I think the best way is to discover the student's learning style, as everyone is different. From there I can adapt my approach based on what comes most naturally to each student, but I think regular repetition is important for virtually everyone and making sure the student participates as much as possible and has their own input rather than the teacher speaking all the time.
I do not believe there is a single formula or method to teach students because there is just so much individual variance and I cannot in good faith give details of a teaching methodology. However, understanding the students abilities, likes and dislikes and thought process are things i use to build a system that helps the student achieve their goals.
My approach is pupil focused. I will adapt to the needs of the learner.My aproach will assess where a pupil is at. Then work on how best to help the pupil make progress. I also hope to enspire passion for science learning in the pupil.
I am adaptable to the tutoring desires of each student and would tailor my teaching accordingly. I can offer specific exam technique targeted tutoring for the science subjects, breaking down how to do past paper questions as I have always found this the method for exam success. If an understanding of the theory is the primary issue, I can break subjects down and start from first principles.
The key to teaching I believe is ensuring the student feels comfortable asking any question to improve there understanding. Its important to have several methods to explain a concept and I find visual aids to be a useful tool to engage people when learning. Furthermore by breaking the task down into smaller, manageable ideas it is easier to grasp a large concept.
I am female and in my mid-30s I have been studying with the Open Uni for 4 years now towards a degree in Astronomy and Planetary Sciences covering a wide range of subjects with very good grades. I have 2 years left to finish my degree. I am willing to help other students of any age range that are in need of a little to a lot of help.
Enthusiastic, knowledgeable and qualified to teach all areas of the New Primary Curriculum, I provide interesting and engaging lessons designed to appeal to children aged between 5 and 11. I strongly believe that all children can progress given the right environment, and am pleased to be able to facilitate this.
I nearly always begin a topic by reference to real-life applications from the world of engineering and /or day to day machines. Once I have established how something works I then go to describe/define the actual Physics being used. I make as much use of pictures and graphs (when appropriate) or if a student is mathematically inclined I refer to equations.
I help A level, GCSE students who want to achieve the best grades they can in maths/science-based subjects. I like to work through questions in order to identify what skills need improving. I like to try and explain difficult-to-remember or understand concepts by simplifying them into fun mnemonics.
I am currently an intern with GE Aviation and a MSc Software Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. I've completed my BSc in Aerospace Engineering with an addition Minor in Applied Mathematics.
I am an undergraduate student in Physics at Imperial College London, having just finished 2nd year the structure and content of the exams you are taking are still fresh in my mind. My lessons are tailored to suit the individual, whether you want to go over content taught in class or try practice questions with a little guidance.
I am passionate about science in general, and physics in particular. I find it easy to communicate this enthusiasm to others. I am convinced of the profound role of education in the creation and preservation of a just society. I have an empathic and sympathetic personality. I value diversity of experience and viewpoints, and respect the competence and skills of others.
Hi, I am a student currently in Lower Sixth (y12) studying maths, further maths, Spanish and physics. At GCSE, I achieved 11 A*s and 2 As. These include A*s in Maths, Further maths, Additional maths, and an A in Further Pure maths. I can give lessons up to gcse in Maths, sciences, Music, Spanish and French. I can also teach Maths up to an AS level.
A mature student currently at the Open University I am well versed in online tutorials. My lessons are light-hearted but informative. Approaching problems from another angle can give great insight. Studying should be fun. Anyone looking to improve their Math,physics or studying towards GCSE's would benefit from my tutorials.
I have a very good understanding of the national curriculum and an excellent knowledge of all the subjects I teach. With that I can go into as much and as little detail as needed. I always find a way of linking subjects together and I break everything down to a simple explanations.
I try to cater to the students needs, by understanding their strengths and finding ways to relate their favourite subjects to Core subjects. I tutor primary right the way through to Alevel. I also tutor Music plus the flute, piano and voice.
mathematics covered between primary to a-level / level 3, including algebra, trigonometry, calculus and statistics and more. These sessions are taught to the students pace and with visual and real world applications. Physics covered between primary to a-level / level 3, including mechanics, electromagnetism, nuclear radiation and more.
I was often recognised for my tutoring in school as I spent a lot of time helping younger students who struggled with sciences and maths. I have just finished my A Levels and am starting an Engineering Apprenticeship at The Dyson Institute. I teach by asking questions and making you think for yourself. I often won’t tell you the answer if you ask me something.
I will adapt to the your needs to find out the best way for you to learn. We can focus on specific areas or give all round help. Effective learning is enhanced by a positive experience so I will strive to make lessons fun and interesting.
Firstly, I am an A level student studying Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics and History (I know, an odd deviation but I love it). I achieved 12 A*s at GCSE level and decided that I should probably help others study for their GCSEs by educating them in the various methods I used while also learning myself, news ways to study and educate.
Recieved 1st class masters degree from cambridge university in physics. Teach maths and physics from AS to undergraduate level, and can also assist with entrance exams. In lessons I like the student to direct to particular areas where there are problems that can be worked through together, but am also happy to give introductions to topics or overviews.
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