I am a qualified chemistry teacher with industrial experience. I have taught a wide age range of children, who have enjoyed the sessions and been enthused to find out more for themselves. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach general science to younger students, focussing on chemistry and physics at GCSE and chemistry at A-level. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am willing to provide lessons up to A Level. To start, I will make sure I am first familiar with each student's exam board. I will then begin with the absolute basics and make sure students have a clear understanding of the subject area as it is broken down before going more in-depth.
Teaching is a learned process but the process of imparting humans is intuitive and charismatic per se. Although people go to learn how to teach but there are people who find it easier to communicate what they know without going to learn how it could be done;that is where I belong.All my past student have always said ,I am a good teacher and I take cognizant of that.
I tailor each lesson to the topics that the pupil needs help with. I try to use the books and material that the pupil already has from school so that I do not add any confusion. I believe that it is important to practice the skills that have been learnt and will set additional work to that end.
Flexible teaching approach depending on the the child. Having taught and still teaching my children has given me experience and expanded by ability to adapt to different teaching methods. Identify specific problem areas and support in those specific areas. Then working through exam type questions to see how to answer the questions.
Please contact me if you have any questions. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I mainly teach Chemistry and Physics to A level and GCSE students. I also cover these subjects for the International Baccalaureate. I will provide support for GCSE biology and mathematics to my students where required - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a B.Sc. in Chemical Physics, and also a Ph.D.
I find it important to work with my students and to listen to what motivates and interests them. I link the science content to their interests them and make links between the content and their interests. This makes it easier to remember. I also seek out my students' misconceptions and correct them. This leads to a deeper understanding of the subject content.
I make sure that students understand the fundamentals of key concepts before endeavouring into the main aspects. I like to create a fun but constructive lesson for students mainly aiming at aspects they struggle with. Also I set goals and challenges for students that I help them pursue to achieve.
I am the least rigorous teacher ever, I approach a problem depending on my student's intuition on the subject and I reshape my methodology around the student's own needs and this is how I model my lessons. But more often than not, I have a very visual approach to teaching because this is my preferred method of learning myself and I often see it in others as well.
I'm a sixth-form student currently studying Maths, Physics and Chemistry at A-Level. I achieved A* grades in these three subjects in my GCSEs, and I know the importance of understanding key concepts in comparison to memorizing facts. My lessons will be student-centered, and I will coach and facilitate student learning by playing an equally active role as the student themselves.
Each individual has their own personality and learning style. I aim to tailor each session according to what method suits you. Be it interactive or visual.
My teaching method is giving practical examples to students that how these concepts can be implemented practically. Giving them examples from real life. Making them easy so that they can tel their problems anbd queries and will try my best to provide them solution.
I am currently studying Mechatronics BEng at the University of Manchester, and I am looking to teach Students studying Mathematics up to A-Level. I will base my lessons on two core principles, the needs of the student and the preferred method in which the student likes to learn, whether that is pictorially, verbally, or a more hands on approach.
Hi, I am a final year Ph.D. researcher in materials engineering at The Open University. I strongly believe that education is the key success for everyone. With a strong background in engineering and proven academic skills, I am able to teach a wide variety of courses from basic mathematics, geometry, science and advanced engineering subjects.
My teaching approach is based on understanding theory first, followed by solved problems and finally, a lot of different problems to gain solid basis on the subject. All exercises will have full solutions and I easily adapt to different student needs. I do not have any strict plans, I will do what is best for the student and always ask for feedback so I can change my method in case it needs it.
'Study the science of art. Study the art of science. Develop your senses. Learn how to see. Realise that everything connects to everything else'. Leonardo da Vinci - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all the sciences, but I have a long term passion for Physics. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I start by talking to the person. Getting an idea of how best they learn. I then find out how much they know. I discuss it from the individual's point of view and make them theorize before explaining the gaps in knowledge.
Teaching biology and chemistry through primary school level up until A2 level. Can teach different levels of ability, I.e for high achievers to ensure high marks or for those who need to boost their marks. Online tuition via video call, Skype, whatsapp...
I have 20 years experience as a tutor. I have helped many people get into University and College and have helped many children get into the school of their choice and get the GCSE and SATS results that they wanted. I am always punctual and reliable. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the following. Biology and Psychology to degree level. Chemistry, Biology and Psychology to A level.
A-Level Maths student interested in helping Primary, Secondary and GCSE students with their Maths. I enjoy teaching and guarantee results. I will help you find your style of dealing with Mathematical problems and ensure that you can solve questions quickly, efficiently and correctly every time.
Teaching method is One to One.
My teaching methodology is based on practical teaching , I teach students by giving them relevant existing examples so that it becomes interesting for the students to learn and they enjoy the learning process. I behave as a friend to the students .
I like to try and help my students understand the problem rather than teaching them to just remember an answer
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths, Physics, Chemistry & Biology up to GCSE level and Maths and Physics up to A-level as indicated above.
I believe doing makes you learn I also believe being given the information in a fun way that’s engaging is best.
I have studied Maths, Physics and Chemistry at A-Level, obtaining an A* in Maths and A in Physics and Chemistry. I will begin by asking the student for their prior knowledge in the subject and, if not previously established, any areas of weakness that they wish to work on.
I am lifelong learner, avid reader and a problem solver.
I teach in various ways to ensure the understanding of each student. If one explanation doesn't work, I will explain it in all different ways until they do.
Hi, I am a 2nd year MSci chemistry student at the Univeristy of Nottingham. I mainly tutor GCSE maths and all three sciences but am happy to help at all levels. I believe in finding the learning style that works best for each student as everyone has their own way of understanding the world.
My teaching approach is to make sure that student has a good understanding of all the individual topics before i move onto the yearly past papers for practice. I test the student on every topic first and then recommend practice papers from previous exams.
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