I had a great experience in physics teaching after my graduation I started as a Physics demonstrator for a long time. I worked as well as physics lecturer.
When it comes to one to one tuition, I look to help the student achieve the most "bang for their buck" by tailoring the sessions to the student's needs in ways which ultimately maximise exam achievement.
Having graduated with a Masters in Physics back in 2005, from the prestigious institution of Imperial College, I have since learned a great many things in industry... and a lot of things beyond. I am a serial problem-solver and love to grab a challenge, especially if that challenge is how I might best help others. Which is why I'm here.
Doctoral degree in Applied Maths, First class Maths(with Physics) graduate, all A's in A-levels subjects. I have had three school teaching placements and 8 years private tuition experience. Keen on teaching university and A level maths/physics. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics Physics - Tell me about your qualifications.
My approach is centred on developing good relationships with my students, both in and outside of the lesson. In the past I have collected students from school and organised extra-curricular activities that interest them. As a result I have found that my students develop a positive mind-set when tackling difficult material, helping them to turn ‘problems’ into ‘challenges’.
As Socrates told "I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them think”. Thats my way. Everyone taken birth in this world has got a unique talent. Its the duty of teacher to bring it up by observing them. If learning is an endless process so the teaching should be.
I’m a patient, friendly and communicative. My teaching technique consist on reviewing the basics, state the essential tools (formulae review) 30% of session time. The other 70% is dedicated to practice problems, which in my perspective based on experience is what really makes the difference.
Hello, I believe that success lies in teaching "the student", not just teaching "the subject". Therefore, I take great care in developing a method unique and specific to each individual student.
Hi, My name is Mariem. I am a current MSc Physics student at Imperial College London. I have 2 years experience in teaching students at college level. I am very passionate about Physics. I am very passionate about Physics and this wasn't something that was inspired by my science/ physics teachers at school.
I am happy to teach all physics in Key Stage 4 through to A-level as well as students who are transitioning to university level and may be in their first couple years of university. I enjoy teaching in a way that allows the student to actively participate and engage to make the lesson both interesting for them and thought-provoking.
My approach to teaching is keeping the things too easy. A student feels a particular subject is too hard when he has build a mindset like maths, thermodynamics, blah blah is too difficult. When he thinks it is a cup of tea for him, it actually becomes the cup of tea.
My teaching style is based on individual or small group mentoring and is largely dependent on the students and their needs. Beginning sessions focus on getting to know their strengths and weaknesses and then working from there.
I like to tailor my teaching style based on how an individual responds to different methods as no single approach works for everybody. Often I find that the difficulty with explaining science is not that the concepts are hard but putting it into simple language has often been missed by teachers and so I look to identify clear ways of getting the fundamental ideas across with an everyday analogy.
I like to make teaching more versatile, and try and teach through real-life examples. I feel the biggest problem with teaching is that they don't make all the problems and learning applicable to real-life and hence people don't engage with the content as much.
I am a Physics Master's student at UCL and the lessons I would teach would be for Physics and Maths AS and A Level students. The lessons would be based on the A Level syllabus and would help to consolidate the learning of the students as well as provide them with opportunities to try more challenging questions and further their understanding.
My method is based on putting in the centre the student. In particular, organise each course with respect his/her point of view. This makes my students to respond positively on any issue so that I can guide them effectively through all the relevant subjects.
I have taught English lessons to Japanese high-school students, toddlers, adults, and even the elderly. I have thus developed an extremely flexible and personalised teaching style that I suit to each individual student.
I can offer lessons from high school level all the way up to degree level physics. I am patient with students if they cannot understand a concept or get the work correct all the time. It is important to understand where a student is at academically and what areas they need to work on. From this information I can plan lessons accordingly.
Tutorial Structure Tutorials will be carried out in the interactive work space and involve face-to-face online discussion with a writing tablet as an aide. My approach to tutoring is a flexible one.
I can take the student through step by step examples of the most topics offering example problems. My main aim as a tutor is to make the student think like a physicist. Willing to tutor for A-level students or bellow.
I approach each topic by breaking down the content and identifying how each sub topic relates to others. I would then look to see what sort of content is involved so that I can see if it something that can be memorised or requires practice. Once a sufficient amount of knowledge of the subject is obtained by the student I would begin to introduce lots of practice questions and previous exam papers.
My teaching method is fun and I use textbooks and worksheets in order to help the student to enjoy the subject. If it is not enjoyable it is harder to learn. I have a range of students from as young as nusery children to people in university.
Teachers must have theoretical and practical knowledge and abilities about science, learning, and science teaching.
My aim generally is that we have fun. I think enjoying a subject is the biggest advantage you can have. I'll try to share my love for a subject with my victim. I may set some unusual questions to gauge how much you've understood at the end of a topic.
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.
I offer a simple step-by-step approach, first gaging your capabilities and weaknesses then, starting from the theoretical minimum, expanding on your capabilities and destroying your weaknesses.
Got great grades in both Business and Physics at Level. I'd teach 1:1 ideally. I structure based on how the student feels they would learn best. Passionate about both subjects and I enjoy telling students how to do the subject. My best time of tuition is randomly weekdays and Sundays. My times during week can vary due to varying timetables of University.
My lessons will focus on targeting the areas that a student finds most challenging in an exam curriculum and explaining it in depth. Subsequently, examples of problems related to the content discussed will be discussed. In this part, the student may bring forth challenging questions ; otherwise, I will consider a number of possible typical questions.
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.
Method of teaching: I believe the best way to teach someone is to inspire them to learn more about the topic by sparking their interest. I encourage my students to ask me questions in and outside of class, as teaching is more fun and productive when the students are well engaged in the topic.
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Perfect! Marie is patient to our children. We are happy having her to teach for our family.
Perfect! very great tutor. explains the work as detailed and possible and goes over it again.
Perfect! He's an excellent tutor and I'd definitely recommend him. His explanations are very clear and concise and he also prepares for the lesson in advance.
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