I'm currently studying Theoretical Physics at the University of Leeds. As a student I see the enjoyment that can come from learning. Recently I have been helping my family and friends with Maths and Physics and found that I also enjoy teaching, especially in subjects I love. I have a huge passion for Maths and is the reason why I chose to do a Physics degree.
I'm preparing some basic definitions and then i'm using examples to create a basic concept for the student, presentations and some life examples as well(wherever possible) and then i'll get the student through more advanced concepts by doing exercises and giving some homework to improves themselves on their free time as well.
My teaching method when it comes to Mathematics involves a lot of self practice. My key role is to make sure my student understand the concepts, methods and how they are applied. I believe Mathematics requires a lot of practice in order to be mastered. I embrace mistakes made my students, so that they can be learned from and we can identify their areas of weakness.
My teaching method is methodical. Starting with the very basics, making sure everything is properly understood before moving forward, meaning it is much easier to learn new material and remember it. Starting with an example question, showing what the question is asking and how to use information provided to obtain the right answer.
My teaching methodology is first I go through the topic clearly and initially I clear all my doubt based on the topic and will teach the candidate
When teaching, my preferred methodology is to remain patient with students to ensure a good understanding of the fundamentals, which I will reinforce with in depth examples. I aim to reduce complex ideas into smaller chunks to aid understanding.
I am kind and caring yet firm so I will base learning around the tutee and the support they need. I will help the young person by not only teaching them but helping them to develop the skills they will need in the future to be able to teach themselves and develop their knowledge.
An engineering student who taught children from the age of 9 to 17 years. I have taught key stage 2,3, GCSEs and A-levels. I have had an enormous success with my previous students as they progressed from grade F to grade A. I also believe motivation is key to young students overcoming their educational barriers, therefore I try my best to motivate students to achieve higher.
Physics is all about exploring the world. My style of teaching focuses on modeling processes that happen around is in nature in order to bring the relevant material subject closer to my students. My main goal is to clearly explain the content, address misunderstandings and help my students develop their independent learning after my sessions through working examples during the sessions.
My name is Aiden Mcloughlin and i have just started university studying a degree in mathematics, i can tutor up to A-Level, I am a strong believer in teaching people how to think for themselves when it comes to maths, i dont believe the best way to learn is to remeber and regurgitate but to get all of the required info and use your own creativity to come up with a solution which makes sense to...
My name is Haifa Ojaym, with 27 years old I have an experience in teaching chemistry for all age groups. I believed that different persons have different way to get knowledge so I'm always try to be flexible in teaching techniques.
I'm 18, currently studying Astrophysics at the University of Hull. I'm able to teach GCSE level mathematics confidently. My teaching style is a simple targeted learning process. I'll find the topics my students are struggling in and focus on those topics until the student is confident in their ability.
I'm a PhD student fluent in both languages Arabic and English. I have a good level of experience in teaching all of chemical, physics and Math lessons. I'm good in finding out many different ways to explain such a questions in the fields mentions previously.
Hi I'm Mrs Rogerson. If you or your child are struggling with science I can provide a personalised, tailored tutoring service to help. I aim to go beyond troubleshooting and raise grades though deeper understanding and motivation. Whether you are after a quick 2 hour boost or a longer term tuition arrangement I can help you achieve your aims.
I give lessons to students studying science or mathematics topics at GCSE or A-level. I like to use an adaptive approach to teaching which involves identifying the areas a student is struggling with and focusing on them by breaking them down into easy to understand concepts and developing the skills the student needs to tackle these concepts independently in their exams.
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I'm a Gap year student in Lincolnshire with 3 As at A level (Maths, Physics and Chemistry), 1 A at AS (Further Maths) and an A-grade equivalent EPQ. Further to this, I have 6 A*s and 6 As at GCSE, and an ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership & Management.
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