My teaching method is based on problems. I have found that the best way of teaching difficult concepts is to have a student attempt a problem and have them explain their thought process step-by-step. This allows for not just the correction of errors, but ensures the student really understands the question rather than just applying a method they don't fully grasp.
Lesson subject matter is usually student-led, but always encompasses brain warm-ups and an infusion of history to give the subject more relevance. I bring along a whiteboard and pens for both of us to use, to promote conversation and the flow of ideas. I try as far as possible to promote mental calculation, pending my students' interest and ability.
My approach is flexible, student-focused and target aimed. I have experience of teaching algebra and trigonometry to students to help them fill the gaps in fundamental knowledge and make sure they could progress in their Physics course. I am keen to engage students by conducting small experiments and introducing smart animations to reveal physical phenomenon.
I own a Ph.D. degree in Physics from a top level university and am a physicist & senior optical and laser scientist with working experiences in UK, Japan, France and China. I am offering 1-to-1, 1-to-2. 1- to -3 and 1-to-4 maths and physics lessons in Manchester/Stockport area.
My teaching methodology is based around exam style questions as this best helps boost exam grades. I will accurately assess what the pupil knows and any misconceptions they may harbour so I can address and correct them appropriately to give a good foundation to then look at higher level questions to ensure they can access the majority of a paper.
I try to use practical examples as often as possible in my teaching. I aim to engage and enthuse pupils in the subjects being taught and try to bring my own experience of real-life science into my teaching whenever possible.
Hi my name is Faraz and I am a Chemical Engineeing student at the University of Manchester I am looking to teach students from GCSE to A levels. Having recently gone through these tough but rewarding periods of education I believe I understand the mindset of these types of students.
I give lessons to GCSE students and lower, down to primary school level, focusing on Maths, Physics and English, however I am flexible with my teaching, hence am able to teach a variety of subjects, including Chemistry, Biology, Computing, Design and Technology and also History.
I will be focusing on completing past paper experience and written questioning to tease out any misconceptions as well as being available for general questions. Scientifically proven as the best way to achieve higher grades. I want you to feel comfortable with the types of questions you will face in the exam before you go in.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach A-level Physics and Maths (Core/Pure & Mechanics). Please note that I currently do not tutor further maths, statistics or decision modules. - Tell me about your qualifications. Ph.D. in Physics (2006) MPhys (Hons) Physics (2003) A-level physics, maths and geography (1999) - How much do you charge? Normal lessons are £30 per hour.
Offering tuition to GCSE and AS students. I teach the content pupils need to know according to their spec and go through questions ensuring they know how to do them. Rather than making pupils memorise things, I ensure they understand the concepts. I often use analogies and other examples to help. I also give them notes and ensure they learn everything they need.
As a qualified teacher with a Master's degree and a proven track record, I am suitably qualified to help high school and college students improve their academic performance.
I approach the topic in such a fun way that students never forget it.
I am an AS student currently studyingChemistry, maths, physics and ICT. I can teach primary, secondary, GCSE and AS level students. I charge £17 an hour but there is room for negotiation.
I offer GCSE level/ KS3/KS2/KS1 tutoring. I make my lessons easy and do-able with plenty of work and help. I feel as I have recently gone through high school, I can undertsand the frequent pressure put under the children. I also know the modern way of teaching which I will be able to put into practice during tuition which is very effective.
I like to put the student at the centre of their own learning, creating personalised resources and lessons which best suit each pupil's strengths and preferred learning style. Sessions focusing on exam technique to get the best out of your answers can also be provided.
I am a young and creative tutor that is keen to look at students' School/College work and lesson plans in depth as to prepare fun and effective lesson schedules that enhance and maximise a student's understanding in each topic. I love finding many different ways to explain the same concepts should a pupil need a more thorough approach to their learning.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths and Physics at GCSE, A-Level or for any other qualification you might be studying for. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have straight As and A*s at GCSE and 3 As at A-level. I have a BSc Physics (1st class) and am currently working on a research project at Jodrell Bank Observatory.
I am currently a 2nd year physics student at the University of Manchester. When it comes to teaching dense subjects such as Mathematics and physics, I believe that portraying complicated concepts in a simplistic way is vital. As a recent A- level student I believe that I understand the pressure that students are under and was not so long ago in the same position as them.
I am an experienced tutor providing lessons in mathematics and physics at A level. For individual lesson planning, I ask pupils to email in advance a little information on any particular areas they may be struggling with, along with exam board details.
I'm a 4th year undergraduate Physics student at the University of Manchester. I'm also a creative person, I play piano, produce music and DJ. My teaching method revolves heavily around problem solving- if a new topic is being covered I'd use a variety of sources and media to get across the key principles, followed by some example worked problems.
During my a levels I tutored underachieving gcse maths and science students most of which passed with flying colours. I am very patient and find my methods are very effective with the people I have taught. I believe everyone has the ability to do maths or science they just need the right approach.
My pupils are at the forefront of their own learning - I facilitate their learning and continuously challenge my pupils. I always have learning objectives at the start of each lesson and these are checked at the end of every lesson.
I am a fully qualified Science teacher at a Secondary school. I teach during the day and intend to give tuition lessons in the evening. I can teach up to GCSE level as this is the qualification in which I am experienced in helping students advice.
My teaching method is as follows: start small, put the problem in a context and try to understating it before rushing into solving it. Make use of all the knowledge you have on the subject (and also adjacent subjects) and try to build an answer from that. After gradually getting to the final answer, make sure all the steps were fully understood and you now have an overview of the initial problem.
I approach teaching by thoroughly explaining a concept and then applying it to lots of different areas. This is mainly done through practice questions and past papers. I aim to pinpoint areas that the student finds difficult and spend lots of time consolidating knowledge.
I am freshly familiar with the current A level syllabus having completed the qualification only 2 years ago. My lesson structure will primarily focus on how to meet every requirement of the exam specification, to minimise any potential marks lost in the exam due to silly errors.
As a Physics teacher I was always very careful about the quality of my teaching and up to-date in my lectures in every semester. During lectures I always made sure that the students were with me and I always put all of my efforts to inspire and motivate them. I can communicate with students from various backgrounds and can properly encounter the students who have different learning capabilities.
I have a Masters in Engineering and an interesting approach to teaching Maths and the Sciences. Since they can be alien to many young people being first introduced, I aim to provide real life alternative examples to complex topics.
I am currently studying Physics at the University of Manchester entering my 3rd year. I am interested in tutoring pupils up to A-level in Mathematics and Physics.
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