I like to be flexible with my students, understand the best method they’d like to learn in, as I am adaptable myself.
I can teach both over Skype or in person, depending on the needs of the student. I try to establish a strong relationship with my students to create a comfortable atmosphere in which they feel comfortable asking questions.
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.
I am offering maths lessons for GCSE and A-Level students. I am very patient with my students, and I make sure they understand all the steps in each maths subject. I tend to focus on the subjects the student struggles with and simplify their approach.
At the first meeting, with the prospective pupil and parents, I establish a working relationship between the three parties to a positive outcome for the pupil. I try to get a general idea of the pupil's ability and aspirations. This enables me to plan a programme of tuition.
I became a teacher in my fifties and find that I far prefer to tutor rather than teach in a school. I am therefore a full time tutor in maths and physics. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, GCSE Science - Tell me about your qualifications.
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.
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.
I love Maths and I like to make that passion infectious. I work with students of all abilities to create a personal plan which builds confidence and stretches ability. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics and Further Mathematics and equivalent. I also help undergraduates with their Mathematics. - Tell me about your qualifications. MA in Mathematics and Business Studies from Cambridge.
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.
My teaching method would be to start with the theory behind a particular idea followed by examples and questions as in maths the easiest way to learn is by doing. Always open to feedback from individuals to make improvements.
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.
I am an eager A-Level student going on to study engineering at university. I give lessons to students up to, and including, GCSE level standard and aim to make lessons as clear and as catered to the student as possible.
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.
I believe that lessons need to be tailored to suit a students particular needs, so in the first couple of lessons I try to evaluate the level of the student of what specific topics they need to work on. I regularly go through exam questions so that students are more capable and confident when they take their exam.
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.
I truly believe in the importance of showing how maths, which appears to many students as a conceptual subject, is so relevant in our day to day lives. I think this is the best way to help inspire an interest in a subject with a keystone in academia.
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.
My teaching method would depend on your specific aims as a student, but there are a few general principles that I follow. In our first lesson, I would look to get an idea of your current level by talking to you about your experience with maths and getting you to informally talk me through a couple of questions.
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 prefer to teach one-to-one and offer a methodical approach, tackling a students weaker areas first. I like to go through problem questions to ensure a thorough understanding of a topic and offer my tips and advice on how I tackled these areas.
I prepare materials which engage students to learn, practice and set regular homework. I also practice exam styled questions and help to achieve the highest marks as well as marking essays. My teaching style is quite engaged and personalised to the student, identifying what their needs are and how to improve their confidence in that subject is a skill I have ameliorated.
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.
As I have worked with many people, who all learn differently, I have learnt to change my teaching methodology based on the student. For example with one student I will draw up a diagram explaining a math problem and with another I will simply be able to verbally explain why different steps are necessary.
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.
I base my lessons on understanding of the fundamental concepts followed by doing practice questions and then questions that the students will complete by themselves at first, in order to exercise the skills and materials covered. They then will be aided on where they struggled and their mistakes corrected so they know where they went wrong and what to do next time. They are fully supported.
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.
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