I believe in learning by practice. After explaining any part I would solve with my students plenty of examples and practice on past papers. Also, I would like always to link the maths with what my students are planing to do in future to prove that we use maths in our daily life.
Each topic is approached differently and adjusted to your specific needs. In general, I start by introducing the subject in an attempt to depict its utility. Afterward follows a review of the theory step-by-step with logic coherence - here is where most of the questions will come up. Continuing, I proceed with getting our hands on some exercises.
I use a mixture of modern and traditional methods to every exciting lesson and set positive and attainable goals as stepping stones to success and increased confidence. A guided and creative approach is also necessary, using a variety of tools, to lead to success.
Hello! I´m a first year Mathematics student at University of Bristol who recently got A*A*A*-(both A* in maths and further maths).I would like to help to anyone struggling with maths at A level or below as i experienced similar situations.I teach using fun ideas and work through past papers so the student really understands the material and is prepared for anything in the exam.
If you want to learn quickly and effectively then look no further! I am a patient and efficient teacher, with years of experience. We will develop a scheme of learning together to make sure you reach your goals, in the time that you would like. I have a degree in Psychology, meaning I understand how the brain best retains and recalls information.
My teaching method is a relaxed one and often very student led. No two young people are the same and so I teach to strengths whilst at the same time ensuring that there are no barriers to learning.
I like to take a question based approach, working on exam technique and picking apart problems into simple steps that can be repeated in any circumstances. Through my own experience, I've gathered an arsenal of techniques making seemingly daunting questions far simpler and really enjoy relaying these to others.
I have found the best way to teach people is to give examples and go through questions with the student. Then lots of practise to really nail each part and this helps to remember it. However, I am aware that many people learn in different ways and I am very capable of recognising this and adapting to the individual student.
Originally from South London, I specialise in core maths and stats at AS/A level. Will teach using examples and avoid using written lessons but to teach face to face or by video online and provide advice using personal experience be it how to cope with exams mentally, time management or motivation.
When tutoring I approach each topic by looking at the specification and what is needed of the student. I then try my best to explain the concept in the simplest form possible then build on that to make sure they fully understand the topic that they will be able to explain it themselves.
I'm a Bristol University student, studying mathematics, looking to provide tutoring for GCSE, A Level and secondary school students in mathematics. I have a passion for for both learning mathematics and teaching the subject. I have tutored students before in GCSE and A Level maths, and I like to think my teaching style is effective.
When I give lessons to students, I often start with their interests, and focus on the individual, creating magical experiences and encouraging them to face challenges. Teaching has shown me that every student is different, and that resilience as an educator is necessary to determine how best to help them improve and change their opinions about my subject.
I have always enjoyed Maths, and I see private tutoring as a great opportunity to pass on that enjoyment to others, whilst at the same time allowing them to improve their skills. In this way, I try to cater my teaching style to each student, in a manner that will keep it interesting for both of us every lesson.
My teaching methodology will be primarily homework based, so explaining the method to solving a problem and making sure the student understands the subject matter before heading back to school the next day.
I am a second year student at the University of Bristol. Through my lessons, I aim to build student's knowledge and ability but importantly to also help students gain confidence so that they can achieve top grades and be proud of the results they achieve.
I seek to help students understand the subject material for which they require tuition. Understanding is the key to learning and memorising subject matter. I have a patient, easy going and encouraging approach to help students learn on their own terms.
I am enthusiastic and understanding as a tutor, and find that my teaching techniques have been successful in the past, repeating similar questions on challenging topics and working stepwise through practice papers to prepare the student for their exams and aid them to feeling confident and ready.
- I'm a fairly laid back student who believes that repetition is the key to success. You don't practice until you get it right, but until you can't get it wrong. - I am happy to tailor each tutorial to the needs of the student but I will generally go through the theory of a given topic and then test it using past paper questions.
I am a 16 year old currently doing my PHD at MIT Ha just kidding My Name is Joel Kirby I am a 16 year old with predicted 9 student with great verbal and teaching skills. I personally think that it is easier to learn from someone your own age since they understand how our minds look and decipher problems.
Prior to the tutorial I will get in contact with the student/parent asking them what topics they would like covered in the upcoming tutorial. I will use this information to carefully structure the tutorial. I will start by introducing the topic and explaining the concept using appropriate tools such as visuals, examples etc.
I listen to what my student needs, how he or she likes to work and adapt to this. Usually, I prepare lessons on certain topics and then go through both rules and exercises during the lesson. If possible, I give them homework to make lessons more productive. I also help with school homework and prepare my students for their exams.
I believe every student has a different approach to studying and understanding new concepts. As a tutor, it is my responsibility to figure those out and adapt my teaching style to the student. I hence tend to gauge the student's background knowledge. For example, when going through a mock exam or a past paper with a student, I first ask which questions they need help with.
I prefer to tutor one to one and I am able to take pupils who are either taking GCSE's or A-levels as well as in early secondary school. My best way of teaching is to see how the pupils will respond to maths puzzles and questions as well as me teaching them the topic at the level of detail required.
I am a Software Eng. with a Ph.D. in maths. I give lessons mainly to University students that need help in any subject that involves maths. When a student can't solve an exercise, I try to understand the student's gaps and in order to fill the gaps I approach firstly really simple examples and then more complicated one so that the student is able to well understand and solve the exercise concerned.
I like to tailor my approach to students depending on their learning styles. The first session gives me a chance to go over the topic with the student to see which areas we need to focus on, to learn how they enjoy learning and to understand their ability to pay attention.
I am currently training to be a mathematics teacher and looking to gain experience teaching a range of children from key stage 2-4. Working face to face with them, ensuring they understand mathematics, preparing them for exams, coursework and homework.
My teaching method includes going over many past paper questions as I truly believe this is the most efficient way to understand mathematical methods. I will analyze a student's weaknesses and aim to improve them inside and outside of tutoring hours.
My name is Marco Carobene and I am a Second Year Mathematics BSc Student at King's College London. I have a lot of experience tutoring maths students at AS and A2 Level, and have recently started online tutoring also. I generally do my tutoring via Skype, using the aid of an onscreen whiteboard, but remain completely open to requests in terms of how you would prefer to be taught.
I recently graduate with a First Class MSci Physics with Astrophysics from the University of Glasgow. I have a thorough knowledge of a wide variety of fields in physics, as well as the mathematical techniques that come with them. I'm very friendly, down to earth and patient. I only recently finished my university exams, so I can understand the stress and problems that can come from studying.
-I teach lessons to GCSE and A-level students. -Topic explanations and conceptual understanding aim to first be met in lessons through visualization diagrams followed by examples of their applications in real life and finishing off with some example past paper questions. -I rely on making sure students gain a deep understanding of concepts rather than regurgitating notes and equations.
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