to become more engaged with the subject. I have a strong subject knowledge which allows me to be flexible in my approach to ensure that I am able to meet the needs of the student(s).
As a fully qualified secondary school science teacher my methodology is structured and includes regular assessment. We can study entire topics or pin point areas of weakness. Following this, I follow up with assesssment to check understanding as well as the ability to access all marks available in a mark scheme e.g. six mark question practice.
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 method focuses on truly understanding the content by filling in the gaps and then focusing on exam based questions and practice. The exam based practice will include resources that are emailed prior and after the lesson.
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 don't like to just teach students content, instead I focus on helping them understanding the information and learn how to apply it effectively to questions. I believe every person is different and their learning styles are just as unique, so I will tailor my tutoring to suit you.
I am studying straight physics at the University of Bristol. I'm currently in first year after achieving A*AA in my A-levels in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry respectively. My main teaching methods involve problem solving and helping students logically work through exam papers and questions logically. I am patient and can communicate well.
My teaching method is to work slowly through all of the basic parts of my subject, because while I believe you can take short cuts to learn things in the end you do not acquire the understanding needed for harder questions that may be asked later on in papers.
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 love challenging myself to breaking down a concept or module into smaller and simpler terms for the tutee to digest. I have received feedback from tutees saying that I can make what seemed very difficult to becoming very easy.
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.
Actually I am a Fashion Designer. But, I am a geek of the maths ... So much that I reached the final of the national math championship in Spain when I was in my last year of ESO (GCSE). In the end, I did not win because the last test was "logical" and I'm not good at it.
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 believe that mathematical subjects are best learnt and internalised through constant practice and lots of revision. Having said that, if the subject matter is not understood to begin with, then there isn't anything to revise! My method is therefore to teach abstract mathematical and physical concepts through worked examples.
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.
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.
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