I teach my classes to kids looking for help with Scottish exam level maths and physics. I focus on the existing knowledge and skills of the child, questioning them to think of solutions then guiding them through these, as I think we learn so much better when we are challenged ourselves to produce the answer rather than copy a routine.
Initially my focus is right on the basics to develop a good platform in order to build up the learning process on it.
I establishe a safe and stimulating environment for pupils, rooted in mutual respect. I try to create a relaxed atmosphere within class-pupil talk, confidence to speak and discuss. I allow students to develop and understanding in different ways and with different speeds.
I had been a full-time physics teacher at an international school in Shanghai from 2015.5 to 2017.7. I graduated from Fudan University as an English major with two years' physics study background. I used to give IGCSE and A-level physics lessons to Chinese students who take international exams and study abroad. I am very responsible and patient. I have training qualifications for IGCSE.
I am a current Masters student at the University of Glasgow, reading for an MSci. in Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry. I mainly give lessons to Scottish secondary school pupils studying for Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths qualifications.
I believe that every pupil should be able to learn in a judgement free environment. This will help them further their knowledge without fear of making mistakes, and the student would be able to carry this ethos forward in their future career. I believe that a student should be able to ask questions whenever they feel they need, but I also don't believe the answer should be given straight to them.
My teaching method is fun and I use textbooks and worksheets in order to help the student to enjoy the subject. If it is not enjoyable it is harder to learn. I have a range of students from as young as nusery children to people in university.
My aim generally is that we have fun. I think enjoying a subject is the biggest advantage you can have. I'll try to share my love for a subject with my victim. I may set some unusual questions to gauge how much you've understood at the end of a topic.
I am offering lessons to student of all levels. I am most comfortable with maths however have experience in many other engineering-related areas and can offer my help for these too. I prefer to go through worked examples to really make sure you will understand the concepts for yourself.
Hello, am having a master degree in ECE, currently pursuing Msc in theoretical physics. Tutoring is fun, it helps the tutor to enhance its knowledge in respective subjects. My lessons will be structured according to the requirement of the students.
My name is Louie, and I am an undergraduate physics student at the university of Glasgow, now entering my third year of a Masters program. I can teach to all levels up to my current level. I thoroughly believe that a good teacher should make sure their students' understanding is more than merely intellectual, and that their students are self-motivated, and that is what I aim to achieve in you.
Hey there! I currently study mechanical engineering at Strathclyde University in Glasgow and I am looking to tutor maths and physics over the summer, upto SQA Higher level. Personally, I feel that the way maths is generally taught in schools in Scotland leaves much to be desired and can be very boring. This was certainly my experience during my school years.
For each topic I will teach the various skills necessary for that level of work. I expect the student to listen in class as I teach these skills. My teaching methodology is that I will teach the pupil the skills folllwed by me completing example questions for the pupil to follow. After this the pupil will go through some written examples with me by their side to offer full support.
I approach each student as an individual. Each person will have different needs, and it is important first to understand these before constructing a lesson. Seemingly complex concepts can often be understood when the right examples are chosen to illustrate them, and these should be tailored to the student's needs and interests.
I can teach maths and physics at any level up to undergraduate level, and many science related subjects up to Higher level.
I since high school have found and refined my ability to analyse any subject , break it down to its basic principles and then put it through in the most basic way possible and build up effectively and efficiently any complex concept to any one in the shortest time possible.
I am an undergraduate physics student at the University of Glasgow, which puts me in a position where I am still fresh to the material covered in secondary school, but at the same time gives insight into the skills and knowledge required at university.
I can give some methods. It depend on student. We can try to solve question from your homework. I can explain the homework. We can also discuss theory from your class. I can give you some example and question for practice.
Hello! I'm a second year undergraduate student studying Bsc (Hons) Genetics. With great interest in Math, Chemistry, and Biology, I am inclined to teaching students struggling with math and chemistry. I like to work through hardest topics first (relative from student to student), building confidence as time passes for the same.
I am a senior pupil at bearsden academy number one state school of 2016. I have national 5 maths physics and engineering qualifications. I am also doing highers with the same subjects this year. My lessons will cover anything the pupil has problems with and will make sure the pupil fully understands how to deal, solve or answer the problem or question by the end of the lesson.
I teach Maths by laying out a structure of working to solve a problem, and teach how to identify a problem to then to use the newly learned structure and break down the complex question into easy-step solutions. It is a method I use in Engineering Maths at University and is a technique that arms anyone with the ability to solve a complex maths problem.
I give lessons to GCSE students who need a boost or some one on one attention to reach the grade they need (whether it be a C or an A*). I believe that all students learn differently and have varying strengths and weaknesses, especially in Maths, so I do my best to cater to each student's individual learning style.
When I teach a topic for the first time, I call on knowledge from previous topics that the students already know so that they can see how it ties-in and relates to a bigger picture. After teaching a topic, we work questions to reinforce the concepts and I progressively provide less and less help.
I love to teach student especially to those who have the hard time to understand math and physics. I'm teaching primary and secondary students. I'm teaching Algebra, Geometry, Physics and Chemistry. I have a lot of patience on my student and I'll teach as best as I can be.
I like to present the problem with the simplest way possible and when students feel confident enough with the nature of the problem I introduce to them the problem in a mathematical form. This way students don't lose their interest.
I approach each topic as if it is the first time the person has encountered it and I explain it in it’s most simplistic form, most of the time with the use of analogies. Then I take them through an example and ask them to attempt more exampkes each increasing in difficulty.
I am a dedicated tutor that aims to develop specific tutoring plans adapted individually to each one of my students. To do this I will study the relevant curriculum closely and try to understand as precisely as possible the student's strengths and weaknesses.
I think it is important for a student to have a good understanding of a topic before attempting to apply it in an exam. Students all have very different ways of thinking and I try to accommodate for as many mindsets as possible. Maths, in particular, are often difficult when they are not explained or practised properly - many issues can be resolved by explaining things step by step.
I approach by topic to topic, i also use questions in teaching as a way of attracting student's attention in class. Also listening to student ideas helps in developing great skills on how to approach them and help them solve their problems effectively.
As i am an undergraduate student i have a grip on my subjects all levels below that. The way i like to teach is by first explaining a topic then giving the students a lot of questions to practice, because it is very important not just to understand the subjects but also remember how to approach different questions.
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