My method of teaching is to give as little input as possible to allow the student to do most of the thinking themselves. This allows them to fully understand the topics they are required to and so they have an ingrained knowledge of the subject area with which it becomes easier to revise with and achieve a higher grade at GCSE.
Saba is a fully qualified Science teacher who has been working in leading secondary schools since graduating from Kings College London in 2011. She is a skilful, passionate and experienced tutor specialising in one-to-one tuition and homeschooling. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Biology, Chemistry and Physics - Tell me about your qualifications.
Hello, I consider myself to be a lively, fun and professional tutor who has had considerable experience (over 16 years) in tutoring. I am fully CRB checked and have good testimonials.
I'm a mechanical engineering student and have been teaching for over 5 years now. My students have always achieved great results with most of them achieving A*s. I have always loved maths and will make sure my students do too. I don't believe is homework's rather I love to teach everything in class, revision is the back bone to everything I teach. Try me you won't regret it.
I try and help students to breakdown a problem into its component pieces, this methodical approach helps to show that even the most difficult questions can be broken down. I also teach practically, that is, if a student gives me a question that he/she is unable to answer I will help them answer the question by applying the skills they have learnt and assist when necessary.
As a qualified teacher holding a first class degree and Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), I can vary my instructional strategy to suit the pupils' learning needs. I have taught Year 6-Year 13 throughout my teaching career so I understand that different ages/subjects require tailored lesson plans.
Where possible I like to make my teaching as practical as possible, as I have a belief that the learning is in the doing. I allow the student to move at their own pace and work to curriculum / 11+ level at the pace of the child. I can follow my own programme of study or tailor it to fit the study of the students school learning.
My aim in teaching is to impart enthusiasm as well as information so that students feel self-motivated to learn. I work to give students strong scientific and mathematical skills that will serve them in their immediate studies and beyond. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach physics to A-level with supporting mathematics. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I describe my approach to teaching as patient and relaxed. I understand what it is like to prepare for exams and how helpful it can be to have somebody explain a theory or concept that you just can't seem to get your head around, or to simply go through exercises with you.
I am direct to the point with my teaching, knowing why something is what it is is crucial, knowing the facts alone is not enough. Come to me if you not only want to do well but excel in your understanding and depth of your knowledge.
I focus on revision based work with an emphasis on core mechanics that allow the student to focus on what they're struggling with and going through past papers so that they can understand the work better and excel in the final exams.
Engineering graduate, with Master's degree in Biomedical Materials Science Have been tutoring for over 6 years, mainly in KS3-4 (GCSE) science as well as Maths and English for KS1-3 Have experience within a home setting, in schools and in tuition centres • Ages ranging from 7-16. • I have experience tutoring KS1-3, GCSE and A-LEVEL.
I have been on forefront of academics since beginning of my educational carreer. Got straight 5 A's in O levels, 3 A * in A levels including Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics as main core subjects. I then received a Gold medal and held distinction in both my BA, and LLb law degrees. I have also spoken at various conferences and seminars providing me ability to communicate with me fellow students.
I am currently studying for a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering, a course and career in which uses complex maths on a daily basis. Since I have recently left secondary education I have a good understanding of secondary school topics and would ensure you understand the maths and not just be able to answer a question; utilising lots of different methods and plenty of exam questions.
I mainly try and show techniques and methods that are in the textbook, as well as input a few of tricks and methods that help me learn and study during Sixth form mathematics and physics, which I and many other students have found useful and helpful. Often try and prepare my own material to explore other methods and techniques which can be suitable to the learning of different students.
I am available to work with both GCSE and A-level students. My lessons can be either exam-focused (i.e. revision and exam technique), or supplementary tutoring to reinforce what the student is learning in school. I usually find that 1-hour evening lessons or 2-3-hour weekend lessons are optimal, but I am able to adapt to the needs of an individual student - after all, everyone learns differently.
My approach to tutoring can be tailored to specific needs and can be as long or short as required. The pace of learning is controlled by the student and the delivery can include direct tuition, practical applications, demonstrations, problem solving and the working through and the analysis of past papers.
Buy a man fish, it will last him a day or two. Teach the man to fish, it will last him a whole lifetime. My teaching technique is to test the basics and then work my way up with the child.
My name is Dan and I am an enthusiastic Science teacher and Head of House at a school in Shepperton. Helping young people to excel is my passion and I find working one-on-one with students very rewarding. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Chemistry, Physics and Biology. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Having taught students from age 11 to adults, I know how to get through to students. Lessons are interactive:- ask questions, pick my brain and get your money's worth! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths, Chemistry, Physics, Programming. - Tell me about your qualifications. BSc, MSc, PhD Chemical Engineering at Imperial College, London.
I am an enthusiastic, young tutor that really does have the best interests of my students at heart! I love helping students to produce work that they can be proud of. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I focus mainly on the core subjects: English, Mathematics and Science. I teach secondary school age children, with the exception that I can also tutor for the 11+ exam.
From my experiences self-teaching my Maths and Physics A-levels I have a first-hand understanding of the obstacles students can face. Beginning with firm foundations, I work with students to build the intuition and confidence needed to explore these fascinating subjects.
Hello! My name is Josh and am a graduated GCSE student. As an A/A* student, I know the way to success and I hope I can transfer this knowledge to you and help you achieve the grades you are capable of. Every lesson is designed around you: I can provide takeaway resources if you would like and will make a powerpoint for every lesson focussing on the concepts you struggle most with.
My teaching method is focusing on the individuals weaknesses and helping them process by breaking it down even if they need a little extra help I’ll push them to achieve their goal
I am an enthusiastic, approachable and patient tutor who enjoys making science easier and more comprehensible for A-level, GCSE and Key Stage 3 candidates who urgently need extra tuition in Chemistry, Biology, Maths or physics to boost their grades.
I am a very outgoing individual and believe that relating to the student and having a good relationship with the student is key to learning. I am only 20 years old so usually find this works effectively with my students.
My teaching style is founded on four main principles: 1) Confidence is absolutely essential in solving Maths & Physics problems 2) Up to, and including, A-level, Maths and Physics are more of a memory game than anything else; there are very few genuinely unusual questions.
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I am a student at Durham University who tutors KS3, GCSE and A Level Maths and Physics. I am a patient tutor and our lessons will involve: - Developing understanding of problem topics. - Getting a headstart on topics to be covered in the upcoming year. - Improving exam technique and problem solving skills. - Practising exam questions.
I am an enthusiastic young teacher, gaining more experience and expertise month by month. I have a teaching style committed to helping struggling pupils grasp the key concepts of Chemistry GCSE (can also tutor Physics GCSE). I will work through fundamental concepts and principles with my tutees and identify and resolve and weaknesses in the pupils knowledge.
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