Having being taught in many different settings with varying teaching methods, I would like to adapt what I have learnt to suit the needs of each student. Through explanations, drawing, (even dancing if I must), I want to help achieve the full potential of each student.
I'm a mechanical engineering student at the University of Sheffield with A Levels in maths, physics and further maths. I teach maths and physics in 1-2h sessions in which I guide students through example problems or school work. I can also explain concepts covered in school in the level of depth appropriate for the student's ability and interest.
My tutoring method may vary depending on how the student learns best, I will always put in the extra time to figure out which method is best for that individual whether it be repetition or slow step by step learning.
I tailor my classes to the student or students I'm working with at the time, making sure to phrase and teach subjects in the best way for the individual. Tutoring should provide a more personel and indepth educational experience along side mainstream education.
I like to split courses into small sections and identify areas of strength and weakness in the student. I then tackle the weak areas by explaining methodology and giving useful tips as well as using past papers and practice questions to help the student to become comfortable with all topic areas and types of question.
I aim to provide the student first with a solid theoretical understanding of the subject before testing and honing their understanding through problems. I am applied this methodology both one on one and with groups up to 70 I'm size and found it to be effective.
I teach on a very individual basis and work on any weaknesses the student has. My approach is always building in depth understanding of the subject first as a solid foundation to being able to achieve highly in exams. I believe if the student finds a subject interesting, they'll work harder at it and I've been told I have a knack for making physics and mathematics interesting.
Initially i will ask the student what topic or problem they are struggling with the most. I will then work through the material with the student at their own pace, ensuring they understand each stage of the problem or each key aspect of the material. I will engage with the student and ask them questions to check their understanding.
My teaching method will differ from person to person as I am a strong believer that most of the time (in maths) every one will understand something in a slightly different way, if some one isn't getting something then I don't believe they've been taught passionately or contextually.
I aim to tailor my tutoring to students therefore maximising what they get out of each session but typically I will set work to be completed. This will allow me to identify the weaknesses that are present and spend all my time focused on rectifying them and bringing them up to a high standard.
I am very friendly and interactive with all my students. I believe they will be able to absorb the content easily if I have a very friendly more personal approach towards them rather than using conventional teaching methods. In addition being a student myself studying the same things not too far back I am certain I will be able to put myself in their shoes and identify their problems effectively.
Whenever I tutor someone I try to gain an understanding of their strengths and weaknesses as they relate to the subject being taught. I find that it is often the case that many educators fail to realise that the students they teach have a lot less knowledge than they do and they become frustrated when students are unable to grasp concepts which are too abstract for them.
I am a 3rd year physics student at the University of Sheffield offering tutoring in maths and physics up to and including A Level. I structure my lessons on a topic to topic basis following the subject level syllabus closely. During each lesson i provide the student with typical exam questions and together we build a model answer to be written on the reverse side of a flash card.
I can teach any student who wants to learn GCSE, KS3, KS2 and KS1 maths, Physics and Chemistry. I am a very friendly person with a calm and friendly approach; as I am a student myself I can understand the common areas students may struggle in.
My teaching method revolves around you, each person learns differently and I will try and adapt the work so it's easy to understand and when it's not I will find a new way to help you understand. I believe that everybody has the ability to learn with a patient and understanding tutor which is what I aim to be for you.
I am an undergraduate student at the University of Sheffield studying Mechatronic and Robotic Engineering. I can give tutoring in maths, chemistry, and physics on a wide range of topics with in-depth explanation for how things work, providing alternative explanations to cater to different ways of understanding.
I have taught Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics to key stage 4. Physics to key stage 5. I have pursued an interest in Quantum Mechanics and would be helpful to someone wishing to test the boundaries of their understanding. I have taught in the State sector and a rather lovely private college in Croydon. I've had the privilege to teach very bright students on occasions.
I like to try to explain every step behind answers, however long you need to understand what's going on rather than just how to answer a specific question.
my teaching methodology is transferring knowledge; for instance it will not be about how much do you remember from the last session, it will be as a human being how is your knowledge adapted to serve this question from the last class and what you have learned to do.
I give lessons to middle school, high school students, and freshman university students. The great aspect about Math problems is that there are multiple ways to think about them and tackle them. I like to offer my students different ways at approaching or thinking of a problem.
As in my opinion the most efficient and reliable way to learn maths and improve the ability to solve different math problems is by going through many examples, therefore in my sessions we will focus on applying a before introduced method/concept to solve different problems.
I will be teaching primary school students and those preparing for gcse's, having gone through the same process, I have experience and can always refer to materials to re-understand the topics I will be teaching. As a tutor, I aim to be proactive and impactful.
I give lessons to students in GCSE and A level. My teaching method consists of teaching the content, making sure student has understood the content, getting student to try questions about the subject making them think about the concepts in different ways in order to create a concrete understanding.
I am a Bachelors level graduate. The love for teaching forces me to pursue this as a part-time hobby. I would like to give lessons to students from primary grade up to O levels. I believe that a student can only be good at his studies if learning is made a fun experience and with focus of practical applications rather than memorization of words.
I am currently a tutorial fellow at a university in Kenya where I teach engineering mathematics and calculus. I also teach other mechanical and electrical engineering subjects. In these subjects, I have developed expertise and a strong portfolio in offering the best to my students.
It always important to handle each student separately; some students need many examples to understand while others can get concepts rapidly, I mainly focus on making things easier for my students, encourage them to solve problems and correct the mistakes they do, the most important point is that students need to like what they study, if this is achieved all difficulties are then solved.
I give lessons to everyone who needs help at school from primary school to high school. I am a student so I know how to approach a child. I always helped my colleges to understand the the classes. I am a patient person so I can explain a lots of times.
I have studied both Maths and Physics throughout my life and am now offering tuition from primary school to AS level. My lessons will be informative and engaging; as someone who's recently experienced exams I know the most effective methods of teaching Maths and Physics.
Casual GCSE & A-level maths and physics tutoring based around targeting weaknesses & maximising final grades and ability to solve exam questions, via repetition & guided solutions. This style allows for a calm, step-by-step approach in exams and easier development of understanding.
I am very good at explaining mathematics in different ways so as to enable the student to understand. I like to have relaxed tutorials so that the student feels comfortable to ask questions. I have experienced many different techniques in tutorials at the University of Oxford so am able to try different methods to engage the student.
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