My approach toward teaching maths is to first browse the topics the student is currently covering at school and identify any particular areas they may be struggling with. Once we've identified these potential problem areas, we can then work through them by using examples to solve them together to build confidence so the student feels able to tackle these problems individually.
Im a Maths university student looking to teach primary school to alevel students. I believe a student learns Maths the best by understanding what the theorms mean rather than memorising methods.
I'm a university math student who gives lessons to students upto grade 9 With my students I work on making their mathematical foundation strong and by eliminating the gaps of their subject knowledge. I try to develop the student further by giving him extra practice that will make he/she much better at the subject and further teaching the student on how to apply the knowledge.
STATISTICS: statistical assistance with theses (B.A., B.Sc., M.A., MSc, PhD), dissertations as well as scientific (for example: statistics, sociology, psychology, education, economy, econometrics, finance) and business projects SPSS, R, RStudio, SAS, Excel Hypothesis testing, nonparametric tests, p-value. Normal, binomial, chi-square, F, Poisson and other distributions.
Hello, my name is Naeem. I am an enthusiastic, experienced, honest and hardworking personal tutor, catering for students for Physics and Maths to GCSE, IGCSE, IB, Pre-U, A-level for all exam boards. Currently I am Physics Consultant lecturer at Imperial West Academy UK and working as freelance Maths/ Physics Tutor.
I am a recent graduate of the University of Exeter I have obtained a 2:1 in History and Ancient History with Study Abroad in Germany. My A Levels were History, English Literature and Mathematics, in all of which I attained 3 A grades. I feel that I am qualified to help with History to degree level, as well as English Literature, I studied English when I was completing my year abroad in Germany.
Teach students quick ways to learn concepts by offering cheat methods, whilst still being able to get full marks on a paper. Has been successful for myself so I try to offer a better perspective of the subject as I am younger. Am the most friendly person you will meet and will make the lessons fun and enjoyable.
My preferred teaching method reflects that of how I teach myself content, very structured and planned, which has been extremely successful at university so far. Preferably there is a plan of what to achieve and continuation is dependent on the achievement of objectives.
My name is Amisha and I am an A Level Student studying Maths. I have received A grades in GCSE Maths, Further Maths and AS Level Maths so far. I am willing to spend the time to allow a person to understand a topic fully, as I have done so in the past and been told about my good teaching skills.
I'm currently studying Mathematics, History and Psychology at College, but after completing a GCSE in both Mathematics and Physics I know the subjects well. My lessons will consist of ensuring the student understands what they have learnt in lessons and to excel this learning to their maximum potential in preparation for any exams or end of year tests they have coming up.
My teaching method is adaptable, based on the level of the student and the way they learn. This includes working through problems together, assigning tasks and talking through problems, and setting individual work which will be marked. I believe students should first learn how to do a problem, then go through a problem with someone, then do the problem themselves, then explain it to the tutor.
I love to teach my learners by using a lot of examples. I design my lessons based on the abilities and needs of my students, which brings out their full potential. I like helping learners to achieve success and this gives me great satisfaction.
I tailor my approach to each student. I make sure to communicate with the student and their parent before we start tutoring. I make sure to understand what level they are at, what they enjoy and what they struggle at. Ideally, I like the student to take responsibility for leading what we will learn as it encourages them to be active learners.
I always give interesting examples to students to get them to the topic of the day. I am patient and listen to all students and clear their doubts. I never leave my weak students alone. I take all students with me.
My teaching method is simple. It starts with the building of key principles and knowledge of the basics, moving on to worked examples of questions of varying difficulty. After the aforementioned is mastered, then timed exam style questions with be practised.
Easy to follow a well structured and detailed explanations of topics, making sure they are well understood. I am able to provide creative insights and knowledge so that you feel more confident and assured for tackling any problems that you face.
I am currently an A-level student, taking maths, biology, chemistry and psychology. I've done my GCSE's and i got a 9 in the Maths GCSE and an A* in Further Maths. I am willing to tutor younger kids with basic maths, or even GCSE students as i have recently gone through what they will be going through, and therefore i can relate to them and try and help out as much as possible.
I am a 20 years old cellist and A Level maths student, tutoring Music, Spanish and Maths subjects in London to Primary, Secundary and GCSE pupils. I like first knowing what the student's weaknesses are by giving a simple test in the first lesson, followed by my feedback. We will be going through the topics where the difficulties appear to be, with examples and excercises.
Hi! My name is Kiran and I teach students aged 5-16 in Maths and English. I got 4A*'s, 6A's and 2B's in my GCSE's and AAB at A level. I will be starting an undergraduate degree at UCL. I have a wealth of experience in teaching as well as tutoring. I engage my students through several fun activities throughout the lesson and ensure their homework results in further progress.
Teaching method is based on giving focused past paper questions to the student, covering topics of the students choosing, and then reviewing the worked solutions step-by-step to help improve the student's approach to questions. The solutions can then be linked back to the theory in order to solidify the student's understanding of the topic.
I'm very easy going and fun to learn with because I believe there are different ways to teach every student. I learn best through sounds and visuals.
My methodology is to break the topic into small manageable chunks to make it more accessible to the students. I love teaching A-level maths and it is my biggest satisfaction to see my students understand the different topics in Maths and develop the love for the subject.
I focus my attention on the student's skills to target my classes on those. I usually go through the theoretical parts with the student to make sure he/she got the principles and then we apply those by doing practical exercises. If the student has specific needs or preferences, I can change the structure of the class accordingly.
Specialize in breaking ideas down and stepping it out so people can slowly grasp the harder concept easier. I like to teach the basic facts and rules, then we work together to apply them to each individual situation and then relate that back to an everyday example so it is easier to remember.
Using systematic methods to approach various questions. Aid students to notice different problems that can easily be solved once noticed. Easy to read revision material to understand methodologies off by heart. Identify areas that need most attention to. Looking at past exam papers, seeing the questions (identifying a pattern).
The students that I teach can start at a range of different levels. Currently I am only teaching GCSE and below. As long as you're eager I am always willing to go the extra mile in order to ensure that you understand the topic at hand.
I give lessons to anyone struggling in mathematics up to GCSEs. Having only recently finished school, I understand the pressure which piles and can help alleviate it while boosting your marks at the same time. I believe in teaching the subject in-depth rather than superficially. I am passionate about reducing academic inequalities and willing to go the extra mile to ensure fairness for all pupils.
Being a student myself, I have first-hand experience of what is necessary to succeed at GCSE's and A-levels (or equivalents) having gone through the process recently, which other teachers may not have.
Having been around children my whole life, I know how to motivate and keep the interest going. I understand the different ability each person has and how to put the best possible work structure into place. I am here to help each and every person I work with and I strongly believe that improvement and confidence will be seen very quickly.
I can teach based on any student's needs. Will approach the problem from the students point of view. I love math and you can see the enthusiasm in my work. Every student can learn math if he or she is approached in the right way. Students sometimes feel uncomfortable when they are compared with others at school and this can be the reason they do not like the subject.
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