The key points are: -meeting the student in order to clarify both the situation and needs -creating an agreed learning schedule for the future -meeting the student as frequently as needed -feedbacking and checking the progress at every lesson If needed, I’m happy to move to the student’s house. Don’t hesitate to ask for it.
I am able to teach any students below university level, primary school, GCSE, A Level are fine to me. As a learner and a student, I have my own way to learn, and I am more intend to teach student to focus on few important points in vast amount of knowledge, therefore, the learning is unique and efficient.
As my knowledge is limited to A-level knowledge, tutoring for A-levels and GCSEs are what would be taught. I believe that the way to best approach exams is to focus mainly on weaknesses as there is a tendency for larger questions to be based on what a typical student would struggle with. Hence, if you have a strength where others mainly have a weakness, success in exams is more likely.
Personally, I don't like the standard way of getting taught. Sitting in a class room with x amount of others.
Typically, I will start a lesson with a thought exercise / brainteaser to get the student thinking - I like this because it lets us appreciate the subject for what it is, instead of going straight into homework / exam related work. After that, I plan to work through the exercises that the student has been set or needs to tackle.
My teaching method is by simplifying steps and comtext into sections and easily memorable information. Then using excercises and examples to illustrate.
I have been tutoring for 8 years now to countless kids at all levels of education. I've learned to adapt my method of teaching to suit each student personally and achieve the desired grade or higher and in many cases have succeeded.
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 was easily distracted when learning so my approach to teaching is to make things as engaging and entertaining as possible. By capturing a students attention you are halfway there. I will not simply sit and go through textbooks, I will establish the key points in a topic and reinforce them with fun, interesting and real world examples to see where they are of use in day to day life.
I encourage least memorizing as possible because I strongly believe that understanding is much more important. If you can work it out by yourself then there is absolutely no need to memorize. Breaking down of complicated topics and explain in an easier, more friendly way.
My teaching method is questions questions questions- you won't truly understand a mathematical or physics concept until you have tried questions right from the very basics all the way to the difficult and more challenging stuff. Exam boards this year are trying to push problem-solving as much as they can to separate the good from the bad, and I will be there to help.
I approach each student and topic with a different outlook, I use the different techniques my teachers taught me to find the way that suits them. I've never found just reading and repeating information as a efficient technique to remember, by making work fun and using real-world application to keep them interested so they remember easily.
My teaching method is to find the students struggles within the subject and allow them to overcome that with some of the topic practice questions from a lower level, working up to a higher level to allow them to achieve the best marks they can possibly achieve.
Online 1 to 1 tutoring at negotiable prices :) I will be covering any doubts with maths and if you do AQA maths then it will be better as this is the board I will be most familiar with - but maths is maths so I can cover other areas for other exam boards.
I can teach maths and physics at any level up to undergraduate level, and many science related subjects up to Higher level.
I base my class on practical teaching and case studies. Teaching will involve interactive power point presentation, exam style questions practice, going through case studies. Also help with any school work and going into details about any topics which you didn't understand at school.
Mathematics and Physics are very structural. I tend to to fill the missing holes of knowledge which are the base for understanding the new material. It is not hard to understand when the lessons are explained in a proper and patient manner.
I would like the student to tell me what to do preferably, however the if the student is struggling to decide what he/she needs help with, I can test the student and look at the syllabus and work from there.
I have tutored various levels Primary, preparatory and secondary school student, specifically 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th 9th graders in the subjects of Maths and English Language; also, I tutored A-Level equivalent Maths and Physics. Most of the time I tend to convert my session into an interactive debate to understand what my students already know and what they lack.
My teaching method is related on understand what are the difficulties of my students have and work on it to present it back to then on a easy way to be understood. I don't have a specific methodoligy and, as each student is unique, I tailor all lesson as they need it.
I won't tell you what the answers are, but I can help you gain a thorough understanding of the subject, and help you work out the answers. I can also explain concepts and relate the subjects to real-life situations which help you understand physics, and why it's useful.
I do not have a set approach because I fully understand that many pupils are receptive to different techniques and styles of teaching. I would persist with any teaching method as long as the pupil was responding and enjoying it.
I approach each pupil dependant upon their needs, build on concepts that they are familiar with and use methods that are best for each student. For example some pupils might prefer visual aids whereas others may prefer descriptive examples. Everyone is unique and everyone learns their own way, I will attempt to find what that is and nurture it to the best of their ability.
I base my methods on patient and methodical approaches in order to truly understand a problem. It is important to tackle a problem one step at a time. Ultimately though, how you wish to learn and what works best is different for everyone. I will take a hands on approach using all available resources to teach giving a wider knowledge of the subject.
My teaching methods are based on how the child learns. It can range from past paper questions to discussing subject topics in depth, I can really specialise methods based on the learners needs. I have very good knowledge of WJEC maths and triple and double science sylabus and a good amount of KS3 aswell.
I give lessons to GCSE students and my teaching method is starting from the beginning of the certain topic inside the subject or teach a specific part. I'm flexible on teaching and I can meet the persons need by showing enthusiasm and helpful.
My first goal is to find out what needs to be taught. With the aid of diagrams, formula sheet and acrynyms I will present the method and use examples to practice the rechnique. Learning resources are effective in meeting all levels of learning. The last step is to review what has been learned, providing real life application of theorems in engineering, for example.
They way I would teach maths and physics is by the student choosing an area of which they struggle in, or a certain type of question they find hard, go to the basics of how the questions should be answered and give the sufficient knowledge to answer similar ones in the future. If time is on our side then more time could be spent learning the key areas needed to achieve a high grade in the exam.
I found from my experience that people learn things differently and at different paces; when students struggle with a subject, it’s usually because their learning style conflicts with the style or pace with which it is being taught. Tutoring one on one gives the opportunity to learn at the student’s optimal pace.
I approach each topic by helping the student understanding and revising the basics, which can involve his general knowledge related to other modules. Conceptual and objective questions will be here to him having an autonomous approach to the concept. My aim will be to support him throughout this process by helping him and answering his questions. Before moving on some more abstract problems.
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