I think how you structure the lessons largely has to depend on the age of the student. For students with important standardised tests coming up I have found it most effective to work through past papers and look at strategies of how to complete the test and the types of questions they will ask.
I am a passionate and enthusiastic university student and greatly enjoy helping others to achieve the best possible understanding and performance in mathematics. Having taught gymnastics to children between the ages of 2 and 15 for the past few years I have a good understanding of communication with children and how to cater each lesson to the individual.
My teaching is oriented towards making my students think critically and learn the essential maths concepts and their relevance. I concentrate onproviding flexible teaching concentrated on the individual strengths of my tutees as opposed to using a single model for all.
I can teach anything up to A-Level maths. If local, I can give lessons in person, otherwise I can give lessons online. I have mentored each level of maths before and have helped people boost their grades. Content of lessons varies based on topic but gives time for student to ask questions and for them to try out the content.
I like to teach using a variety of methods, tending to find the way that best suits a student. The best way of learning is by feeling relaxed and comfortable and I feel that is important to the learning process.
I find the best way to learn mathematics is through interesting examples and practise. I also believe it's important for a student to understand why the maths being taught is fascinating and how it can have useful applications in the future, as this often helps motivation. I am able to travel around Exeter to provide tutoring or can offer online lessons if preferred.
Vietnamese Tutor in Maths for GCSE and A level students. Lession's topics change weekly with minimum one test per week. My method which give me many successful prizes is investing time into one area to be nearly comprehensive before turning into new one. To me, math is not much of theory but more on practices. The more exercises you do, the better you are. Only hard-work pays off.
Having achieved good grades all the way through school, including passing the 11+, I am now a student at Exeter university. I want to pass all my experience to other students going through stressful exams currently. I will lay out a lesson-by-lesson structure and I'm very enthusiastic and patient tutor.
I am currently rounding up a masters degree in Mathematics at the University of Exeter. I have taught Mathematics at a private boarding school I have also provided private lessons and tuitions for students in primary and secondary school, at AS and A Levels.
I teach all kind of subjects related with math in primary and secondary level, as well as Spanish language. I have good experience with students from 10 to 17, with good results in many areas of study specially maths. In addition I can deal with more subjects if required.
I intend to give lessons to any student from primary school up until GCSE level. I teach Mathematics, Oral English, Accounting and Finance and am also able to give lessons for students that need help with CFA Level 1 excluding Fixed Income and Economics and ACCA papers F7 and F9.
I very much tailor my teaching style to the students I'm teaching. I normally like to take a practical, example-based, method to teaching.
I am an undergraduate mathematics student, I've taught GCSE mathematics helping students from a B/C to an A. I find using one to one sessions, repetitive theory revision and exam questions to be the most effective. I am very patient and believe in my students.
I have a comprehensive understanding of all Maths up to A-level having achieved an A* and an A in Maths and Further Maths respectively. I bring a considerate approach to tutoring - judging your level of skill within a subject and being able to tailor your experience just for you.
My name is Nathan and I am a friendly student in the process of completing a PhD Mathematics degree at the University of Exeter, having also obtained MSci Mathematics degree with first class honours in 2013.
I am currently an undergraduate at the University of Exeter pursing a Masters in Physics. Lessons will typically consist of worked examples and exam preparation, I believe in adapting each lesson to suite each individual to cover any weaknesses and reinforce strongpoints.
Hey! I recently completed my BSc Mathematics and Statistics degree at Plymouth University.
I have recently graduated from the University of Exeter obtaining a 2.1 in MSci Mathematics with Business and Finance. I'm willing to tutor up to A-Level and help pass on my skills and techniques whether possible.
My teaching method is very logical, much like the subject I wish to teach! I stick to the syllabus that you will be assessed on, beginning with the basics so you start with a solid understanding and then going into more detail to ensure you thoroughly grasp all the key concepts.
Need summer support in maths, physics, and computer science for your GCSE or A levels? I am a student at Exeter Mathematics School hoping to study mathematics and physics at Manchester or Bristol in the summer.
My teaching method is helping the student(s) through past papers and practice questions, and then focusing on key areas to develop. I give lessons to GCSE and A-Level students. I try to empathise with the student and take great pride in seeing them learn new things and develop key ideas.
feel comfortable and engage mind into learning. show learning intention( reason why we are learning it) and how it fits in the big picture of KUSQ (knowledge,Understanding, skills and Qualifications) See simple clear example/s (resource/s chunked up) , understand how it works (modelling)...
My lessons are based around a students individual needs. A student will discuss with me what they require support with and I will go on a back to basics method to give me some knowledge of where the student is and guide them through the gaps needed to learn in order to succeed.
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