My teaching method usually involves setting a set of very relevant exercises and then working through the questions related to them. I think the best way to learn the theory is by practising and at the same time my previous experience showed me that everything should be explained thoroughly.
My teaching method is very thorough and includes going over topics until my students understand the subject inside out rather than superficially. This makes their performance in exams and tests far higher and improves their confidence in school. I like to find out more about each student and how they enjoy learning, adapting my techniques to fit how their brain works.
Before lessons begin I ask for your exam board so that I can prepare material based on the most recent specification. Lessons occur topic by topic so that there is an easy to follow structure to lessons. Initially, we run through the material and identify areas of strength and weakness.
I base my lessons on solving sample papers with students and guiding them towards the correct answer. My lessons are mainly targeted at GCSE and A-Level maths students but I am willing to help others if interested. I can also offer preparation for other exams.
I am a private tutor specialising in online tuition via skype in mathematics and the physical sciences. I am willing to provide ongoing tuition or one-off tailored revision sessions, depending on the needs of the students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics and physics, from primary school up to A-level, plus university-level Physics. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I believe in lots of practice, and explaining things from the fundamentals, so that my students can have a thorough understanding of the concept. No question is a silly question. I am a very easy-going person and so the lessons should not be stressful. I want you to enjoy learning.
I believe the most important thing when teaching is making sure the student understands why he should learn about a particular topic. Showcasing the practical applications of the theory to motivate studying it is crucial. I'd like to teach A-Level students and first-year undergrads.
I think it is very important to form a good relationship with my students, regardless of the level at which they are being taught. I am a very social and sporty person, and so I know how different a lesson can feel when being delivered in a more friendly and comfortable environment - I also have the skills to ensure the lesson is very productive and useful despite this.
I let the student lead. While guiding them, I experiment with the student and attempt to understand what learning style works for them. I find visual representation to be most effective.
My teaching method is to focus on true understanding of concepts rather than rote memorisation, so will introduce new topics and guide students through a few examples, getting them to talk through each step and eventually to explain the concept to me themselves.
I give lessons to those of varying abilities, from GCSE students to undergraduates. I formulate a tutorial to suit individual needs and levels of ability. In almost every case the tutorials are structured to compliment the curriculum and focus strongly on potential exam questions.
I’m really enthusiastic about technology and have decided to pursue a degree and a career within Computer Science for that reason. This also makes me enthusiastic about the flexibility and teaching possibilities within online education. As such, I would like to tutor others online, using online tools and webcam to provide an immersive experience without physical presence.
Totally up to you! Tell me your learning preference and I’ll try my best to tailor it to your liking.
In my studies at school I have gained a good understanding of the types of lessons that pupils find engaging and productive, which I aim to give. My typical lesson would comprise of a short introduction to the topic followed by exploring several worked examples until a complete understanding of the topic has been reached.
1. I explain the fundamental concepts and theories using solved examples 2. I choose carefully approriate problems and questions matching the students level 3. The student has to solve TEST and Problems with or without my help 4. I summarize the learning contents and give material and test material 5.
I mostly teach science at a secondary school level (KS3, GCSE, A-level). Making my lessons interactive is something I strive for, because I know full well that you can't learn anything from being talked at.
I generally go topic by topic, following topics that are done in school while ensuring that you are always at pace or ahead of the class. Otherwise, my teaching style is flexible with regards to homework, and I adapt it often as I learn more about you, the student.
My teaching method is to combine both fun and educational together, to give your children the best experience of studying
I have a very flexible approach and structure my lessons around the needs of the individual, whether it be help understanding difficult concepts in a subject, or developing techniques in effectively applying the subject to numerical problems. I am a friendly and enthusiastic teacher committing to helping students get the most out of their education.
I always found it easier to learn things when I had the bigger picture of things. I try to explain why we are doing things and motivate my students to learn for themselves. I am very question-based and try to lead the student to the answer instead of just stating the answer. My session usually run in three parts.
I think the following skills help me to be a good tutor: patience, enthusiasm for the subjects I teach, an ability to explain concepts so that they are more easily understandable, and making sure that the student does the majority of 'doing' during tutor sessions.
My teaching method is a pupil-centered, discussion-based one. I base my classes on real-life examples. I approach each topic by paying attention to finer details which are often missed out in textbooks.
I am currently at university, and am happy to help students in school (mathematics and science being my specialities). My general method is to explain a topic to students (using examples) before taking any questions. I then ask the student to complete some questions to check their understanding, addressing any issues they are having with the topic.
I have over 15 years tutoring experience. I have been a qualified Science Teacher since 2006 and have gained experience teaching in several schools in the UK and have also experienced teaching in the Middle East. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach both maths and science at KS3 level. All three sciences at GCSE level and both chemistry and biology at A level.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the following subjects with the levels braketed afterwards: Maths (GCSE/GCE A-levels/AEA/STEP), Further Maths (GCSE/GCE A-levels), Physics (GCSE/GCE A-levels/AEA), Economics (GCSE/GCE A-levels/AEA), For your information, AEA means Advanced Extension Award while STEP means Sixth Term Examination Papers. - Tell me about your qualifications.
My sessions are always tailored to make them personal to the individual student. This may involve a concentration on central concepts, exam technique, or knowledge outside the scope of their course. Most important to me is that we take the sessions at the students own pace so that they always understand the principles.
I do not only teach but I always try to share my passion for the topics I am teaching. My students learn to solve their questions on the topics but they also learn to love the subject. A good mood and curiosity always improves the understanding.
I am a second year undergraduate studying law at Cambridge University; I tutor primary and secondary school students. I encourage students to attempt the harder aspect of the topic, after which I will work with them to see where they went wrong.
I do my best to base my teaching style around what the student's learning style is. I naturally group subjects together based on themes or techniques required to deal with them. I tend to make heavy use of visual learning styles, with pictures for context and graphs for reference and helping develop intuition.
My teaching relies on the socratic method, which includes practise and questions based on the exam board ciriculum. I acknowledge that each student learns differently and so tailor my methodology to the preferences of the student. I have had the best experience with a 60:40 split between content and exam technique.
To be sure of the quality concerning our physics tutors and their lessons, we collect the reviews of former students in Cambridge.
These reviews are authentic and guaranteed by Superprof.
Perfect! My experience with Lauren has been amazing. She's very disponibile, professional, fast and helpful. I would recommend to anyone looking for perfection! Thank you again Lauren, my physics project has been perfect with your help. Best regards, Davide...
Thousands of tutors can teach you Physics,
find private lessons close to Cambridge.
Pick your own coach to help you learn physics. Superprof will help you to find the most relevant tutor: we put together all the teachers skilled in physics in Cambridge and close by.
Whether at home or in a classroom, take advantage of the close supervision in Cambridge by an experienced tutor. Improve your grades or your performance, refine your accent, work better and more efficiently with someone guiding you.